All Not Well In Adult Toy Land

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Within the adult realm, there are many deceptions. Everything from deceptive sites to greedy adult product companies who do what most con artists do: go overboard on the wooing.

As a general rule, I am always wary of any company that sends me ass-kiss email offering reciprocal linkage and the like. I’m not doing too terribly on this blog and this blog is an outlet for me, something to divert my attention when things at the college to awry or experiments go pear shaped.

What I find really disturbing about this Eden Fantasys issue is the alleged manner they defamed a contributor; the contributor had no idea that they were locked out of their account until they accessed the forum on EF and read about their ostracism on it.

How rude!

Most sex toy companies, those who are establish, who don’t suck up to bloggers for linkage (this is a key detail) like EF does. I’ve had a few friends who have adult blogs for their own personal usage, not commercial or anything like that, who have been approached by EF and their approach isn’t different to a door to door hawker; they suggest reciprocal linkage, throw in the possibility of the blogger earning more money via commission through their affiliate program. Frankly, I’ve deleted the email I’ve received from them because I’m old enough and internet savvy enough to differentiate. I’m also a post graduate psychology student, so I’m aware of most tactics companies use to persuade.

It’s clear that Edens Fantasys (They can’t even correct the idiotic spelling of their business name)  respects its contributors so little so as to attempt to humiliate a contributor in its forum. To me, there is no other way about it.

It’s a pussy act.

The thing about Eden Fantasys is this: even though this company has pissed off prolific bloggers, they still solicit via email and now that they have their SexIs magazine established, with a few name columnists, they no longer give a shit about how they behave. It’s a little bit like how Facebook founder  Mark Zuckerberg is a douche about Facebook privacy and how he mocks Facebook users:

Zuck: Yeah so if you ever need info about anyone at Harvard

Zuck: Just ask.

Zuck: I have over 4,000 emails, pictures, addresses, SNS

[Redacted Friend's Name]: What? How’d you manage that one?

Zuck: People just submitted it.

Zuck: I don’t know why.

Zuck: They “trust me”

Zuck: Dumb f–ks. [source]

For more info about the most recent Eden Fantasys fiasco visit here and here and here.

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2 Responses to “All Not Well In Adult Toy Land”

  1. CarrieAnn says:

    This is patently untrue.Check the contributor’s own blog; she received an email before the forum post was published.

  2. Dee says:

    What isn’t true? It would help if you were more specific in your comment because on the contributor’s blog, she does mention that she was banned without any warnings.
    I’m going on the basis of what I have read in other blogs. As for EF sending emails out to get bloggers to link to them and whatnot, that is based on my personal experience. They’ve sent me emails as well.
    Anyway, it doesn’t matter if the contributor received an email before the forum post was published, the forum post was defamatory (are you saying that receiving a warning email of a defamatory post justifies the nasty defamatory post that EF posted?) -which is my point but I’m also intrigued by your comment in this blog. Why haven’t you commented in the contributor’s blog and you comment here? Because you’re not a completely objective commenter?
    If you read her post, she clearly states that she didn’t have any warnings.
    As for myself, I couldn’t care about EF. What they do is their business, but their very approach -emailing bloggers, offering reciprocal links, then hinting about their site/affiliate memberships,e tc – isn’t professional at all.

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