Policies and Safety

When you use StuffToDoAtHome.com, you join a community of people from all over the world. We call these people ‘Stuffers’.  Every cool, new community feature on StuffToDoAtHome.com involves a certain level of trust. All of our users respect that trust and we trust you to be responsible too. Following the guidelines below helps to keep StuffToDoAtHome.com fun and enjoyable for everyone.

You might not like everything you see on StuffToDoAtHome.com. If you think content is inappropriate, use the flagging feature to submit it for review by our StuffToDoAtHome.com staff. Our staff carefully reviews flagged content to determine whether there’s a violation of our Community Guidelines.

Here are some common-sense rules that’ll help you steer clear of trouble. Please take these rules seriously and take them to heart. Don’t try to look for loopholes or try to lawyer your way around the guidelines—just understand them and try to respect the spirit in which they were created.

Nudity or sexual content

StuffToDoAtHome.com is not for pornography or sexually explicit content. If this describes your content, even if it’s about yourself, don’t post it on StuffToDoAtHome.com. Also, be advised that we work closely with law enforcement and we report child exploitation.

Harmful or dangerous content

Don’t post Content that encourage others to do things that might cause them to get badly hurt, especially children. Content showing such harmful or dangerous acts may get age-restricted or removed depending on their severity.

Hateful content

Our products are platforms for free expression. But we don’t support content that promotes or condones violence against individuals or groups based on race or ethnic origin, religion, disability, gender, age, nationality, caste, sexual orientation, or gender identity, or content that incites hatred on the basis of these core characteristics.

Violent or graphic content

It’s not okay to post violent or gory Content.  Don’t encourage others to commit specific acts of violence.

Harassment and cyberbullying

It’s not ok to post abusive Content and comments on StuffToDoAtHome.com. If harassment crosses the line into a malicious attack it can be reported and may be removed. In other cases, users may be mildly annoying or petty and should be ignored.

Spam, misleading metadata, and scams

Everyone hates spam. Don’t create misleading descriptions, tags, titles, or thumbnails in order to increase views. It’s not okay to post large amounts of untargeted, unwanted or repetitive content, including comments and private messages.


Things like predatory behavior, stalking, threats, harassment, intimidation, invading privacy, revealing other people’s personal information, and inciting others to commit violent acts or to violate the Terms of Use are taken very seriously. Anyone caught doing these things may be permanently banned from StuffToDoAtHome.com.


Respect copyright. Only upload content that you made or that you’re authorized to use. This means don’t upload content you didn’t make or use content in your StuffToDoAtHome.com that someone else owns the copyright to, such as music tracks, snippets of copyrighted programs, or content made by other users, without necessary authorizations.


If someone has posted your personal information or uploaded StuffToDoAtHome.com of you without your consent, you can request removal of content based on our Privacy Guidelines.


Accounts that are established to impersonate another Stuffer or individual may be removed under our impersonation policy.

Child Safety

Content that targets young minors and families but contains sexual themes, violence, obscene, or other mature themes not suitable for young audiences, is not allowed on StuffToDoAtHome.com.

StuffToDoAtHome.com doesn’t allow content that endangers the emotional and physical well-being of minors. A minor is defined as someone under the legal age of majority — usually anyone younger than 18 years old in most countries/regions.

If you find content that violates this policy, report it. If you believe that a child is in danger, you should contact your local law enforcement to report the situation immediately.

If you wish to report Content, use our reporting tool.

If a Stuffer’s on- and/or off-platform behavior harms our users, community, employees or ecosystem, we may respond based on a number of factors including, but not limited to, the egregiousness of their actions and whether a pattern of harmful behavior exists.

Our response will range from suspending a Stuffer’s privileges to account termination.