Forums > Newbie Forum > What Adult B/G and Adult G/G mean

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Abbie-girl

Posts: 7

Nairobi, Nairobi, Kenya

Ok, so i got an offer to work with a glamour modeling site, in the application form they asked me to specify yes/no to some categories like, nude, implied nude, topless, artistic nude, Adult B/G, Adult G/G etc... i understand the rest except the B/G & G/G stuff, and Google isn't really helping out.

Nov 16 12 12:53 am Link

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Designit - Edward Olson

Posts: 1637

NORTH HOLLYWOOD, California, US

Abbie-girl wrote:
Ok, so i got an offer to work with a glamour modeling site, in the application form they asked me to specify yes/no to some categories like, nude, implied nude, topless, artistic nude, Adult B/G, Adult G/G etc... i understand the rest except the B/G

Nov 16 12 01:01 am Link

Model

Jessica Vaugn

Posts: 7320

Los Angeles, California, US

This is what happens to kids when their parents block porn sites! Lol

Nov 16 12 01:09 am Link

Photographer

730372

Posts: 1952

Abbeville, Alabama, US

Jessica Vaugn  wrote:
This is what happens to kids when their parents block porn sites! Lol

big_smile

Nov 16 12 05:59 am Link

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kane

Posts: 1570

Albertville, Rhône-Alpes, France

Jessica Vaugn  wrote:
This is what happens to kids when their parents block porn sites! Lol

borat

Nov 16 12 06:08 am Link

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Essential Image

Posts: 109

Cleveland, Ohio, US

Designit - Edward Olson wrote:
Porn.

B/G is short for Boy/Girl and G/G is Girl/Girl.

MM does not permit sending porn offers, so if it was sent on this site, send a message to the moderators to report it.

The easiest way is to flag it. Instruction:

http://www.modelmayhem.com/education/us … w-to-guide

The other is a message directly to the moderators:

http://www.ripoffreport.com

Just because it is Boy/Girl or Girl/Girl doesn't mean porn, although it could.

Nov 16 12 06:21 am Link

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KMP

Posts: 4825

Houston, Texas, US

Essential Image wrote:

Just because it is Boy/Girl or Girl/Girl doesn't mean porn, although it could.

She said "Adult" B/G and G/G.. I'd bet you money it is porn...

Nov 16 12 06:29 am Link

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Vito

Posts: 4177

Brooklyn, New York, US

First, stop with the Contact a Mod to report it stuff.
It was two tick boxes on an application asking what the model is comfortable with. There were other tick boxes for all the other possible categories.

If it was just for Adult b/g - g/g then the OP should contact a mod.

Nov 16 12 07:02 am Link

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GER Photography

Posts: 7958

Imperial, California, US

Yep!! A bit of the old slap&tickle dontcha know!!:-))

Nov 16 12 07:10 am Link

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sofija

Posts: 23614

Boston, Massachusetts, US

Moderator Note!

Designit - Edward Olson wrote:
Porn.

B/G is short for Boy/Girl and G/G is Girl/Girl.

MM does not permit sending porn offers, so if it was sent on this site, send a message to the moderators to report it.

The easiest way is to flag it. Instruction:

http://www.modelmayhem.com/education/us … w-to-guide

The other is a message directly to the moderators:

http://www.ripoffreport.com

Correct! Thanks for this! smile

Nov 16 12 07:17 am Link

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ontherocks

Posts: 22622

Salem, Oregon, US

to the extent that some new models get scared away by all this adult/porn stuff i think we should definitely try to police the site and CAM these folks. nothing wrong with adult/porn but i believe mayhem isn't supposed to be the place for that. i mean mayhem does allow two people to be in the shot (unlike zivity) but it's supposed to be relatively tame.

Nov 16 12 02:56 pm Link

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M Pandolfo Photography

Posts: 12116

Tampa, Florida, US

Essential Image wrote:
Just because it is Boy/Girl or Girl/Girl doesn't mean porn, although it could.

Umm...actually, yes, it does mean porn. Those are adult industry terms referring to the levels of sexual/gender interaction...and they were used in just that context.

Although I would find it hilarious if a model agreed to G/G work and showed up explaining that she thought G/G meant she was going to be a Big Sister for an underprivileged youth.

Nov 16 12 03:11 pm Link

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M Pandolfo Photography

Posts: 12116

Tampa, Florida, US

Vito wrote:
First, stop with the Contact a Mod to report it stuff.
It was two tick boxes on an application asking what the model is comfortable with. There were other tick boxes for all the other possible categories.

If it was just for Adult b/g - g/g then the OP should contact a mod.

Agreed. This wasn't a solicitation for adult work. She was filling out an application that included her limitations. And we don't know that the OP didn't initiate the contact in the first place.

Nov 16 12 03:14 pm Link

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Designit - Edward Olson

Posts: 1637

NORTH HOLLYWOOD, California, US

Vito wrote:
First, stop with the Contact a Mod to report it stuff.
It was two tick boxes on an application asking what the model is comfortable with. There were other tick boxes for all the other possible categories.

If it was just for Adult b/g - g/g then the OP should contact a mod.

It is my opinion that whether or not it was a form with other options, if someone sent her a request for her to fill out a form that asked her if she would be interested in doing adult work, even if the form is on another site or downloadable or subsequently emailed, that is against the site rules, because they are using this site for the purpose of finding adult models, even if they disguise it or camouflage it.

Nov 16 12 03:41 pm Link