Child Sexual Abuse Material Policy
The creation and dissemination of child sexual abuse material (CSAM) is an abhorrent crime and Bodaibleu is committed to the fight against the distribution of CSAM. We have a zero-tolerance policy toward child sexual abuse material on our platform, as well as toward those who produce, disseminate, as well as seek out and consume CSAM. Any content featuring or depicting a child is strictly forbidden on our platform and is deemed to constitute a grave violation of our Terms of Service. For the purposes of this policy, a child is any person under eighteen (18) years of age. We report all cases of apparent child sexual abuse material that we are made aware of to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), a nonprofit that refers cases to law enforcement globally.
Furthermore, we, at Bodaibleu, endorse and are committed to remaining in alignment with the objectives reflected in the Eleven (11) Voluntary Principles; a collaborative initiative launched by the Five Country Ministerial* and industry-leading tech companies to counter online child sexual exploitation and abuse (CSEA). Whilst some bad actors seek to exploit advances in technology and the digital world, we believe robust, efficient, and flexible policies, as well as global cross-sector collaboration, can effectively eradicate the spread of online abuse and will continue to adhere to these crucial commitments.
* The Five Country Ministerial is made up of the Homeland Security, Public Safety and Immigration Ministers of Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States, who gather annually to collaborate on meeting common security challenges.
Violent Content Policy
Any content that depicts activity or behaviour posing a real threat or likelihood of causing serious physical injury or death to the person(s) featured is strictly prohibited on our platform and constitutes a serious violation of our terms of service. Our full Terms of Service can be viewed here.
It is important to remember that pornography does not always represent sexual interactions and behaviors typical of everyday life, and often depicts diverse fantasies and role-play scenarios by consenting amateurs and professionals. Valid consent and intent are integral for all images and videos uploaded to the site, and therefore context plays a critical role in evaluating whether extreme fantasies violate our Terms of Service or pose a real threat or likelihood of causing serious distress or physical injury to the individuals involved.
Bodaibleu aims to offer the adult community an open, safe, and diverse space for an array of sexual expression and preferences. Consent and context are key to distinguishing content that depicts prohibited content, such as extreme violence posing a serious risk of harm or death, from exploring pain, kinks and/or less traditional sexual-based activities. Content that is categorized as BDSM, hardcore, or rough may often contain graphic content and/or violence. Although we recognize that some may consider BDSM, Hardcore, or Rough sex as “degrading” or “dehumanizing,” these words are entirely subjective. Essentially, what is degrading and dehumanizing to you may be empowering and dignifying for someone practicing safe BDSM. To learn more about healthy BDSM, we invite users to check out our additional resources section below.
That being said, we wish to highlight that although fetishes such as BDSM, Hardcore, and Rough Sex are popular categories, the vast majority of this style of content is created and produced by professionals in a safe and secure environment, employing strict consent and safety-based protocols, and involving consenting adults. In all cases, be it professional or amateur, we expect all user content to adhere to the Bodaibleu’s Core Values.
Our Sexual Wellness Center offers advice from a variety of health care practitioners, sex therapists, and industry experts. To learn more about Bodaibleu’s commitment to promoting sexual wellness visit our Sexual Wellness Center. If you are seeking advice on your current sexual activities or are looking to try something new, it is important to do your research and educate yourself on safe practice. Consider checking out and/or contacting one of the resources listed below in our additional resources section.