Forum Guidance

We all like dicks. Don't be one.

The Short Version:

The HomeGlory Forum is a place to connect, share and discuss. It is created here to become a great resource for the gloryhole community but can only do this if members choose to behave in a  responsible and supportive way. Below we set out a code of conduct which we expect all members to adhere to but in short here’s what we ask.

Don’t be a dick.

Stay on Topic.

Be respectful and mindful of others.

Don’t post spammy links or irrelevant links.

Report anything out of order.

Contribute relevant stuff.

Don’t be a dick.

Here’s the longer version.

This is a civilized place for connecting with other gloryhole fans, sharing stories and discussing all things related to gloryholes and the people who use them. By participating in this forum, you are agreeing follow this Code of Conduct.

With this Code of Conduct, we hope to help you understand how best to behave in the HomeGlory members Forum, what you can expect from moderators, and what type of actions or content may result in temporary or permanent suspension from forum participation. We will investigate any abuse reports and may moderate public content within the Community that we feel is in opposition to the aims and spirit of this forum.

HomeGlory users worldwide bring wildly different perspectives, ideas, and experiences, and range from people who are thinking about trying a gloryhole in a public place, those who have built their own, those who have bought a gloryhole online and those who just like fantasising about gloryhole play. We are committed to making HomeGlory and the HomeGlory Forum a welcoming environment for all the different voices and perspectives here, while maintaining a space where people are free to express themselves.


In the interest of fostering an open and welcoming environment, we as contributors and maintainers pledge to making participation in the HomeGlory Forum a harassment-free experience for everyone, regardless of age, body size, ability, ethnicity, gender identity and expression, level of experience, nationality, personal appearance, race, religion, or sexual identity and orientation.