[F4A] Taking a break from Pillowtalkaudio for awhile (ramble)

I've heard you mention /u/moonstarghost before but I don't ever recall seeing you on gwa when I was an active member, so I don't know what happened to make you leave and change your name, but you still seem to be really bothered by it which is a little troublesome. When you're new, GWA can be a tough place to try and break into because groups and cliques have already been formed. I got lucky when I first joined GWA because I fell in with a really lovely group of girls who took me under their wing and gave me a lot of guidance, so my experience with GWA was mostly positive. On the flip side, GWA is for erotic audio, so "vanilla" stuff isn't going to be as popular as something that's a little more risqué and so if you're more about the vanilla and less about the erotic/kink/getting off, then you're going to have a difficult time trying to fit in because you're in a place where you don't belong. It's like if I were to start posting fetish audios to PTA. I'd be called out on it and I wouldn't fit in because that's not what PTA is about.

I'm on here at least once a day and I have noticed that you post quite frequently. I've noticed another person who also posts quite a lot but the difference between the two of you, from my perspective, is that some of your posts have had nothing really to do with what PTA is about. I also think that when you come to smaller subreddits like PTA, if you're someone who wants to post a lot, you tend to flood the front page because submissions run at a much slower pace compared to larger subs like GWA. So what happens is, you end up with a whole list of /u/bunnywhispers posts which then has the tendency to drown out everyone else. Posting can be fun and it can get addictive but in smaller specialty subs like this one, you need to think more about quality rather than quantity.

If you're not in a good place with reddit, then maybe you should think seriously about taking a break from it because you're just running around in circles at this point and it seems like you're picking on PTA because you're not getting the type of attention that you feel you need or deserve. That might sound harsh but I know that various people have tried to give you their best advice when you've asked for it, and every time you've turned around and made one of these 'why are people picking on me?' type posts. This is just what I've seen play out in the time that you've been here, and if I'm wrong then I sincerely apologise but I do have to say that it's not cool to throw PTA under the bus like you have in your audio post because I've seen this place be nothing but supportive towards people and I've seen those same people be patient and supportive towards you too. That's all I'm going to say about it.

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