Clapper is all about inclusivity. Part of it is to accommodate different types of creators and offering resources to make their content better. The other part of it is making sure that they are aware of our guidelines, so they can thrive without misunderstandings. We are highlighting and reviewing our guidelines in regards to OnlyFans creators, so they are fully aware of restrictions in regards to content creation.
Even though, we recently highlighted explicit content on Clapper, this is specifically targeting OnlyFans creators. These guidelines have become stricter over time due to new regulations pushed by google and apple, so we want wanted to provide clarity to what those are:
1.1.4 Overtly sexual or pornographic material, defined by Webster’s Dictionary as “explicit descriptions or displays of sexual organs or activities intended to stimulate erotic rather than aesthetic or emotional feelings.” This includes “hookup” apps that may include pornography or is used to facilitate prostitution.Apple’s Guidelines
So, What Are Clapper’s Guidelines?
Here at Clapper, we do not allow pornography or nudity, as well as any other explicit content on our Platform. Creators can add their OnlyFans link to their account and talk about their OnlyFans account, but cannot post any OnlyFans content or explicit videos on our Platform. To be as specific as we can, here are the restrictions.
Restrictions On Content/Livestream/Radio:
- sex toys
- simulation of any sexual activities
- oral sex
- Close up twerking videos
Clapper Fam Tiers Restrictions
We want you to promote your other social media accounts on your profile. However, you can’t offer sexual favors or nude and pornographic content as a benefit on your tiers. Putting overtly sexual information in your bio is not the best way to promote it. We advise you to just put your OnlyFans link and username on your bio. That way, people can just switch over without turning into a violation for explicit content.
Feel free to reach out to us and our team if you ever have questions. DM us at any time on @ClapperCreator or ClapperAcademy. Also, check out our series on Highlighting Community Guidelines.