EBay sellers won't be allowed to use the marketplace to make a profit off of most sexually explicit materials.
According to the California-based e-commerce company, eBay's "Adult Only" category won't be available for new listings on its U.S. as of Tuesday.
This means sexually explicit "Adult Only" DVDs and movies, magazines, video games, and domain names as well as "Adult Only" collectibles on Blu-Ray, DVD and film, LaserDisc, VHS and other adult movie formats, will be longer be permitted on the site, according to eBay.
"Adult Only" collectibles, art, sex toys, accessories, clothing, jewelry, books, and music can be relisted under a new category as long as they follow specific guidelines including not "showing nudity or sexual activity."
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Although, there are exceptions to the rule, "most adult-only items" are prohibited from the marketplace.
"Listings that show nudity are allowed only in limited situations and must follow" specific guidelines, according to eBay. Nudity, according to the company, is defined as "showing any part of male or female genitalia, anus, or female breasts where the areola or nipple is visible."