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Controlling Post Visibility

"Who can see my profile and posts?"

That's entirely up to you, and where on the site you post it.

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We are a gated community. No one can see member content unless they are a member themselves, with very few exceptions. Content that non-members will be able to see: - Posts submitted to Stories & Blogs, which is a public-visible blog that allows prospective members to preview our community - Posts, submitted by members, that are set to the "Everyone" privacy level (they would need the exact link to view that post) - The directory of profiles, including avatars and cover photos, viewable by going to the "Advanced Search" page

A Quick Note on your Profile

Your profile cannot be seen by anyone not signed in - period. Even if someone had the link to your profile, the site would force them to be signed in before viewing it.

Controlling Post Visibility - Home Feed

When posting to the home feed, you're presented with a powerful modal that gives you a lot of options for kinky posting. At the bottom of the text field, there's a privacy dropdown. Your privacy options for a home post are:

Controlling Post Visibility - Groups

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When you're a member of an "all-members" privacy group, new posts will show up on your home feed automatically. If a post is made to a private group that you're not part of, they will not show up on your home feed.

Posts to Groups have only two visibility tiers - "All Members" and "Private". If the group privacy is "All Members", then your posts to it will be visible by any member. If the group is "Private", then posts to it will only be visible by members of that group.

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Since we allow the self-promotion of content on Pages only, we reserve the right to reduce the audience of posts as needed to maintain the balance of the home feed.

Controlling Post Visibility - Pages

Like groups, posts to pages have only two visibility tiers - "Everyone" and "Liked My Page". If you choose "Everyone", your post will be visible to any site member. If you choose "Liked My Page", only those who have liked your page will see that post.

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