I keep giving my timestamped pictures to guys who want to join female-only communities.

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Dismal purple said:
"how has that group not noticed that your pic has regularly been applying"
The chat group was a one off thing that only lasted for a few days. The other times I've lent my picture it was for online games and forums. So only one time per community.
You're giving the power to all parties involved to tie your words to your picture; whatever is said will be tied to YOU, not to the person that said it. I hope you realize that can have some real negative consequences. Geotagging, image searches, etc - it doesn't take too long to start putting together a picture of who you are - and I hope that doesn't come back to bite you but you should really be careful about giving someone your face to use as their identity.
 

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SmugFrog said:
Dismal purple said:
"how has that group not noticed that your pic has regularly been applying"
The chat group was a one off thing that only lasted for a few days. The other times I've lent my picture it was for online games and forums. So only one time per community.
You're giving the power to all parties involved to tie your words to your picture; whatever is said will be tied to YOU, not to the person that said it. I hope you realize that can have some real negative consequences. Geotagging, image searches, etc - it doesn't take too long to start putting together a picture of who you are - and I hope that doesn't come back to bite you but you should really be careful about giving someone your face to use as their identity.
I don't have gps enabled, and I always clear the exif data of anything I upload on the internet. Image searches only work if you upload the exact same image to several places. You failed to mention facial recognition softare which can become a real threat in the future, but I don't have a facebook account so the damage from that would be mitigated. Very few people know my face and my address at the same time. I'm off the social grid so I might as well make the most of it.

Edit:
Angry foreigner shows his face but he hasn't gotten doxxed yet. Even though a lot of people hate him and would like to get to him.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hel1ifQOSo0
 

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Well it seems like a breach of trust, so I think it is a dickish thing to do as well.

Perhaps if it was to serve a better purpose, like getting access so you can expose how bad a community is, that might have been okay. But this just seems like a spiteful thing to do.
 

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maninahat said:
Well it seems like a breach of trust, so I think it is a dickish thing to do as well.

Perhaps if it was to serve a better purpose, like getting access so you can expose how bad a community is, that might have been okay. But this just seems like a spiteful thing to do.
So purposefully deceiving others to get into a community so private you must deceive others to get into it just to show what mean words people say when they believe they are with a crowd that won't be offended by them is somehow an excusable reason but getting free gifts isn't?
If they are taking such efforts to maintain privacy then it doesn't matter how offensive what they say is so long as it is not plans or calls for action that may harm others.
No, I don't think "mean words" are enough. I was more thinking about exposing paedophile rings or internet fraud: things that actually justify an infiltration. I don't think sneaking into the equivalent of a girl's pyjama party will ever be justified in that way however.
 

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Kinda just sounds like shit someone who is really bored and doesn't really have much going on does tbh. I don't really get the point of this thread. If you find this kinda the highlight of the day or whatever, asking people how much of a dick you are, it just reminds me of those porn Reddit posts where the title is like "Am I doing this right?(insert random emoji here)" when its just a pic of their tits or ass or something.

Like, you know what you're doing and you got nothing better than fishing for replies I guess. Sorry if I'm mean cause the internet, but really, what is this other than that?
 

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Kinda just sounds like shit someone who is really bored and doesn't really have much going on does tbh. I don't really get the point of this thread. If you find this kinda the highlight of the day or whatever, asking people how much of a dick you are, it just reminds me of those porn Reddit posts where the title is like "Am I doing this right?(insert random emoji here)" when its just a pic of their tits or ass or something.

Like, you know what you're doing and you got nothing better than fishing for replies I guess. Sorry if I'm mean cause the internet, but really, what is this other than that?
You got me. I made up everything in this thread because I was lonely and wanted someone to talk to me.
 

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Dismal purple said:
natenate95 said:
Kinda just sounds like shit someone who is really bored and doesn't really have much going on does tbh. I don't really get the point of this thread. If you find this kinda the highlight of the day or whatever, asking people how much of a dick you are, it just reminds me of those porn Reddit posts where the title is like "Am I doing this right?(insert random emoji here)" when its just a pic of their tits or ass or something.

Like, you know what you're doing and you got nothing better than fishing for replies I guess. Sorry if I'm mean cause the internet, but really, what is this other than that?
You got me. I made up everything in this thread because I was lonely and wanted someone to talk to me.
I'll talk to you, just send me a time-stamped picture of yourself that I can send to you so that you think I'm a girl and not some creepy guy who... Wait...

Fuck it, nevermind, I see the flaw in my plan
 

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DrownedAmmet said:
Dismal purple said:
natenate95 said:
Kinda just sounds like shit someone who is really bored and doesn't really have much going on does tbh. I don't really get the point of this thread. If you find this kinda the highlight of the day or whatever, asking people how much of a dick you are, it just reminds me of those porn Reddit posts where the title is like "Am I doing this right?(insert random emoji here)" when its just a pic of their tits or ass or something.

Like, you know what you're doing and you got nothing better than fishing for replies I guess. Sorry if I'm mean cause the internet, but really, what is this other than that?
You got me. I made up everything in this thread because I was lonely and wanted someone to talk to me.
I'll talk to you, just send me a time-stamped picture of yourself that I can send to you so that you think I'm a girl and not some creepy guy who... Wait...

Fuck it, nevermind, I see the flaw in my plan
Unlike some people I don't think guys are creepy or dangerous so it's cool.
 

natenate95

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Dismal purple said:
natenate95 said:
Kinda just sounds like shit someone who is really bored and doesn't really have much going on does tbh. I don't really get the point of this thread. If you find this kinda the highlight of the day or whatever, asking people how much of a dick you are, it just reminds me of those porn Reddit posts where the title is like "Am I doing this right?(insert random emoji here)" when its just a pic of their tits or ass or something.

Like, you know what you're doing and you got nothing better than fishing for replies I guess. Sorry if I'm mean cause the internet, but really, what is this other than that?
You got me. I made up everything in this thread because I was lonely and wanted someone to talk to me.
Nah I believe you. Really doesn't matter either way.

If you want an answer to your first question, ya you're an asshole but in a really shallow, who cares internet-y kind of way. Like if you could act out clickbait kinda deal.
 

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Dismal purple said:
tippy2k2 said:
...what?

erttheking responded so I assume that combination of words you put down makes sense in some context but I have no clue what you're asking.

Am I old? Is this my turning point where I don't know what them darn kids are talking about nowadays?
One day I was reading a contact thread with a friend of mine. In the thread some girls were assembling a girls-only chatroom, they required that you post a picture of yourself before joining. My friend asked me if I could give him a picture of myself so he could join it. I sent him a picture of myself and he started chatting with these girls. They just talked about periods though so he left pretty soon. But I kept doing it with other friends; Giving them pictures of myself so they could pretend to be girls on the internet for various purposes, including joining female-only forums, but also convincing guys in videogames to give them free stuff. We have done it on four different occasions now. My friends are more ruthless than me so they can use my looks better than I ever could.
They're not real men if they get nervous about menstruation.

Also sooner or later they might find out.
 

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Marik2 said:
Dismal purple said:
tippy2k2 said:
...what?

erttheking responded so I assume that combination of words you put down makes sense in some context but I have no clue what you're asking.

Am I old? Is this my turning point where I don't know what them darn kids are talking about nowadays?
One day I was reading a contact thread with a friend of mine. In the thread some girls were assembling a girls-only chatroom, they required that you post a picture of yourself before joining. My friend asked me if I could give him a picture of myself so he could join it. I sent him a picture of myself and he started chatting with these girls. They just talked about periods though so he left pretty soon. But I kept doing it with other friends; Giving them pictures of myself so they could pretend to be girls on the internet for various purposes, including joining female-only forums, but also convincing guys in videogames to give them free stuff. We have done it on four different occasions now. My friends are more ruthless than me so they can use my looks better than I ever could.
They're not real men if they get nervous about menstruation.

Also sooner or later they might find out.
It's not nice to hold men's masculinity hostage just because they do things you don't like. How would you feel if someone told you you're not a real woman if you don't know how to play with babies or are nervous around guys?
 

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Dismal purple said:
Marik2 said:
Dismal purple said:
tippy2k2 said:
...what?

erttheking responded so I assume that combination of words you put down makes sense in some context but I have no clue what you're asking.

