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    • I think that's great! I don't think any one platform needs to own the world. If Cake can get a strong foothold as a home for thoughtful conversations, then that's a win in my book, even if it means people go somewhere else to share nudes.

      Sharesome's creators probably know a lot more about that niche than we do anyway. 😉

    • The only downside to that is that groups similar to what I host on Facebook aren't going to want to congregate on a more socialized version of Erome.com. They just want to be able to have open conversations and share nude selfies occasionally. Not being able to use a mainstream platform for this means that a lot of non-porn sexuality groups are going to be homeless.

    • I'm curious: why wouldn't Reddit work for this use case? I'm not intimately familiar with Reddit's rules around adult content, but they do seem pretty permissive, and it seems like a dedicated subreddit could work for this.

    • It actually works pretty good, but it's not mainstream in the way that Facebook is. However, I'm putting some thought into where to migrate these groups, and that's probably going to be the best option.