How to Have Massive Success in Adult Dating and Fulfill Your Wildest Fantasies (and Stay Safe)

Follow These Essential Tips to Ensure You Get the Best out of Your Adult Dating Experience

Fulfilling your wildest fantasies, fetishes and sexual desires has become easier than ever since the invention of adult dating online. It has become explosively popular over the past few years resulting in millions of members world wide. You can find an adult site that caters for almost every country of the world from Albania to China and even Gabon! There is a huge online community of people out there who you are free to share and explore your wildest fantasies with.

You can browse through adult photo galleries of men and women who are genuinely looking to fulfill their sensual desires with other consenting adults. Everything from Straight sex, gay sex, threesomes, swingers parties, fetishes, a naughty chat online and just about everything else you can think of (and some things you’ve never heard of!).

Just looking through these sites is very steamy and lots of fun. The sites are very user friendly and it’s free to browse. Many of the sites have lots of fun extra features like video chat rooms with sizzling video clips, 24hr live webcams and details of hot adult and swingers parties and events in your area.

Getting Started in Adult Dating Online

So where do you start out in the adult dating scene? Well there are many adult dating websites that have free trials with no credit card or payment required to register.

Once you’ve found the site that interests you most, take advantage of the free trial and get your profile up to start having fun. It’s that simple! With many sites, before you can contact other members you will usually have to pay something but that is where the fun begins!

Before you decide to jump into the world of adult dating, you should have a healthy self-image and a sense of self-liberation and confidence. The adult dating sites contain plenty of mature material, pictures and contents for individuals seeking sexual encounters of all kind so be prepared!

You must start off knowing what you want. You have to know what you’re comfortable with and what you are not right from the outset. Do you just want a simple discreet encounter? Do you want a swinger’s party? Is it a specific kind of encounter that you want? Are you curious about it all? Be clear in your own head what you want and don’t let other people persuade you into anything you’re not comfortable with. Stick to your guns and you’ll have a great time.

Essential Tips for Success on Adult Dating Sites

Create a unique and descriptive username.

Many people skip through this bit giving it no importance at all but your user-name is the first hint at what kind of person you are and what kind of encounter you want have. It needs to be original, memorable, and fun. It doesn’t have to always be sexual but then again there is nothing wrong with a little tease. Be positive and go ahead and flatter yourself and see if you can incorporate in your username something about your great qualities.

Write a compelling headline.

Along with your picture and your username, this is what people view when browsing adult dating sites and it’s your most powerful chance to entice a person and get them to open your full profile and find out more about you. Your headline should compel people to read on and find out more. Don’t be shy about being there and write – “I’m new to this sort of thing” – and don’t write boring or uninteresting information like “My name’s Jan, I’m 40 and am looking for fun in Sydney” This isn’t enticing. It’s boring and will most likely be overlooked. This headline is your sales pitch to get them to open your profile so make it intriguing if you can. Remember – The purpose of the headline just to tempt people to read more. That is its only purpose. Some good ones I have seen are

“Open my profile and find out why my the last people I had a threesome with keep calling me back for more”

And my other favorite….”Find out the five reasons why you’ll want to play doctors and nurses with me!” Do you get the picture? They both make you intrigued to read on and find out what this person is all about. Another great thing to do is to browse through these websites and check out what other people are writing for their headlines. This will give you some ideas of what works and what doesn’t.

Creating your description of yourself

You really have to approach writing this as if you were writing a resume or a marketing piece. It’s a sales pitch to a person who can fulfill your wildest fantasies. Great ads are the ones that grab eyeballs and push people into action. A great advertisement should be a like a personalized enticing invitation asking others to get in touch right away. Stand out by being creative in your personal profile. Instead of doing the regular age and vital stats thingy, use personalized exiting copy telling people why they should want to engage with you. Don’t be afraid to tell all the great things about you. You’re aloud to flatter yourself. Confidence is one of the sexiest traits you can portray in your writing. That being said, keep the next point in mind…

Be honest

Make sure you resist the urge to embellish the truth too much when writing your online profile. Don’t try to entice somebody by lying about how you look or what kinds of things you’re into. It will only come back to bite you on the bum later (possibly literally!) Just keep it real. The last thing you want is to have to worry about all the fibs you told when you’re on the ‘dates’ you’ve scored. This is a trap many people fall into. Don’t let it happen to you.

You Get Out What You Put in

Like anything in life, you will get much more out of adult dating if you put a bit of effort into it. Remember that online ‘dating’ is designed to help get what you are looking for but without your input it would be like sitting in the toilets at a party! Send out lots of emails, chat to lots of people. You don’t have to just pick one and wait to see what eventuates. Respond quickly to other peoples emails and you will get better results.

