Author has written 2 stories for Dragon Ball Z.
While I do not agree with the policies of this site, I acknowledge that I am not in a position to alter them. I am certainly entitled to object to them, just as surely as the administrators are entitled to enforce them, and originally I was of the mind to simply remove all of my fan fiction and close my account to transfer to other sites as a way of protesting what I personally feel to be an unreasonable form of censorship. However, I began learning to write here and I have had the privilege of encountering many kind people who have helped me to grow, or provided me with the encouragement to continue. As much as a part of me would like to simply pack up and move on to other locations on-line to express the full degree of my disapproval, I find that while I do not care for this site's restrictions on what is to most writers a very personal matter of judging what constitutes as appropriate content in their written material, I most certainly do care for its community.
Therefore, I will abide by the rules and guidelines in place, with the addendum that the uninhibited, unedited versions of my fan fiction will be posted elsewhere on sites that choose to make the necessary adjustments to enable its members to more freely pursue their creative endeavors. Any fan fiction posted under this account with a rating of M will be made to comply with the regulations determined by the administrators, or will be posted elsewhere in the event that I feel altering the content would compromise the integrity of the work as a whole. Finally, works of mine that already fall under the rating systems K-T and require no censorship will most likely be posted under my account here, as I can only assume that the restrictions are indicative of an unwillingness on the parts of the administrators to go to the trouble of adopting the legal compliances required to make MA material acceptable to write for its members here (having hosted a few sites that allow adult content I can attest to the fact that only a few simple procedures are involved to meet the compliance laws that allow administrators to exempt themselves of legal responsibility), or a testament to the personal sensibilities and preferences of the administrators.
Regardless, my current unfinished fan fiction and new works will be posted here, and the unabridged versions can be found on that "other" MA friendly (dot) net site quite a few of us know and love so well, in addition to several other sites that will be referenced once I have gotten the ball rolling again. Those who have me on alert will know when that is, and those who do not can always contact me for updates on my progress or information regarding where else I can be found. I am still frequently busy (my University studies do continue and I'm at a point in my life where I'm aware that several big, but anticipated changes are going to happen without quite knowing when they will), but I do plan to try to make more time for writing again. Thank you for all of your support and interest, and I hope to reward that with something truly worthy of your time.
P.S. Also, it has come to my attention that what seems to be an anonymous little troll under the name thepublicwish has been threatening various authors on this site who have not been able to update frequently with cowardly little reviews that state that "in the interest of the public" they will be hijacking these author's stories and continuing them at their leisure. To this person or person/s I will say that if you're not a troll and this is a case of misguided "good intentions," then I will remind you "...the pathway to hell is paved with good intentions" etc. etc., and if this is a case of obvious trolling/ignorance: Back-The-Fuck-Off. Period. It's not your business, nor the business of the "public," to decide that plagiarism (and yes, hijacking another author's fan fiction does fall into the category of blatent plagiarism without obtaining permission from said author and providing a disclaimer that credits said author) is suddenly an acceptable practice.
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