By Stephanie Ciccarelli
September 7, 2006
If you are a member of Voice123 or are considering it, you need to read this post.
Voice123 recently added some new categories to their voice over recording options. One of the categories is for "Adult Content Recordingsâ€, meant specifically to promote voice-overs with mature, sexual content.
The team at Voices.com would like to assure all of our members that this type of work is never posted on our site.
We will not condone adult material by recognizing it as its own special category, nor endorse those recordings as business as usual. We feel this reflects on you, your colleagues, and their clientele.
Promoting this type of work affects the most vulnerable of members, children under the age of 18. Sexual predators will view this as an opportunity to contact their prey.
As a moral issue, we hope that our position is clear to all who use and participate with our site.
How do you feel about the new Voice123 "Adult Content Recordings" category?
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