“Site Membership”

Periodically I get a notification that someone has requested membership to my site.

I do not have a membership site at this time.

Then why can someone request one, you ask?

It has to do with the limitations of my web host. They don’t seem to want to offer their customers things web developers would like such as putting old pages in folders that are not accessible to the public, as people tend to like to do for archival purposes. Once you want to update or make a new page, we either have to (a) delete our work, or (b) keep it publicly accessible (i.e. the equivalent of the public_html folder).

Because I want keep all my old pages, I have to change the settings on each page so that people can’t actually see it or it could interfere with my currently published pages. The options we have to do this are limited, and none of them are good. One of them is to set the page to “members only”.

I’m not entirely sure how some of you are accessing these pages in order to get to the screen to be asked if you want to become a member. My guess is that you either have old ones bookmarked or possibly some search engine has old ones still indexed and is referring people to them.

Anyway, I’m sorry but your requests to join my membership site won’t result in anything — at this time, anyway.

I started working on a membership site but have still not figured out how I want to accept subscription payments for it yet. Nearly all payment processors explicitly exclude adult content from their terms of service, so it narrows you to a few less-than-ideal options from which I have yet to decide will result in the smallest headache.

Problem with web form – updated

The form on my contact page is currently experiencing technical difficulties which are not my doing. I have submitted a ticket twice and it’s still not fixed.

It appears some questions may not pop up when set to do so. One is probably the most important: what kind of session you’re looking for.

For the time being, please include those details in the field for the last question: Anything else you’d like to add, including clarifications about any of the above questions?


EDIT: This appears to be fixed now.


Website transfer successful!

My site is now live through My new host. Most of the work is done. I just have to rework some pages, such as the Gallery and My Contact page. I will be incorporating a new customized form, instead of the very limited one in place.

While I was angry at My previous host’s attitude to My problem, picking up and going elsewhere was really for the best. My new host has better shiny: cleaner interface, stronger editor, and useful perks.

My Website

Due to My host fucking up the form script I was using, denying they did it (they actually blamed it on Me!), and flat out saying they won’t help Me, I’m moving elsewhere.

Sometime in the next 24 or so hours, while the DNS propagates, there is likely to be an interruption in service. It shouldn’t last long.

Also, I made some improvements. 🙂

Site updates

  • Added a gallery! The photos currently included have either been posted on My site, FetLife, or here at some point, but now they’re all in one place. Well, most of them.
  • Made a few modifications to My Interests page. Took out torture category with it’s examples of nipple, cunt, cock and ball (CBT), stretching, weights, and ballbusting and assimilated them into other categories. After all, none of those necessarily have to be “torture”. Really, they more accurately fall under sensory play, where that can range from something more sensual all the way to something more sadistic. Also, ballbusting is really a kind of rough body play and is not meant to be sensual, so under RBP it went.
  • Another thing: My site is officially legally copywritten, as in filed with the Library of Congress. All text, images, graphic art — the whole kit ‘n’ kaboodle. I did this because some dickbags have taken My shit and put it on their site. With the help of a kind lawyer, I am about to send a cease and desist letter. It will be followed by a lawsuit if they don’t cease and fucking desist. (This kind of thing is easy to prosecute and WIN.)