It's been brought to my attention that people aren't fully happy that this wiki hosts scenes with both male and female victims. Let me say that it is my opinion that this is the ASFR Wiki, not the female ASFR wiki or the male ASFR wiki, and so as a database of ASFR scenes, this should be host to scenes that appeal to many different kinds of people.
With that being said, I have actually coded a change to the wiki's gallery pages that should help alleviate the situation a bit. My original goal was to add pages to a Male category and a Female category, and then add sections to pre-existing category pages (such as Statues) that showed a list of female scenes, a list of male scenes, a list of both, and a list of neither/uncategorized/does not …Read more >
First of all, sorry for my inactivity. I have been very busy over the past few months getting my footing IRL and making artwork so I haven't had time to go hunting for scenes to put on here. I'd like to thank everyone for keeping this place at least somewhat active while I've been gone. I'll try to contribute more often if possible.
Now to the main point of this post: I've noticed in the past where we've had articles that offered little more than a quick note on what a scene was but with no pictures or anything. I've also ran into situations myself where I know a scene exists but I can't add it because I don't have enough information myself. So, I'm thinking about starting a leads page where we can list shows/episodes/comics/volumes t…
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I've been busy making updates to older articles, but I'm going to need some help. I've been going through articles and categorizing them as stubs. You can easily tell if a page is a stub if you scroll to the bottom and see this image:
So, let's try to get as much info on these stubs as possible. You can check out which articles are marked as stubs at category:Article_stubs. You can follow the directions on that page to mark articles as stubs. To remove the stub marker on an article, you can either search for the little puzzle piece in the article that signifies the stub (mouse over it) in visual mode, or you can simply delete the code in source mode that makes it a stub.
There's also articles with low resolution photos which I've marked…
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