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    • Clarifying How To Use the Report Feature   06/29/20

      Hello. I have noticed a great deal of confusion regarding how to use the report feature and what is expected regarding reports, so I am making a clarification announcement to users who may be unfamiliar with how the report feature works. Please note we have this rule regarding reports: 16.  Do report. Do not make frivolous reports (such as "I don't like this person"). Frivolous reports will result in a warning and possible ban. a. When reporting, please give a reason. Reports citing what rule the post is breaking and giving some information are way more valuable and will get the issue resolved faster. (Reports with no explanations sometimes require mods to go through and skim the entire thread to find out what's going on. Please save us time if you can). b. Don’t waste the mods’ time. Report people for breaking the rules, otherwise don’t report. [Rules in their entirety can be found here.] We also have a wonderful tutorial on how to use the report feature created by one of our former moderators which you can find here. In essence, we enforce the rules as they are written. In a rare occasion there may not be a direct violation but the user is still conducting themselves inappropriately and how we handle that is up to the moderators discretion. We do our best. We also encourage you to use the report feature to report posts that have been edited down to nothing or if you double posted and would like your double post hidden. Also, please note that we do not provide updates on reports. We get far too many to be able to keep up with every one. You are welcome to message a moderator to ask about your report, but please know that we cannot and will not divulge any information on whether we banned the user you are reporting. Simply that we have taken appropriate action. I hope this helps provide further clarification on how to use the report feature. Should you have any questions not clear in these instructions, please feel free to message me or Nyx. Thank you. *Please allow up to 3 business days (as we tend to be slower on weekends) for a response and for reports to be cleared.

The Proserpina/ Victoria Campbell


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THIS IS UNHEALTHY!!!!! Get off Instagram and get into a psychologists office because this is not healthy

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so she CLEARLY KNOWS she’s losing followers, no followers equals no online personality opportunities.

”I’m so over feeling shit about followers” hummm 🤔Well it’s no wonder you’re losing followers, you treat them like shit 😹 Maybe if you had a different personality MAYBE your online persona might of still survived. 

Its pretty sad how she admits her life has revolved around this failed online character that she still hangs on too. How many more years are gonna go buy till she realizes having likes online doesn’t mean shit if it doesn’t pay the bills 🤷🏻‍♀️

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THIS IS UNHEALTHY!!!!! Get off Instagram and get into a psychologists office because this is not healthy

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This was honestly the thing that made me unfollow her completely. Like, speaking personally for a minute, I started unfollowing people at the end of last year specifically because I was following a lot of accounts of girls editing themselves to unrealistic proportions, and it was starting to affect my mental health in how I viewed myself and make me want to buy a bunch of shit I didn't need. I hung onto following Victoria though because although she has her flaws, I think she's among the few influencers/personalities that are honest about the issues they're going through.

But her relationship with social media has been an ongoing issue for her for years now. She's not the only one; she's just among the few people that are willing to talk about it. But it's difficult to listen to when she's still performing for an audience and editing herself the way she does. Even more difficult to listen to when the other people that are willing to talk about it are taking 1-3 month breaks from social media to reevaluate their unhealthy relationship with their platform, and how they want to move forward with creating >meaningful< content they actually enjoy creating.

She admits, on some level, there's a problem, but I have yet to see her do anything about it. Especially when she keeps editing herself that way. She admits she has insecurities about her appearance, but only makes the problem worse by editing herself over and over again. Why should I care when she doesn't seem to care about doing something about it? I'm sympathetic to a point, but I don't find it productive for me to follow someone who complains about problems they don't care to fix.

This is the most recent photoshoot she's been tagged in. There's some editing in it, but it hasn't been edited by her. I wish she did more photoshoots like this because she looks fucking cool here.

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