what are the risks of posting your fullbody naked photos on sexforums
Posted Thu Sep 23, 2010 07:45 PM
i know somone could recognise you
what would they be able to do that can really harm your future (like in my case, im 18)
Posted Thu Sep 23, 2010 07:53 PM
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Posted Fri Sep 24, 2010 06:52 PM
you can probably kiss any political career goodbye lol along with a slew of other long shot possibly embarrassing situations. like if youre accused of killing someone, but you didnt do it. but then theyre like "oh but he posed nude online, what else is he hiding?" then people in your town are all "yeah hes a pervert i heard he fucks chickens, i bet he did it" which makes finding an unbiased jury almost impossible. because that sweet old lady might be smiling, but shes really thinking "fry that fucker". so then you get to trial, and everyones thinking lets hurry up and put this pervert behind bars. so they ignore the fact that the glove dont fit, they dont acquit, and you end up in jail. and guess what? your new cell mate saw the photos too, and bubba likes what he sees so hes not gonna wait for you to drop the soap. and now you spend the next 15 years going through appeals, which arent going well because theyve all seen your photos. then you run out of appeals and youre on the table, and the doctor is nervous and cant find your vein because hes seen your pics, but he just keeps sticking you. but then you die. all because you took some pics when you were 18.
Posted Sat Sep 25, 2010 10:34 AM
"But your honor, my client couldn't possibly have done any of the things he's accused of since he was madly posting naked pictures of himself on SexForums. And we have the dates and time-stamps to prove it!!"
I sense a helluva gambit here!!!!
OK, all you perverts need to begin posting naked pics of yourselves at random intervals throughout the day as a prophylactic measure against any accusations that may be forthcoming against you!
Gawddam, I'm gonna set this up as a new thread in the Females section and see what kind of response we get!!
That's bloody brilliant if I say so myself!!
Posted Sat Sep 25, 2010 01:26 PM
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Posted Sun Sep 26, 2010 02:45 AM
OP, you should cherish your privacy! When it's taken from you, it's a terrible thing.
Posted Tue Sep 28, 2010 02:53 AM
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Posted Fri Nov 05, 2010 03:44 AM
It is very easy to download someone's pic and then spread it on the net.
Somebody will probably write "who would do that?" and "why?".
I don't have an answer. Why do people bully other people? Why do people cheat? Why do
people harm? Why do people lie? Why do people betray another?
Once you put your image on, it's never gonna be yours again. Suppose you post on
adult forum. Somebody my copy it and post it on Facebook. You didn't do it, but somebody
did. An angry ex-girlfriend, for instance. Who knows?
One day, suppose you wanna be a teacher, a judge, a politician. That pic may mean the
end of your career.
Even without your face, it may be linked to you. Somebody says all cocks look the same.
It isn't true. For the forensic eye, they're all very different.
What if you're ever accused of something you didn't do? It could be used against you,
to build up a case, to challenge your character.
Suppose somebody decides to use it on a porn site. You may find it nice now, because
you're 18, but as you get older, you may be pissed. Because one thing is to put it
there yourself. The other is to have it stolen from you. It is violence.
It is very naive to think "who'd do that?". There are people doing worst things.
Sometimes, the person who does is also young, doesn't really realize how grave it
You'll have to live with it. At the rate (mis) information circulates on the net, in ten
years, on how many sites do you think your image will have been posted?
Bullies do exist. Angry ex(es) also exist. Jealousy, envious "friends" are also a common
fixture of socializing.
Even if you don't care now, how do you know you won't care in 30 years?
Posting pics on the net is like fucking a complete stranger without a condom.
What about stalkers? Somebody gets a fixation on you. On another thread, you
say you're going to a concert, or something. Person is in your neighborhood. Person
knows what to look for. Knows your tastes and all, because of your posts. Person
goes after you. Having a stalker is one of the worst experiences one can go
through. It is very difficult to get rid of them.
Protect the image of your body as well as you'd protect your body itself.
Posted Sun Nov 07, 2010 12:43 PM
In all honesty, I'm just another drop in the big ocean of naked material on the net... and I don't consider my self that important to think that others might take notice to the point of trying to harm me in any way. I am no politician, nor a religious icon, nothing of the sort... I'm a trained engineer, and if it ever it came out in the circle, most people would think it's odd or funny, but nothing more. Hmm, maybe they'll imagine me naked at the conference table, but that wouldn't be my problem...