Earlier today I decided to get rid of my email option. Now don’t get me wrong. I love the messages I receive from callers especially new callers who appreciate the personalized service they receive when calling Cheap Phone Sex with Cheryl. The reason I decided to get rid of the email option is threefold with the last point being the one that got me to get off my little booty to remove it.
First up spam.
I believe anyone who runs a website gets a lot of spam. I receive spam from people who sell business services and are interested in selling their product which is complete nonsense because I run an adult entertainment company. Whether you know it or not people who run sexy sites are discriminated against in terms of access and pricing forcing us to only hire professionals (from accountants to lawyers to banks) willing to handle adult companies. So whatever these spammers are selling does not apply to my phone sex business. It’s the most useless spam there is. I wonder if they realize it.
I also get sexy spam. Most women get this kind of unsolicited spam online. For example, I have guys who send me messages and they’ll say things like: you’re pretty and then it escalates to I want to see your p*ssy then it’s I want to f*** your p*ssy later it becomes I want to eat your p*ssy. I’m laughing because these messages are not helpful and never elicit the types of emotions these guys want.
The reason I decided to remove the email option – stat – has to do with privacy.
This month I’ve had four or five individuals send me detailed intense messages. Without getting too far into the technical weeds not everyone has end-to-end encryption. Phone sex has been around since the 80s but voice has been around for over a hundred years and as such there are plenty of laws on the books that protect your privacy. Email and texting in terms of privacy are still iffy. Even though you may have a throwaway account or what I like to call a porn account there are ways to track down who sent the email. In the interest of privacy, I’ve decided I’m going to remove the email option. Remember technology does not hide your identity. It makes you easier to find.
So take care and be safe.