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Guest
Posted: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 10:27:57 AM

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Ok so this has probably been discussed before a million times, but on my forum search it comes up zero?! WHY are there so many fakes on here and is anything done to moderate them?

Im not talking about the generic red male/female icons, i mean people trying to pass themselves off as something/someone they are not. The other day i got a friend request from someone and on my iphone they looked HOT! When i looked at their pics on my laptop EVERY single on of them had the face superimposed on to a womans body (I would assume another womans body!) , annoying but actually quite comical it was done so badly!

I have also seen LOADS of profiles where the pics are clearly either professional pics, or they are of noticably different women and the upload comments are "me doing this" or "me doing that", trying to pass them off as their own body.

I'm pretty sure when i joined it said you couldn't do this?! I would imagine there are lots of fake males as well as females?

I just don't get the point, personally i think there should be a "name and shame" thread for fakes!

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sprite
Posted: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 10:37:12 AM

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yes, it has been discussed a million times before, and no, we have no interest in putting in the time or effort simply to make sure that people who put up a picture of a porn star instead of their own is 'outed'.

q: how come it took 3 months for my story to be published?

a: we were too busy making sure that no one posted porn stars in their photo gallery to verify it.

this it the internet. everyone here is an adult and can usually figure things out for themselves. it's also an erotica fantasy site - if someone wants to be a porn star let them - i find that the best way to figure out who is real and who is not is getting to know them - if you're just looking for a quick wank, what does it matter in the first place? as you said, it's usually fairly obvious.

btw, i'm not really an animated cartoon character, in case you were wondering.

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Posted: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 10:45:37 AM

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hughizzy wrote:
Ok so this has probably been discussed before a million times, but on my forum search it comes up zero?! WHY are there so many fakes on here and is anything done to moderate them?

Im not talking about the generic red male/female icons, i mean people trying to pass themselves off as something/someone they are not. The other day i got a friend request from someone and on my iphone they looked HOT! When i looked at their pics on my laptop EVERY single on of them had the face superimposed on to a womans body (I would assume another womans body!) , annoying but actually quite comical it was done so badly!

I have also seen LOADS of profiles where the pics are clearly either professional pics, or they are of noticably different women and the upload comments are "me doing this" or "me doing that", trying to pass them off as their own body.

I'm pretty sure when i joined it said you couldn't do this?! I would imagine there are lots of fake males as well as females?

I just don't get the point, personally i think there should be a "name and shame" thread for fakes!

dontknow


There are quite a few threads on this. Generally, those who don't mind say that Lush is somewhere they can be anybody they want, so the only person they are truly fooling is themselves. Also, they say that people using Lush should respect that right to the fantasy, and some need the privacy of not having their own image up. That does not negate the problem of posing as somebody else, but I presume you get that.

Others against it say they should be exposed. But naming and shaming people is not welcome, since it targets and causes problems for individuals, which is not acceptable.

In my opinion, you should never trust anybody on the internet. Hell, I don't even trust most of my real life Facebook friends! Never assume everybody else is as honest as you might be. As I found out,you will be sadly disappointed. But likewise, it's not just the people that appear hot who are hot. You might be surprised if you chat to some of the people here who may not appear to be sizzling. Lush has a lot of surprising people. Go and find them, but always keep a guard up.

Photos that you do not hold the rights to should not be posted, but it is up to the poster to moderate themselves, since when you join up, you agree to that. It is not up to Admin to regulate it unless an official complaint is lodged by the owner of the images.



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overmykneenow
Posted: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 11:05:57 AM

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This has been discussed before many times - as has the idea of a "name and shame thread" - the argument tends to boil down to what is acceptable fantasy and what is deception. If someone wants to come on here and pretend to be a porn star who are you to spoil their fun? Fakes are usually easier to spot from the way they act rather than the way they look.

It's not as straightforward as it at first seems. There are many reasons why someone will use a fake and unless you know exactly why, it won't help matters if they're name and shamed. I know exactly how much women especially are pressured to put photos up; putting up fakes just makes life easier for some people. With reverse image searches you can't really hide behind a fake picture for long. We all have to go in with our eyes open as well as our minds.

