Author Topic: A "How to Guide to Zoophilia" Good Idea..??  (Read 3371 times)

Ridden

A "How to Guide to Zoophilia" Good Idea..??
« on: February 14, 2019, 10:36:03 PM »
It has been suggested that we create an area to contain practical advice on how to safely and enjoyably engage in sexual acts with animals.

If this were to happen it means that members with actual experience would need to share practical advice, it is pointless to include the "well, I've not tried it, but I think" kind of comments, or indeed to include advice that is inaccurate.

So, what do you think?

Would you like to be able to use such advice?

Are you prepared to offer good advice?

Comments please.
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CuriousCD

Re: A "How to Guide to Zoophilia" Good Idea..??
« Reply #1 on: February 15, 2019, 04:52:58 AM »
Advice sections are always very useful. Especially when it comes to pet loving. And yes it would be advisable for them to be created by those with plenty of experience. And who are believable. So we don't run into the inevitable ones who just have to open their mouth just make themselves feel like an expert. Like those who will talk about being orally knotted or deep throating a horse...

Being such a creative forum I think it would be cool for our how-to to be stylish and to be set apart from the others. Maybe with illustrations, if some of our resident artists feel like volunteering. Or maybe have it written in a different style than usual. Such as an advise column or such. Like a Dear Abby or Dr. Ruth for pet sex? Just a thought. A crazy thought, but still...

Though on the other hand... Would this even be relevant if our focus is only on art and writing? Or are we willing to expand the topics a little further?

With all our new members here, it might be a better way of keeping them, if we expand what there is here to talk about. I don't mean get as bloated as BF got, but maybe include some of the things that were such a draw for people.
 
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Shady Lady

Re: A "How to Guide to Zoophilia" Good Idea..??
« Reply #2 on: February 15, 2019, 10:35:07 AM »
Just before BF closed I tried to do some research and gather together some information on a female with horse/mini stallion for a chapter of a story I am writing.  It astounded me how many repeat posts there were over and over asking the same questions about the same sort of things yet at the same time how little "how to" information there actually was even though I plough through page after page.

I would suggest that if you do decide to do a reference guide then it is kept very tight to avoid it becoming quickly cluttered with repeat information requests which from reading some of the responses by the "experts" was clearly frustrating them as they were having to repeat themselves.
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sirocco99

Re: A "How to Guide to Zoophilia" Good Idea..??
« Reply #3 on: February 19, 2019, 05:15:20 AM »
Whilst, strictly not falling within the guidelines for here. I think it's a good idea. One of the best features of the old BF was it's PRACTICAL advice for zoo's of various persuasions . I suspect that advice prevented a lot of serious mistakes by newbies and folks unfamiliar with some animals. However, conversely, i'd not like to see a flood of the old " How do I..etc, etc" posts that appeared time after time from folks too lazy to do a bit of basic searching.
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CuriousCD

Re: A "How to Guide to Zoophilia" Good Idea..??
« Reply #4 on: February 19, 2019, 09:59:43 AM »
Just before BF closed I tried to do some research and gather together some information on a female with horse/mini stallion for a chapter of a story I am writing.  It astounded me how many repeat posts there were over and over asking the same questions about the same sort of things yet at the same time how little "how to" information there actually was even though I plough through page after page.

I would suggest that if you do decide to do a reference guide then it is kept very tight to avoid it becoming quickly cluttered with repeat information requests which from reading some of the responses by the "experts" was clearly frustrating them as they were having to repeat themselves.

That is an excellent point! We are here to encourage good zoo art and writing. An accurate how to would be an invaluable  resource to have while creating.

And also very true that they were a great resource for those who are interested in not only creating but for procreation too! A lot of people are in need of answers in regards to the lifestyle. And this being on of the few places left for people to gather, it would be nice to have.

I kinda like the idea of having a resident expert to answer "fan mail." Like Dear Abby or Dr. Ruth! Or an illustrated guide with all new and graphic illustrations.
 

Ridden

Re: A "How to Guide to Zoophilia" Good Idea..??
« Reply #5 on: February 19, 2019, 10:04:18 AM »
Just before BF closed I tried to do some research and gather together some information on a female with horse/mini stallion for a chapter of a story I am writing.  It astounded me how many repeat posts there were over and over asking the same questions about the same sort of things yet at the same time how little "how to" information there actually was even though I plough through page after page.

I would suggest that if you do decide to do a reference guide then it is kept very tight to avoid it becoming quickly cluttered with repeat information requests which from reading some of the responses by the "experts" was clearly frustrating them as they were having to repeat themselves.

That is an excellent point! We are here to encourage good zoo art and writing. An accurate how to would be an invaluable  resource to have while creating.

And also very true that they were a great resource for those who are interested in not only creating but for procreation too! A lot of people are in need of answers in regards to the lifestyle. And this being on of the few places left for people to gather, it would be nice to have.

I kinda like the idea of having a resident expert to answer "fan mail." Like Dear Abby or Dr. Ruth! Or an illustrated guide with all new and graphic illustrations.

I have in mind a board for Q&A posts, and a set of locked stickies that the 'best' are moved, or copied to. So as Q's are answered a knowledge base is built.

Artists offering illustrations would be great. 
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CuriousCD

Re: A "How to Guide to Zoophilia" Good Idea..??
« Reply #6 on: February 19, 2019, 10:34:14 AM »
I like this idea. Stickies would be easy to find. And a good way to separate the obvious BS from the truth.
 

Ridden

Re: A "How to Guide to Zoophilia" Good Idea..??
« Reply #7 on: February 19, 2019, 11:16:11 AM »
I like this idea. Stickies would be easy to find. And a good way to separate the obvious BS from the truth.

Probably have one sticky per species, to make for easy searching.

Not sure if we do the same for the Q&A's or maybe start with just one until the volume increases.

The guidelines would be no off topic posts, no repeat questions, so the lazy need to look first not just ask repeat questions. And a request to state the purpose, is it a question to help make an accurate image, or to actually try/do the whatever.

Answers would need to be only from those with actual personal experience, so an answer that starts, "I think" / I've not done it but..." get deleted.

To avoid questions getting to page 152 I think we delete them once the 'results' are moved/posted to the stickies, saves doubling up, and keeps the posts to those 'active' or as yet unanswered due to nobody currently having answers.

I simply don't have the time to effectively write a 'users guide', I doubt anyone does, so my main concern is to get experienced people to offer advice when they can. The other obvious concern is ensuring the stickies only contain accurate info.

More discussion/suggestions needed, but perhaps we have the beginnings of a plan..?


R
I'm a bitch, I'm a lover
I'm a child, I'm a mother
I'm a sinner, I'm a saint
I do not feel ashamed
I'm your hell, I'm your dream
I'm nothing in between
You know you wouldn't want it any other way
 

Ridden

Re: A "How to Guide to Zoophilia" Good Idea..??
« Reply #8 on: February 27, 2019, 01:29:03 AM »
I have a lot of experience with male canines so I would be able to write a guide - although I did believe that talking about real life bestiality experiences went against our web-hosting terms? I could be wrong, but I know photos and videos are banned so I would want to make sure we are even allowed to discuss it.

You are absolutely correct in that pictures and video are currently not allowed. This is a limit set as part of the hosting deal, it may change in future, but this site's raison d'Ítre is artwork and stories, anything else is therefore incidental.

As for discussing, writing about real or fictional encounters, all are acceptable, given only the few limits the rules require, mostly no underage characters, real or imagined.

That said, I think an easy way around this could be to write a story where a new person is guided into the world of petlove (either one-on-one in some relationship or group sessions in a college-class-type environment - it would even be kind of funny to have a sex therapist in charge of the situation) anyway one person would be totally new at it and there would be someone more experienced, thus being able to cover basic questions and concerns as well as their answers without explicitly stating "How do I ____" which may be prohibited in some places?

Whilst the story approach is a reasonable suggestion and one you are of course free to pursue, the point of a Q&A is to allow questions and provide factual responses. To that end it is probably better to stick to simple questions and direct answers.

Anyway if this is allowed and no one else specifically wanted the job then I would be willing and able to work on it - you guys have seen examples of my stories, and I've shown a few friends examples of my nonfiction as well any I think the results were decent. Doing it as an informational yet fictional story may fit better with the vibe of our site possibly?

Welcome aboard... Everyone with actual experience is welcome to provide answers to questions posed by other members.

If we are allowed to discuss that stuff think of how cool it would be if we got a team to work together and maybe do a quarterly magazine or something with contributions from our artists and writers and hey we could even add advice columns and stuff for fun ^.^ Idk  I just have a lot of ideas.

A great idea, but let's walk first and run later. We are still ironing out the wrinkles in the site and building a membership, let's get a Q&A going first, settle on a viable format, then see how we can help it evolve...

R
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I'm a child, I'm a mother
I'm a sinner, I'm a saint
I do not feel ashamed
I'm your hell, I'm your dream
I'm nothing in between
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sirocco99

Re: A "How to Guide to Zoophilia" Good Idea..??
« Reply #9 on: March 09, 2019, 08:42:40 PM »
I see this section is now up and running, in a space all to itself. Congratz on the excellent work so far . I'm looking forward to seeing how it develops :)
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