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Guidelines

Community Rules and Guidelines

Rules

As a member of the OmoOrg community, we expect you to know and adhere to all listed rules. We take these policies seriously. Some offenses can result in account termination on the first offense.

 

Unethical behavior

Engaging in or supporting unethical behavior is prohibited on OmoOrg.

 

Consent is always required

We strictly prohibit any of the following acts on OmoOrg. Violations may result in immediate account termination:

  • Posting or requesting videos recorded without a person’s knowledge or consent. This includes:

    • Non-staged voyeur / hidden camera clips

    • CCTV footage

    • Revenge porn

  • Trailing (i.e. stalking) individuals you do not know because they “appear to be desperate”

  • Posting or requesting altered photos without a person’s consent

  • Intentionally involving non-consenting bystanders in your fetish. For example:

    • Flashing (exposing yourself)

    • Walking up to someone and wetting/soiling yourself just to gauge a persons reaction

     

Vandalism is strictly prohibited

Posting about or supporting events involving the destruction of private or public property will result in account suspensions.

Some examples of this include:

  • Intentionally urinating on theater seats, hotel beds, bus / plane seats, store furniture, or any other type of flooring within private property.

Posting about genuine accidents is usually okay, provided you took all reasonable steps to avoid any of the above instances. Getting yourself desperate to the point you know you’re going to have an accident and then conveniently wetting yourself on another person’s property would not classify as an accident. If it’s premeditated, it’s not an accident.

Public wettings on isolated concrete sidewalks, streets, parking lots, or other areas where no damage is caused and nature will clean the accidents itself are perfectly okay, so long as you stay within the above consent policies.

This can effectively be summarized as: don’t force others to clean up your messes, or risk making others sit in your own accidents. It’s not only rude, but in cases of actual vandalism, it’s illegal.

 

Be respectful

Most of these policies go without saying. Simply put, don’t be a jerk.

  • Devaluing someone just because you don’t share their kinks or interests is not okay. We are a community that embraces all sensible, open-minded individuals. If it doesn’t bring harm to anyone, there’s not likely anything wrong with it.

  • Attacking members with the use of racist, homophobic or transphobic slurs with the direct intent of demeaning them for being a part of said groups will result in immediate account termination. OmoOrg is an LGBT-friendly community. We accept transgender people as they are here.

  • OmoOrg is not a hook-up or camming service. Act appropriately when sending messages to other users. Show respect for an individual’s privacy. If they’re not comfortable with something, back off.

  • Keep in mind that your profile photo is displayed with every post you make, so it should be something that you want people to tie to your persona on the site. When people think of you, you probably don’t want them to think of some a random crotch close-up. In short, you can upload the lewd stuff in your topics/posts, but please keep your profile itself tame (i.e. no nudity).

 

No posting or linking to content on the sites Do not Post list

Content by producers on OmoOrg’s Do Not Post list should not be shared or requested anywhere on the site. This includes being posted as file attachments, through the downloads system, or by providing third-party download/video links to files. We adopt a copyright policy similar to many major streaming platforms on OmoOrg. Repeated offenses in a short time period will result in your accounts closure.

Abuse of the personal messaging system to share said content will result in more severe account penalties and the permanent loss of your account’s access to the personal messaging system.

Click here to view an up-to-date version of OmoOrg’s Do Not Post list

 

No unauthorized advertisements

OmoOrg is not to be exploited as a free advertising platform for off-site ventures without prior administrator approval. This includes but is not limited to videos, streams which garner monetary value, and picture or art sets.

If you wish to sell your content to the OmoOrg userbase, you may apply to be a part of our content platform by clicking here. For advertising inquiries, you may contact us by clicking here.

 

Fictional content policies

These policies apply explicitly to fictional content (art, comics, literature) produced or otherwise shared on OmoOrg.

While we try to respect each individual’s right to creative freedom as much as possible, as a private predominantly softcore community, we have some policies that must be adhered to.

Content containing any of the following should not be posted on OmoOrg:

  • Works that fetishize any forms of graphical violence or abuse (e.g. rape scenario’s, physical abuse, etc.)

  • Works that feature preadolescence children in any fetishized manner or otherwise involve them in sexually explicit situations

    • This means works that depict and fetishize actual children. Writing fandom works of anime characters who visually appear to be adults, regardless of canonical age, is still allowed. Conversely, writing works of characters that look and act like children but are canonically “900 year old vampires” would not be allowed.

In some situations, we must apply moderator discretion. If you are unsure about posting something, you are welcome to contact us beforehand for prior approval.

 

Posting Guidelines

Please take the time to write thoughtful posts. Avoid making some of these common mistakes when taking part in the OmoOrg community:

  • Making a repeated number of consecutive short posts.

  • Using backgrounds or font colors which would be hard to see on either light or dark backgrounds. Please remember that OmoOrg supports both a light and dark mode.

  • Using excessively large font sizes. Larger fonts should be reserved for headers, chapter titles, and so on.

  • Use of ALL CAPS, clickbait, or other non-descriptive topic titles

  • Begging for reputation in posts is widely frowned upon and should always be avoided. Reputation should be earned naturally without needing to ask for it.