Playing it Safe – Tips for Staying Safe when Adult Dating

Keep Your Personal Details Private

It is important that you remain anonymous in your early online communications with a person. Don’t give out your real email address, last name, phone number, address or place of work during your correspondence. If a person places pressure on you to give this information do not give it out. If they are persistent or pesky stop all communications with them. It’s best not to give out this information at all unless you have met with them (preferably more than once) and are satisfied that it is safe to do so.

If possible check with your ISP and check that your online profile does not give out more personal information than you are comfortable with.

You can keep your email address anonymous with email redirection services like Bigfoot or you can also just sign up for a separate email account to your main one and just use that exclusively for adult dating and other things you wish to remain anonymous for (obviously don’t use you real name in the email address). Also be careful that any email signatures that you have do not give out personal details like your place of work, phone number, address or full name.

Trust your Intuition

99% of people on line have the best of intentions but in order to keep that lousy 1% at bay make sure you follow these tips. If your online correspondent doesn’t answer questions directly, lies, deliberately misleads you or just gives off a bad vibe, trust your better instincts and get rid of them fast. Better to find someone you can feel comfortable with

Meeting in Person

Don’t allow yourself to be pressured into meeting a person before you ready. Make sure you do not agree to anything before you meet them in person. The first meeting should be like a bit like a date in that you still have room to make your mind up on whether you’d like to go ahead with any adult activity with the person your meeting.

Make sure you meet in a public place the first time and if you like you can even organize for your friend to be nearby to keep an eye on you. Your online buddy will understand and accommodate your wishes if they are honest about their intentions towards you. If during the date, you decide to go somewhere else, use your own transport and try to stay in public places until you feel you know the person well enough. Going to your own home or theirs is not ideal. If you’d like to go somewhere more private it is best to go to a hotel (and ideally one that you make the reservation for)

It’s important to let a friend know where you are going, with whom, and arrange to call them after your date. If you travel to meet your on-line friend, make your own hotel and car reservations and don’t give out private information about yourself while on your date (place of work, phone numbers etc). Get your own transport to and from the date even if you’re offered a lift.

Getting out of Trouble

If you start feeling uncomfortable about your date, politely from excuse yourself from the situation. Excuse yourself and leave by the back door if necessary. Do not hesitate to ask for help from persons nearby, call your family, friends or the police if you feel the situation warrants. Trust your judgment and don’t be afraid of potential embarrassment. Better to be embarrassed than physically hurt or intimidated.

 

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Video Games and the Law: Sex, Violence and Addiction

Video games have long been the scapegoat of politicians and media campaigns. Whilst the majority of the focus has been upon the depictions of violence within games, the furor over Grand Theft Auto’s infamous “Hot Coffee” scandal and subsequent legal wrangling brought on board the potential controversy of depicting explicit sexual acts in games. (Rockstar had at one stage planned to include a sex-based mini-game in the title. The plans were scrapped, but the code for them remained hidden in the game. When a PC enthusiast learned how to access them, instructions on how to access the content quickly spread across the internet, with an outcry following closely behind.)

A recent survey in the US in November of last year (see Rasmussen Reports: 54% Think Violent Video Games Lead to More Violence in Society) indicated that the majority of Americans (54% in the sample) believe that violent video games result in a more violent society.

Following Panorama’s recent expose of how engrossing games apparently are, we can now throw addiction into the pot. Please read on for further information.

The US

The US remains governed entirely under a system of self regulation – as yet there is no federal law against the sale of violent or sexually explicit video games to children (although certain states have tried to introduce legislation). The US system relies on the voluntary ESRB (Entertainment Software Rating Board, an independent body) rating system which rates titles and polices the marketing of games. The system relies on goodwill- that of retailers and the ESRB – so there is nothing, as a matter of law, to stop kids buying violent games. Attempts have been made by at least two states to ban the sale of violent games to children, but free speech legislation has to date blocked such attempts. The Californian Supreme Court is to rule later this year on whether such a ban would be legitimate.

The UK

The UK has a mandatory system for certain types of video games depending upon the content. Games featuring sex or violence must be submitted for classification by the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) in accordance with the Video Recordings Act 1984. The role of digital and interactive media was elaborated in the Criminal Justice & Public Order Act 1994, which introduced a number of new tests to the classification process, including a specific requirement to consider the ‘harm’ that the work may cause a potential viewer.

