That's right, after months of battles with various game developers threatening to remove their games due to containing sexual content Steam has finally added a new filter system... We covered this news and how to enable the filter options HERE!
June 6th Update:
Looks like Valve is doing a complete 180 and has walked all the way back stating that Steam should not be the ones to decide which game developer can and cannot post their game. The same goes for Steam customers, Steam doesn't want to tell customers what they can play and not play.
Good job Valve for taking a stance that makes sense for your business model, appeases your "real" customers, and ignores the outspoken minority who started this whole mess!
Reacting from a 2 year campaign from endsexualexploration.org to have Steam remove games featuring sexual exploitative content, Value has responded by sending 2 week notices to the game developers to remove such content or face removal from the Steam store page.
The following is a list of developers (and their games, if known) that have allegedly received an e-mail from Valve stating that they must remove pornographic content from their games
(List provided by techraptor.net)
These game developers have reached out to their customers and fans via Twitter showing explaining their 2 week notice of removal from Steam:
From this sudden push by Steam to filter out games featuring specifically Anime-esk adult content, Nutaku has taken to Twitter to promote their website as a potential new home for games who may be removed from Steam if they cannot comply with Valve's non specific terms.