Slutty Submissive Ad is Tasteless Prank in Seattle

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September 13, 2006

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If you've ever gone online to hook up for sex, you know there are always poseurs. People get off just by getting messages without any intention of meeting. Being an attention whore isn't completely counterintuitive for me to understand. Some appearance-obsessed individuals really enjoy ego stroking more than real-life stroking and poking. I figure that if the virtual is better than the real, these folks don't know how to have good sex anyway.

Less logical for me are complete fakers without a picture but a completely inaccurate description or with false info backed by someone else's pics instead of their own. It seems obvious that if met in person instantly we'd notice that they're complete liars or completely delusional at least. Perhaps, they dream that you'll be so horny and desperate to cream that you'll say what the hell. However, the online trick that really leaves me confused is the bait and no switch.

Men or women who put fake ads online for no other reason than to garner attention through instant messages and email over a profile that isn't even their own seem pretty much certifiable. Do they honestly forget that they're not actually the person whose identity they've stolen when their inbox is filled with naughty emails addressed to the movie or porn star look alike they've plundered?

Speaking of twisted according to Andrew Orlowski of The Register UK (09/11/06), one prankster had a far darker reason for posing as a submissive female looking for casual encounters on Craig's List. Jason Fortuny posted all private information received onto his blog. He called it an experiment. Which I suppose it might be if you were a modern day Marquis de Sade who loved to humiliate so-called dominant men.

Some victims were married or provided email addresses from their workplaces causing uproar over online privacy. Myself, I live my life as if I'm already famous, whatever I do in private, I must be ready to defend in public. However, common sense dictates that when someone sounds too good to be true, admitting your married and giving your personal details, might not be the most logical step.

Posted by Will Peters at September 13, 2006 10:39 AM

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Respecting your opinions I’d like to agree this one:
physical submission is not a primary and ultimate goal for me. I can well do without the act itself, cause the pleasure comes somewhere from the brain or heart. Just the anticipation, the thrill is running the excitation.

Posted by: Alex at September 29, 2006 3:23 PM

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