Staying in Touch – Keep or Delete

  • Posted on June 25, 2021 at 2:09 pm

Hey there JS fans.

I have some questions for all of you:

  • Do you like the “Staying in Touch” page?
  • Is it useful?
  • What should the future of our “Staying in Touch” page be?

Here’s the thing. A few issues have come to my attention and that need addressing.

  1. People asking to have their info included only to ask for its removal a short time later,
  2. People complaining that no one responds to emails sent to them,
  3. People complaining that published email addresses are not valid,
  4. People are being, for lack of a better word, harassed. (IE: Asked about their activities with their kids, if you get my meaning.)


Issue 1. This may be happening because of issue 4, which would be totally understandable if it is.  And it’s not a big deal to delete someone from the list, just annoying when you’ve taken the time to create a record and add the data only to delete it a short time later.

Issue 2. Sorry, nothing I can do about that.

Issue 3. There are far too many emails for me to vet on a regular basis to ensure validity.  As stated at the top of the “Staying in Touch” page, you! need to report any invalid email addresses to us. Do that and I will gladly delete them.

Issue 4. This really sucks! And sadly, there is nothing I can do about it.


I, personally, would like to delete it.  But, the “Staying in Touch” page is for you, our readers therefore,  I (Juicy Secrets) would like your input on what we do with it. Do we keep the page as is, do we get rid of it altogether, or are there any changes you would like to see that would make it better?

Let us know what you think in the comments below. We are looking forward to hearing your opinions.


Amanda Lynn

Juicy Secrets Site Manager



45 Comments on Staying in Touch – Keep or Delete

  1. lofftie50 says:

    My vote is to keep please

  2. kim says:

    Great points, Amanda Lynn. We understand where you are coming from. We often see people asking to be added only to ask to be removed a few days later.

    When we asked to be added, we thought it would be fun just to chat with others about stories on the site and things like that.

    We asked a short time later to be removed, for issue 4.

    Like any place on line, it could be good, or you may never know what dirty dark alley you are walking in to.

    Personally, we’d like it better if you had more time to work on your stories, as we love them. That’s just us.

    Maybe if people knew they had to stay on the list for a month before they could be removed by request, they would think longer first before asking to be added to the list.

    I guess maybe a poll of Staying in Touch users would be an idea.

    Liked it?
    Didn’t like it?

    We like the idea, but didn’t like the results we got.

    Kim & Sue

  3. Giacomo says:

    I like the idea, though I haven’t used the feature yet. It’s obviously got some drawbacks but, honestly, what doesn’t? Maybe this notice will tamp down some of the poor behavior simply by pointing out the possibility of losing the service for everyone.

  4. Alex says:

    I say keep it, number 4 is pretty bad but then again people willingly put their emails here. I would suggest putting a message at the top saying that people should only put emails or other contact info here that is detached from anything they use in daily life.

  5. Steve says:

    I like it but in the long run it’s up to you what you do with it

  6. Tracy says:

    I say keep it with the caveat that if anyone reports a particular person/e-mail address as an harassment e-mail that the e-mail be deleted. I can give you an e-mail that is no longer valid. How do you want me to inform you?

    Thanks Amanda for all your work.

  7. Tracy says:

    Invalid e-mail address: [email protected]

    • Amanda Lynn says:

      Thanks for letting us know. Here is fine for now. However, reports should be done on the Staying in Touch page or via email to [email protected]

      • Tracy says:

        I’ll volunteer to send e-mails to most of those on the list, if you’d like to help “clean it up”. As a teacher, I’m off for the summer and have some time.

        • Amanda Lynn says:

          Thank you for the offer to help. If you are sure this is something you want to take on then feel free. I would appreciate it greatly. Please send your results to our email address. Thanks again. 🙂

          Amanda Lynn

          • Uncle Jack says:

            Many thanks for the extra work of maintaining the list. I’ve had generally a positive experience from “the list”. I dont message anyone, but do occasionally get an email from a reader here and probably because it seems to be mostly women the conversation is good i.e. not creepy.
            If it’s not a ton of overhead I’d vote to keep it. Then again others mileage may vary.

          • Tracy says:

            I’ll send the results to your e-mail address.
            Glad to help

          • Amanda Lynn says:

            Thanks. Could you also show the “Member Name” for each in your report, please? Makes it easier to find in the list. 🙂

  8. nic says:

    i find it useful, i do understand this is suppose to be a “female” focused site, i feel it would be helpful if folk when they ask their info be listed state that they do not want to be contacted by males, i am the kind of person that rightly or wrongly will chat to male, female, younger, older i don’t care it is only chat but it is really annoying when someone says ” my name is xxxxxx please add my email i am open to chatting” or they say “chatting with anyone” then as a male you contact them in a respectful way and never hear back, i also find the instant request of ASL annoying and a total waste of time, no way in hell am i giving private info to someone i don’t know and i can say what i want you have no way of knowing it is true

  9. Karen Cypher says:

    As with most other responders to this post, I agree to keep the contact page in place. I’ve utilized the Staying In Touch page in the past and it has come in pretty handy. Granted, it has been a goodly number of months since I’ve reached out to anyone on the list… I just like to have the option.

