Content and Consent Standard #1
Relevant Documents: Content and Consent ToolKit
Required Score to Pass: 80%
Prestige Reward: 100G
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- In your own words, what is the definition of “consent”?
- In your own words, what is the definition of “IC sexuality”?
- How do you opt out of a scene?
- What is the default content classification for Canada at Midnight games?
- Name four examples of things Standard Content games can reasonably be expected to contain.
- What are the main differences between Standard Content and General Admittance games?
- X-rated Content Games allow for any content except where prohibited by law. Do normal consent mechanics and policies apply at X-rated games?
- There are five rules that people who want to explore contentious content at game must follow. What are they? (1 mark, any incorrect answer is worth 0)
- Affirmative consent must be negotiated with all participants in any scene involving three main categories of content. What are these three things? (1 mark, any incorrect answer is worth 0)
- A member wishes to lower the intensity of a scene below the norm for a standard content game. Are participants obligated to do so?
- Can a member opt out if they feel uncomfortable with particular pieces of Standard Content?
- How do you use the OK Check In mechanic? What are the three responses that you can receive, and what should you do in each case? (3 marks)
- Member A’s character wishes to kiss Member B’s character in game, using a kiss between the players (as opposed to a narrated kiss). Member A wishes to negotiate consent because this is IC sexuality. In your own words, how should they do this? (5 marks; an answer that is not acceptable and does not demonstrate the appropriate knowledge is worth 0)