No, U-18Chan is actually named after the U boat of the same name from The Great War. Child pornography is not allowed here. You need help, sick bastard.
No, the 'pawstika' seen around the site is the adopted symbol of the Aurorafurries, the group who created this site. U-18Chan is not based on any political or moral basis. Our staff all have their own perspective of these types of things.
Besides the focus on images, image boards are very well known for their use of anonymity when posting. You do not have to sign up or register. Instead, you simply post with whatever name you choose. You can use tripcodes to help identify yourself if you wish. Currently, there is nowhere to sign up on U-18Chan, so all features may be used by guests and returning visitors alike.
Scroll to the bottom of this page for a list of all our current features or check out the site guide.
If the post was made on an inappropriate board, a staff member has most likely moved it to a more appropriate one.
If something does not fit an existing category, please double check the image posting guidelines to be sure. If something still does not fit an existing category, please double check the image posting guidelines as the sections with "anything that isn't covered by another board" should really answer your question.
No, but this is an understandable mistake. Please review our image posting guidelines.
No, you are stupid. We have not bothered to do this, since we would then have lesbians and gays on the same board even though they do not appeal to each other, and we'd have to move a lot of stuff around. We also fear change.
No, not if you don't want everyone to hate you forever. If you have a lot of this theme of image, post it in the most appropriate board and ask people to join in. If you have little or no images, or the theme does not fit any of the existing boards, post your request on our Request & Source board. Do not make the same request on multiple boards.
Once a request is filled on Requests & Source, it is given roughly 24 hours before a staff member moves it to an appropriate board, if one exists. This is for organizational purposes.
You've got to be kidding me. I've been further even more decided [DATA EXPUNGED]
Don't believe everything you read on the Internet. If you are genuinely interested in this site's history, or want to know what part we may have had in an event, either make a thread asking on Lounge, send us an email, or come and have a friendly chat in here.
The United Kingdom laws, and hence our rules, are targeted at depictions of animals engaging in sexual acts with humans. Although Furries (some more than others) have animal characteristics, they are fictional. Ferals engaging with furries is a gray area that we allow to pe posted only in the basement Feral board. But absolutely no beastiality nor any drawings of human with ferals will be tolerated and will result in a ban.
It is against the law, not the rules. Our server is hosted in the United Kingdom, so we will abide by the laws there. U-18Chan has no official stand on this subject. The opinions of individual staff members does not reflect on this website. Also, YOU are stupid.
Yes but do not post it outside of the Cub board. Regardless of whatever you think or have heard, we here at U-18Chan describe cub as furries with the visual age of babies or toddlers. Staff members will use their own judgment if material if this nature is in question.
No. If something is not allowed on U-18Chan, it will be stated in the rules. If anyone tells you otherwise then they are a filthy liar, or mentally impaired. If it is the latter, please be nice to them. Retards have feelings too.
All image boards are equipped with the ability to use what are called 'trip codes'. If you place a "#" character after your name, followed by any combination of characters you can remember, just like a password, then when you post a series of characters generated by the board software in a slightly different font. The same set of characters will appear every time you use your trip code on any image board. This is the most common way of identifying that you are the same person. You can also use a 'secure tripcode' by using two "#" symbols instead of one. A secure tripcode will generate a different set of characters for each board you use on each site.
First, try not being so vague next time. Secondly, no. He/she is allowed to talk about what he/she does not like about a specific piece of art, or an artist in general. This is called critiquing. If you want, you could comment on their post, causing a conversation. I know, it sounds crazy, but trust me. They are not a hypocrite for expressing their negative opinion. However attacking other users because of their opinion could be flagged as flaming and result in a ban.
No, threads on U-18Chan do not 404, therefore bumping of threads is not necessary, in fact, any "bump" posts are against the rules.
The old old site was on ImageBoard4Free until it went offline one day. We eventually purchased our own server and ran the site off of Kusaba X. Eventually, the poorly coded software overloaded the server, so we came into contact with the ImageBoard4Free creator and got the course code he wrote for his site. We then transferred our Kusaba X database onto the ImageBaord4Free software, which is far more stable. Then a the server farm we had our server colo'd in had some kind of power fault that fried all our drives so we had to start over from some really old backups.
So long as the image or images are related to the boards they are posted on, and they are left up for everyone to share, go ahead. However, U-18Chan is NOT a free image hosting website. http://imgur.com is much better suited for that sort of stuff.
When someone posts using a proxy and we find out, we ban that proxy as per the rules. We will also put this text on a proxy post so people know. This is useful for preventing ban evasion, trolling, and samefagging.
U-18Chan Feature List:
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Features that are unique to U-18Chan:
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