The commercial sexual exploitation of children involves the buying and selling of children under 18 years of age for sexual purposes. Child sex tourism, child sex trafficking, the prostitution of children, and child pornography are all forms of this crime.
The purpose of our Code of Conduct is to set out a framework that we have adopted as part of our zero tolerance towards the sexual exploitation of children.
We do not list or link to web sites that contain pornography.
We may link to web sites that contain adult nudity, so long as it is not pornographic in nature, the people shown (beyond all reasonable doubt) are adults, and that web site is not promoting massage spas or out-call services.
We do not list or link to web sites if we believe that any person shown is under the age of 18 and that the image or an associated text is used in any sexual or illegal context whatsoever, or the image is used to promote any spa or massage service.
We list and link to web sites that contain images of children for legitimate purposes, for example, gay parenting.
We never use language that could potentially imply the sexual involvement of children. This means as a general rule, do not use words such as “boys”, “twinks” or “young” or similar words.
There are occasions when words such as “boys” may be used in context that leaves no doubt that we are referring to adult men.
References to “young men” “young guys” or similar qualified statements may be used, except in relation to massage spas or out-call services.
We only publish user reviews that comply with our Code of Conduct.
If you have a concern about any content on our website or a web site that we list or link to, please let us know by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The single most important action you can take to protect children from sexual exploitation is to report any suspected cases to the authorities.
If you see a child in immediate danger, please call your local emergency number.