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September 28, 2018


Forest Hill discusses issues of childhood, childhood sexuality, abuse, and neglect. As such, this comic contains topics and elements not suitable for children, but at the same time, they are topics and elements they should be completely made aware of. Thus, I recommend Parental Guidance not just as a measure of whether the comic is suitable for a child to read, but whether it can also be a catalyst of discussion between parent and child. As such—while I do intend to artistically censor certain aspects—I have no intention to dumb down the topics, or talk down to the audience.

This comic contains nudity and sexual situations to various degrees. It is my intention to keep the comic informative and in a positive direction, so frontal nudity (including naughty bits) and depictions of sexual behaviors may be shown from time to time; however, sexual behaviors that are not generally considered socially positive, healthy, or acceptable will be artistically censored in some way, depending on the situation. As my readers come from various backgrounds, it is to be expected that people will have various definitions of what this means, but the general idea is that that the more violent these behaviors are, the more likely they are to be censored, but don’t expect things to censored entirely, as that would be a grave injustice and defy the message of the comic.