Male/Female imbalance

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      John
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      What is it about sites like this? I’m new, but I have seen nothing but supportive comments for any pictures posted. This has made me feel a lot better about posting myself, as I have a lockdown gut currently 🙁 As soon as I sort my technical issues, probably next payday, I’ll be happy to participate despite a semi public local profile.

      Posters are welcome to hide their face, so why do women not join in, yet places like pornhub are full of pictures of women who you just know are going to get abuse and threats?

      With the bike rides, the Hull pictures etc., many women are clearly happy to show off their bodies, but not on sites that are clearly supportive of them.

      I mainly joined to overcome my own body issues, but for me, there’s nothing attractive about a bloke or woman flaunting it all and saying look at me, I’m gorgeous, it’s about their personality, their journey, and saying look at me, I may not be perfect, but I’ve got to this point where I feel I can show you my body.

      I don’t know if I’ll get any answers, and please don’t criticise anyone for being brave enough to answer, but male or female, what would it take for you to post revealing pictures of yourself in here?

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      Martin
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      Quite. I have had nothing but supportive comments from any sites where I have posted myself as me.

      I don’t pretend to be the best thing since Tom cruise, leonardo di caprio or Tom daly, but I’d give Sean Connery a go.., and I’ve had nothing but supportive comments where I have posted. And that encouraged me to continue,

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      Ed
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      Women seem to fall into four distinct categories.

      1. Those who enjoy a bit of fun nudity but don’t want to be associated with the porn industry. Usually they keep their identity secret.
      2. Those who are selling content and use the many social, forum and community sites to funnel leads to whatever they are selling.
      3. Those who are nudists and, at best, not interested in things like our community. At worse they would prefer NE to shut down.
      4. Those who like to be seen naked and don’t care who knows. NE is probably too tame for them. Examples have joined in the past but rarely stick around long.

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        John
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        Frustrating, I have been thinking about something like this for a long time, but needed to find a group with the right supportive atmosphere.

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          Ed
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          What I don’t really understand is the problem seems to be getting worse as time goes on. I could swear that 10 years ago it was easier to get women to join the community than it is now.

          This community had two female moderators in the past. One of those was here for almost 3 years.

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