Community Guidelines

Sharesome is a community where you are free to share your most intimate kinks and desires with your favorite content creators. To maintain a good vibe and avoid disrupting other users, we have a few friendly guidelines laid out. So we have one question for you: Are you ready to Sharesome?

 

 

 

Hot Stuff:

 

 

 

These are the things we expect each member of our community to do with every visit

 

  • Mutual Respect is important.

Having respect for one another is the key to any community, so don’t be a creeper. Treat your fellow kinksters the way you would want to be treated, and don’t forget that being vulgar is not sexy.

  • Let folks know what you think.

Feedback is part of the experience, and when done with respect, can be a great way to make friends, tell stories, and make your time on Sharesome richer. So leave comments, share ideas and remember: This is your world, make it badass.

  • Have fun with it!

This isn’t a church, a nunnery or your grandma’s house. Your openness is welcome here. Make the most out of this new adult social experience and put yourself out there! Who knows, maybe you’ll even become a Star yourself. We’re just sayin’.

 

Not-So-Hot Stuff:

 

 

Here are the things we discourage, all of them aiming towards creating a safe space where everyone can do their thing without shame

 

  • Verbal abuse of any kind is frowned upon.

We are all freaks here and we all love it, so instead of judging people over the interwebz, let’s embrace their freakishness and welcome their kinks with an open mind.

  • Don’t hate. Don’t discriminate

Don’t be that guy at the party that everyone avoids, alright? Nobody likes a mood killer.

  • Don't promote or glorify self-harm

Any account found encouraging or urging users to embrace anorexia, bulimia, or other eating disorders; or to cut, harm themselves, or commit suicide will result in a disabled account without warning.

  • Deceptive or Fraudulent Links

Don't post deceptive or fraudulent links in your posts. This includes giving links misleading descriptions, putting the wrong “source” field in a post, setting misleading click-through links on images, or embedding links to interstitial or pop-up ads.

  • Copyright or Trademark Infringement

Respect the copyrights and trademarks of others. If you aren't allowed to use someone else's copyrighted or trademarked work (either by license or by legal exceptions/limitations like fair use), don't post it.

  • Full-Length Videos

On the same note as above, while we do appreciate a nice movie from start to finish at times, that's not something we want to be doing here. Instead of the whole thing, you could post clips or cut-scenes from it instead. It'll also give you more things to post ;)

  • Privacy Violations

Don't use Sharesome to deceptively obtain personal information. Don't post content that violates anyone’s privacy, especially personally identifying or confidential information like credit card numbers, social security numbers, unlisted contact information, or private photos of your ex's junk (no matter how remarkable).

  • Don’t spam

Keep your posts and comments meaningful and genuine. We all know some things are better said once –preferably in a deep, sexy voice- for maximum effect.

 

Besides these, there are a few things we want to include here. These are the kinds of material which are judged case to case. Depending on how on the edge they are, they might be okay, might get removed or might get YOU removed. Keep in mind however, these are allowed under certain circumstances, such as during roleplay.

 

  • Weapons

We know Knife play is a thing. As long as they are not real weapons and aren’t used to cause harm or injury, we’re good. Guns, however, are starting to push it. Just don’t use any of them to hurt or simulate hurting someone. Dull blades are recommended.

  • Biting

Bite marks are awesome! Just don’t overdo it. We said “marks”, not “wounds”. If we see permanent damage inflicted in any material, it may be removed

  • Hypnosis

Just like other situations, roleplay with this kink is okay, as long as it isn’t too real and the one under hypnosis isn’t controlled into harming themselves or others.

  • Deepfake

Deepfake refers to computer-generated images or audio, mimicking a real person in a sexual act. Even though there are no real people to give consent, think twice before photoshopping someone's face on an adult model. Fake material like this can damage reputations of people that are not in the Adult industry. 

 

Aww-Hell-No Stuff:

 

Here are the definite no-nos for Sharesome. Posting these can get your account suspended or, in extreme cases, reported to the proper authorities. So, think twice!

  • Underage material

We do not allow, under any circumstances, material containing minors (people under the age of 18). These include images, videos, illustrations, computer-generated imagery or stories, regardless of the amount of nudity (or lack thereof). Anything hinting towards the abuse of children is a BIG no-no. Zero-Tolerance is the keyword here.

  • Doxxing

Privacy is really important, especially when "doing your business" ;) It can also make way for harassment and threats to your livelihood. Doxxing (or Doxing) is a term used for sensitive information being shared on the internet, usually without the owner knowing about it. While info such as other social media profile names may be accepted, anything like real names, addresses, social security number or phone numbers aren't. Keep yourself safe!

  • Forced Sex / Rape

To clarify, this does not concern BDSM enthusiasts. Being tied up is not the same as being forced. On that note, roleplay is also accepted, as long as you don’t go overboard. Material in which one of the people involved is seen as being in pain, crying, struggling or being hit is likely to be reported and removed.

  • Incest

No real incest! Step-siblings are right on the edge, however, while we can’t be 100% sure, if we see twins, they’re out. For the rest, we do check for similarities between the people involved and make an in-house decision based on that. 

  • Horror / Snuff

This one is simple. Are the people in the material still breathing at the end? Cool. Killing is not sexy. This also includes material in which homicide is simulated or hinted at.

  • Necrophilia

No. Just… no. We also want the people in the material to START OFF breathing, too. As stated before, even simulating necrophilia is not accepted. Actors may be actors, however, it gives the wrong idea of what the community stands for.

  • Animal Sex

NO! Put the cat down! Animal genitalia (pictures, illustrations or stories) are not allowed, as well as any kind of imagery hinting to sexual acts between or with animals.

  • Scat (Feces)

This is easy. If we see something brown coming out of your butthole, you’re out of here. Kay thanks bye ^_^. But seriously, different bacteria can live inside fecal matter. This is a major health risk and we are not okay with that.

  • Vomit / Puke

Nope. While we know it is a fetish for certain people, it’s a big turn-off for most others. Plus, this may lead to health problems, like bulimia. Keep your food down.

  • Extreme (Violent) Fisting

While fisting is allowed, anything taking it too far and potentially endangering the people seen in the material is not. Keep it below the elbow.

  • Forced Intoxication

Didn’t we say “consenting”? Alcohol can make you think you can dance and that texting your ex at 3 AM is a good idea. We don’t.

  • Hard Drugs

Same as above. Since Marijuana has started getting legalized, this is allowed. Other high-risk drugs, however, are not. Please stay away from anything that is not legal in your area! Basically, they lucid? Cool.

  • Chloroform

Even worse than the previous two. If they are unconscious, they aren’t consenting. This substance may cause kidney and liver damage. If hospitals stopped using it, they must know something. Makes sense? Good.

  • Cannibalism

Now, I get you should eat your partner out... But not in that way… We don’t think we need to explain why this is a health hazard...

  • Blood Play

Nope. No wounds or blood allowed. We don’t want anyone hurting themselves for someone else’s pleasure. Several diseases can be transmitted only through blood. Even if you’re clean, others seeing this might not.

  • Crushing

Don’t step on anybody’s balls. Literally. Or any other part of their body, for that matter. Crushing can lead to many injuries and even loss of reproductive capabilities.

 

The big and major idea behind all of these is: If it involves consenting adults and it poses no real health risk, it is allowed.

 

  • Hypnosis

Just like other situations, roleplay with this kink is okay, as long as it isn’t too real and the one under hypnosis isn’t controlled into harming themselves or others.