Thanks @marquizzo, that’s very well put.
We’re not puritans here, but we are a space of public discourse, and we do need to balance the needs of all of our users. That includes people who use three.js for things like sex toy generators, or VR porn, and also people who use three.js for educating children.
That doesn’t mean that we need to pretend sex doesn’t exist. It does mean that we need to treat it carefully, make sure that discussion is respectful, and avoid explicit imagery, both here and in sites linked from here.
Personally, I’m OK with this being here since the site is pretty tame and respectful, and, again personally, I don’t count photos of plastic toys as explicit - they are tamer than what you could walk past in a shop window on any European high street. However, I am just one person on a team of moderators and we will consider all feedback that we receive on this.
With all that said, our primary goal on this forum is to discuss the technicalities of using three.js to display 3D on the web, not to test the limits of public discourse. Any posts, and any users, that the moderator team thinks are disrupting that goal will be removed immediately. If you ever feel we’ve decided incorrectly feel free to message @moderators and we’ll discuss the decision privately.