Guidelines

Actionable Offenses

Engaging in or directly supporting unethical behavior

Primary examples of this include..

User harassment

Devaluing someone just because you don't share their kinks or interests is not okay. Religious doctrines and other dogmas will never justify being a senseless jerk. OmoOrg is, in particular, an LGBT-friendly community. Homophobia, racism, antisemitism or any other form of bigotry will not be tolerated.

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.

OmoOrg is also not a hook-up or camming service. Please, don’t treat it as such. Messaging users at random and begging for perverted favors or for outside contact information are two prime examples of actions that will get your account restricted. Act appropriately when sending messages to other users. Show respect for an individual's privacy. If they’re not comfortable with something, back off.

What should I do if someone is making me uncomfortable?

If someone is making you uncomfortable, try politely asking them to back off first. If they refuse, place the user on your ignore list and report the offending message to a staff member. We’ll do our best to respond as promptly as we can. If you receive a random harassing message from someone, you can help stop the user from being able to harass others by using the “Report Spam / Harassment” button below the offending message.

Be safe!

Avoid posting information that could be used to identify you in real-life. Information such as your address and telephone number should always be kept confidential. Additionally, you should never request such information from other members.

Posting hardcore content

Keep in mind that OmoOrg is a predominantly softcore community. Content involving scat (not including softcore messing), violent/rape scenarios, or extreme BDSM should not be posted here. If you’re not sure whether something is appropriate for the site, play it safe; ask a moderator to review the content before you post it.

Posting content on the sites Do Not Post list

The following producers have contacted us and requested that we remove and prevent their content from being shared on OmoOrg in the future. Please respect the wishes of these producers and refrain from posting or requesting any content owned by them. If you enjoy their work, please support the producers by purchasing from them directly.

  • ABdreams
  • Aunt-Elli
  • Bluewetting
  • Bound2Burst
  • DiaperGal
  • DiaperGirlFaye
  • DiaperShanon
  • FlBabyGirls
  • GoldenGirlFaye
  • HDWetting
  • Hightide
  • ineed2pee
  • Miss Missa X
  • Mistress Akeela Rain
  • Needapee
  • Public Pissgirl
  • rachelkirwan
  • RealWetting
  • SexyNaty
  • SneakyPee
  • Sparklyhot
  • UKDiapergirls
  • WDGirls
  • WettingHerPanties / WHP
  • Wellpadded
  • X-Streams
  • YoungPeeGirls

Profile photo/signature violation

Keep in mind that your profile photo is displayed with every post you make, so it should generally 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).

Abusing the reputation system

Basically, don’t beg for reputation in your posts, and don’t make posts complaining about receiving negative reputation. It should also go without saying that attempting to create multiple accounts in order to give yourself reputation is not allowed and will result in severe account penalties.

Spamming

Making repeated highly generic, short, noncontributory posts classifies as spamming. Try and put a decent amount of thought and effort into what you write. Keep in mind, this is a forum, not a chatroom. There’s no need to rush. Take your time when making a post, think about what you want to say before you start to type and be sure to double check your spelling and grammar.

One common example of spamming is posting “Welcome to the site!” in every thread on the first page of the Introductions forum in an effort to try to quickly raise your post count. Another is making a bunch of short and generic posts such as “thanks”, “nice one”, “good job” and so on in a short time span. These kinds of posts are subject to deletion and you will be warned for spamming if you do it repeatedly.