So I tried again with another group, and then another. After downing a drink (or two), I decided to try again with another group.
After a couple of minutes, we were all introducing ourselves and hitting it off like old friends.
Whether we know it or not, we're all street-corner psychics.
The grassroots level support was not attentive at all, first off asking if the story had sexual content (UM… In the meantime, and I still don’t understand why, but the story changed its genre a few times and also changed its title and summary… I have no idea, but And I’m not only talking about the purely pornographic disasters, but let’s at least start there. This “story” showcases not only the run-of-the-mill sex scene, but included a man urging two women into a video-making expedition.
Go to the trending section, and lo and behold, “Sexy Life” with ten episodes ranks #9 on the app, right behind my story (see image). Scattered between a few empty episodes, three young women decide to become strippers and hire themselves into a club, renaming themselves , “Ho”, “Sl**”, and another unspeakable word, and where they publicly do objectionable things. I can’t believe that a story with such unspeakable content is forming an impression on young, naïve, and curious minds!
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