Hi all, does anyone here know of any Yahoo groups associated with enemas???? Thanks and cheers ,,, Smoothaussie.
It really amazes me how people, whoever oversees Yahoo groups, can allow all kinds of things as far as sexual thing go. It seems that as soon as the enema fetish comes up, no way. I look at this as free speach. If you are not into enemas, you don't have to join and you don't have to look at it, same as anything else.
I agree, Yahoo is useless as far as Enema groups. There used to be
some really good ones, but they are all gone. I still belong to a
few other Yahoo groups, but seldom ever log onto any of them anymore. It seems most of the groups are so loaded with SPAM that
members have stopped posting. I've always wondered if Yahoo isn't
the one sending the SPAM so the groups will just give up and close.
As far as enema groups goes, Yahoo is useless! This is the only descent interactive site for those of us interested in enemas as far as I know
In reponse to 'enemamst': the MSN enema groups were taken over by 'worldgroups' several years ago. Activity level there is very low (as is accessibility). There are a few enema groups active still at 'ning', and a few at 'grou (dot)ps'
Yes, anything associated with enemas would be interesting. Please list any sites that you know of. thanks
About ten years ago when I lived in Texas I started a Yahoo group called "Texas Enemas" (for those who like their enemas like the state of Texas, big and hot} and membership shot up to over 1,000 and was ongoing for a year or two. Then one day Yahoo deleted the group for no reason. They are totally psychotic as far as I am concerned. I would like to Know if other servers like Google as an example are more tolerant.
There is a Yahoo group called soapyenema that still exists. It has about 200 members, but there isn't a huge amount of activity. Eventually Yahoo will probably get rid of it I'm sure. I have never really liked the way Yahoo groups worked. This site is much better.
In 2005 Yahoo amended their terms of service to specifically ban obscene material.
Enema groups found their way onto yahoo's radar due to the amount of idiots posting expulsions and scat content in the pic sections so eventually Yahoo just started erasing all of the groups even the ones without pics since "enema" had become synonymous with obscene content.
I recently discovered 2 groups on E-bay of all places. Topics mostly focus on equipment, and vintage stuff.
No more enemas group at Yahoo. They deleted all enemas and medical group.
you can try a search of groups, they come and go fast.
:( Ya unfortunately the main chat groups have been removing adult groups for sometime now....just when we seem to get a good group going a religious zealot gets into a position on a board of one of the companies and able to push their agenda onto the rest of the company..thus removal of all adult groups. Very stupid actually...that's where all the ad revenue is made ::)
Those listings are long out of date. Most (all?) Yahoo enema groups listed are gone. The MSN groups were taken over by Worldgroups, and now are pretty dead. Except for a few that converted into "premium" sites (read: pay sites)
There are still a few alive at ning.
Just about everything out there (including the e-fest west on here) is listed under the "enema lovers guide to the www." That includes Yahoo and MSN groups. Most of the good free stuff has been snuffed.
any Google Groups related to enemas? That source seems to be more amenable to hosting alt sites.
My experiences with Yahoo groups, e-mail, etc have been annoying. The technical entry system is awkward, navigation difficult, etc. If they don't care to host erotic or controversial sites, then do not, don't make a half-ass attempt to cater.
Yes, and my favorite for member contact just disappeared...
The censors are having a field day..too bad. >:( >:(
Most Yahoo enema groups have come and gone.E-Personals just recently diappeared.
One left is enema-erotica2 which now is mainly spam.
There is baltimore_enema_dates
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