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6 responses to “Represent Yourself: Profile Tips for Fetlife”

  1. The Dominant Gentleman

    Sign me up for that discussion topic! :-)

  2. Morgan

    You? But…your profile is que magnifico! :)
    Mine on the other hand…

    If I get some more interest, it would be really fun to do this. Or even do it as a chat topic maybe?

    I will keep you posted.

    Morgan

  3. The Mistress Didi*

    GREAT advice! I am certainly going to encourage others to read this post! And so eloquently written!

  4. John

    Can you tell me how to establish a second profile on Fetlife. They say it is OK but I sure can’t figure out how to do it. Been looking at the sight for days. Also seems I can’t message the support group with the same question.

    Thanks, John

  5. lunaKM

    John, you have to use a different email address then your current profile.

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