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Re: #TagTheSponsor Warning
« Reply #15 on: 05 July 2015, 01:24:18 am »
If you are dumb enough  to post yes I will come stay at your place and be a fuck dolly for a flight and a holiday on social media...you are exposing yourself already,the site isn't doing that for you.

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« Reply #16 on: 05 July 2015, 09:46:11 am »
Can't stand how we all judge each other at the end of the day we all sell sex weather on adult work, punter net, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or the like. A website set up purely to slut shame women because of this is just more online misogyny which we should all deplore IMO. Some of the responses here take on a very superior attitude. Maybe a bit of jealousy about the dosh etc they can make just saying.
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« Reply #17 on: 05 July 2015, 10:19:05 am »
Can't stand how we all judge each other at the end of the day we all sell sex weather on adult work, punter net, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or the like. A website set up purely to slut shame women because of this is just more online misogyny which we should all deplore IMO. Some of the responses here take on a very superior attitude. Maybe a bit of jealousy about the dosh etc they can make just saying.
I don't think we are judging at all, they are sex workers same as us just their bookings and ways of getting bookings are different from ours, we are all highly aware here of nastiness against sex workers and you're right it's nasty, jealousy defiantly not in my case, curiosity yes, it's interesting. Good luck to them but I think a lot of them are extremely naive when it comes to their privacy x
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« Reply #18 on: 05 July 2015, 11:09:58 am »
Can't stand how we all judge each other at the end of the day we all sell sex weather on adult work, punter net, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or the like. A website set up purely to slut shame women because of this is just more online misogyny which we should all deplore IMO. Some of the responses here take on a very superior attitude. Maybe a bit of jealousy about the dosh etc they can make just saying.


Most of these sugar baby girls (i know many and I have my own sugar daddy who pays all by bills so I am not 'jealous' when i live this lifestyle myself) look DOWN on escorts and do the 'im not a prostitute line' the whole point of the site is telling them to 'tag their sponsor' i.e don't go around saying how you're not an escort, being a SWERF and flashing how rich you are from your 'business' and 'modelling'. being an escort is fine and being a sugar baby is fine but these girls are very very ANTI sex work and they shame sex workers ALOT.

If they identified as sex workers it would be on thing but they go on and on about 'whore's' 'hoes' and how different they are. which is the point of the site....to show it's ALL sex work.

I personally know someone who is on there and a good half of her posts was her saying how she's rich from her protien shakes and escorts are disgusting while arranging bookings in her messages....

i did not feel sorry for her....

and i still do not...

they're SWERFs and i don't defend swerfs...


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« Reply #19 on: 05 July 2015, 11:30:40 am »
Can't stand how we all judge each other at the end of the day we all sell sex weather on adult work, punter net, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or the like. A website set up purely to slut shame women because of this is just more online misogyny which we should all deplore IMO. Some of the responses here take on a very superior attitude. Maybe a bit of jealousy about the dosh etc they can make just saying.


Most of these sugar baby girls (i know many and I have my own sugar daddy who pays all by bills so I am not 'jealous' when i live this lifestyle myself) look DOWN on escorts and do the 'im not a prostitute line' the whole point of the site is telling them to 'tag their sponsor' i.e don't go around saying how you're not an escort, being a SWERF and flashing how rich you are from your 'business' and 'modelling'. being an escort is fine and being a sugar baby is fine but these girls are very very ANTI sex work and they shame sex workers ALOT.

If they identified as sex workers it would be on thing but they go on and on about 'whore's' 'hoes' and how different they are. which is the point of the site....to show it's ALL sex work.

I personally know someone who is on there and a good half of her posts was her saying how she's rich from her protien shakes and escorts are disgusting while arranging bookings in her messages....

i did not feel sorry for her....

and i still do not...

they're SWERFs and i don't defend swerfs...
What is a swerf? And yes I agree they look down on prostitutes. I don't have a sugar daddy but I can afford luxuries myself, I think good luck to them as I couldn't do what they do.

I know of a girl that rinses men in this way and she thinks her poop don't stink x
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« Reply #20 on: 05 July 2015, 11:49:21 am »
^Sex work excluding radical feminist, which this doesn't have much to do with as I don't see them proclaiming radfem views, unless I'm missing something...

