Read on, and you may find defacing the site's logo to be justice.
When DList.com first became widely known to many, it was because NYC party promoter Daniel Nardicio took it over from the "dot-bomb" website that it was before, Manmatch. MySpace was the biggest social networking site at the time, and Daniel wanted DList to be a gay version of it where gay men could be more sexually open, with the rule of X-rated pics or pics showing nudity being kept private, while MySpace allows no such option towards sexuality at all. Over time, this changed, and it was NOT Daniel's call. It turns out Daniel's partner in this venture had plans to sell DList to Manhunt. In this plan to sell DList, nudity and sexuality became more restricted, unless you were willing to pay for DList Plus. For those of you who have DList accounts, has someone ever unlocked their private pics for you, or go allowed you into what they now call their "backroom", and when you try to see their pics, you might see a few, but you suddenly get this sign:
Well, it's a scam to make you pay for either DList Plus and/or Manhunt for some nudity. This was not the DList I orignally signed up for, and I think pornstar Victor Steele should be quite insulted, since that's his body used in the sign.
Since this was not Daniel's vision of what he wanted DList to be, he felt leaving it was best. I still kept my account at DList simply for promoting this blog through their "bulletins" feature. But I recently had an incident that has made me feel that I also need to walk away.
It has been so long since I have updated my DList.com profile that I don't even remember. In fact, it's been so long that I still had Tre-X.com listed as my website, and I never added my Facebook page as a way to stay in touch with me. So imagine my surprise when I go to my account to promote my latest blog entry, and see that I have an email. I was wondering from who, and was on the verge of being flattered by someone's attention. That is until I got to my inbox to see the sender being DList, and the subject saying:
Your picture has been disapproved.
I opened the email and it gave a URL of the picture that was disapproved. It turned out being this one: