Profanity in content

I think it’s okay to use profanity to a point. Like, I use profanity in a lot of what I do, by I moderate how much I use so that I don’t offend people. So, I’ll probably use it in my content just because that’s who I am, and if people don’t like it, then that’s not something I’m going to change about me for them.

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If you’re family friendly, you shouldn’t you profanity especially to get your point across. I would use profanity on v2 since I want to do comedy

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It’s like a lightning strike, sometimes it’s used to get the point across, for some people’s sense of humour it just works, if a user doesn’t want to see someone’s art with profanity they can simply block the other user or use the “Nope” feature that is going to Ben implemented

It really depends on your content. I don’t think there should be any ban on profanity but a restricted mode is fine. And those of us who use profanity in their content just have to realize their content won’t, in theory, be seen by those in restricted mode. If cursing is true to you and your style, go with it.

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i use profanity in my content because my content is for a specific audience that is profane. my content would suck if i wasnt profane.

I created a thread with discussion about age restrictions/family-friendly content a few days ago here.

Definitely worth checking out, quite a few quality answers on there! :smile:

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I honestly don’t think profanity is an issue as long as it doesn’t involve racial slurs. The original vine seemed to function fine with profanity and honestly made some vines far more iconic.

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if this app is going to work, it will include profanity. most consumers will not be attracted to a profanity-censored app

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yes what ricky said

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Completely agree with you.

I don’t because I see no point. I’m not trying to appeal to a different audience, but I just don’t swear because it doesn’t make sense for me to do it. I understand why other people do it, and sometimes it makes it funnier. It’s really a matter of if it’s needed

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I do but I also don’t think children need to be on the internet.

its gonna be hard af trying not to curse tbh haha, especially when its not in context

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Some of the most iconic vines have profanity in them, especially the “what the Fuck is up Kyle?” Vine. All what, we wait and see

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I think half the vines you would find in a compilation would include some profanity, I feel like that can add some humor to it, I don’t know. I don’t think v2 will be the same with big restrictions.

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A lot of popular vines have profanity. Whether you use it or not, it’s mostly the content of the video itself that matters.

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I don’t think profanity should be “banned” per say, but it shouldn’t be encouraged either. As with life, some people curse and others don’t. Which is how I imagine content on v2 being. Some posts may curse while others don’t, as long as there are no “threats” or “offensive” terms used I don’t think a curse word every now and then should cause a big problem.

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profanity is great; especially when it is used to humor people. sure, it is not appropriate for children, but we can’t really do anything about it; its the internet! the internet is not exclusively for kids, its a place for everyone. censorship of words actually kind of makes children want to use these words more ! lol idk just my opinion :)))

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I think there should be a button that lets your post have a warning that there is profanity or filter itself from younger or certain audiences before posting (same could work for NSFW posts)

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I don’t go out of my way to purposely use profanity, but I do occasionally use it in some of my sketches. I always bleep my curse words though. I actually think the videos are funnier that way…but that’s just me.