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Allow adult content

While most of what is listed for Sims 4 sounds good, I'm not happy about this part:
Safe & Simsy
All the content on CurseForge meets guidelines created in partnership with The Sims 4 team and is clean of violence, nudity, etc.

Sure, not all Simmers play with Wicked Whims and such, but a good amount of us do, not to mention the violence mods, and you're basically taking that away? Why not put in a way for a player to add their real life ID to their account, so they can still access adult content? It was possible 10+ years ago on IMVU, so it should be available now, too. Even if a simmer needs to pay a few bucks to do it, it's better than losing our mods completely, especially if we won't be able to have mods WITHOUT the new launcher.

  • Elizabeth Voorheis
  • Nov 14 2022
  • Not planned
  • Nov 24, 2022

    Admin response

    CurseForge is working according to EA's moderation guidelines which state that adult content is not allowed on the platform, therefore, it is not planned to allow such content to be submitted.

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  • Connar Perry commented
    20 Jan 12:04pm

    No one is taking anything away, you can still install those mods and curse's launcher will recognize them, however you must manually place them into your mods folder your self. Better still just dont use the launcher, problem solved.

    The thing is just because someone may be below the age of 18 that doesn't make them any less intelligent, They will always find a work-around if they want it bad enough, paywall or no paywall. Not only that its a pg 13 game, you have to think about the impression that gives other companies when they see you openly alow that on your platform.