Quilt Community Guidelines

Last updated April 13, 2022

Quilt is for anyone who has been searching for a kind place to hang out. In other words, Quilt is for everyone.

What makes Quilt different from other social networks is how we treat each other. This doesn’t mean having to be friends with everyone. It just means treating everyone you come across with respect. That’s it!

Here, you can be yourself. (As long as you’re not an asshole.) If you’re not sure what being an asshole looks like, we’ve set some ground rules to help make it super clear. If you ever come across anyone violating these rules, please contact our team and we will, very politely, suspend their account.

Also, you must be 18 or older to join this Community.

House Rules

1) Be kind

We don’t allow any behavior negatively directed at anyone on Quilt, on or off the app, period.

Hate speech

We practice zero tolerance when it comes to speech targeting a person’s race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, sex, gender, gender identity, disability, or political affiliation.

Harassment and bullying

Don’t bother people, ok? This looks like insulting, mocking, or hassling other quilters whether verbally or in content you post to Quilt. If you’re upset, try taking a deep breath.

Threats and intimidation