WP7 Marketplace Lets In Racy iKamasutra App

Is this a signal that Microsoft might be a little less puritanical than it lets on? iKamasutra is an app that’s an encyclopedia of sexual positions, though they’re depicted by rather formless stick figures. Hardly explicit material, but still, not kid friendly. This app appears to have been approved, despite the WP7 Marketplace guidelines saying:

3.6  Adult Related Content
Content not allowed:
– Sex / Nudity – Images that are sexually suggestive or provocative (e.g. sexually provocative touching, bondage, masturbation); provocative images that reveal nipples, genitals, buttocks, or pubic hair.
– Content that a reasonable person would consider to be adult or borderline adult content (images, text, or audio).

It’ll be interesting to see if this app now gets pulled, or if Microsoft is taking a slightly more relaxed view of what constitutes adult content.

[via 1800PocketPC, WMPU]

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