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hypnomindstorm: bannableoffense: somehowbreathtaking: knowing-smile: thegirlinthewoman: the-discerning-dominant: It starts out innocent. It almost always does. A ‘like’ of a photograph and then the inevitable ‘follow’. Several moments pass. You check out his page. Throw a couple of ‘likes’ back in his direction. You’re intrigued by his blog. There’s a dark, sexy photograph that might be him. Or at least his torso. Hmmm… this is getting interesting. Then you hear that intoxicating, glorious, heart-pumping ping. He’s actually taken the time to text you. Out of all the subs in the Tumblr universe, he decided to reach out to you!You!!! ****************I’m quite certain that this happens roughly ten thousand times a day on Tumblr. But when it happens to you, it truly feels unique. Uplifting. Amazing. And you cannot wait to reply to his witty, urbane missive (he has a sense of humor too?!?)But a part of you - the instinctual, self-preservation part, warns against moving too fast. Revealing too much, too soon. After all, you don’t really know who is on the other end of the connection, right?But the truth is, you’ve probably already made your first mistake and revealed more about yourself than you imagine…Step 1: Know Your IP Address and How to Hide ItYou’ve probably revealed more about yourself than you intended because of a very misunderstood item called an IP Address. Without getting into technical jargon, an IP address is a unique number that is assigned to your computer, laptop or smartphone which allows you to connect to the internet or to other smart devices. Your IP Address can be traced back to your internet provider. While in most cases it cannot be traced back to your physical address, it can give a potential stalker the city or even the section of the city that you reside in. You don’t even have to send him a message to be traced. You simply need to visit his blog. That’s it. A quick visit to see what he’s interested in and he knows the city you live in. What to know what a stalker can see when he looks into your IP Address? Simply go to www.iplocation.net. It gives your IP Address, your IP Location (most commonly a city), your method of connection (PC, laptop, or cell phone), your OS (operating system), your browser type (Chrome, Firefox, Edge, etc.), and in some cases, even the cable or internet company that you’re using for your connection. Think about that for a moment. That’s a lot of information. Enough to start a very detailed search for you if he was so inclined. And if you get comfortable with him and reveal your actual name, he could have your address in a matter of seconds. It doesn’t matter how many Jennifer Smith’s are out there. He knows exactly where to look. Luckily, there is a very simple solution to hiding your IP Address. Hide My Ass and Mask My IP are just two examples of the many anonymous IP services on the internet that will keep your actual IP Address out of a predator’s hands. Be smart when Tumbling and hide your IP Address so that a potential stalker cannot trace your location and start a more detailed search for his next victim. Step 2: Pictures Are Worth a Thousand StalksMany of us like to show glimpses of our actual lives to our followers. There’s a small thrill, a titillation that comes with posting an actual photograph of ourselves and not just another reblog. But here too, a stalker can gain valuable insight into the details of your life. In most cases, the insights that a stalker are looking for are not in the curve of your hip or the pout of your lips. No, what the stalker is looking for is the ambient elements of your photograph: The elevated subway out your apartment window. The shape and color of the building across the street. A writing on a take-out container from a restaurant down the street. Photographs are a visual candy store for someone with ill intent. Especially with the picture size of today’s camera phones. The ability to zoom in and gather bits of information are easy now than ever before. With that in mind there are two specific things you can do to protect yourself. First, be very cognizant of what periphery information is contained in your photographs. Secondly, post your photograph at the smallest possible size you are comfortable with in order to degrade any attempts to zoom into your picture by a stalker. Smaller photograph equals smaller number of pixels. Smaller number of pixels equals blurry photographic details when magnified. Both of these tips will help you protect your identity and thwart a stalker from gaining too much insight into your exact location. Step 3: Always Have Different UsernamesOne of the tricks of the resourceful stalker is to search for you on different types of Social Media. If you’re “Lovesickprincess” on Tumblr, there’s a good chance that you might be using that designation for your other blogs, chats and social websites. And since each of those sites contain different bits of information about you, a stalker can glean a treasure trove of information just following the thread of your unique username. The answer to this is quite obvious: Have different usernames for Facebook, Tumblr, Snapchat, Whatsapp, Instagram, Kik, Skype, etc. While it is a pain in the ass to have to remember 8 different usernames, it’s invaluable to keeping personal information out of the hands of someone with ill intent. Step 4: Password Protect EverythingThis is self-explanatory and fairly obvious but it is something that bears mentioning. Also, make sure that your passwords are different for each account. Like usernames above, it’s a bother to memorize a slew of different passwords on the off-chance that you are cyber-stalked. But like STD’s and unwanted pregnancy, a little prevention goes a long way. Step 5: Spyware Stalkers come in all varieties. Some are lazy and just try to pick the low-hanging fruit. Others are terribly sophisticated and can utilize spyware to aid them in their schemes. Make certain that your virus and malware protection is up to date and turned on at all times. A quick internet search will provide many free examples (AVG, Avast, Panda, Bitdefender, etc.) and you should utilize the one that works best for your needs. If you suspect for even a fraction of a second that your stalker knows things that you have not posted about or taken photographs of, contact a computer specialist and have your PC/laptop/phone checked for spyware. It comes in a dizzying array of types and is usually all but undetectable to the layperson. But an intelligent, driven stalker can invade your privacy and capture your keystrokes or even take over your webcam.Step 6: Be Stingy with InformationOf course he wants to know where you’re from. And what you’re interests are. And what you really look like. But be careful not to reveal too much, too quickly. Talking about your favorite bands, foods, and outdoor activities is perfectly acceptable. As long as you didn’t mention when you saw them at [name your stadium here], or that you love Indian, especially [name your favorite restaurant here], and that rock-climbing is your passion and nothing challenges you quite as much as [name your rock formation here]. If he’s pushing for details in the first or second conversation, that should be a warning sign. Your third Tumblr conversation is not your third date. Nor should you consider it as such. Texting a sexy stranger who shares your kinks can be enticing. It’s easy to get caught up in the allure. But if he’s demanding photos or sexting in the first couple of conversations it should serve as a warning sign to you. No good Dom is going to demand those things without proving his worth. Guard your information. When things get heated and you feel yourself wanting to send ‘just one naughty photo’ step away from the keyboard or phone. Information is the life-blood of the stalker. Don’t fuel the beast. Be absolutely certain of his intent before you give him anything resembling a personal detail about yourself. My rule of thumb is that small, personal details shouldn’t be shared until at least a week of real-time has past. Many stalkers are not just texting with you. They’re phishing for victims and the idea of waiting a week to get a small tidbit of information is simply not in their game plan.Step 7: Be Submissive, but be Cautious Being submissive does not equate to being a meek, obedient victim. Remember, your submission is a gift. The Dom is powerless without your consent. Any good Dominant knows this and treats his submissive or potential submissive accordingly. Do not reveal details because he demands them. Reveal them when he has proven himself to be worthy of knowing the real you. Step 8: Contact the AuthoritiesCyber-stalking, depending on the degree of the offense, is often against the law. If you have been the victim of stalking, whether online, with computer malware, or even in person, keep meticulous records and contact your local authorities. Do not hesitate to defend yourself. You have the right to interact online with others without being stalked. Do not let your embarrassment or any other factor stop you from protecting yourself. I need to work on a couple of these *sighs*. Brilliant work, and valuable information for anyone, especially a submissive. Thank you for sharing. Important info. As someone who had an Internet stalker turn into a real life threat in the past, be safe out there. This goes for you dominant a too. Us subs can get obsessive too. I had a submissive stalker once. Shit was not pretty.This is good to know. Stay secret, stay safe, and play smart.