I'm looking for the text corpus with adult content (18+). In order to build an Adult (erotic) content classifier.

The size does not matter. But large datasets are preferred.

Regarding "categorization", there is no need for the labeling, since I'm looking only for one class data - adult (erotic) content. However, for the consistence, it would be better to have "normal" text. I mean one part of the text has adult content and other not. Ideally, it should be labeled sentence-by-sentence.

The dataset may be used for the scientific publication.

  • What kind of content/text? As you write it now it could be terms, books, URLs, ... How much data? And you do not need any division/categorization/classification/tags? Please read this guide and improve your question. – Jan Doggen Sep 13 '18 at 11:59
  • literotica.com's stories section has mostly sexual content, but a category for non-sexual as well. The stories are free, but copyrighted. fetlife.com may be another possibility, though they protect against data scraping. – Barry Carter Sep 14 '18 at 0:24
  • @BarryCarter Yea, the 2nd place you mention has gone into legal battles against scraping in the past – Hack-R Sep 15 '18 at 18:50
  • OP: while there is a wealth of free adult text data as mentioned above, it's this hard-to-understand and seemingly odd requirement about "one part of the text has adult content and other not. Ideally, it should be labeled sentence-by-sentence". I've never seen or heard of anything like that. I'm also not sure what you are trying to accomplish with it. Some clarification may be in order. If you're thinking of a binary classification you can just grab any other major text corpus from the internet for your non-adult text. – Hack-R Sep 15 '18 at 18:52
  • @Hack-R They switched from legal battles to actual anti-scraping tools after they couldn't shut down bot2.fetlife.94y.info – Barry Carter Sep 17 '18 at 18:21

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