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There was a post that was started by imran1234 approx 7~9 months ago regarding numerous girls who tour in the East and West Midlands.

Quite a few of us, including myslef, had posted on there details of these girls and where they were touring, including

updates on girls who had since retired or new girls who had joined.

This thread appears to have been deleted.

Would the Mods know if there is a reason for this?

Thanks

CT

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The clue was in the topic Heading

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business as usual then

...and would you care to expand on that?

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that it wouldn't be the first time a thread has disappeared without trace

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Ok, let me explain why a thread may disappear as there is always such an uproar about it.

It is usually because it breaks a forum rule or because the original poster has requested to have it taken down which they are fully entitled to.

It would be ridiculous if we had to write a note on the main board every time a thread was deleted 'The thread which disappeared was because of the gay scene', 'The thread which disappeared was because the original poster felt embarrassed about it' and so on.

One of the main rules which gets broken the most and where the majority of threads are deleted is because they have user IDs from adultw0rk in the heading (as the deleted thread mentioned above did) or because of questions asking about admin/problems relating to ** again. It is Galahad's decision at the end of the day and one he feels strongly about, so if you want to ask about a specific girl, ask without putting up her ** user ID, using name and location instead, ie Sophie from Kingsbottom for example.

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Pia,

Thaks for the clarification.

As I pointed out to JKay in my PM to him (he also took the time to explain in full why the thread was removed),

the thread had been there for nearly 10 Months before being pulled down.

Also, If User IDs are being used......then majority of the posts in the request for info ought to be deleted as well,

so that you apply the rule consistently.

As an example, (apologies to Ianburton76, as I have nothing against his post)... but he started athread about

"1bored_housewife", (mentioned in the heading, I must add). The thread is still there now.

How could he have simplified it to Sophie from Kingsbottom"??

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Ianburton76's first thread got deleted and then he put it up again asking why it had been deleted but then realised why and is now asking how to delete his thread.

I rarely delete any of the threads but it happens mainly when it is so obviously from **.

As for simplification from 1bored_housewife I really do not know sorry. I will put it up on the Mods board to discuss because yes I know a tricky one.

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I rarely delete any of the threads but it happens mainly when it is so obviously from **.

As for simplification from 1bored_housewife I really do not know sorry. I will put it up on the Mods board to discuss because yes I know a tricky one.

As already mentioned, most posts are obvious that name or profile is from ** yet they remain on the MB.

(as an example, x13 posts on Page 1 alone have names that can only be from **. If you then opened

these threads, or others, then further recommendations come from that site as well.

In addtiion, these are recommendations from regular punters/contributers on here. One of the

reason given for the removal of the thread concerned was that we were touting these girls (as though

we were their pimps!!). This is as far from the truth as it can get!!

In addtion, if you rarely delete any threads, then this shows inconsistency among the mods.

Apologies for the rant!!

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As already mentioned, most posts are obvious that name or profile is from ** yet they remain on the MB.

(as an example, x13 posts on Page 1 alone have names that can only be from **. If you then opened

these threads, or others, then further recommendations come from that site as well.

In addtiion, these are recommendations from regular punters/contributers on here. One of the

reason given for the removal of the thread concerned was that we were touting these girls (as though

we were their pimps!!). This is as far from the truth as it can get!!

In addtion, if you rarely delete any threads, then this shows inconsistency among the mods.

Apologies for the rant!!

I am actually trying to explain why threads are removed.. As to the reason why I rarely delete any threads it is simply because I am not in here much due to having quite a busy life so do perhaps not look for them as much.

But I have put up a thread asking for Galahad to clarify and there will be some reply back soon (I hope!)

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Thanks, wasn't aiming anything personal at you, just the mods in general.

Looking forward to hearing from G about the clarification.

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In addtion, if you rarely delete any threads, then this shows inconsistency among the mods.

It would be not quite right for the female mods to delete those posts when most if not all of them are advertising on "the other site"

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This how it works, put a purplesite profile name in the subject box such as Xxxhornymiz1xxX it will be deleted, put her name and location then thats ok.

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This how it works, put a purplesite profile name in the subject box such as Xxxhornymiz1xxX it will be deleted, put her name

and location then thats ok.

JKAy, this is not always possible.

Danish Pia stated same as you in her post above. However, when I asked her how Ianburton76 could have put a

name and a location in his post (like you have suggested), Pia replied that even she was stuck and could not come

up with a solution for this.

