The offers you to find new friends, to flirt, to meet people, to play games, etc. You can send comments using photos from your PC or other sites, personal messages, videos, etc.

Of course you can keep the rules provided by, most of them are necessity but there are some really "strict" terms as follows:

When you want to send a comment appears a warning:


Do not upload images with nudity, sexually suggestive content, content harmful to minors, graphic violence, weapons, or gang affiliation or your account may be terminated and all profile information deleted. For more information read our Terms of Service.

Sexually suggestive content is not allowed.

Considerations used to determine if content is sexually suggestive include:

  • Whether breasts, buttocks, stomachs or genitals (clothed or unclothed) are the focal point* of the photo
  • Whether a photo of individuals in minimal or revealing clothing is intended to elicit a sexual response
  • Whether the photo setting is sexually suggestive (e.g. a location generally associated with sexual activity, such as a bed)
  • Whether the subject is depicted in a pose that is intended to sexually arouse the viewer
  • Whether the subject's actions in the photo suggests a willingness to engage in sexual activity (e.g. kissing, provocative posing, fondling)
  • If a subject is minimally clothed, whether the clothing would be acceptable in appropriate public contexts (e.g. swimwear vs. underwear)


These are the craziest rules people have ever seen! Whether a lawyer has ever seen that?

Can they rules be observed?

If not, your comment is deleted by tagged and you get a black score, and if you collect a given number of black scores your account is cancelled without any preliminary warnings. By the report in September 2011 the number of members is 100 million. The question is whether this amount contains all cancelled account too. Probably yes and it explains why so easy to be cancelled by That is why almost each of tagged members has already umpteenth own accounts.

Look at these images, make your own decision, do you agree with them? Or maybe it's just an usual anger provided by

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Last modification: June 21 2012