User Guidelines

Our website and social media accounts are safe havens for everyone. We get that not everyone will agree and have the same opinion on every topic. We encourage everyone to think outside of the box and challenge other users in a socially acceptable and intellectual way.

Below you will find a few of our community user guidelines when interacting with other users on our site. Please adhere to the below guidelines and any clarifications and/or questions should be directed to

When posting in our comments section, please do not:

Target or harass any user or encourage another user to target/harass any user.

Post any form of hate speech or targeted racial/bigoted epithets.

You will be subsequently banned and removed from this website and your IP address may be blocked.

Spam our comments sections. Examples include but not limited to:

  • promoting of products and services in an advertisement.
  • repeated comments that disrupt the flow of the thread.
  • following users multiple times.

Impersonate a person/entity to mislead, confuse, or deceive others.

Threaten individual(s) with harm.

Post personally identifiable information. Examples include but not limited to:

  • credit card number
  • home/work address
  • phone number
  • email address
  • social security number

Upload Inappropriate profile content such as graphic media containing violence and pornography.

Don’t post anything extremely NSFW or illegal

We get that this may be a little hypocritical in the sense that our site dedicates the bulk of our material to extreme and NSFW content but please use good judgement when commenting and posting in our comments section. If you feel like we did not give a sufficient NSFW warning when posting one of our articles please contact us at:

Report and block all trollish users and behavior

With your help we can curb and eliminate trolls hanging around our website. The best way to do this is to report via our contact form. Our Editor-In-Chief personally looks into all reports and responds usually within a couple of hours.

Again, any questions or clarification of the above can be directed to:


Updated as of 11/2017