On the flip side - knowing how hot some of my friends actually are - sometimes I wish their pics WERE fake! Would make life a hell of a lot easier.

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Posted: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 11:06:23 AM

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sprite wrote:


this it the internet. everyone here is an adult and can usually figure things out for themselves.



Say what? And what do you mean you're not really an animated cartoon character? You just ruined my day...


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sprite
Posted: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 11:17:39 AM

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overmykneenow wrote:
This has been discussed before many times - as has the idea of a "name and shame thread" - the argument tends to boil down to what is acceptable fantasy and what is deception. If someone wants to come on here and pretend to be a porn star who are you to spoil their fun? Fakes are usually easier to spot from the way they act rather than the way they look.

It's not as straightforward as it at first seems. There are many reasons why someone will use a fake and unless you know exactly why, it won't help matters if they're name and shamed. I know exactly how much women especially are pressured to put photos up; putting up fakes just makes life easier for some people. With reserve image searches you can't really hide behind a fake picture for long. We all have to go in with our eyes open as well as our minds.

On the flip side - knowing how hot some of my friends actually are - sometimes I wish their pics WERE fake! Would make life a hell of a lot easier.


i will sometimes put up sexy avatars just for fun, pix that represent me, rather than are me - i will also occasionally slip a real pic in just for fun. often i get comments such as 'is that you? you're hot', and i will answer them honestly. nope, sorry, not really me, but yeah, she is hot, i agree. if no one asks, then i am happy to let them enjoy the fantasy of having 'seen me half naked'. it's not really such a big deal. i have shared actual photos with people i trust here. that's a small handful, so don't go asking. i'm comfortable with that.

generally, though, i tend to be very guarded about my private life. that's just how it is. i really don't want to be at a restaurant and have Alan calling out from across the room "Hey! i know you! You're the chick who sticks ginger root up her ass!" :)

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sprite
Posted: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 11:18:27 AM

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DirtyMartini wrote:



Say what? And what do you mean you're not really an animated cartoon character? You just ruined my day...


for you, i'll be whoever you want me to be, baby. :D

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crazydiamond
Posted: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 11:32:51 AM

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I think the difference really is in AV's and personal profile/album pics.
An avatar is the graphical representation of the user or the user's alter ego or character, thats perfectly acceptable, so is having pics you like in albums.
My AV is not me, but I have shared my actual pics with my friends. The difference here I think is the profiles where some have a fake pic in thier albums and what not, stating " me being sexy", "me palying" and so on, and the pics are someone elses. That is a bit fraudulent, if it was just fantasy you would say, " I wish this was me being sexy." hahaha. bunny

Liz
Posted: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 11:44:59 AM

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sprite wrote:
yes, it has been discussed a million times before, and no, we have no interest in putting in the time or effort simply to make sure that people who put up a picture of a porn star instead of their own is 'outed'.

q: how come it took 3 months for my story to be published?

a: we were too busy making sure that no one posted porn stars in their photo gallery to verify it.

this it the internet. everyone here is an adult and can usually figure things out for themselves. it's also an erotica fantasy site - if someone wants to be a porn star let them - i find that the best way to figure out who is real and who is not is getting to know them - if you're just looking for a quick wank, what does it matter in the first place? as you said, it's usually fairly obvious.

btw, i'm not really an animated cartoon character, in case you were wondering.


WHAT!?




Guest
Posted: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 11:57:13 AM

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I think some have slightly missed my point. I realise that there are pics of pornstars and fantasy etc.

I also realised that those portraying cartoon characters were in fact actual people lol :).

This is where my issue is ...

crazydiamond wrote:
The difference here I think is the profiles where some have a fake pic in thier albums and what not, stating " me being sexy", "me palying" and so on, and the pics are someone elses. That is a bit fraudulent, if it was just fantasy you would say, " I wish this was me being sexy." hahaha. bunny

Crazydiamond has understood my stance. I feel that there are lots of users intentionally trying to deceive which I personally feel is wrong and dilutes the site
Guest
Posted: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 12:00:01 PM

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sprite wrote:


btw, i'm not really an animated cartoon character, in case you were wondering.


