A certain sissy crossdresser, that many of you may remember from Twitter, has asked me to remove his info from my blog. This includes his name, photos, Twitter user ID and links to info about him. I will be removing or editing at least three posts, and this is why.
This particular sissy regularly and frequently asked Dommes and others to blog, retweet and otherwise share personal info about him, including pics of him dressed, his legal name and address, and the url for one of his LinkedIn profiles. He was encouraging everyone to help out him as a sissy crossdresser as quickly as possible because the more that his info was out there, the more he got off on it. As of last night, at least three other Dommes have his info up on their blogs, and I know that he also had someone set up a blog for/about him, as well as his own listing on a sissy phone sex site.
I do believe in protecting the privacy of others and will do my best to protect that. I generally ask if it is okay to post anything that isn't public and what pseudonym to use for the person that I'm referring to - doubly so when posting assignment reports here or on InHerService.com. However, I'm a writer, and not in the habit of censoring my own words and thoughts, especially after they have been endorsed by the person mentioned. So, today, I'm faced with the question of how best to remove his information - information that he previously begged us all to share - without compromising the integrity of my own writing.
I had planned to go through and carefully edit each post. But, knowing that he's changed his mind before, I don't think that I should waste my time doing that at this point. Instead, I'm going to simply unpublish them for now, and then possibly go back and look at them in more detail later. So if you see pages that are missing, or posts that are no longer available, that is why.
You can probably tell that I'm not happy about this, and I expect that none of you will ever actively put me in this position again.
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