Rule Rationale

We get that not everyone will be fans of the rules we have here, and not everyone will understand why we have the rules we do. Therefore, in an attempt to be as upfront and transparent with you as possible, I’ve written the following article to help clarify the rationale behind why we run things as we do in an international chatroom which consistently has about 350+ people in it.


No Solo Dick/Solo Male Pics

Depending on the time of day, our chat operates with anywhere between 300 and 500 members online at the same time. So let’s conservatively (under)estimate that out of every 10 members who post, only one wants to post a picture of his dick or himself.

Well, with 300-500 members online, that means it’s safe to say 29-49 others would want to post their dick or their selves. (1 out of 10 is 10%, so 10% of 300-500 is between 30 and 50).

Let’s further assume that these members would only post their dick or their selves once every 10 minutes (another conservative underestimate). That means every 10 minutes on the chat you could expect to see 30-50 solo dicks/guys posted.

Ladies and Gentlemen, simply put, that’s too much dick/too many single male pics.

So, if you think we’re a bit too strict on disallowing dick pics, I can promise you that when we came up with the rules, we did so with the concept of scalability in mind. Allowing anyone to post dick pics in a chat this popular simply isn’t scalable. So for those who feel it necessary to show what you have, you can do so by becoming a staff-approved authorized member. Not only does this cut down on total dick pics, but you can rest assured that the dick pics you see are real.


No Anydesk/Teamviewer/PC Control References

The reasoning behind why we don’t presently allow any kind of reference in public chat to controlling someone else’s PC is because sites like these become targets for bad people with bad intentions who wait for people who use remote PC viewing software. These bad people know how to exploit the software, and they’re the kind of people who take your passwords, bank accounts, put keyloggers on, etc. without you ever knowing it.

Until I can find a safe way to allow for people to use the site to connect with others in order to  engage in the thrilling experience that is remote PC viewing, it’s a lot safer for the users and the site to make it prohibited (at least for now).

The last thing the site needs is someone saying, “I gave someone access to my PC and they were on Cuckold Chat and they turned out to be a hacker!” Before you know it, the site gets bad PR, I take heat, etc. etc., and it’s just a mess.

To be extra clear, I’ve personally engaged in remote viewing stuff, on both ends, and it’s a great experience. I want to find a way to allow this place to be friendly to that. It just needs a bit more thought behind it. So be patient and please understand it’s for both your well-being and the site’s that we don’t allow for this kind of stuff at the present time.


No Outside Links/Mentioning Other Sites

This site gets *a lot* of traffic. Ipso facto, people start wanting to use it as a podium to explicitly (or covertly) promote other sites or their own personal links.

Now, before I go any further, I don’t have anything against promoting other like-minded sites (as I’m sure you can see from my interviews in the interview section). Someone using a chatroom though (one where people go to enjoy themselves and share and connect with others) to promote another site or their own personal link without any kind of permission is bad form, not to mention not in consonance with the spirit of the room’s purpose.

Furthermore, I refer you to the 10% rule we use when trying to take scalability into account when having created the rules. If we conservatively underestimated that just one out of every ten users (aka 10%) wanted to post a link in the chat once every ten minutes, we’d be looking at 30-50 links every ten minutes. If you’ve ever been to other sites, you know how bad/annoying the links can get.

But wait, why don’t I just allow some links and not others? Well….which links should I allow and why? How often should I allow them to be posted per user? What about the 10% rule? How do I know what content would be posted on the other end? What if someone used an approved link to show illegal content?

See how fast it gets complicated?

Based on that, yes it means you can’t even mention Google by name—no outsides links or mentioning other sites. And if you think that seems stupid or silly or harsh, I would kind of have to agree. But…unless/until you come up with a better idea to help me and my staff administer the rules in a manageable way when we have 600+ users in the chat (yes we have that many at certain times, some who are degenerates looking for any loophole they can find), the rules will stay as they are.

This is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to why we don’t allow links or any mention of any outside sites. Thankfully, this shouldn’t impact your chat experience in any kind of significant way. If it does, or if this explanation doesn’t quite get the message across, feel free to contact me and I’ll add a few more nails to that coffin.


No Soliciting For Skype/Whatsapp/Etc.

First off, we don’t allow the posting of personal contact information in the public chat. Second off, coming into a chatroom and asking if anyone wants to chat elsewhere (when you can already chat in the chatroom publicly or privately) is absurd, valueless, annoying, and a bit spammy. Don’t get me wrong, I understand skype and other apps have their purpose; it’s just that if you want to talk to others on a different messenger platform, we ask that you save that kind of invite for PM with someone you’re already talking with.