You're fucking kidding me :( !? All of my fantasies shattered ! Lol


I understand the point about if the focus was on this it would delay stories etc also
overmykneenow
Posted: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 12:02:39 PM

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hughizzy wrote:
I feel that there are lots of users intentionally trying to deceive which I personally feel is wrong and dilutes the site


In my experience these people are usually looking to connect with other hot 19 year old bisexual girls

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sprite
Posted: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 12:16:08 PM

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something that just crossed my mind.

there are some incredibly sexy people here. it's the internet, we communicate through spoken word, not face to face, purely thru words, something a little strange, seeing as how, honestly, this is an image driven culture. not everyone looks like a porn star here. that doesn't mean that, when we chat, we don't come across as porn stars. as a woman, i am especially sensitive to this - girls tend to be dismissed simply because they'r not perfect - a few extra pounds, breasts that are too small, hair that is too frizzy. doesn't mean they're not incredibly sexy, but they might not have the confidence to be sexy if you're judging them by their photo.

on lush, it's our brains that are sexy. so yeah, i do get it - like i said, i deal with this by not posting my photo all over my page, but some do it by posting pics that match the sexy in their brain - and yeah, it's misrepresentation, but does it really hurt anyone if you think "SpiceGirl1872" has huge boobs when she's actually got wee itty bitty ones? not really, unless you end up proposing to her online one night (not really a good idea, btw!).

and yeah, i get that it bugs some people, that some people are mired in the fantasy of actually being a porn star, and yeah, some of those people are probably incredibly fake, but once again, unless we all tend to show sides of us that we want others to see and hide the blemishes - this is a little more extreme, but it's not all the different, in a way.

*shrugs* i came to term with this issue a while back (long story) and now, i simply don't care enough to worry about it. let the buyer beware, as they say.

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sprite
Posted: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 12:17:27 PM

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Liz wrote:


WHAT!?



shush, you, i didn't want anyone to know that i *am* actually an animated cartoon character!

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Posted: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 12:37:24 PM

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overmykneenow wrote:


In my experience these people are usually looking to connect with other hot 19 year old bisexual girls


Are you telling me that all along, you were not a 19 year old bisexual girl? You're a big hairy buff man? *Runs screaming* bunny

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Posted: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 12:41:17 PM

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Sorry, maybe it's just that I'm older, more experienced, and/or more of a cynic. But really, what did you expect? When I'm in a chat room, I often check out other profiles. I'd prefer to see a pic that I can believe might be of the person. But, I have no problem with no pic. I respect the fact that they feel the need for privacy and prefer not to pretend to be something they are not. When there is a pic, I wonder about the likelihood that it is really of the person. You never know. And really, unless you're actually going to meet them, who cares?
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Posted: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 1:41:36 PM

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Coming to an internet sex site is like going to a movie. It requires the willing suspension of disbelief if you're going to enjoy yourself. Except in those cases where you actually want to meet someone face to face, what they look like, or what character they portray online is irrelevant. Online, I portray a somewhat attractive twenty seven year old woman with red hair, small breasts, and a semi-polite demeanour who tries to be nice to everyone. In real life I discovered a cure for herpes and kept it to myself, because, fuck the rest of you, at least I don't have herpes, and I plant poison ivy in people's yards. If I tried doing that online I'd just end up with a rash.
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Posted: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 2:08:18 PM

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I don't think it dilutes the site. It adds characters. If anything, we have a laugh over the obvious fakes...and the people who fall for them. That doesn't take away from the site as an overall community. And what kind of community would we be if we didn't have our fakes? It doesn't take away from the great stories, and talent, and debates in the forum, or random funnies in the forum. It'd be different if Lush were a dating site...but it's not. It's an adult themed social network, and should be treated as such. There are fakes all over Twitter and Facebook. Does this dilute and take away from either of these social sites? Do you think Mark Zuckerberg (sp?) or Mr. Twitter Bird is losing sleep over the most likely millions of fake accounts? Of course not. Lush is something different for everyone who joins. You get what you put out. As Shylass said, the fakes are only fooling themselves in the long run. So why go out of our way to make fools out of them?