Am I old? Is this my turning point where I don't know what them darn kids are talking about nowadays?
One day I was reading a contact thread with a friend of mine. In the thread some girls were assembling a girls-only chatroom, they required that you post a picture of yourself before joining. My friend asked me if I could give him a picture of myself so he could join it. I sent him a picture of myself and he started chatting with these girls. They just talked about periods though so he left pretty soon. But I kept doing it with other friends; Giving them pictures of myself so they could pretend to be girls on the internet for various purposes, including joining female-only forums, but also convincing guys in videogames to give them free stuff. We have done it on four different occasions now. My friends are more ruthless than me so they can use my looks better than I ever could.
They're not real men if they get nervous about menstruation.

Also sooner or later they might find out.
It's not nice to hold men's masculinity hostage just because they do things you don't like. How would you feel if someone told you you're not a real woman if you don't know how to play with babies or are nervous around guys?
It's also not nice to give people tools to infiltrate groups where they are clearly not wanted so...
 

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erttheking said:
Dismal purple said:
Marik2 said:
Dismal purple said:
tippy2k2 said:
...what?

erttheking responded so I assume that combination of words you put down makes sense in some context but I have no clue what you're asking.

Am I old? Is this my turning point where I don't know what them darn kids are talking about nowadays?
One day I was reading a contact thread with a friend of mine. In the thread some girls were assembling a girls-only chatroom, they required that you post a picture of yourself before joining. My friend asked me if I could give him a picture of myself so he could join it. I sent him a picture of myself and he started chatting with these girls. They just talked about periods though so he left pretty soon. But I kept doing it with other friends; Giving them pictures of myself so they could pretend to be girls on the internet for various purposes, including joining female-only forums, but also convincing guys in videogames to give them free stuff. We have done it on four different occasions now. My friends are more ruthless than me so they can use my looks better than I ever could.
They're not real men if they get nervous about menstruation.

Also sooner or later they might find out.
It's not nice to hold men's masculinity hostage just because they do things you don't like. How would you feel if someone told you you're not a real woman if you don't know how to play with babies or are nervous around guys?
It's also not nice to give people tools to infiltrate groups where they are clearly not wanted so...
But at least no one is reinforcing gender roles by calling me a gender traitor.
 

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Dismal purple said:
Marik2 said:
Dismal purple said:
tippy2k2 said:
...what?

erttheking responded so I assume that combination of words you put down makes sense in some context but I have no clue what you're asking.

Am I old? Is this my turning point where I don't know what them darn kids are talking about nowadays?
One day I was reading a contact thread with a friend of mine. In the thread some girls were assembling a girls-only chatroom, they required that you post a picture of yourself before joining. My friend asked me if I could give him a picture of myself so he could join it. I sent him a picture of myself and he started chatting with these girls. They just talked about periods though so he left pretty soon. But I kept doing it with other friends; Giving them pictures of myself so they could pretend to be girls on the internet for various purposes, including joining female-only forums, but also convincing guys in videogames to give them free stuff. We have done it on four different occasions now. My friends are more ruthless than me so they can use my looks better than I ever could.
They're not real men if they get nervous about menstruation.

Also sooner or later they might find out.
It's not nice to hold men's masculinity hostage just because they do things you don't like. How would you feel if someone told you you're not a real woman if you don't know how to play with babies or are nervous around guys?
Well, Marik2's profile says that they're male, so I imagine they'd be a bit confused if someone told them that.
Also, you can't really hold anybody's masculinity hostage. That's not a thing. A dude's masculinity is an internal thing, it can't be taken away from them.
 

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Phasmal said:
Also, you can't really hold anybody's masculinity hostage. That's not a thing. A dude's masculinity is an internal thing, it can't be taken away from them.
Everyone who's seen Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me knows this. And all guys have -> you're right, it's just a myth.
 

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I had to doublecheck with some of my friends to make sure you weren't them and they didn't go and make an escapist account without telling me so as a to tease the site in your own time with what would be for this site rather unfashionable opinions and actions.
Exactly the sort of light trolling with gender stuff that i'd expect of them xP
 

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Dismal purple said:
erttheking said:
Dismal purple said:
Marik2 said:
Dismal purple said:
tippy2k2 said:
...what?

erttheking responded so I assume that combination of words you put down makes sense in some context but I have no clue what you're asking.