Video games remain generally exempt under the Video Recordings Act 1984 (VRA). However, the exemption will not apply if that game depicts:

sex
violence;
may encourage criminal activity (or other “matters of concern”); and/or
where the depiction of such material is particularly realistic.

The VRA was introduced at a time when games could not hope to rival the imagery of movies and films, but given the increasing visual fidelity of current and next generation videogames and the considerable crossover of interactive and traditional media entertainment, this exemption is of increasingly little value.

The attitude towards classification in the games industry has shifted over time and as a result, many publishers submit each and every new game to the BBFC to ensure the game has been classified before publication.

Following the arrival of the Digital Economy Act, legal powers have been granted to the PEGI (Pan-European Game Information) rating system with effect from 1 April 2011 and PEGI will become the sole classifier for video games in the UK. Any retailer who sells games after that date to anyone younger than the age certificate on the front of a game’s box is liable to prosecution.

Europe

In addition to the UK’s own mandatory age classification scheme, the PEGI scheme is a voluntary age suitability scheme aimed primarily at advising parents. In the UK this scheme is supported by UKIE (the Association for UK Interactive Entertainment, formerly ELSPA) and all its members are required to submit all games which are exempt from BBFC classification for classification under the PEGI system. In contrast to the BBFC system, publishers are required to fill out a self-assessment application form, based upon the content and provide their own suggested age rating which is verified upon receipt.

The PEGI scheme currently covers sixteen countries within Europe, with Germany being the most notable absentee, as it relies upon its own compulsory classification procedure. Some other countries also use their own classification systems (e.g. Finland) and the ratings in these countries are adjusted accordingly. In essence, the PEGI scheme provides a useful guide to the likely classification of a release for publishers in Europe.

Age Classification

Both the BBFC and PEGI systems are fundamentally aimed at the protection of children and young persons and therefore employ a system of age classification. Publishers are strongly advised to consider submitting new games to the BBFC if they are in any doubt as to the content, as unlike the PEGI scheme, it is a criminal offence to supply illegal unclassified works or to supply age restricted material to persons under that age with fines and/or prison sentences for any person found in breach.

The BBFC will only classify the product and, where necessary, advise on cuts that need to be made. The BBFC cannot rule on the legality of the content, but in any event they will not classify material that they believe is in breach of the law.

Any submissions made under the PEGI scheme will be required to consult a checklist of the type of content that is likely to require mandatory classification. Whilst the checklist on the application form should not be taken as a complete summary, it does provide further guidance of the type of content to be wary of. It should be noted however that the age classifications under the BBFC and PEGI schemes do not necessarily match.

Prohibited Content

The law in relation to what is illegal is judged according to whether the material in question is legally obscene. Fortunately, whilst the Obscene Publications Acts were crafted in the early 1960’s, the test is judged according to the contemporary standards. The test is simply whether the effect of the material (considered as a whole) is “such as to deprave and corrupt persons”. There is no set definition; it is not enough that the publication shock or disgust, it must have a morally debasing, corrupting effect upon the viewer.

The requirement that the material be taken as a whole, rather than in relation to a specific item of content, considerably reduces the scope of the law in this area. In practice, the law of obscenity is rarely used, as mandatory classification has for the most part dealt with this issue. The key factor is the intended audience for the material. In light of this, publishers may wish to consider the material which is contained on a games website, given the difficulties of restricting access to a particular age group over the internet.

The BBFC Ratings

Given the generally balanced approach to censorship in the UK, the barrier as to what is and is not permissible within a video game is largely a decision for the publisher, depending on the market they are aiming for. The increasingly mature audience of the gaming market means that publishers may feel they can afford to release games that are restricted to the over 18 audience without taking a major hit in sales, as the Grand Theft Auto series ably demonstrates. If explicit sexual scenes are a feature within the game, the publisher can expect an ’18’ classification and be treated by retailers accordingly.

The BBFC publish guidelines on a regular basis and these should currently be the first reference for any developer or publisher wishing to have a better understanding of the likely classification of an intended release. Given the impending legalisation of PEGI, regard should also be had to PEGI rating system.

Because R18 material is reserved for highly explicit sexual material, it is difficult to see how any video game would fall into this category without a concerted effort on the part of the developer and publisher. Clearly any game featuring explicit sexual material must be submitted for classification by the BBFC.

The Current Regime

Whilst the “Hot Coffee” hidden mini game in GTA: San Andreas may have (and continues) to cause its publishers problems in the US, the game had already received an 18 certificate in the UK by the BBFC; there is nothing to suggest it would be treated differently under the BBFC’s guidelines if this material had been an intended part of the final game. This is in stark contrast with the reception abroad – in Australia and New Zealand for instance, two territories that closely follow UK law across a wide range of areas, the game was either banned or given an R18 rating in response.

