On FetLife, it is very important to us that you feel free to be yourself and let your freak flag fly!
Unfortunately though, due to obscenity laws in the US, Canada, and some European countries, if we openly fantasize about certain topics we can find ourselves in hot water.
To protect the community, we think it's best if people don't publicly eroticize any underage, incest, zoophilia, necrophilia, or scat fetishes they might have.
Here is the 411:
We can’t allow any images of anyone underage (no matter how innocent the image might be), cartoons that sexualize underage characters, or any discussions that might be construed as eroticizing someone that is underage.
Ageplay (Daddy/girl, Mommy/boy, etc.) is kosher as long as you don't mention age in a sexual context. Non-sexual conversations involving someone underage is also ok… example: parenting discussions.
Even if it's between consenting adults, we can't allow any images, stories, fantasies, discussions, etc. that eroticize any type of incestuous relationships between parents, kids, grandparents, siblings, uncles and nieces. Cousins… now that is a whole other story! :-p
We can't allow anyone to eroticize or look for anyone to enjoy zoophilia, necrophilia, or scat with.
This does not include pet play, furries, human pets, vampire or zombie play. Diaper play, enemas, and especially rimming are all good as long as no poop is visible.
It's not ok to crush, simulate crushing, fantasize about crushing, link to crushing, or discuss planning on crushing an animal. Animals include, but are not limited to, mammals, fish, crustaceans, reptiles, amphibians, insects, etc.
Crushing food and inanimate objects is ok. I am not a big fan of hunting. But I do watch Duck Dynasty… Jack.
Also, in general, we think that intellectual discussions, jokes between friends, and private discussions should all be fair game.
Our guidelines aren’t black and white nor do we think it's healthy for them to be. For every guideline there are tens of thousands of edge cases that we will have to review on a case by case basis and act on them by taking into consideration multiple factors including context, how the average person might interpret something, etc.
If at any point you're ever concerned something you're posting might be misconstrued the wrong way then please make the extra effort to assure things are as clear as possible.
If you have any questions about our guidelines don't hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org.