I'm asking about 'what level of NSFW isn't allowed' outside the 18+ content, because while I don't do it often, I may do things like make an NSFW joke about a topic somewhere that isn't the 18+ forum--I'm asking to know what level of thing should be spoilered. I pretty much never go in the 18+ area these days. doesn't mean I never in my entire life say something that might be kinda NSFW, or that other people always make every single post that might be viewed as NSFW in the 18+ area. like, yes, presumably in-depth discussion of sex and stuff would go in the 18+ area, but sometimes a person might make an NSFW joke because it fits the topic at hand in a different thread--I want to know what things are likely to need to be spoilered, even though I will typically err on the side of caution with spoilering things. also, as one of two people who has expressed having brainbugs like that, I'm not asking for clear perfect guidelines. I'm asking for some idea of what is and is not a thing that should be spoilered in certain cases. I realize judgment may vary but I need a groundwork to build upon and I didn't see that. the flowchart is a pretty good start, I think, but I and the other person who expressed that brainbug problem haven't asked for perfect guidelines, if I'm not mistaken--just something to start from. (I don't think CT has expressed having these brainbugs, I apologize if I'm wrong.) if I don't have a clear basic idea of what is and is not acceptable in general, it's a bad time for me! and just because the brainbugs are a personal issue doesn't mean I am not allowed to request a reasonable basic set of guidelines to help me minimize the brainbugs? .....I am having a problem here, namely: CT is the only one asking for perfect guidelines as it is, and CT has not expressed having these brainbugs to my knowledge. the only people who have openly expressed this, me and someone else, have not, to my knowledge, requested perfect guidelines. it is making me feel a bit like you are putting words in my mouth, a thing I have major problems with and do not appreciate. I am also slightly peeved by "sounds like your problem" because....yeah, but it can be helped by other people doing a thing? and the wording of "sounds like a personal problem" makes me feel....dismissed, in the sense of 'yeah but that's a YOU issue, so why should we do anything about it at all', and perhaps that's not the reading you intended but it is very much how it's coming across for me.