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NSFW BRs - and why some of them are just 'nasty'

A few weeks back, I’ve posted about someone basically asking female writers to describe their past experiences (…that kind, yes) before they would order from them. I’ve contacted CS, the requests were taken down and all was great in the world…
Until new orders were posted.
The requests are along the lines of
"Looking for a female author who has experience as a cheerleader / someone who wore a school uniform!!) to write a story about their NSFW experiences wearing said clothing. To apply, DESCRIBE the experience… "

Contacted CS again and… drumrolll… CS told me to BLOCK them. (which would mean that I’d need to contact them, to start with…) But they’ll look into it. (they are looking into it, the poster has posted another request since then, none has been taken down).
So on one side, I get it: business is business and these people probably are willing to pay OK.
On the other hand, I see a stark difference between requesting someone to write erotica in private (OR to post a tasteful BR, without involving details that could be referring to minors!) and well, this. Of course, I could just ignore this, but as a former nanny / teacher (who’d worked with older kids / teenagers) I just don’t think this is acceptable. I’ve seen plenty of other weird requests but they don’t involve directing asking about past experiences (which in some cases is definitely good!).

On a better note - after this rant, I’m curious. What’s the strangest (not necessarily NSFW request you have come across so far?

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In the voice over BR subcategory, you get the occasional blatantly NSFW request for moans, grunts, and…other sounds; primarily directed at women voice actors but sometimes at men.

Worst offers that were personally messaged to me were a not-subtle-at-all male enhancement product and a foot fetishist wanting video of dirty feet wiggling in shoes, socks, and barefoot…

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Ah that sounds very “fun”.

Especially the foot videos. I think I’ve gotten a few of those people over the time as well.
All is well when it’s only adults who are targeted but fiverr has a broad age-range which worries me (if it was all 18+ I’d probably just laugh it off.)

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I’d like to see ‘report’ functionality on BRs.

Anyway, below are some things I’ve seen. One of the many reasons I stopped viewing BRs.

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From the samples you posted, I see two fetishists and one possible paranoid schizophrenic.

Same! CS told me that they can be reported through their profile but wouldn’t you need to write to them for that ? (I guess looking for their username is still possibly but…).
Those three are hilariously strange though.

If, IF, they have a profile image, and not the default letter-on-gray, you can find their profiles.

I don’t think they do… I think the paedo one doesn’t. I just feel like CS seems to have no issue with this.
It’s easier to tell me to block them (since the issue will cease for me.)
But I’ll try to see if I can find their profiles! Even if it’s 18+ such a request doesn’t seem to fall into the category of artistic or medical self-expression so maybe…

If you plan on pursuing (and I support taking down creeps), right-click the image and inspect (you’ll see <img src="", class="" and, at the end alt=“username”).

Plus the minimum age to sell on this site is 13. I would not want a kid to stumble into a request like that.

Doesn’t seem to work, they don’t have a profile picture, but thanks for the tip! I’m going to bug CS until I get a proper response. There’s plenty weird things there but it seems to be getting worse and worse (and as you’ve said, we don’t want kids finding this. (or women in a pinch who NEED the money either.)
I do understand that there’s no way to weed out all these people but… it’s not good (to put it simply).