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I didn't mean just one person TofuEmmy

Posted by Joslynn on January 11, 2005, at 9:50:23

In reply to What about PB pushes your buttons? T's and px's, posted by TofuEmmy on January 10, 2005, at 23:32:53

Yes to answer your question, the cases of violations I remember were not just one individual. And I do not want to gang up on the client, it's the Ts who I want to "gang up" on, if that makes sense.

Now that I think about it, it may not have been just this board, maybe it was another one??? Social? I don't even remember all the names involved.

It is the T's behavior that pushes my buttons, not the clients. And it is the congratulations of other posts that pushed my buttons too. I thought it would give the wrong idea to lurkers or newbies and let the Ts "off the hook," so to speak. I think what the Ts are doing is a form of abuse.

But let me make one thing clear, I totally understand why a person would want to get physically intimate with a T! Completely. But it horrifies me that some Ts take advantage of this. If I didn't understand that temptation, the posts wouldn't upset me so much. It's like, there but for the grace of God go I, except that I was lucky enough to have someome professional who didn't take advantage of me and add a new problem to my existing ones.

I don''t blame the clients, I blame the Ts. And as someone who believes it's wrong (along with all the professional organizations who monitor these things) I feel like I should speak up and say it's wrong, the Ts are acting out terribly.




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