Direct social media links:
Social media links (in approximate order of how often they’re updated):
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/ToplessTopics
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/toplesstopics
- MeWe: https://mewe.com/join/toplesstopics
- Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/toplesstopics
- Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ToplessTopics
- Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ToplessTopics
- Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/c/ToplessTopics
- Video Game Livestreams: twitch.tv/toplesstopics
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TopTopicsTV
- Tumblr: http://toplesstopics.tumblr.com/
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I don’t have time to reply to every message, but I do read all of them, and will reply to direct inquiries if I can!
Hey everyone, just wanted to share this graphic I made today to post to the various social media platforms that I’ve got varying levels of Topless Topics content established to. Of course the overwhelming majority of these sites ban women’s nipples but not men’s (y’know, the whole point of these videos) so my hands are quite tied as to what I can post to them without getting banned (I often get banned anyway, just for TALKING about #freethenipple e.e). But nonetheless if you wanna help get the word out about Topless Topics, I would surely appreciate a follow on all/any platforms you use yourself, and feel free to reblog/retweet anything I post there so your own followers can check it out!
I also use some of these to just “shoot the breeze” and chat about content I’m in the process of creating/want to create, asking for fan feedback to help me figure out what I should focus on, and more. So if that interests you, then please consider following the above accounts, especially Twitter, Instagram, and now MeWe, which I use the most often! MeWe I’m especially excited about–it’s a very small service that few people use yet, but unlike Facebook and all the others, MeWe claims that 1. they will never sell your personal data for profit, and 2. they understand (unlike 99% of the other platforms, as I’m often lamenting) that “nudity” is not interchangeable with “sex” and so there’s a growing community of nudists that have really been singing MeWe’s praises. Of course, I don’t think women’s nipples should be considered “nude” if men’s nipples aren’t, but until our society and the advertisers that profit from it come around to the idea of true equality between genders, then a social media platform that allows nudity but not pornography is the best we can hope for, and I intend to use MeWe as much as I can, until it either fizzles out from lack of users or decides they’re gonna ban women’s bodies after all, a la Periscope, Youtube, and so many others!
Anywho I hope to get the next newsletter out in the next few days if possible, so if you haven’t signed up yet, you can do so here (and read past newsletters): https://www.toplesstopics.org/newsletter/ Otherwise, hopefully see you in various forms on the various social media platforms, and/or in the next video!