Content Information and Ratings
Well, Kojumi is not intended for smaller children. We use mild language most places
and don’t want little kids seeing that. There is a strict no nudity policy. We also support anti-racism and anti-sexism.
We only use words such as the a, d, h, and occasionally the b word. But, it’s
not out of control and constant. We hardly ever use the f or s word. In videos (such as our chats), these two words are beeped
out one way or another. But, the words have no censor in manga or fiction, not that they appear in every fiction or manga
we have. Anything with any type of bad language are marked with the signs under the headline “Signs”. They indicate
how bad the language content is.
None of our storylines involve anything sexual or racist. We keep them as clean
as possible. We have ratings to sort bad from good. The ratings are explained below.
We have no nudity in our visual content. Obscene gestures can be found in select
things. We host nothing too bad. A character flicking someone off here, a guy being a perv there. And I repeat: there is not
too much of this. It is rare to find it. If it’s there, it will be marked with a Visual content rating explained below.
These are ratings that say what Kojumi gives something (like Y+, 10+, etc.).
They are to let you know how Kojumi thinks the content should be rated.
Language Ratings: The lightest
of the rating bars, language ratings are always at the top of the page. They go from clean, to mild, to bad.
Storyline Content Ratings: Slightly
darker than the language bars, storyline bars are located directly beneath them and rate how bad the storyline of something
is. It goes from clean, to mild, to bad.
Visual Content Ratings: Following
the darker-as-they-go pattern, these ratings are second darkest. They say how bad images are. They go from no images available,
to clean, to mild, to bad.
Kojumi Ratings: The darkest of the ratings
and the last one listed, Kojumi ratings rate how Kojumi sees the content to be. They go from Youth and up, to 10+, to T (13+),
to OT (Older Teen, 16+).