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  1. Alwin Alcott wrote: by signing up you accepted the TOS, you had to provide REAL and TRUE information. If you didn't you fraud. Because sl uses rl payments in and out the world your account is attached to a real human. So therefore it's not possible to change. Create a new account if you want to do it right this time, and abandon the old one. There is no evaluation phase on sl. 1. I don't cash out anything. 2. I don't need an official provision from LL to decide on what I personally deem to be an evaluation phase. 3. I did create a new account just in case.
  2. Syo Emerald wrote: sams Byron wrote: Or original account was signed up with inaccurate info due to uncertainty as to future status when testing the waters for the first time. After concluding account will continue to be used the user now wants to provide the proper info to insure security of said account. Practically every service provider lets change your details later because they know people will not provide accurate details (if they're smart) for the first time during the evaluation phase. Only idiots do that. And there wouldn't be any sort of security for anyone, if it was so easy to simply change all details in your account information. Just think about all the cases, where people lose their accounts because someone else manages to trick them with phishing messages. Makes sense.... to some degree. Normally other companies would at least ask you for the info provided before they let you make changes. I could make an educated guess on what I filled in 5 years ago. There isn't even an opportunity to do this on the dashboard. Also, I beg to differ on the wisdom of providing full personal details on any service you're checking out for the first time. If you have no intention of staying, why leave your info out there in yet another database and increase your instances of being exposed should LL get hacked? The ones who fall for phishing scams are the real idiots IMO.
  3. Or original account was signed up with inaccurate info due to uncertainty as to future status when testing the waters for the first time. After concluding account will continue to be used the user now wants to provide the proper info to insure security of said account. Practically every service provider lets change your details later because they know people will not provide accurate details (if they're smart) for the first time during the evaluation phase.
  4. How does one update the name, date of birth and secret question portions you filled on sign up? Can't find it on my dashboard.
  5. Thanks for the links. I guess what I'm looking for is a slender figure with a modest height. I have no desire to be a huge musclebound stereotype as is often the cause with a lot of male avatars.
  6. Hi all, I'm in the market for some quality asian skins and shapes. Does anyone have any recommendations for specific stores that would be worth investigating before I delve into SL's dreaded search engine in-world and marketplace? Thanks.
  7. Thanks for the replies. I was always aware that a few female AVs are male operated but never suspected it would be in the stereotypical range of 90% - that just doesn't sound right I also assumed there were usually more rl women in sl than men so I thought it would balance out eventually. I never considered that gay/bi users would actually want to roleplay as an opposite sex who is straight for any reason other than as a parody (while straight males have been known to play the opposite sex as a cruel joke sometimes). I was surprised as well to learn there are women who use male AVs for reasons other than building, machinima, or as a showcase model. The options for men here are pretty limited by comparison but then a lot of us don't shop much either so I can't say I fathom the appeal. For the straight women who are taking on the role of lesbians in sl, would it be fair to say in a world where you can be anything you want, being straight where it is already ubquituous in the real world has fallen somewhat out of fashion for you in sl? Could sexuality in a virtual world become something that, like clothing, you could morph in and out of at your leisure? Lastly, someone in the thread here mentioned that some women prefer male avatars who are played by other real life women because of the better rp sex. Is this fairly common in SL? That can't be good news for the rest of us if so lol.
  8. This is just my personal observation. I've noticed the various club venues I've visited tend to have a fairly very high ratio of female avatars declaring themselves as bisexual or gay in their profile versus female avatars who do not (and I assume are straight). On public beach sims, it seems to hover around 50-50. Non-gender specific regions, of course. I'm curious, what are your observations? Have you found that straight women are a minority versus women with different (or have multiple) preferences at your regular hangout spot?
  9. Can anyone recommend a good quality **bleep** that has transfer permissions? I have a few alts and want to save some lindens by not having to purchase a separate male appendage for all of them. Thanks
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