Wikipedia talk:Sexual content

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Let's keep it as an essay this time[edit]

Back in 2008 when this proposal was rejected for a first time, I decided that the best use of this page title was an informative essay on Wikipedia best practices on sexual content. Now that a second proposal was made and rejected, I decided to once more turn it back into an essay. I think this is the best choice — rather than dictate new, redundant, or contradictory rules on sexual content, we can use this essay to document existing practices and philosophies in a central place. It achieves the goal of a sexual content policy: describing (rather than prescribing) best practice without the fuss of deciding if there is consensus for a policy. Thus, we should lay off the sexual content policy proposals unless a new argument can be made for one. (To that end, I have included a section in the essay on why recommendations for a policy have been rejected.) hare j 07:43, 5 July 2011 (UTC)

Freedom of speech = New WikiProject[edit]

Hi there, I'm notifying this essay talk page due to its relevance to Freedom of speech. I've recently gone ahead and created WP:WikiProject Freedom of speech. If you're interested, here are some easy things you can do:

  1. List yourself as a participant in the WikiProject, by adding your username here: Wikipedia:WikiProject_Freedom_of_speech#Participants.
  2. Add userbox {{User Freedom of speech}} to your userpage, which lists you as a member of the WikiProject.
  3. Tag relevant talk pages of articles and other relevant pages using {{WikiProject Freedom of speech}}.
  4. Join in discussion at Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Freedom of speech.
  5. Notify others you think might be interested in Freedom of speech to join the WikiProject.

Thank you for your interest in Freedom of speech, — Cirt (talk) 03:20, 26 October 2012 (UTC)