I understand the frustration at sugar babies that "look down" on us, but guess what? The way to make them realise what they do is sex work too.... Isn't to shame all sex workers, which from what I can see this site is doing. It doesn't exactly seem to respect the fact that what they're doing is sex work, does it? This isn't good for us either, but if you will accept one brand of misogyny simply because it is directed at women you don't like, then fine. Nothing new there then. ::)

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« Reply #21 on: 05 July 2015, 11:54:42 am »
I never said I don't like them,  ??? I agree that forums that are vile about sex workers should be taken down, I have no problem with a street hooker or a high class tart, we are all in the same boat x
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« Reply #22 on: 05 July 2015, 11:55:20 am »
I wasn't directing that part of the post to you, Nia.

Nia Hope

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« Reply #23 on: 05 July 2015, 12:03:27 pm »
I wasn't directing that part of the post to you, Nia.
The site is horrible about these girls but in this business I think we have to accept that some men are going to make disgusting comments about us, it's damage limitation I think, the internet age throws up a lot of exposure which you can use to your advantage of course, but on the same note sex workers such as sugar babies should be more aware of where Instagram and stuff like that gets.

I'm not even on Facebook, sugar baby arrangements are fine I think if you're discreet, some of these girls are flashing rolexes and cases of cash all over their Instagram! Keep it to yourself, be discreet! X
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« Reply #24 on: 05 July 2015, 12:26:19 pm »
I don't think you should censor yourself to cater to misogynists.

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« Reply #25 on: 05 July 2015, 12:30:32 pm »
I've no interest in the site and haven't looked at the link, but if this is some sort of forum I'll remind everybody that discussion of these (whether slagging them off or not) is off topic here, and that most certainly includes discussion of people who are not here to participate themselves. Keep it general, please.
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« Reply #26 on: 05 July 2015, 12:39:25 pm »
Well, it's likely that part of their marketing appeal is not being an obvious hooker. A model who is available for the select few who can afford it has appeal to the select few.


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« Reply #27 on: 05 July 2015, 12:44:14 pm »
^Sex work excluding radical feminist, which this doesn't have much to do with as I don't see them proclaiming radfem views, unless I'm missing something...

I understand the frustration at sugar babies that "look down" on us, but guess what? The way to make them realise what they do is sex work too.... Isn't to shame all sex workers, which from what I can see this site is doing. It doesn't exactly seem to respect the fact that what they're doing is sex work, does it? This isn't good for us either, but if you will accept one brand of misogyny simply because it is directed at women you don't like, then fine. Nothing new there then. ::)

Nik Richie who owns Tag your sponsor has been doing this for years. literally years.

he also owns 'the dirty'. Those of us in the SB community are very aware of these sites and him, they are the SB equivilent of the god awful forums that escorts have. I am just as deep in the SB community as I am in the escort community and I have known about this man for a very long time.

tag your sponsor isn't relevant to sex workers. it is relevant to pseudo celebrities and 'instagram celebrities' and 'models'. The dirty his other site is more relevant to us. When you get to that level and you are all over social media then it is a risk you take.

If I was to create an instagram today with photos of all my exploits and all my cash and bags and shoes logic dictates that there is a chance at any point someone might become intrigued by my fabulous life and steal my photos.

The same way the girls who decided to flash how much they make in that c4 documentary should have been mentally prepared for the backlah displaying your lifestyle on social media is the same thing.

When you choose to broadcast how much you make this is the risk you take...tbh Nik Richie is the least of their problems....I'd be more concerned about security,hmrc,irs, etc.

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« Reply #28 on: 05 July 2015, 12:51:25 pm »
Well, it's likely that part of their marketing appeal is not being an obvious hooker. A model who is available for the select few who can afford it has appeal to the select few.

Yep.

It's also important to remember that for most of these girls their personal/vanilla facebook/ instagram is actually their main form of advertising. So you upload photos everyday and include your 'booking info' to recieve bookings. And recieve bookings via the email. Some have agents/pimps who control the email.

This sort of advertising is very risky and being outed is a risk you take when you take bookings via your civvie social media.


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« Reply #29 on: 05 July 2015, 01:28:12 pm »
I don't think you should censor yourself to cater to misogynists.
I agree but if you don't then you have to expect pigs like these will bully you, it's not right but that's how it is in the real world, I censor myself to protect my daughter ultimately x
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