Discord Best Practices

Discord Best Practices

Newcomers to Discord

If you’re new to the Discord platform, here’s a great introduction on their site

Approval for Full Server Access:

See info here about partial v. full server access. If you’ve met a mod dm the mod team (@minkymods) with who you met, when, and what name they would know you by or email us at [email protected] with the above information and your discord username. If you haven’t met a mod be sure to join the server which will give you partial access. The best way to meet a mod and be age verified for full server access is at one of our Online Munches. We post munch event info on Discord and fetlife and will send out invites via our email list.

Content Notes

As part of community discussions, sensitive topics will (and should!) come up. Some of them will not be a surprise (this is an adults-only, kink focused server), but we ask that you use content notes (aka content or trigger warnings) when discussing certain subjects.

Content notes are required if you’re discussing one of the play topics mentioned in the Code of Conduct as needing sensitivity in a party space (ie: heavy consenual non-consent, raceplay, etc) or a topic likely to carry trauma for community members (ie: sexual assault, dysphoria, etc).

Some of the possible topics to flag include:

  • Homophobia
  • Biphobia
  • Transphobia
  • Racism
  • State Violence
  • Domestic/Partner Abuse
  • Sexual Assault
  • Body Dysmorphia
  • Gender Dysphoria
  • Anti-Semitism
  • Islamophobia
  • Grooming Behavior
  • Incest

If you are opening a new discussion with one of these topics or themes or you are commenting on a thread with that content for the first time, please start your post with “cn//”, the topic you are flagging, and then a line break before the rest of your post.