Please refer to the IMVU Community Guidelines for any user behavior and non-product content policies.Rating standards apply differently to virtual products that a IMVU customer may consume via his/her avatar versus content he/she may view or refer to.Kids can block an offensive chat buddy, but there is no chat filter to prevent them from being exposed to profanity or sexually explicit conversation, or keep them from giving out personally identifying information.If a player wants to get to know his chat partner better, he can visit their IMVU homepage which is unmonitored for age-inappropriate content.As IMVU players chat, they can also make their avatars interact.Among more innocent activities, avatars can kiss, cuddle, and make out with each other (with a credit card, you can purchase a “mature access” pass where they can actually simulate sexual activity.) If 13 sounds a little young to be engaging in this kind of virtual world, you’re not alone.The purpose of this policy is to lay out a framework for acceptable virtual goods, submitted and/or either sold or distributed via the IMVU catalog.
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