I totally understand where you're coming from, because it used to bug the shit out of me. I was actually one of the people who wanted some way to "out" fakes. But THAT is what would lead to the dilution of the site. I'm not in the business of designing morals for anyone but myself. It's ultimately your responsibility not to become anyone's fool. Just let it be...these things have a way of finding themselves out, anyways. Or the fakes just fizzle out altogether. But it becomes the mythical Hydra. You get rid of one and 2 more will pop up. It's quite tiresome. Let the fakes run their course...overall, they're not hurting anyone...at least not anyone that doesn't allow them to.



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Ravyn
Posted: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 2:22:33 PM

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If your looking for 'looks' alone then go find some images or a porn clip to watch. Why are we expected to put up actual images of who we are? Privacy still has some meaning to some of us. My avatar is not me nor is my gallery, its filled with images that I happen to find sexy or desirable to my tastes and wish to share them. Does that make me fake? No it does not. My bio states that none of these images are of me. Does anyone really read bios? Some do. Some people including myself have reasons for not using the 'real' us in our avatars due to jobs, family members etc. Those we feel we can trust can view images once they become a friend on the site. That is the beauty of being able to set who sees things and not make them avaialble to every tom dick and harry who may stumble upon our profiles.

I get so many men who think my avatar is me and I repeatedly tell whomever lacks the fortitude to read my profile that its not me. I see nothing wrong with using google based images as avatars on the internet like this as long as one is not trying to pass that image off as themselves. That is very deceitful, and to be honest very easy most times to spot.

With that said, try getting to know the person on a deeper level then what their avatar picture may or may not look like. Life is not all about looks it should come down to the person you are first and foremost and especially on a site like this as Sprite said, you learn through words, how one speaks and the things they say, that will truly show is is fake and who is real. Let that speak and not the avatar you see.

And of course if all you are after is a quick choke and spit then by all means peruse all the avatar and galleries you wish and happy stroking :)

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Posted: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 2:39:53 PM

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I have thought about posting my actual picture but then I looked at some of the stories that I wrote and putting my picture on them didn't seem like such a great idea.

I use a cartoon avatar that I thinks represents my personality more than my actual looks. I do have to mention that I am a red head that likes to fence.

This thread reminds me of the movie "Surrogates" with Bruce Willis.
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DirtyMartini wrote:



Say what? And what do you mean you're not really an animated cartoon character? You just ruined my day...


On the other hand, some of us should maybe employ a stolen photograph as their avatar.

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Posted: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 7:07:47 PM

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As said above here are lots of reasons why people keep their identity secret. I don't have my photo on here at all for privacy reasons but do share with friends eventually. As for "fakes" some people want the fantasy..to be what they aren't. That can cause heartbreak if taken too far but everyone should be careful. Once I've seen someone on cam, I feel more comfortable knowing they are who they say they are but do you always want to know if you're enjoying the experience? We have all discovered here that appearance means very little and the person within is what is important. Best to concentrate on that and not worry about "fakes".


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Posted: Tuesday, May 28, 2013 7:30:18 PM

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It goes both ways. There are just as many men blatantly passing themselves off as someone they're not in real life ESPECIALLY when it comes to their cocks d'oh!

Personally, I find it all very amusing especially when I see pics with very bad photo shopping or recognize stills taken from a popular catalogue or a porn movie I've seen before (how sad is it that I really can do this? ugh). What I find even more entertaining is reading the comments under these fakes pics from men and women who appear to have taken the bait.