Given that the fundamental basis of the age classification schemes is the protection of children, it follows that PG, 12 and 15 rated works will require greater scrutiny on the part of the developer/publisher to ensure that the game meets the required classification. Looking at the BBFC’s most recent decisions this is likely to affect magazine publishers who may bundle a mixture of demos and videos on cover mounted disks and wish to sell the magazine to the broadest audience available.

A comparison of “Psychonauts” – rated PG, “From Russia with Love” – rated 12 and “Resident Evil 4″ – rated 15, shows that even strong violence may not automatically result in an 18 certificate. However, a title featuring strong sex/violence within a realistic setting, particularly featuring criminal related activity, for example the Grand Theft Auto series, will inevitably be aimed at an adult audience and be rated accordingly.

Unfortunately there are no hard and fast rules as to what particular type of content will lead to a particular rating, but an awareness of the above issues will provide a better understanding of how the system works. Publishers and developers would be well advised to bear in mind the intended rating from the start of a project to avoid any future headaches further down the line.

Addiction

Since the screening of Panorama’s investigation in December of last year into the addictive nature of computer games, there is now a suggestion that games publishers are to be blamed for the adverse consequences (eg. to health and/or career) suffered by gamers who play their games for so long that they fail to eat and sleep. Not surprisingly, no clear evidential and genuine link was established in this programme between addiction and video games, nor frankly is there likely to be. This situation is surely one of parental control: if parents permit their children to play video games day and night, just as if they permitted them to drink unlimited amounts of alcohol, a problem of addiction is clearly going to ensue. And for those over the age of eighteen, they should be old enough to take responsibility for their own actions.

Probing the Sales Magic of Sex

Many people come face-to-face with disappointing sales reports and try to imaging something that will literally make sales boom off the charts. Inevitably, they come to the question of whether sex in some form or another would give things a boost.

This is a question that many people ask, but it is the same as anything else, the right approach has to be taken in order to make the sex appealing. There are a ton of adult magazines, videos and movies that were total disasters at the box office and the book stands, venture that have gone out of business long ago. If sex is real selling magic then why would anything like this take place?

The fact is, sex by itself is just an avenue to get the answer to a problem conveyed to the people who have the problem. It is not the remedy itself. Sex, dripping with all its lustful anticipations, isn’t going to do zilch for an ad campaign if there isn’t anything of value under the hood.

Now that we have it clear that sex by itself doesn’t sell anything, we can get to how sex can sell for you! Because there is no mistake about it, under the right circumstances, it can sell extremely well.

Let’s say for example that you’re selling a cure for acne. Now, let’s focus on our target market. It would be mostly teens, and teenagers think about the opposite sex constantly. So what kind of advertising do you hit them with? Well, a great start would be a landing page with a photo of a gorgeous gal kissing a young man. You could also have photos of sexy gals climbing all over guys in scanty bathing suits with unblemished skin. But the center focus would be on the perfect skin because that’s what these kids want. Why? Because the nerd sitting across the aisle from the hot girl in history class is anxious to get her attention, but with the face he’s got it won’t happen.

A good understanding of how sex relates to a certain market is essential. For wine, it’s an attractive guy and gal sitting at a table in a classy restaurant with their preferred bottle of wine between them as they stare into one another’s eyes. Then for cars, it’s the guy and gal driving in a sleek car, looking at each other while racing down the freeway.

We could go on, but the picture is set, the product must be associated with the sexual situation that would happen in a realistic setting, done with the appearance that there is no doubt that the effectiveness of the product is working smoothly. Whether it’s the bottle of wine, the car or the treatment for acne, it must appear convincing at accomplishing the prime goal, getting the girl.

In itself, sex doesn’t sell squat. But combined with the right components, it can create a sense of magic and be absolutely fool-proof.

An Adult Video That Should Be Made – A Four-Scene Approach to Giving Her Clitoral Orgasms – No Touch

Some of the sexiest, hottest films and videos of all time feature sex scenes with no sex. Check out four scenes featuring clitoral orgasms without touching the woman at all!

This is because the writer, director, and producer have chosen to use the imagination to create scenes that will stay in the viewer’s head for years and years. These scenes are indelibly imprinted in the brain – the largest sex organ of the body.

If I were the director or writer, here are the four scenes I’d put in a movie.