Last but not least, I refer you to the 10% rule. No one wants to see dozens of chat messages over and over again that do nothing but ask if someone else wants to talk elsewhere.


Copy/Paste Posting

As I’m sure you’ve noticed, we ask people that we see making copy/paste posts too frequently to refrain from doing so more than once every 10-15 minutes. If this sounds too strict to you, then allow me to prompt you to imagine a chatroom where you see someone asking the same thing over and over and over literally once every few minutes, and then imagine just 10% of people in the room doing that. It’s absurd, right? It ruins the chatroom.

To be clear, all we’re trying to do is make sure everyone can have fun in a way that doesn’t ruin it for everyone else. That can’t happen if people spam the room by copy/pasting the same thing every few minutes. Any questions, just let us know.


English Only In The Public Chat

Although this site gets traffic from many different countries around the world, the large majority of the members of this site speak English. In order to avoid the main chatroom having conversations happening in many different languages, we kindly ask that you use English only. A chatroom that permits multiple languages wouldn’t function very well due to everyone wanting to speak different languages. If you would like to spead another language, please do it in PM. Thanks for understanding.


No Fake Photoshopped Pics

Photoshopped pictures are not permitted here at Cuckold Chat. A photoshopped picture is defined as:

a picture in which the person(s) in it is edited/altered to distort the reality of what said person(s) looks like, is doing, or is located; or where people originally not present in the photo are edited to be in said photo.

Exceptions to this rule are:

1) cropping/blurring/distorting/covering a part of a person or part of the background for obscurational purposes

2) Adding text to a photo or combining photos to make a collage.

3) Billboard-type pics, provided the original photo is untouched.

So although the Cuckold Chat Community allows collages and appreciates and supports those who have an artistic side and who like making collages and such, we don’t allow people to edit photos in a way which distorts the reality of who or what is actually in the original picture unless it is for obscurational (aka hiding one’s identity) purposes.


Public Sharing Of Personal Information

We limit the personal information you can publicly share about someone else or yourself to first name and City, State/Country only. To clarify, that means we do not allow first name and middle name; we do not allow first name and last initial. We allow first name only. We don’t allow townships or street names, GPS coordinates or photos of someone’s house. We allow City, State/Country only.

The reason for this rule is because we are not a place for people to engage in any kind of what’s commonly referred to as “full exposure” where a person shares pornographic pictures of his wife complete with information such as full name, date of birth, location, etc. This is also the reason why we won’t permit posting of IDs even if they’re blurred. We do not want to send the message in any way that this is a “full exposure” chat and we don’t want degenerates who are into doxxing and such frequenting our community.

Restricting the sharing of personal information to first name and general location (defined by City, State/Country) not only allows for the environment to remain safe and free of degenerates who want to doxx/fully expose with nefarious intentions, but it also makes for a very clear, enforceable line for the staff to make sure remains uncrossed.

For clarification’s sake, you can share whatever other information you want publicly so long as it doesn’t violate the above stipulation. Any grey areas (such as place of work) will be up to staff discretion regarding whether or not it’s allowed. Full disclosure: most public posts that disclose the name of the business where your wife works will most likely get deleted.

Lastly, if you desire to share more information than that in PM (private message), please understand that we do not monitor PMs and only take action on messages exchanged in PM only if you are reported by someone to be engaging in illegal behavior (which may or may not include the non-consensual sharing of someone else’s personal information with malintent to harm/endanger that person or their character). In other words, what you share in private you should only do with people you trust and even then you do so at your own risk, as per the Terms of Service of the site. Be smart and be safe—otherwise we don’t want you here.


Last But Not Least

The moderators are all volunteers here. Please don’t give them a hard time. I can vouch for all of them; they’re truly good guys. Does that mean they never make mistakes? Of course not, we all make mistakes!

If you get frustrated with any of us, please just take a deep breath and try to remember that we’re all looking to do the same thing—we want to enjoy the chat. If you have any further questions, don’t hesitate to let me know!


  • Raymond

    Reply Reply January 14, 2019

    Thank you for explaining the rules We appreciate that you have these rules. Too many people just think because of the type of chatroom this is they think they can just chat about anything. Keep up the good work.

  • SwithMan

    Reply Reply March 30, 2019

    Yes this is good direction.

  • shermkaye

    Reply Reply March 31, 2019

    Well Said !

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