Category: Safety


Let me start off with a statement- I’m generally not a big fan of SEO, marketing, advertising, etc. I’m a big believer in the idea that if you have quality content and a reliable social network, you should be able to build traffic to your site. It would seem Google agrees:

While SEOs can provide clients with valuable services, some unethical SEOs have given the industry a black eye through their overly aggressive marketing efforts and their attempts to manipulate search engine results in unfair ways. Practices that violate our guidelines may result in a negative adjustment of your site’s presence in Google, or even the removal of your site from our index.

That said, you’ve got to start somewhere!

There’s already a bunch of places to find info on adult promotions. Here are a few I’ve come across:

7 Tips for Better Twitter B2B Marketing

Promote Yourself: A Few Ideas

Fairy Whore Mother

And some general purpose SEO info:

Google’s Guide to SEO

Search Engine Land- How to SEO

Twitter is a valuable resource for promotion. In addition to the tips I’ve given already, here are some directories you can add yourself to:
Twellow
Just Tweet It
Tweet Find
Twitter Counter
Klout

Blogging

Blogging is another excellent way to get your name out there. If you don’t have a blog, start one! I’m a fan of WordPress. There’s a lot of ways to build up traffic for your blog.

When it comes to building traffic to your blog/site, there’s a number of factors to consider. I’m no expert, but I’ll try to cover a few methods such as link exchanges, back links, and directories.

Link Exchanges:

Link exchanging is the process of putting a link to another blog on your site, and vice versa. There are many services that offer to do this for a price, but again I believe in quality over quantity in this area as well. Find a few quality blogs, and contact them to see if they’d be interested in putting a link to your blog if you link to theirs. Search engines like this to be as organic as possible, so don’t submit your site to too many free directories. This might actually decrease your page rank, as your site could be flagged as spam or having fake visitors. Here are a few Adult Directories you may want to try, though I’m not certain how reputable they are… it’s a start, though:

Adult Blog Directory

Porn Blog Catalog

Cam Model Directory

Back Links:

Back Links are links to your blog/site on other sites. There are a bunch of ways to accomplish this. Here are a few good ones:

Fetlife:

Have a Fetlife profile? You should already link to your site in your profile. It doesn’t stop there, though. Join groups relevant to your blog content, and either comment or create threads that link to your content. There is a thin line between sharing relevant content and spamming, so tread lightly. Here’s an example of a thread I started that got me hundreds of unique visitors:

Commenting:

Commenting on other people’s blogs is an easy way to get links back to your site. When commenting, you are usually able to enter a link to your own site. Platforms like WordPress and Blogger do this automatically if you’re signed in. Each time you comment on a blog, it creates a nice, fresh, organic link to our site. Just be careful- make sure you don’t spam other blogs! Your comments should be authentic, relevant, and of a decent length. No “thanks great post!” or “like this post” comments, please! A few tools you might want to set up are Gravatar, Disqus, and Blogger.

Kinda Sketchy Pro Tip: Sites with a .edu domain look better on search engine page rankings. Try commenting on some .edu sites! (you may need to find an unmoderated, defunct blog on a university site.)

Relevant Content:

Another excellent way to get folks to link to your content is… to post good content! I like posts that give a unique and comprehensive take on specific issues. One of the great aspects of blogging is the ability to link to other posts instead of covering everything in one place. By creating topic specific posts, you can create a useful resource for other blogs to link to. Everyone wins!

So, those are some thoughts on SEO. Take it with a grain of salt- I’m not a professional, and I’m not a big fan of online marketing in general… I think it tends to attract a lot of sketchy folks interested in the short sell, who’ll do anything for a buck. This is dangerous, because there’s a ton of personal information out there on the web for those who are willing to mine it and exploit it. Anyways- for professional advice, contact a professional! Here’s two folks who know a thing or two: Domino Damoiselle and Isobel Wren (Lol… no relation! 😀 ) Or, go hang out on forums like Stripperweb . Hopefully this intro post will be useful to a few people!

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I don’t know how popular my last tech post really was, but I wanted to do another one anyway. This one is meant to be more comprehensive, and while the title says it’s for online adult performers, I have a secret… Anyone can use this resource list! :O I heavily favor Free and Open Source Software(FOSS), so most of the things on this list are FOSS. Knowledge is power, so don’t rely on someone else to do something for you – learn it for yourself! Because who the heck am I? I’m sure many of you know  more than I do, but I feel this list is a good place to start. If you have specific items you think I should add, or comments on any of the applications I’ve featured,  please let me know.

I love lists, so without further ado, here you go!

Free Software Lists

GNU.org  – Free (as in Freedom) Software for Windows

Free Software Foundation software directory  – Pretty extensive compilation, but many of them require Linux.

List Of Open-souce Programs(LOOP)– Ubuntu has put together a pretty extensive list of Open Source applications that can replace proprietary Windows software.

SourceForge –  an amazing directory of Open Source projects, boasting 324,000 listings and millions of downloads a day.

Free Awesome Applications

I’ve already covered my favorite video editing, image editing, and encoding applications in my previous post. Here are more of the applications I use quite a bit:

WinSCP– An excellent application for FTP, SFTP, and SCP management.

