|28/6/2017||Skype Cockfight (36 interventions)|
|25/6/2017||Face sitting in Chicago (3 interventions)|
|24/6/2017||Looking for wrestling-with-stakes porn (7 interventions)|
|24/6/2017||Leg Scissoring a Scale (2 interventions)|
|24/6/2017||Love this domination (2 interventions)|
|23/6/2017||Brit Pro Jobber Boy Destruction (7 interventions)|
|23/6/2017||Face smother pin (10 interventions)|
|23/6/2017||Squashing/Domination/Trampling during a match (2 interventions)|
|23/6/2017||Destroyed lik a jobber in front of a woman anyone? (5 interventions)|
|23/6/2017||facesit (2 interventions)|
|23/6/2017||Sniff Dom Pro Heel's Ass (3 interventions)|
|23/6/2017||Search by profile age? (1 interventions)|
|23/6/2017||Fight for your partner (189 interventions)|
|22/6/2017||Heavyweight meet (2 interventions)|
|22/6/2017||Wrestleaddiction (3 interventions)|
I have attempted to collect some Tips for New Users, covering basic topics ranging from creating a good profile to searching. I plan to have these automatically sent over the course of a few days to any new member to help them engage our beloved site. My question to you is: What advice would YOU give to a new user? Please share your comments below.
On an unrelated topic, as everyone is aware, photo classification is one distinctive (or controversial) feature of MeetFigthers. Depending on whom you ask it is a nightmare preventing you from posting your favorite photo or a boon that keeps profiles free of bullshit photos and porn. Classification, due to its very nature, subjective and can be opaque to new users. It is also hard to classify some photos due to the many things one has to keep in mind to do it well.
Overall, I think the system is imperfect but better than having no system at all. One possible improvement is clarification of the existing rules regarding some common categorization dilemmas. I decided to put these to the poll.
– Admin out.