Hi there, I’m some what new to the community and I didn’t know where else to ask this question. So if I’m in the wrong forum section, let me know where it is most appropriate, and I’ll ask it there.
There is a chapter in one of the stories where a one-off character on the verge of death, confesses some crimes he committed, to the MC. One of them being murder, the other being molestation.
I read the content policy and came to the conclusion that it does fallow the site’s guidelines since it doesn’t depict the event in a positive light, and it is simply recalled by the character with zero detail. My question is, should I include a trigger warning in the description of the story, If it so much as mention’s molestation?
Here is the passage mentioning the event. it is an abbreviated recollection of the characters crimes.
Felix was a man who lived in a town called Wilmert. He killed three men as part of a job he was doing for a gang that operated there. But once those men were dead, he went to their wives and violated them. He was caught for the murders and because of what he did to the women, his gang let him pay for his crime. His group were criminals sure, but they did have standards.
He was castrated for his crime against the women and sentenced to a cold exile for the crime against the men. He was not permitted to bring anything with him, not even the cloths on his back. He explained That the city saw the death sentence as too merciful a punishment for what he did, and that a special flavor of exile was appropriate for the crimes he committed.
Cold exile was invented on the spot, to serve as a punishment for crimes too terrible for even the death sentence. You were stripped naked, paraded out of the town, and left to die in the afterlands.