So it turns out the guy in the pic (who I initially mistook for a girl) is a self-proclaimed "girly-ass guy." So I decided to play around with a character like that, in contrast to Sepp's primarily male personality.
As for content-oriented RP rules, they are as follows:
1: If Clarence is to be RPed under 18 years of age, no sexual play is permitted. That's only going to happen when he's an adult.
1.5: Also, an age minimum of 18 (or legal age of consent, whichever is higher) is necessary if sex is going to happen. Just to keep it perfectly legal on both ends, mind you.
2: If the RP partner is, for any reason, not comfortable with playing out a gay sex scene, Clarence isn't gonna be used in that manner. Though cuddles are fine if the partner is comfortable with that. I understand not being into that kind of stuff. I'm not exactly looking to get into it in real life, but online I have to admit it can be fun to extend beyond your own sex and orientation when the mood strikes you.
3: Clarence may have detachable body parts, but he is not suitable for gore and/or snuff RPs. The modularity is really more or less like a cartoon character.
4: I normally treat gay characters a lot like straight characters. This can also have an effect on the language I use. I generally avoid terms of derision like "fag" or "homo" because, not being gay myself, I think I have more reason to not take the risk of offending those who are. I want to prove we aren't all bigoted against gays. While Clarence may be effeminate, this itself has a basis in the unfortunate fact that there are some people for whom the stereotype rings true. I won't be giving him a lisp or a limp wrist however.
So anyways, that's Clarence's profile. A modular wolf girly-man. This is also my very first time using a program called paint.net. It didn't turn out quite as bad as I was worried it would, but at the same time there is no way I would call this a masterpiece. Maybe an apprentice-piece.