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This how it works, put a purplesite profile name in the subject box such as Xxxhornymiz1xxX it will be deleted, put her name and location then thats ok.

If you are able to mention name and location in the heading, but then "Xxxhornymiz1xxXi" in the body, would this still get deleted?

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It would be not quite right for the female mods to delete those posts when most if not all of them are advertising on "the other site"

I agree with this .

For this reason, I only delete the actual site name from posts. This is the minimum required from me to stick within Galahad's rules. Any further decisions I abstain from, and Jkay is left to pick up the slack. Sorry Jkay.

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I agree with this .

For this reason, I only delete the actual site name from posts. This is the minimum required from me to stick within Galahad's rules. Any further decisions I abstain from, and Jkay is left to pick up the slack. Sorry Jkay.

No problem!

Now replying to posts above the best I can, I find it most annoying to see pre-mod posters touting A.W profiles some are so blatent that they are from providers or their lapdogs, our rules cover this. When reading replys I apply the sames rules as used for posting field reports, Name, location, contact. as long as they use non A.W details then its fine, many of the A.W girls I visit have their own websites running along with their A.W profiles. so instead of posting XxxWendyxxX from the purple site, if the poster just put Wendy of Bognor then folk could search her out from the FR's.

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This how it works, put a purplesite profile name in the subject box such as Xxxhornymiz1xxX it will be deleted, put her name and location then thats ok.

The Forum Rules and FAQs prohibit "Posting user IDs from the disreputable [purple site] in any manner which could be considered touting." If you are in fact deleting any mention of such an ID in the subject box regardless of whether it could be considered touting or not, then the rules should be changed so that people are aware of it. Maybe then you would find fewer appearing that needed deletion.

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JKAy, this is not always possible.

Danish Pia stated same as you in her post above. However, when I asked her how Ianburton76 could have put a

name and a location in his post (like you have suggested), Pia replied that even she was stuck and could not come

up with a solution for this.

Simple you post her name and location, every profile has her location and post code.

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I agree with this .

For this reason, I only delete the actual site name from posts. This is the minimum required from me to stick within Galahad's rules. Any further decisions I abstain from, and Jkay is left to pick up the slack. Sorry Jkay.

Good for you Claire

Poor JKay seems to get all the ****jobs

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The Forum Rules and FAQs prohibit "Posting user IDs from the disreputable [purple site] in any manner which could be considered touting." If you are in fact deleting any mention of such an ID in the subject box regardless of whether it could be considered touting or not, then the rules should be changed so that people are aware of it. Maybe then you would find fewer appearing that needed deletion.

Simple you post her name and location, every profile has her location and post code.

I think that the above two posts highlight the heart of the issue. Is it illegal to mention an purple site id at all in posts or only if it done in a touting fashion? The rules seem to imply the latter but the (occasionally inconsistent) application implies the former.

To be honest, this whole site's "head in the sand" approach to the purple site must seem hugely preposterous to the casual observer. To use a real life example that I hope doesn't get this post deleted, having to refer to Annabel Squires as "Annabel of Manchester" rather than Tipping the Velvet will make the whole search function both here on the forum and in the FRs a waste of time for those who come here looking for info on this WG, knowing only her purple site name. It must put people off writing FRs and even contributing to the site (which I find excellent in every other respect by the way).

The purple site (we all know which site I mean, how daft that I have to speak in code) is simply a shop window. There are hugely reputable escorts advertising there (including at least two of our moderators) and quite a few scammers, plus a whole range of ladies in between. The vast majority of these advertisers do not have a website of their own and it seems crazy to insist that they do before they are discussed on here. I am a grown up adult and am quite capable of using that site and filtering out the ones I don't want to see. If I come across a gem, I would like to come on here and share. Usually I don't because the lady doesn't have a website, doesn't use her escort name in her user id or doesn't display a telephone number. Furthermore, when I come across someone offering poor service, again I would like to discuss it here. What is the point of putting up a negative FR if I am not allowed to mention the user id? Even if I did put one up with just name and location, how would anyone know who it was on the purple site if her user id is something like EElovesithard.

I am sure that posters are deserting this site for others where the purple site can be discussed freely and even worse, being put off submitting FRs here because of this policy. Far easier to post an FR on the purple site itself if you really want to.