Wireshark – Very powerful tool, allows you to see all the incoming and outgoing traffic from your computer.

KompoZer – FOSS web editing tool

Pidgin – My favorite messaging/chat application

Online Search Engine Submission

Submit your content to Google

Submit your content to Bing

Additional Resources

Free Email Certificate – Want to make your personal email more secure? Install Thunderbird and get a certificate, which can help protect your real identity.

How Secure Is My Password?  – Shows you how long it would take to crack your password on a PC, and suggestions for making your password more secure.

Free Computer Science Courses – Free online courses offered by Harvard and MIT.

W3Schools – Learn HTML/CSS/PHP/more. Free online web development resource

That should hold you over for now. Eventually I’ll put this into a separate page on this blog… *adds to “To Do” novel*

If you’re already grossed out by the title of this post, just stop reading. This probably doesn’t interest you…

I’ve always been into some of the more extreme forms of fetishism, and few fetishes are more extreme than Human Toilet Servitude. What is Human Toilet Servitude, you ask? You’ve probably already figured it out, but I’ll indulge you anyways.

Human Toilet Servitude is the consumption of urine, feces, and/or menstrual fluid.

“Gross!” “Sick!” “Disgusting!” “Mentally ill!” Yup, I’ve heard it all, and have learned to accept that I’ve got an uncommon fetish, and that’s OK. It’s certainly not for everyone. We all approach sexuality differently, and have our own personal system of risk management. What I hope to achieve here is to outline the comparable risks of STD/STI transmission so those seeking to make the leap from fantasy to reality can make an informed decision. Note, however, that I AM NOT A DOCTOR, and this information is based solely on my own research. IT IS NOT MEDICAL ADVICE.

The Risks

Urine
Consuming urine is a relatively low risk activity. Urine is normally sterile, so the likelihood of transmitting an STD/STI is relatively low. However, if blood is present in the urine which is being consumed, the risk increases. Blood in your urine, called hematuria, can be caused by kidney or bladder infections, prostate cancer, and a number of other diseases. If you experience hematuria, see a doctor.

The other risk associated with drinking piss is the effect drugs that were taken by the person pissing passing through to the human toilet. Be aware of any meds your partner is on, and how they might affect you. Heh, you can also pass vitamins in urine- so it can be a healthy experience!

In general, drink a lot of water before and after drinking piss. There is a lot of sodium in pee, so it’s important not to get dehydrated.

Comparable risks– I’d say drinking someone’s piss is about as risky as French kissing. In fact, French kissing may be higher risk if your partner just brushed their teeth, as that may cause small cuts on their gums which could transmit blood borne disease.

Menses
This is probably the highest risk activity. I’d strongly recommend this only be done with a well known partner 2-3 months after an STD/STI test. Menses is normal human blood mixed with lining from the uterine wall. The biggest risk of transmission includes HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis B & C. However, you will likely be at risk for any blood borne illness.

Comparable risks– this activity would be about as risky as unprotected vaginal sex or IV drug use. Not quite as risky as unprotected anal sex.

Poop
The big one. Not as high risk as menses necessarily, but I’d say the risk is broader. Shit contains dead blood cells, insoluble fiber, fat, bacteria, and is mostly water. The bacteria present in fecal matter are not necessarily harmful, though the biggest risk would likely be E. coli. Normal fecal flora (bacteria) have actually been used to treat C. difficile, a gastrointestinal condition, via Fecal Transplant!
Other gastrointestinal risks include shigellosis, campylobacter, salmonella, yersinia, and amebiasis. These conditions are less common in developed nations, so it makes sense to ask your partner whether they’ve traveled outside the country recently. If you are immunocompromised, these conditions can be very dangerous if not fatal.
The more serious diseases to worry about are HIV and Hepatitis. The easiest way for this to be transmitted is if your partner has tears in their rectum or hemorrhoids, resulting in bright red streaks of blood in their poo.

Comparable risks– Most of the gastrointestinal risks associated with this activity are comparable to eating undercooked meat in an unsanitary dining establishment. If you develop nausea, diarrhea, bloating, or other symptoms soon after eating shit, see your doctor. Most of the GI conditions are treatable with various antibiotics. The more serious risks might be comparable to messy ass to mouth rimming followed by French kissing.

In conclusion, I don’t believe full toilet servitude is more risky than unprotected anal or vaginal sex.

I’ll leave you with a few harm reduction tips to make your play safer:

Don’t brush your teeth immediately after consumption. Brushing can lead to bleeding gums, which could directly infect your bloodstream.
Know your STD/STI status. Get tested at least every 6 months. Share your status with your partner.
When with a new partner or pro, ask about recent travel outside the country. Check to see if there are GI issues common to that area.
Try to have your feeder eat lots of fiber. It will help them have a smoother bowel movement, reducing the risk of anal tears leading to blood in their stool.

Additional Resources:

Manscat Health Forum

STI Risk Chart

CDC STD Basic Facts and FAQs

Again, I’m no doctor… If you see something blatantly incorrect, and have the data to back it up, please comment or email me and I’ll change it.

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