“I follow three rules: Do the right thing, do the best you can, and always show people you care.” - Lou Holtz
Wormhole is a safe space for all thoughts and insights...no matter the side of the aisle you stand, religion you believe in, sexual relationships you have. We relish in differing opinions and speaking those inner thoughts that no one wants to say. However, we relish this concept respectfully. Wormhole will be monitoring all conversations and reserves the right to ban any user for bullying or harmful language. We do not want to censor conversations, however, bullying will not be tolerated. Below are the rules that we want our community to follow and enforce within each other.
Share your thoughts openly, honestly and respectfully. Basically, you can debate and cuss, just don’t be a dick.
See rule number 1
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Can I remain anonymous?
A. You can share as much or as little as you’d like. Use a name and photo of your choice or a private profile where you can remain anonymous. It is up to you. Share what you are comfortable with. Wormhole does not sell personal information nor will share any of your posts without your consent.
Q. Someone is harassing me on the site. What should I do?
A: Bullying, verbal abuse, and harassment is not tolerated on Wormhole. If you feel a user is violating these terms by committing an offense to you or another user, you can block contact with the user and you can report them. Legitimate offenses will be taken seriously and the user will be removed from the site.
Q What is Wormhole and how does it work?
A: Wormhole is a judgement free space to share your thoughts and feelings. Make a public or private profile to get started. Wormhole will post journals, short stories, and interviews surrounding a weekly theme, followed by an in-depth question. Users can post their thoughts and comments to Wormhole content as well as post their own stories and questions on their personal profile page where other users can reply. Ask questions, interact with users, and make real human connections.
Q. I am having suicidal thoughts. Who can I talk to?
A: Do not sit with your thoughts. Wormhole is a supportive community but does not claim to be professional guidance or therapy. Please get professional help immediately and seek support from friends and family. At the bottom of the Wormhole site there is a link to Crisis Hotline numbers. Alternativiely, please call The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255) or visit suicidepreventionlifeline.org