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'Obscene' furry work banned from

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A Dragon's Poison, a erotic work by Roland Giscard sold until recently on, has been withdrawn by the on-demand publisher due to 'obscenity'.

The author said that 30 digital downloads of the 164-page novel were sold.

According to Kamicheetah, several other artists have similar material on Lulu.

The company's member agreement forbids material that is:

unlawful, obscene, defamatory, pornographic, harassing, threatening, harmful, invasive of privacy or publicity rights, abusive, inflammatory, or otherwise objectionable.

Roland later reported that Lulu had agreed to pay royalties for sold copies. The company did not respond to a press inquiry sent Friday morning.


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Well, they at least sound more consistent and fair than Paypal in revoking accounts. As far as I'm concerned, that's the gold standard of arbitrary.

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