[NOTE: all posts this month end with an ethical cum tribute.]
Explaining boundaries to people online is REALLY fucking difficult.
For some reason people can mostly understand it in person, when it comes to shit like don’t caress a stranger’s back on the elevator in between floors while humming along to a monotone version of “Summer Breeze” playing over the speakers, or don’t tickle somebody while they’re peeing at a public urinal, or don’t lick food out of the corner of your co-worker’s mouth after they ate a messy hotdog… like, people seem to fucking get why those are boundaries you shouldn’t cross.
But once it’s the internet we’re talking about folks generally tend to lose all fucking sense.
So, for those who may be struggling with how to interact with people online in positive, non-disgusting, ways here are some basic etiquette tips to not coming off as a massive sack:
Read The Bio First
A person’s bio will tell you a little about who they are and, sometimes, about how they’d like to be communicated with! Some folks use their accounts for their profession, some are there to just socialize and make friends, some are there for sexy times and good fun. Read the bio to find out!
Let’s do a test run!
Bio 1: “Loving partner and parent of 3. South Dakota born and raised. Praise jeebus!”
Bio 2: “I’m a fun loving gal who loves having fun and being sexy!”
Which one do you message about the state of your penis today?
FUCKING NEITHER OF THEM!!! NOWHERE IN THOSE BIOS IS ANYONE SAYING THEY WANT TO HEAR A FUCKING THING FROM YOU! Oh my god… if you actually picked one then fucking keep this open in one tab and go read my last post on unsolicited dick pics right now, then come back…
Alright, you done? You back? Okay, let’s continue.
Sexy Pictures Aren’t Invitations to Be A Fucking Creep
See a sexy picture of an attractive person on the internet? Nice! Good for you! Enjoy from afar and then carry on with your day. The vast majority of the human population is able to check out hot people in public and online without being gross and disrespectful, so, you can to!
It’s not very difficult.
If you know the sexy person and have the type of relationship with them where you typically compliment each other’s looks and sexiness, then sure, maybe toss them a compliment this time too! Don’t know them? Don’t say anything unless they explicitly ask for comments!
What you DON’T need to do is jump into their private messages to tell them about how their picture made you so fucking hard that you awkwardly hiked down your baggy shorts and touched yourself on the couch before cumming all over your Terminator shirt and throwing it on top of the rest of your dirty laundry as you fell asleep to the Netflix cue you’re literally never going to fucking get through.
Here’s a sexy pic of my bedroom eyes. NOTE: my sharing this picture is NOT an invitation to message, flirt with, or send me naked images. I do not consent… unless I know you and we do that already.
There’s a Time and a Place for Everything
Contrary to popular belief, just like in the offline world, there are appropriate and inappropriate platforms, places, and communities for sexually explicit behavior online too.
Just like jerking off at the dinner table during a dinner party with friends is NOT fucking okay, posting a video of you splooging all over yourself on your Facebook timeline for all your friends, family, and coworkers to see isn’t okay either.
And generally speaking, people tend to realize that. They know the repercussions of doing so would be far reaching in their life. It’s what actually keeps them from posting that shit on their Facebook timelines for all to see because they know there would be extensive social, legal (pending the ages of folks on their friend lists), and/or professional consequences to it.
Yet that still doesn’t stop many people from doing other shit they know isn’t ethical or consensual online that they would NEVER do offline. Even as we are seeing more fight back from those who receive these unwanted lewds through payback like them sharing unwanted dick pics and naming the sender publicly, a pretty fitting punishment and detractor if you ask me.
The time and place for sending somebody your nudes is when and where they are enthusiastically requested by that person!
If you’re looking for more of an exhibitionist thing then, as I’ve mentioned in past posts, you need to seek out actual exhibitionism communities. They exist fucking everywhere like on exhibitionism Reddit forums, by joining Pornhub and uploading your jerk off vids there, or by joining “Make Love, Not Porn” where people can rent your masturbation vids and you can make some moolah.
So, yeah, there’s NO fucking excuse for forcing others to look at your junk with so many wanting audiences elsewhere… which brings us to my last tip:
If You Wouldn’t Do It Offline, Don’t Do it Online
Would you sit next to somebody’s cute caretaker midday at a public park and start showing them a bunch of polaroid’s of your erections while they tried to cook burgers for a senior’s barbecue? No? Then maybe don’t randomly message your shitty quality nudes to some random person who may be doing god knows what.
While at dinner at a restaurant with your partner, would you loudly proclaim how fucking hot you thought the waitress is, so that everybody turned to watch you mouth yelling the sad details of how bad you are at sex, while sloppily describing exactly what you’re imagining doing to her sexually if your partner wasn’t there with you? Yeah, I didn’t think so. So how about you not message that person on Twitter any of that shit while you’re at dinner with your partner either… or ANY fucking time for that matter.
Would you walk up to your boss to take a picture of their cleavage while they’re literally talking to you about today’s big meeting, then pull out your penis and cum on your phone screen before walking around the office with your oversized cheap pants at your ankles, stumbling around to show everybody who will look your way the awful cum tribute you just did?
Then don’t upload a video of your underwhelming cum tribute to your boss, without their knowledge, online either you fucking dick!
The Internet is this wonderful, bizarre, amazing place where we can enjoy our interests, practice our passions, educate or distract ourselves, and for many, explore our sexuality, gender, kinks, fetishes, relationships and more. But it’s important to not selfishly tread over the comforts and safety of everyone around you in those journeys. Respect the boundaries, autonomy, and consent of others, y’all!
You know who REALLY respects the boundaries of their friends, peers, clients, and more, online? My friend Punkin! They promote their sex work content and post their personal nudes and lewds in appropriate spaces, without exposing themself to non-consenting individuals.
Be like Punkin. Also, go follow them on Twitter because they’re super fucking hot, hilarious, fun, and generally just a really great person.
What the fuck does this have to do with anything? Well, all this month I’m going to be posting more content like this about engaging in sexual activity online both consensually and respectfully. And as part of that I’m also doing some ethical cum tributes! You know, for education! And for funsies.
Here’s my cum tribute to Punkin, which we both discussed and negotiated weeks ago! Communication lines are also still open between us in the event that they request I change something or even take the pic down completely. Because consent can be revoked at ANY time and the right, and also legal, thing to do is respect that.
Want me to do a cum tribute to an image of you? Cool! They’re just $25.00 a pop and I send you at least 2 pics of the cum splatter plus a 15 to 30 second clip of me actually ejaculating onto your image. If interested please DM me on Twitter or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY OR YOU WILL BE BLOCKED!
*18+ only, image MUST be of you or an artist’s rendition of you (fursonas welcome!), it’s $25.00 per cum tribute per image you submit, cum tributes are not started until I receive FULL payment of funds (ask about payment methods). E-transfer option available for Canadians.
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