At Gezel, we are expect excellence in every aspect of what we do, and how the community proseves it. As a member of being part of the community, you are part of what makes this excellent, and respect that you are part of what forms the community in image, and represent our platform. This Conduct Rules are here to help you understand what is and isn’t acceptable in the community and our standards, to help ensure everyone is safe, and having a thriving time in the community.

These rules will adapt overtime. They are the mimiumum requirements for being a part of the community, and here to help you help you know how to act within the platform, treating them with respect, and curtisy. We all ask that the Gezel community help build our standards of what is and isn’t acceptable, to greater build our community. Below are some examples of what each rule stands for, however they are not inclusive. If you have any specific questions, please contact us in our Discord or email us at and we’ll be happy to help.

General Conduct

Whether you are a streamer, a viewer, or something in between there is a minimum standard of conduct you must hold yourself to on Gezel. Your actions and words on and off the platform define you as a person and can have consequences. The rules below are the standards for your actions and words while using Gezel and apply to all stream categories, all chat/message content, and stream content.

Harassment & Hate Speech

Hate speech and the harassment or bullying of other community members will not be tolerated. Hate speech is any message or symbol that promotes, encourages, or facilitates the discrimination, denigration, objectification, harassment, or violence based on race, age, sexuality, physical characteristics, gender identity, disability, military service, religion and/or nationality. If you have to question whether your message violates this rule, don’t send it.

Examples of hate speech include but are not limited to:


Harassment is considered any message or activity targeting someone else with the intent to alarm, annoy, torment or terrorize them. If the streamer or another community member asks you not to make certain remarks, and you continue, that is harassment. If the streamer’s rules say such comments are not welcome, it is harassment.

Examples of harassment include but are not limited to:

Threats and Harm

Content that could result in physical harm or death of you or another person is not allowed on Gezel. Threats are any statement or action with the intention of inflicting pain, injury, damage, or other hostile action against another person. We take threats seriously at Gezel and if we feel there is any warrant or credibility to a threat we will react accordingly.

Examples include but are not limited to:

Sexually Explicit Content & Nudity

Content that is sexually explicit, pornographic, related to child nudity, or obscene and/or contains any sexual violence, harassment, blackmail, or exploitation is strictly forbidden on Gezel. Links to adult sites that do not have a form of user age verification or user account creation before accessing content are also not permitted.

Sexually explicit content would be any content that is:

Content revolving around educational sexual themes is permitted but the key focus should be educating or advising the audience on sexual concepts, not entertaining with those sexual concepts. Any content with these elements should be marked as containing Mature Content.

To report an incident involving the possession, distribution, receipt, or production of child pornography, file a report on the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC)’s website at, or call 1-800-843-5678.


Nudity may only be present in the specific instances outlined in the Special Types of Content section below. Nudity outside of these situations is strictly prohibited. Attire must be socially appropriate for the situation and scenarios cannot be manipulated in a way that allows clothing that would not be normal for the situation. Streams that are done in swim wear must fully cover the chest, buttocks, and genitalia. Streaming from nude beaches, public baths, restrooms, or anywhere that public nudity is acceptable is not allowed.



Profiles are your unique page to show off who you are and share a little bit about yourself. Your profile can be as detailed or brief as you’d like. With profiles and profile pictures we require that you follow the outlined rules above. We recommend that profiles do not contain sensitive personal information.

If any profiles found to not be following our Conduct Rules, the Gezel Community Team reserve the right to change the profile without notice.

Channel Settings

Your channel category and tags must match the primary focus of the stream. Titles and tags cannot contain anything that would violate the Terms of Service. Gezel Staff reserves the right to edit your title, category, and tags at their discretion.

The Mature Content setting is used to designate content that may be for mature audiences. This tag is required for certain types of streams listed in the rules but may also be used to mark your stream as a mature audience only stream at your discretion. All Rules and the Terms of Service still apply to channels with this setting. If your stream frequently contains mature content, you may want to consider permanently enabling this toggle.

Terms of Service Compliance

As a streamer it is your responsibility to ensure your channel, including your content, chat, emotes, and profile remains compliant with the Terms of Service. Inaction or ignorance towards Terms of Service violations could result in a ban. Doing nothing about a violation is the same as partaking in that violation.

Examples of this include but are not limited to:

Event Streaming

Streaming live events without prior authorization from the event organizer is not allowed. Concerts, movies, or other public events are typically protected by copyright and live streams that stream these without permission are not allowed. If you have permission to stream an event please contact Gezel prior to streaming the event to avoid confusion.

Special Types of Content

Nudity in Art

Art is allowed to have nude elements consisting of the chest and/or buttocks being exposed in a non sexual manner. Genitalia is not allowed in art in any form. Art containing any representation of a minor character or model nude is not allowed. Any art containing nudity must be a fabrication of the imagination and not visible nude models. Real life nudity is not permitted in any form. Any models being used for a nude reference must be either covered appropriately when on camera or must be off camera.

Nudity in Games

Games that contain nudity or brief sexual elements but the nudity and sexual elements are not the main focus of the stream or the game are permitted. Games that primarily focus on nude elements or sexual elements are not allowed.

Body Art

Body art is allowed to be streamed on Gezel under specific rules:

Questions / Concerns

If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to the members of the Gezel Community Team by emailing

We sincerely thank you for helping to make Gezel the most amazing streaming community possible.