Feeld is a space where people get excited and impatient about meeting each other. Trust us, we know how it feels. Even so, always be mindful when you share personal details such as your real name, phone number, address or any other information that leads others to you and your personal life. In particular, we recommend you do not follow any payment requests from other members, in case they are attempts at identity theft, financial fraud or similar situations. Feeld will never ask you for your password or other personal information.
Meeting someone from Feeld is, for some, arguably the best part. Before meeting, we strongly recommend that you make sure the people have had themselves tested and can display results for a clean bill of health, or at least adequately and effectively protect you in a mutually acceptable way. Same counts for you — we love connecting our bodies, but health comes first, and we need to ensure that we can have the best experiences possible with each other.
No matter how much we check and work to minimise the impact of fake users, there are always some who manage to slip through. If you like Feeld, we ask you to help everyone by always reporting users with whom you have had negative experiences, ones who you believe are fake, or ones who clearly do not fit in our open-minded community and the spirit of its manifesto. The more active help we get from dedicated members, the more we learn how we can protect our space.
We ask members of our community to be mindful of the following situations: If a user is giving you links to sites where you have to pay, someone is asking you to make a payment, (even if they promise to return it later), someone is immediately trying to move away to a different platform, if a user disappears and then appears again under a different name, ot in general, when someone is linking you to other sites. There could be a virus, information theft, or other data abuse at work, so stay aware!
Feeld is about connection, inclusion, acceptance, and respect. Attitudes that violate these principles towards anyone in our community — members and Feeld team alike — will not be tolerated. Discrimination, intimidation, or marginalisation of any kind has no place in the Feeld community. It's up to every one of us to preserve the sense of open, honest, respectful community in our actions and our approaches towards others. If each of us does our utmost to follow this, then we are all doing our part.
Misuse of information will not be tolerated. You should only use photos and information you have permission to use.
Feeld is a space which people would like to enter at any time, without second guessing about when and where we are using it. As much as we believe in honesty and openness, nudity and explicit content will be removed from your profile when found — society is simply not ready yet! We want to provide a comfortable and respectful space for people to explore. You can always expose all your sauciness to your matches in private.
Feeld is an open space for people with curiosities. Being on Feeld doesn't mean someone will fulfil your wishes, sleep with you, or anything else for that matter. Everyone has the right to say no and we respect it. This applies across the board, from their wishes to their information — if they don't want to share, they have the right not to.
Consent is a fundamental principle of Feeld and our belief in people. In the eyes of the Feeld community, nothing should happen without a talk and agreement about consent. Trusting that someone understands what you are comfortable with, the limits to your comfort, and that they won't violate those limits without your agreement — and vice-versa — is essential to the growth of intimacy, authenticity, mutual respect and above all, safety.
Take the time to talk about what you and your partners expect from each other. Take the time to lay out what feeling safe enough to explore together means to all of you who are involved. Take the time to understand what risk-aware consensual kink (RACK), Personal Responsibility, Informed Consensual Kink (PRICK), and Safe, Sane, and Consensual” (SSC) mean.
No one likes, is interested in, or gets turned on by precisely the same things. Some we might have in common, others may be entirely new to you. Just because someone is into something you're not doesn't mean it's any less valid a desire or interest. This is exactly why Feeld was created in the first place — to be a space where people can co-exist in their individual understandings of sexuality, desire, curiosities with respect and openness. As such, bullying, mobbing, harassment, and stalking have no place in our community.
We are a real community of real people, looking for real connection and experiences. Fake profiles, catfishing, and other forms of falsified personas and identities will not be tolerated. If you have used a fake identity, you will not be allowed on the platform anymore.
If people feel uncomfortable with their curiosities, Feeld can be a place where they start looking around and see that others have the same curiosities too. We want you to feel a part enough of a safe community to be your real authentic self, expressing your real, authentic desires — without the false pretences or acts we might feel obligated to use in our lives otherwise. Our mission is to normalise sex and sexuality. If we still wear masks, nothing about that will change. This doesn't mean that our community need expose themselves in ways they're not ready to. We of course offer the opportunity to remain hidden from people who might know you by using Incognito, but the overall mindset should be that this is a place where people understand they have curiosities and accept them.
Please remember that on the other side of the screen there are real humans, who work devotedly day and night to make Feeld a safe space for your adventures and explorations. Same as yourself we have human thoughts and emotions and if you treat us disrespectfully, please don’t expect us to tolerate such behaviour. We’ve created this space for happy and open-minded people and reserve the right to exclude from our community anyone, who displays rudeness and verbal aggression towards our team.