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Sexual Solicitation


Our platform is dedicated to creating a safe and welcoming environment for users of all backgrounds. As such, we strictly prohibit sexual solicitation, including explicit or implicit requests for sexual favors, services, or content. We also restrict sexually-explicit language that may lead to sexual solicitation. This policy aims to prevent harmful or exploitative interactions and protect the well-being of our community members.

UNPRESS may be used to discuss issues surrounding sexual violence and exploitation, sex worker rights advocacy, and sex work regulation. The platform allows for the expression of sexual desires, promotion of sex education, non-graphic discussions of sexual practices or experiences, and offering classes or programs that teach techniques or address sexual topics.

We encourage users to report any content or behavior that they believe violates our Sexual Solicitation Policy. Our team will review reported content and take appropriate action, including content removal, account restrictions, or bans for repeated or severe violations. Together, we can create a safe and inclusive community for all users.

What happens if you violate these standards?

Content may be labeled, removed, or have platform functionality restricted for serious violations. Accounts may be subject to bans, and violations may be reported to the relevant authorities. For more information see our page: Enforcement Approach

(error) What is in violation of these standards?

Sexual solicitation violations include, but are not limited to:

  1. Explicit or implicit requests for sexual services, favors, or content, including prostitution, escort services, or pornography. This includes what is in the Exploitation standard.

  2. Sharing or requesting personal contact information with the intent of engaging in sexual activities.

  3. Using sexually suggestive language, innuendos, or emojis to solicit sexual interactions or content. This includes depictions of sexual activity such as sexual roles, sex positions, fetish scenarios, state of arousal, act of sexual intercourse or activity, and audio of sexual activity.

  4. Offering or requesting explicit images, videos, or other media, including unsolicited sharing of intimate content.

  5. Encouraging or coordinating the exchange of sexual services or content for money, goods, or services.

  6. Creating, sharing, or promoting content that facilitates sexual solicitation, such as websites, forums, or groups dedicated to such activities.

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

Content or discussions that:

  1. Educate or raise awareness about sexual health, safety, or consent without promoting sexual solicitation.

  2. Share personal experiences or stories related to sexuality, relationships, or consent in a respectful, non-graphic, and non-exploitative manner.

  3. Discuss or debate social, political, or cultural issues related to sexuality, sex work, or gender without promoting sexual solicitation or exploitation.

  4. Provide support, resources, or guidance for individuals who have experienced sexual exploitation, abuse, or harassment, without advocating for or facilitating sexual solicitation.

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