  10. Karen says:

    As I am a new member here, I haven’t tried the Staying In Touch section yet, it would be nice to find other like minded women to discuss the stories on here, they aren’t the stories you can discuss with family and friends.So I will give it a try before I cast a vote Karen x

    • Sylvie says:

      Same opinion for me. Kiss

    • Kate says:

      I’m always more than happy to discuss these stories with other girls. It’s wonderful to have some me time whist reading, even better to chat and discuss even further. Discovering each other’s desires

  11. georgelajeuness says:


  12. Evan says:

    Please keep the page. I sent an email with my new email address. Thanks ?

  13. Julie says:

    I vote to keep it please 🙂

  14. Morris says:

    Where is this page???

  15. Angel says:

    I’d like to see you keep the “Staying in Touch” page, in spite of the issues with it. I DO think that people who add their contact information to the page need to be AWARE of the issues, which is why I think your post is REALLY excellent, Amanda Lynn!

  16. k says:

    a vote for keep although i do understand it must be a tremendous amount of work trying to keep everything going here and updated so thank you

  17. Tim says:

    Yes, I too vote to keep, but isn’t it such a shame that a small minority, at least I hope it is small, abuse the facility and spoil it for some.
    And as always, thanks to you all behind the scenes who keep this great site going. Can’t thank you too much!!!

  18. nicolas says:

    add my vote to keep please

  19. David says:

    Amanda,I would like you to keep it too but do understand the time it takes to keep things updated, just to have to remove it later. I have used it myself to meet other like people but if it is decided to remove it then maybe we could just leave our emails in the comment section after a certain story we read. This way the person would know we are interested in being contacted and in what type of stories we enjoy better. I will still be a fan of this site either way!

  20. keiko says:

    I would like for it to stay on here. I have made some lovely connections with people. Some have died after a little while, others have carried on and on and on. I typically answer to all of them, even if they are from men. I am not necessarily interested in men, but that does not mean I have to be rude or unkind. After all, we are all here for the same reason, with the same preferences!

    And I can’t thank you and Jetboy and all the others past and present that have created this place. It is secret home!!!

  21. Sylvie says:

    Can you please notice my new adress mail? Best thanks

  22. Brittany says:

    Can you add my wickr? Bjones2148. Please

  23. VerityVioletViola says:

    I don’t really feel as if I have (or ought to have) a vote given how new I am to this lovely and amazing site, but if I did, I’d definitely vote to keep it, as I haven’t even yet had the chance to use it myself (by posting my email there, something I intend(ed) to do once I have a story on here or have built up more of a presence via comments). It would be disappointing if it were to be removed in the interim. I’ve been really looking forward to connecting with people on here, and sometimes one has the urge to email an author, correspondence that may not be suitable for a public comment (due to length, privacy, etc.–I don’t mean to insinuate anything sordid). Frankly, I feel that the four issues with the page mentioned here are simply inevitable on a site of this nature, however unfortunate or irksome they might be. Just comes with the territory, y’know? Perhaps a disclaimer might be in order to the effect that these things are to be expected, that use of the page is “at one’s own risk” so to speak, and that one shouldn’t blame the site admins for anything that goes awry with it or expect them to maintain it impeccably.

    If the page were to be eliminated, I would propose at least setting up something for authors akin to the old “profile” system on Leslita, wherein they can write a summary description of themselves, their interests and their writing and include an email address if they so wish. Actually, that would be preferable to the “Staying in Touch” page as it currently stands–sure, in the LL model only authors would have the option to have contact info up, but being able to have and read profiles (to get a general sense of who an author is in whatever she may want to share about herself) would be nice. Whatever happens, I’m strongly in favor of retaining the ability to contact authors (who are willing to be contacted) off-site.

    • k says:

      Good suggestion, there is a similar option at nifty and it would be nice to see something the same at lesbian lolita too

  24. Elizabeth says:

    I also would love for this section to stay. I’ve met some absolutely wonderful people here, and some I still connect with on a regular basis. This has been one of my few “connections” to people of similar views, and interests. I would hate to lose that.

    • Karen says:

      Elizabeth I totally agree with your comments where else would we be able to find contact details of liked minded people to chat with.Like yourself since I added my e-Mail to the list I have chatted with some lovely people, and one who has become a very special friend.It would be a shame to lose it.

  25. mollymom says:

    hey amanda lynn – thanks again for managing the page and for prompting this discussion. having tried it a bit, i’ll vote to keep it. have made some nice connections that way.

    on that subject, i have a new wickr handle – name there now is mollysback – can you fix that for me? thanks!

  26. kinkys_sis says:

    I also agree with retaining a contact list for those that want to be added to it.

    It is true, that some unwanted messages will be received. In only a week, I have already had several, but hey, I deal with it.

    The positive side is that some, otherwise possibly lost, friends from other sites have now got back in touch.

    I love the idea suggested somewhere above, that adding an author’s profile were possible.

  27. k says:

    keep it but i would add a suggestion for the male users, asking someone to chat involves having an actual conversation between 2 people not a one sided chat where the male is only interested in “do you have kids, how old are they, are you sexually active with them and if so tell me what you do, can i see pictures of them,can i see you naked” I still feel it would be a good idea to do like most sites do now and make registration mandatory.

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