It's 2012 for goodness sake. The purple site is the biggest resource for finding WGs in the whole country. Shouldn't we be able to discuss it's merits and drawbacks openly? Wouldn't that be in the punters best interests ? Banning discussion on members of that site simply helps propgate all of the problems the site is known for.

It's Gs site, and it'll be his decision as to whether this policy stays or not. However, I thought it time that I registered my concern over this policy, the damage it does to this site's credibility and usefulness and the consequential lack of impact we can have in improving the other sites usefulness.

YMMV

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Gentlemen (and any interested ladies) - this subject is naturally under discussion between the mods and we are waiting for further clarification and instructions from the boss on this one. In the meantime, further opinions are welcomed provided they are voiced civilly as always!

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I'm afraid I agree with KK. I think G has painted himself into a corner where A W is concerned. I had a look at it when it first started and it seemed like just another scam site. a handful of proflies scattered around the country, most of them obvious fakes, and every one charging £130 an hour.

Maybe it was just a case of being in the right place at the right time, but they soon attracted genuine ladies, went from strength to strength, and can no longer be ignored.. I know they pulled some scams with fake FRs in the early days, which for G means.a lifetime ban, and this is what I mean about painting himself into a corner, because now, even though A W is just a shop window for escorts to advertise in, those same escorts can only be mentioned obliquely, on here, even though they themselves have done nothing wrong. While this is fair enough for a girl who joins an agency which has broken the rules, all she's doing on A W is advertising herself, she shouldn't be disadvantaged for that. As KK says, even two of the mods advertise there.

It's not even as if it serves a niche market which G can ignore, there are women who've come off the streets (and having somewhere to promote themselves other than a street corner can only be a good thing) and escorts charging £200 an hour and more.

G has always prided himself on the integrity of the FR system here, A W's feedback and FRs are more like you'll find on ebay, where you have to judge the integrity for yourself. There are currently 19,103 ladies advertising escort services over there, how can putting restrictions on the reporting of that many ladies maintain the integrity of the FR system here? It can't, surely.

I know it's your site G, and your rules are THE rules, but come on get yourself out of that corner, acknowledge A W is here to stay, accept that they're not the same as when they started out, and let's get this site back to dicussing the paid sex industry (ALL of it) without having to use colour codes.

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Edited by Joe Blob

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I know it's your site G, and your rules are THE rules, but come on get yourself out of that corner, acknowledge A W is here to stay, accept that they're not the same as when they started out, and let's get this site back to dicussing the paid sex industry (ALL of it) without having to use colour codes.

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As you say, its his site.

But Adultw0rk is basically todays equivalent of telephone box cards. Theres gems but also anyone can stick up a profile. scammers, fakers, girl not in the photos, etc..

I search in a 10 mile radius of my house and I can safely say 2 thirds are scams.... some apparently with "feedback"

These scammers are adult w0rks s problem. But they arent going to sort it. If it spreads onto here then it would be harder to punt with legitimate service providers as the scammers would be posting on here giving feedback on fake girls..

It may surprise people but you can talk about adult work girls, even give FRs

But if your a first time poster, a newbie, then its going to come across as toghtng a scam...

Or If youve got 4,000 posts under your belt and you say you saw lucy in Mk off adultw0rk under the profile Juicy lucy and she was great then obviously it would hold more weight as being true rather than a scam.

Sorry but even I recently got caught out my an A W scammer...and posted about it...

Those posts are still up. cos its useful information for other punters..

If its starting to look like obvious scamming, then I applaude the mods for taking action..

Edited by Overworked

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We posted years ago about the shambles of being able to discuss 'purple site' girls, but not A-W girls, the idea of which, looks just as ludicrous today as it always has done.

There are valid points from both sides, but if PunterNet still prides itself on the one hand, of imparting valuable infomation to punters, then in the next breath says - 'you can't mention xxxSexySuzyxxx but you CAN call her Suzy from Clapham, even though no-one then will know wtf you're on about', then the situation elevates from 'ludicrous' to 'totally pointless drivel'.

As we see it, and as we saw it back then, there should either be a blanket ban on A-W enquiries, or ALL enquiries should be able to stand, without having to talk in code. These could then either be proven as genuine, or as scams, through their own merits and though those of the punters.

As it stands, the whole situation is akin to Yahoo refusing to acknowledge that Google exists.

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