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We prohibit content or activities that sexually exploit individuals or facilitate or coordinate human exploitation, including human trafficking. This encompasses all forms of exploitation, involving both minors and adults, whether sexual or otherwise. Upon becoming aware of such exploitation or related activities, we will report them to the appropriate authorities in accordance with applicable laws.

UNPRESS allows victims of exploitation to share their experiences, but we will remove content that graphically depicts, threatens, or promotes sexual violence, assault, or exploitation. Additionally, we remove content displaying, advocating, or coordinating sexual acts with non-consenting parties to prevent facilitating non-consensual sexual acts.

To safeguard victims and survivors, we remove images portraying incidents of sexual violence and intimate images shared without the depicted person's consent. We may also remove content if law enforcement or security organizations provide information linking specific content to harmful activities.

Nudity of Minors

Occasionally, users may share content containing nudity involving minors. While the intentions may be benign, we may remove such content to prevent potential abuse and unauthorized reuse or appropriation.

In this policy, "minors" refers to children, toddlers, babies, or legal minors. As an internet platform without geographic boundaries, we generally define minors as individuals under the age of 18, though this may vary depending on the country and context.

What happens if you violate these standards?

Content that violates our guidelines may be labeled or removed, platform functionality may be limited, and in severe cases, accounts may be suspended. We may also report serious violations to the relevant authorities.

For more information see our page: Enforcement Approach

(error) What is in violation of these standards?

Sexual Exploitation

Content that violates our standards includes any material or activity that:

  • Threatens, portrays, endorses, instructs, or intends to promote acts of sexual exploitation of minors, human trafficking victims, or individuals coerced against their will.

  • Depicts or promotes non-consensual sexual acts, necrophilia, or forced undressing.

  • Identifies or mocks alleged victims of sexual exploitation by name or image.

  • Is captured secretly without the subject's consent.

This policy applies to sharing, requesting, or offering such content by you or your associates.

Sexual Solicitation

Prohibited content includes any material that solicits:

  • Sexual abuse material involving minors, human trafficking victims, or individuals coerced to act against their will.

  • Nude or sexualized images of the aforementioned individuals.

  • Sexual encounters with the aforementioned individuals.

Exploitative intimate content and Sextortion

Content that attempts to exploit others by:

  • Coercing money, favors, or intimate imagery with threats to expose intimate imagery or information.

  • Sharing, threatening, or stating an intent to share private sexual conversations or intimate imagery.


Imagery that depicts non-sexual abuse regardless of sharing intent. This includes content that praises, supports, promotes, advocates for, provides instructions for, or encourages participation in abuse, or any attempts to commit harm.

Sexual Exploitation and Minors (Children, Toddlers, Babies)

We implement additional protections specifically for minors as detailed below:

Sexual Exploitation of Minors:

  • Sexual intercourse (all instances involving minors are considered non-consensual).

  • Content with sexual elements, including but not limited to:

    • Restraints

    • Focus on genitalia

    • Presence of an aroused adult

    • Sex toys

    • Sexualized costumes

Content involving minors with added sexual elements, including but not limited to the items mentioned above, or:

  • Stripping or disrobing

  • Open-mouth kissing

  • Staged environments (e.g., a bed) or professionally produced content

  • Sexual fetish context

Prohibited content also includes any material that supports, promotes, advocates, or encourages pedophilia, unless discussed neutrally within an academic or verified health context.

Inappropriate interactions with minors

Content that constitutes or facilitates inappropriate interactions with children, such as:

  • Arranging or planning real-world sexual encounters with children

  • Purposefully exposing children to sexually explicit language or sexual material

  • Engaging in implicitly sexual conversations in private messages with children

  • Obtaining or requesting sexual material from children in private messages

Sexualization of minors

  • Content (including photos, videos, real-world art, digital content, and verbal depictions) that sexualizes children.

  • Communities and profiles dedicated to sexualizing children.

Nudity of minors

Content that depicts nudity of minors where nudity is defined as:

  • Close-ups of genitalia

  • Real nude minors, showing:

    • Visible genitalia (including genitalia obscured only by pubic hair or transparent clothing)

    • Visible anus and/or a fully nude close-up of buttocks.

    • Uncovered female nipples.

    • No clothes from neck to knee - even if no genitalia or female nipples are showing.

  • Digitally-created depictions of nude minors, toddlers, or babies unless the image is for health or educational purposes.


Imagery that depicts non-sexual abuse of minors. This includes content that praises, supports, promotes, advocates for, provides instructions for, or encourages participation in the abuse of minors.

Human Exploitation and Trafficking

Content that recruits people for, facilitates, or exploits people through any of the following forms of human trafficking:

  • Sex trafficking

  • Sales of children or illegal adoption

  • Orphanage trafficking and orphanage voluntourism

  • Forced marriages

  • Labor exploitation (including bonded labor)

  • Domestic servitude

  • Non-regenerative organ trafficking, not including organ removal, donation, or transplant in a non-exploitative organ donation context

  • Forced criminal activity (e.g. forced begging, forced drug trafficking)

  • Recruitment of child soldiers

Content that offers to provide or facilitate human smuggling

Content that asks for human smuggling services

(tick) What is not in violation of these standards?

Content that

  • represents an act as part of a dramatization intended to educate the public in a way that does not endorse, support, or advocate for exploitation

  • is clearly provided for non-harmful purposes

  • is meant to report on or cover events or actions of importance to the public good without giving instruction on, supporting, or advocating for the above classes of exploitation

  • news coverage that depicts child nudity in the context of famine, genocide, war crimes, or crimes against humanity, unless accompanied by a violating caption or shared in a violating context, in which case the content is removed

  • depictions of police officers or military personnel committing non-sexual abuse

  • non-sexual abuse, when law enforcement, anti-trafficking, protection agencies, or trusted safety partners request that we leave the content on the platform for the express purpose of bringing a person back to safety

Narratives and statements that contain a description of exploitation (written or verbal) that includes details beyond mere naming or mentioning the act if:

  • Shared by the victim, or

  • Shared by a third party (other than the victim) in support of the victim or condemnation of the act or for general awareness to be determined by context/caption.

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