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25 August 2008 05:44
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For people over 5'8" who don't want to get their boobs or bits out?!!


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25 August 2008 06:38
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For people over 5'8" who don't want to get their boobs or bits out?!!



I'd be all for that.

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26 August 2008 16:10
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Do you mean an aditional section in the existing models category, or a whole new category dedicated to fashion?
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26 August 2008 17:12
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Do you mean an aditional section in the existing models category, or a whole new category dedicated to fashion?



I would have thought just an additional section in the existing models category to be sufficient. The present categories seem to cater far much for those involved in glamour work.

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27 August 2008 05:33
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maybe a whole new section, so you can search through fashion models, or in the forum have photographers seeking fashion models and models seeking fashion work. It's just too difficult to filter through all the glamour stuff at the moment.


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27 August 2008 13:22
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 It's just too difficult to filter through all the glamour stuff at the moment.



Agreed, whenever I post seeking models for fashion work it seems to be lost in a deluge of posts from guys just wanting to see female body parts.

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28 August 2008 07:10
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Hey I think this is a brill idea!


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28 August 2008 09:18
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Would models have to be 5' 8" or over to post?

I would suggest a tick box for advertisers to select the type of work offered or sought in the forums currently available.
This would then display a category in the thread title. Rather like the location dialogue now on certain fora. 

But for the sake of sanity keep it simple ie Fashion, Swimwear/lingerie, Glamour, Nude, Adult, Fetish & Alternative should cover anything worth doing so we don't need all that "implied" malarkey.

It doesn't work with locations as there is currently a thread entitled Manchester (West Yorkshire) but a tick box would prevent this.




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28 August 2008 21:14
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Would models have to be 5' 8" or over to post?


5'8" is considered a must for the cat walk but I've found there's plenty of work out there for models that are height challenged.

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29 August 2008 01:57
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5'8" is considered a must for the cat walk but I've found there's plenty of work out there for models that are height challenged.




That question which opened my post was just my sense of humour coming out Nick.

When the OP suggested a forum for people over 5' 8" I just wondered who would be checking the height of forum contributors and what would be the consequences for any 5' 7" shortarses who had the temerity to post.



However, back to the point, I don't think a seperate forum for fashion work would be necessary if all offering/seeking work adverts carried a dialogue stating the general work type in the thread title.

EG " Blonde available next Saturday in Bristol" (Glamour) or "Slim model with 2 heads required in Birmingham" (Alternative)

If the categories could only be selected via a compulsory tickbox then no ad would appear without the worktype displayed in the thread title.

I'm sure that anybody ticking the wrong box would have it brought to their attention soon enough. This happens already when a thread is started in the wrong forum.





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