Am I old? Is this my turning point where I don't know what them darn kids are talking about nowadays?
One day I was reading a contact thread with a friend of mine. In the thread some girls were assembling a girls-only chatroom, they required that you post a picture of yourself before joining. My friend asked me if I could give him a picture of myself so he could join it. I sent him a picture of myself and he started chatting with these girls. They just talked about periods though so he left pretty soon. But I kept doing it with other friends; Giving them pictures of myself so they could pretend to be girls on the internet for various purposes, including joining female-only forums, but also convincing guys in videogames to give them free stuff. We have done it on four different occasions now. My friends are more ruthless than me so they can use my looks better than I ever could.
They're not real men if they get nervous about menstruation.

Also sooner or later they might find out.
It's not nice to hold men's masculinity hostage just because they do things you don't like. How would you feel if someone told you you're not a real woman if you don't know how to play with babies or are nervous around guys?
It's also not nice to give people tools to infiltrate groups where they are clearly not wanted so...
But at least no one is reinforcing gender roles by calling me a gender traitor.
Neither did Marik. In fact, I'd say getting nervous about menstruation is something that falls within gender sterotypes, because men seem to always want to shy away from that particular subject matter. Marik2 isn't enforcing them, he's stamping on them.
 

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Phasmal said:
Dismal purple said:
Marik2 said:
Dismal purple said:
tippy2k2 said:
...what?

erttheking responded so I assume that combination of words you put down makes sense in some context but I have no clue what you're asking.

Am I old? Is this my turning point where I don't know what them darn kids are talking about nowadays?
One day I was reading a contact thread with a friend of mine. In the thread some girls were assembling a girls-only chatroom, they required that you post a picture of yourself before joining. My friend asked me if I could give him a picture of myself so he could join it. I sent him a picture of myself and he started chatting with these girls. They just talked about periods though so he left pretty soon. But I kept doing it with other friends; Giving them pictures of myself so they could pretend to be girls on the internet for various purposes, including joining female-only forums, but also convincing guys in videogames to give them free stuff. We have done it on four different occasions now. My friends are more ruthless than me so they can use my looks better than I ever could.
They're not real men if they get nervous about menstruation.

Also sooner or later they might find out.
It's not nice to hold men's masculinity hostage just because they do things you don't like. How would you feel if someone told you you're not a real woman if you don't know how to play with babies or are nervous around guys?
Well, Marik2's profile says that they're male, so I imagine they'd be a bit confused if someone told them that.
Also, you can't really hold anybody's masculinity hostage. That's not a thing. A dude's masculinity is an internal thing, it can't be taken away from them.
I noticed that he was male. But I wasn't going to let that stop me from making a point so I feigned ignorance.
erttheking said:
Dismal purple said:
erttheking said:
Dismal purple said:
Marik2 said:
Dismal purple said:
tippy2k2 said:
...what?

erttheking responded so I assume that combination of words you put down makes sense in some context but I have no clue what you're asking.

Am I old? Is this my turning point where I don't know what them darn kids are talking about nowadays?
One day I was reading a contact thread with a friend of mine. In the thread some girls were assembling a girls-only chatroom, they required that you post a picture of yourself before joining. My friend asked me if I could give him a picture of myself so he could join it. I sent him a picture of myself and he started chatting with these girls. They just talked about periods though so he left pretty soon. But I kept doing it with other friends; Giving them pictures of myself so they could pretend to be girls on the internet for various purposes, including joining female-only forums, but also convincing guys in videogames to give them free stuff. We have done it on four different occasions now. My friends are more ruthless than me so they can use my looks better than I ever could.
They're not real men if they get nervous about menstruation.

Also sooner or later they might find out.
It's not nice to hold men's masculinity hostage just because they do things you don't like. How would you feel if someone told you you're not a real woman if you don't know how to play with babies or are nervous around guys?
It's also not nice to give people tools to infiltrate groups where they are clearly not wanted so...
But at least no one is reinforcing gender roles by calling me a gender traitor.
Neither did Marik. In fact, I'd say getting nervous about menstruation is something that falls within gender sterotypes, because men seem to always want to shy away from that particular subject matter. Marik2 isn't enforcing them, he's stamping on them.
If symbolically castrating people by telling them they're not real men counts as stamping out gender roles, sure. But I think most guys want to hold on to their manhood and not have it taken away by people they don't know.