We had one of the girls suggest that perhaps if we are having problems with people not respecting us, that perhaps we should change the tags that advertise us as cumsluts and use things like “sorority freshamn”, etc. instead.
not to disparage the suggestion, and i always appreciate getting suggestions, but…
i disagree completely
if someone doesn’t want to wear a tag that advertises her sluttiness, she can always use the “chi tau sorority” tag… that’s why it’s there
the whole point of the sim is that we are sluts and proud to advertise that fact… if some individuals take that as an excuse to be disrespectful, that’s on them.
i’m a cumdumpster, and proud to advertise it. doesn’t mean i’m a slave, and doesn’t mean i don’t deserve respect, and i will defend to the bitter end any of my sisters’ and their deserving of respect
hell, most of the boys should respect us FOR being cumsluts
after all, isn’t that why they come here?
so ultimately… if you don’t want to wear one of the slut tags for any reason, you can use the “chi tau sorority” tag instead, but i urge you not to give in to the morons… be proud to be a slut, shout it out for all to hear.
and if someone wants to disrespect you for that, or for any reason, tell an admin or owner, and we will deal with it.
Chi Tau City celebrates it’s first anniversary. One year and growing steadily. Join our day long party with DJs, demonstrations, bubble rides, bumper boats, magic and adult fun.
Saturday March 23rd from 8am to 7pm!!
all day bubble flights and boats
08am – 10am DJ Tana
10am – 11am shibari/rope-play presentation by Tana
11am – 1pm DJ Kendra
01pm – 2pm Magic, Possession, and Soul-Trapping by Kayla
02pm – 4pm DJ Trasee
04pm – 5pm Bumper Boats
05pm – 7pm DJ Lillie
Respect is a way of treating or thinking about something or someone. If you respect your teacher, you admire her and treat her well. People respect others who are impressive for any reason, such as being in authority — like a teacher or cop — or being older — like a grandparent. You show respect by being polite and kind. For a lot of people, taking your hat off is a show of respect. When people are insulted or treated badly, they feel they haven’t been treated with respect. You can respect things as well as people. Saying the Pledge of Allegiance shows respect to your country. Vocabulary.com
There has been a concern growing lately, and it resolves around respect. It isn’t surprising, considering that the lack of respect extends far beyond the reaches of our city, and dwells in the hearts of many people all over the world. Chi Tau City’s rules revolve around respect. Respect the city. Respect the citizens. Respect immersion. This means that we need to put aside what we hear almost daily and show others the respect that we also feel others should show us. This means putting the needs and wishes of another person before our own desires, an act that is alien to most of us.
Respecting the citizens is what I want to talk about now, as this is where the majority of our problems come from. The citizens include the city owners, city administrators, the sorority sisters, our residents, and every single person who visits the city. Every single person here deserves to be shown and treated with respect, whether you like them or not. So what does that mean in practice? It means that you put their needs before your own. You are polite and respectful. If someone says no, or tells you that they aren’t interested, you move on to someone else. You do not verbally, emotionally, mentally abuse another person, just because you don’t get your way.
There are a number of different people that come to this city. Some will have sex with anything, anyone, for any reason. Others are more selective about who they choose. Believe it or not, there are even some who come to the city for the friendships formed and the DJ events, not for the sex at all. This is a community of diverse people with different wants, needs and desires. Yes, it is centered around sex and cum, but that is only part of who and what we are as a community. Be mindful of that, and by showing respect, you will flourish in our community. Take that same respect for others outside of the city, in every aspect of your life, and you will find that you will flourish as well.
I want to emphasize how important respect is to our community. If you don’t show respect to others, and are abusive to anyone while you are in the city, you may find yourself on the receiving end of a ban, and possibly being offered up to the Linden gods to be dealt with appropriately. No one is too important for the city, and we will always be better off without disrespectful individuals around. It really is easy to be respectful, it only requires a small amount of courtesy, and we would certainly love to have you as part of our city.
Of course, this brings us to role play. Some might think that it’s their character’s way to be disrespectful. They might even use that as an excuse. It’s true, you may have that type of character, but if you are still in control of your character’s actions. If a person isn’t interested in that type of play, and makes it clear to you, as the one in control, respect that answer and move to someone who is interested in that type of play. If you are looking for rape play or other forced sex scenes, find out as the one in control if that person is interested before you start. Better yet, cross the river into Old Town and the Red Light District and look for those who have the Victim tag displayed. That person has already given their consent, and you’re welcome to do whatever you desire with them, up until the point that they give you an out of character “no” response. At that point, it is time to stop and find another victim.
There is absolutely no excuse for disrespecting anyone. Everyone has the ability to show respect, even when you’re playing a character who is intentionally disrespectful. There are times we may disrespect unintentionally, and when that happens, apologize and move on. Please continue to keep Chi Tau City a fun place for everyone, and don’t put the administrators in a position to ban you from participating in our community.
I have notice lately, it has become quite popular to go afk while standing around in front of the sorority.
I have a couple of problems with this (and a couple solutions). This makes us look like an AFK sim, or at the very least gives a “zombified” impression of the sim.
I support the idea of going AFK on the sim, but please do it responsibly.
Here are a few key points to consider when going afk:
1 – if you are sitting on something, you are less strain on the sim, so park it.
2 – if you have an AFK tipjar, visitors know you are AFK. Why don’t you grab one, they are in the bus station on the back wall. Who knows, you might make a couple Lindens.
3 – if you are all clustered around in front of the sorority we look like an AFK sim… so spread out. Pick a pretty location and park with your tipjar. besides, if there are single girls scattered around the sim, it looks more “populated” rather than just having a cluster of “dots” right at the sorority. it also promotes exploration.
a note on this one, in addition to all the pretty locations you can park, the Cafe on the boardwalk was originally set up and intended as an AFK Cafe, so if you can’t pick a location, just head into the cafe and park there. if enough girls do this regularly, then visitors would know to look there for AFK girls if that’s what they want.
4 – i do promote being AFK when you are on-sim but not active… in fact if you are doing stuff elsewhere and are going to go AFK for a while i would love to have you pop in, grab a tipjar, and do your AFK time here, but do it responsibly.
another interesting note… the light post on the street to the north of the sorority… it used to be on the corner to the south, directly in front of the bus station doors. people would park AFK on it regularly, so the first thing anyone saw when they exited the bus station was an AFK girl, and while i support being AFK, it gave the wrong image of the sim. so, i moved the light pole to where it is today. girls still use it for AFK, and that’s great, but it is no longer the first thing people see when they arrive.
however, the first thing they do see is the front lawn of the sorority. i love that they are typically arriving and seeing a crowd… that is the image we want to project, but when the crowd is all AFK, that kind of short circuits the image.
so, please do continue to congregate on the front lawn, that’s great, but when you go AFK… please wander somewhere less “immediate”, grab a tipjar, and sit. you will be doing the sim a great favor, and providing a service for the visitors that enjoy that as well.
thank you again for listening to my ramblings.
Important Addendum – After much discussion, to support this we have decided to make the following areas “NO-AFK Zones”:
The Bus Station
The Sorority House
The Sorority Front Yard
The Street immediately in front of the sorority
Stray Cat Lounge
The Street immediately in front of Stray Cat