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Re: Keyholder Forum

Postby locked4her55 » Fri May 11, 2012 9:34 am

I agree with Ric C.

My wife/KH knows I spend time on this Forum both reading and contributing. I have told her about the one Keyholders Thread here too. I think she is reluctant to share her feelings and stories since this is a predominantly male oriented site.

I actually believe she would visit and participate in a Forum that was designed for Keyholders to share their experiences.
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Re: Keyholder Forum

Postby Tom Allen » Fri May 11, 2012 8:28 pm

locked4her55 wrote:I agree with Ric C.

My wife/KH knows I spend time on this Forum both reading and contributing. I have told her about the one Keyholders Thread here too. I think she is reluctant to share her feelings and stories since this is a predominantly male oriented site.

I actually believe she would visit and participate in a Forum that was designed for Keyholders to share their experiences.


Yeah, we're working on having a separate forum.

But while this is a male-dominated site, I'm pretty sure that most of the men are smart enough to treat a newb (man or woman) with respect and deference.

There are (or at least, used to be) several women-only web boards, but they've had issues with some of the members. You could try searching for "she makes the rules" but I'm not sure if it's still around.
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Re: Keyholder Forum

Postby J&M » Fri May 11, 2012 11:47 pm

M here:

I agree and see your point, but I would want, as KH, to have just our own thread on here, instead of a topic oriented post. I enjoy seeing all the posts. And while this may be male dominated, I think they should see the other KH posts as well, for knowledge. The KH thread is on the Member's Lounge page. It's not very active, but people do post.

I'm also new with this site. But it appears to me there are more KH posts being posted, slowly. We do deserve our own place ;)
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Re: Keyholder Forum

Postby conorg » Sat May 12, 2012 3:46 am

My suggestion would be a keyholder only forum from the board index and make it viewable to members only.
I'm not sure of the inner workings of this forum as too what permission levels you have or can create but it may be possible to make the KH only forum so that only keyholders can post in it but preferably viewable to all members. There is some usefull and interesting information posted there from KH's.
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Re: Keyholder Forum

Postby Atone » Sat May 12, 2012 7:53 am

This has been discussed before. My feeling from the last discussion was that there should be a separate sub-forum for keyholders to post in.

It would be viewable by all, even non-members. The idea there is that many new keyholders looking for information are not going to join until after they feel there is benefit in doing so. If it is in a members only section then they won't even find it.

We would ask non-keyholders not to post in the subforum and enforce it through gentle moderation. I can only speak for myself but believe none of the moderators are particularly interested in somehow verifying that a member is / is not a keyholder.
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Re: Keyholder Forum

Postby celticqueens_sub » Sat May 12, 2012 2:16 pm

Atone wrote:This has been discussed before. My feeling from the last discussion was that there should be a separate sub-forum for keyholders to post in.

It would be viewable by all, even non-members. The idea there is that many new keyholders looking for information are not going to join until after they feel there is benefit in doing so. If it is in a members only section then they won't even find it.

We would ask non-keyholders not to post in the subforum and enforce it through gentle moderation. I can only speak for myself but believe none of the moderators are particularly interested in somehow verifying that a member is / is not a keyholder.


Agreed. Atone is spot on. Just use your brains folks, we spend a huge amount of time just deleting tons of spam.
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Re: Keyholder Forum

Postby Tom Allen » Sat May 12, 2012 2:33 pm

Okay, right now we have a Keyholder's Forum set up. At this time it's private: you need to be a member and we have to manually add you.

I have already taken the liberty of adding a number of self-identified keyholders to the list. If you can't see the forum, leave a message (on this thread, or PM me) and we'll get it sorted out.

Eventually we will probably take the Forum to a less restrictive setting. There have been a few issues to straighten out first.

Thanks to everybody for your continued patience.
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Re: Keyholder Forum

Postby celticqueens_sub » Sat May 12, 2012 3:53 pm

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Re: Keyholder Forum

Postby Ihgas » Tue Mar 19, 2013 10:28 pm

How's the keyholder forum doing? I'm not a keyholder but my wife is! :) I think she would be interested in participating if there is a decent amount of activity there. We have just been lurking so far and just started playing with chastity a few months ago.
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Re: Keyholder Forum

Postby Tom Allen » Wed Mar 20, 2013 5:58 am

I don't know what a "decent amount" of activity is, but we have quite a few active keyholders, both newbs and veterans. And of course, if she participated, it would be that much more active, wouldn't it? ;)
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