Anyways, it is what it is. At the end of the day, we all have the choice to accept friendship and chat requests or not, simple. Thankfully there are enough authentic profiles of really great people on here that more than make for the fake ones 2407_group_hug

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Amazing! I find this a patently absurd question. If ever there was a site about fantasies, this is it. As my profile says, I'm 66. If I am having a nice chat with a 25 year old woman whose only visual image of me is of a parrot, she has to make up a face to put on my voice. So which of these two faces is likelier to be more attaractive to a 25 yo woman, the one she makes up or the real 66 yo one? Likewise, if I want to chat up a 50 yo woman who has a 25 yo model's pic as her avatar, what do I care? I know it is an avatar, so I'm going to make up whatever details either I or she want to put forward in the chat. Here on Lush I can have a very hot, sexy chat with a 25 yo woman so beautiful she can make my eyes bleed, and there is a fair chance she will perform most any kind of sex act with me I want. If I go to the local "meat market", I am unlikely to get even a plain-looking woman to let me buy her a drink!

Even if someone is looking for a more substantive relationship it will have to be built of the content of their interactions with others, so the avatar or picture they post will not have a significant impact on their relationships.

Finally, if a person is maliciously deceptive, it is a shame, but speaks to the fact that the Internet is not necessarily a benign place.

From Wikipedia - The phrase "caveat emptor" arises from the fact that buyers often have less information about the good or service they are purchasing, while the seller has more information. Defects in the good or service may be hidden from the buyer, and only known to the seller. Thus, the buyer should beware.
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Hmm. I'm just too lazy to do a Google Image search for pics to put in my profile...I mean, think of the time and effort it must take to Photoshop your face onto pornstar bodies...whew. Exhausting. I'll pass.

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Last time I posted this ? I got so much shit from ppl it was insane. Hope you find the answer BC it is annoying as hell. Seems almost every guy poses as a man w six pack abs!!! I state if a picture isn't me or is it obvious bc my face and body are clearly posted. Perhaps this site is fantasy site, so ppl use fantasy lives. It isn't a dating website, thank God.
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LukeD2000 wrote:
Amazing! I find this a patently absurd question. If ever there was a site about fantasies, this is it. As my profile says, I'm 66. If I am having a nice chat with a 25 year old woman whose only visual image of me is of a parrot, she has to make up a face to put on my voice. So which of these two faces is likelier to be more attaractive to a 25 yo woman, the one she makes up or the real 66 yo one? Likewise, if I want to chat up a 50 yo woman who has a 25 yo model's pic as her avatar, what do I care? I know it is an avatar, so I'm going to make up whatever details either I or she want to put forward in the chat. Here on Lush I can have a very hot, sexy chat with a 25 yo woman so beautiful she can make my eyes bleed, and there is a fair chance she will perform most any kind of sex act with me I want. If I go to the local "meat market", I am unlikely to get even a plain-looking woman to let me buy her a drink!

Even if someone is looking for a more substantive relationship it will have to be built of the content of their interactions with others, so the avatar or picture they post will not have a significant impact on their relationships.

Finally, if a person is maliciously deceptive, it is a shame, but speaks to the fact that the Internet is not necessarily a benign place.

From Wikipedia - The phrase "caveat emptor" arises from the fact that buyers often have less information about the good or service they are purchasing, while the seller has more information. Defects in the good or service may be hidden from the buyer, and only known to the seller. Thus, the buyer should beware.

Well stated.
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I understand where you are coming from. I once met a "girl" on here. We talked for a while, then she turned into a he. If you have so much trouble meeting people on here that you have to misrepresent what sex you are something is very wrong with the situation!
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I think it is fairly simple and straightforward in what the answer to your question is: Because people lie.' (There are plenty of fake profiles on all kinds of other sites even including FB) 'Because people want to act their fantasies. 'And because they CAN.

Now, keep in mind that there are actually some people who are NOT fakes, they do not choose to be, and may not feel the need to be (married or not, prudent or not, or hiding something or not), and still a person/profile may represent something that misleads and can be UNintentionally taken to mean something different than the fact. There are many forms of deceit that if given an opportunity people may take - just like real life. Some do this and some do not. A site that is primarily concerned with sex and sexual matters would seem a perfect place for a hodge-podge of variants - including the fakes and all manner of different people who MIGHT choose to 'play games.'. :/


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