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Discussion in 'Adult Photos and Videos' started by andre_slyz, Jul 14, 2014.
Hope you all like!
And being a guy, a "male" avatar would be a better choice.
Also, stop by "Member Introductions"... You'll be glad you did.
And hi to you all too! What a welcome!
Well, welcome Andre, she does look very sexy..
Well welcome! Get that woman to sign up too!
You're very welcome but just a back up on previous repliers, although the pics you post are hot, this is more like a discussion friendly place. Although I have some pictures too, that is not the thing. You may have none at all and be a very significant person here. It would be better to tell something about yourself(selves) too. I guess that was what the previous repliers were implying.
It's ok to want to show your sexy wife's photos, but this is not essentially a photo sharing place. Join in the forums, discussions - that's better
It seems that the title of this section is Adult Photos and Videos so I choose to use this section mostly!
Seems you've been here a year or so.. But I'll say welcome anyway. Nice pics. Thanks for posting. As far as some of the responses you've gotten, I dunno... Seems like we almost have two separate forum memberships here. The discussion members and the photo video members... It's funny , but I gotta say I love the photos too!!!! So keep em coming !
Both are good 12bb...
I agree with you tri - pod. I love all the discussions but I love the pics also. Wouldn't want just one or the other.
Lol, Tri-pod?? Too funny.,, I don't think I fall into the "Tri-pod" category ...,too many guys on here much bigger than me... But I'll take the compliment, thanks
How about discussing this?
What things do you want to know about us/her? I'll try to answer as much as I can!
I guess this is the end of my journey here then?
Why exactly is this the "end of (your) journey here?"
I think he feels left out and disappointed that he hasn't had droves of comments on the pics he posted of his lady. Newer people don't seem to get it that SF has traditionally been a discussion group that doesn't mind seeing new pics/video and not a picture/video group that discusses things. What the long time users see the forum as, vs the perceptions new users get, seem to be very different.
The OP seems mainly interested in posting pics, not adding or joining in discussions. When there's a back story and or running commentary, it easy to join in. When someone posts a pic of their lady's behind and merely says "How about discussing this", I'm like yup... nice heiney... enjoyed looking... but, what more do I have to add without knowing anything about this member or the creation of said images and nothing much to go on besides here's my wife and discuss this?
Prior to the new software, the "Adult Photos and Video" category was at the bottom area of the sections listings, not the uppermost. Graphics and/or links to them in the discussion threads were not only discouraged, but would be removed. This used to be how it was and people joined and stayed largely for the social and discussion aspects of the forum.
Now, the "Adult Photos and Video" category is at the top of the main page. With the new software, some folks decided to add images to their discussion posts. As it seemingly was no longer frowned upon, this became commonplace. The rules of any kind no longer seem to be in a "sticky" anywhere, which leaves the older users knowing what they supposedly are and the newer with no reference. It seems to have really changed the face of this community and the perceptions of it by new arrivals.
If the older members would like to see this changed, it would require banding together in a thread within the feedback and suggestions section. Rob E. always seems to be open to suggestions to make SF better, but just one voice will not change anything. Personally, I think it could be fixed in a few simple steps... 1) Return the "Adult Photos and Video" category to the lower listings. 2) Post the general forum rules, as well as sub forum rules as stickies in each sub form. 3) Return to not allowing pornographic materials and/or links to them in sub forums other than the "Adult Photos and Video" category. 4) Return to the practice of having user mods to assist with general everyday stuff.
The only rules I see that are still clearly defined and readily available to new users is that of avatars, which is stated in red letters in the selection screen. Sadly, people don't follow even these simple rules and now all avatar additions/changes must be manually approved. (Avatars can not contain exposed genitals. Mild nudity is OK. If your avatar is a person, it must be the same sex as your account. Don't use a woman's photo if you are a man and vice-versa).
This seemed like a good time and place to bring this up. It is not intended to hijack andre's thread. Anyone who wants to discuss this can PM me, or start a thread in "Feedback and Suggestions and I will join in.