Scene One. It opens, showing a man kissing a woman with a powerful, hot kiss. The guy asks the woman if she’s ready for something really, hot, imaginative, and amazing. She responds that she is ready. He asks her to go to work in her law firm with no underclothes. He also picks out the clothes that she must wear to work. Since she has a meeting of the partners and has to appear in court for an important case, she wonders if this is the day to do this.

She puts on the white shirt, not see-through but fairly sheer. She also slides on her dress and leaves her panties in the drawer. Since she has very large breasts, high and with prominent nipples, she wonders how this will go with her partners and the judge.

She goes to the meeting and gets some interesting looks. In court, the judge raises his glasses and peers down at her dress and shirt, but thinks maybe he shouldn’t say anything right then.

She is feeling powerful, sexy, and wet!

Scene Two. Her guy calls her at noon and gives her another assignment. He tells her that she must invite some guy, a stranger to go down on her. She must do that before she gets home at 5 o’clock. Obviously, the partner’s meeting won’t be the place to do that, nor the court. As she walks the final block to court, she sees a guy leering at her shirt, and what’s under her shirt.

She walks up to him and asks him if likes what he says. He nods, stunned, that she would be that brazen. Next she asks him if he’d like to take her shirt off. Numbly, he shakes his head up and down. Next, she asks him if he’d like to take her skirt off and see that she has no panties. He cannot even move. His eyes just stare. Then, she asks if he’d love to go down on her. He is shaking and almost collapses. Before he answers, she rapidly moves away.

She is shaking, so wet, and starting to convulse. She gathers herself and goes to court. All day, she is wracked with a sexual fever, wet, and unable to touch herself. Several times she seems on the verge of release.

Scene Three. She arrives home and she tells him how wet and excited she is. He tells her the next assignment is to go to a bar. She takes a shower, but wears the same outfit. At the bar, he tells her that she is to tell him the sexiest and naughtiest thing she has ever done. She goes through the escapade, blow by blow, and they are both shaking, excited, and ready for action.

Scene Four. They go to another bar and sit down. He now tells us what he is going to do to her, step by step when they get home. He will play with her ears, and push his long tongue inside. He then will cup her firm breasts and pull on the nipples. Then, he is going to give her a powerful, hot kiss. Next, he will take off her wet skirt and give her the kiss she wants – right between her legs.

She starts to sweat, convulse, and then shake. She has a full clitoral orgasm right in the bar. Several guys look at her, but she doesn’t care. She’s worked hard for this all day and she’s going to enjoy it.

The moral of the story is – excite the brain and you excite the body.

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Missing Persons Investigations of a New Age

George Orwell’s novel Nineteen Eighty-Four was first published in 1949. You’d have thought that his vision would no longer be up-to-date 65 years later. The world he described was a world where Big Brother was watching people, constantly seeking information about crime think or any other kind of offence against the glorious super state of Oceania.

Edward Snowden showed us, that what Big Brothers these days are doing is not all that different from what Orwell described. Sure, the technology is quite different from what he had envisioned, but Orwell’s novel is not about science and technology, but about the horrible world where governments might monitor our every move, observe us in our most intimate moments and know about everything we do. Modern day supercomputers, satellites and all sorts of technology make that easily possible for various government agencies.

Yet there is so much information out there that is easily accessible without any spying satellites, supercomputers or without bugging mobile phones. It’s the information millions of users are putting online every day of their own free will, just to get some likes, re-tweets or shares. People tell themselves that they are doing this to stay in touch with each other, but they fail to realize how much of their personal information they are giving away every moment of every day.

With more than half of Australians being active on Facebook, it seems like this would be the most promising social network to start an investigation. The information found on Facebook is truly varied. There are photographs, comments as well as check-ins that give away a person’s current location. Furthermore there is a time stamp on everything, which makes it easy to create a collage of events a person went through at a certain time. No special equipment is needed for all of this with much of it capable of being performed with a simple smart phone.

Of course people tend to forget, that social media doesn’t mean just Facebook and Twitter. Apart from other household names like LinkedIn, Google+ or Pinterest, there are dozens of other smaller, niche websites that cater to all sorts of profiles. Finding information across all of these platforms can turn into a large investigation on its own.

Investigating social media is not only about snooping either. People tend to forget, that Facebook is first and foremost a platform for communication. As many people from the younger generations no longer even have a landline and choose not to publicly reveal their mobile number, Facebook and other social media may be an easy way of tracking them down for communication or to even serve court documents.

Being a private investigator and not knowing anything about social media is something that has become unimaginable in this day and age. While traditional methods such as surveillance are still very effective, they are considerably supplemented with comprehensive desktop investigation based on extensive social media profiling and as the next generation moves more of their life onto the internet the value of this brand of profiling is only going to increase.