It looks like my days on YouTube are numbered. I just received a warning that too many of my videos have been flagged. So I’m probably going to get the boot within a few days. A bunch of my videos have already been disabled for being offensive, including the video on my home page (which is now hosted by DailyMotion.)
I’ve already been kicked off YouTube once and it was a total pain to re-upload all my videos. So I’m switching over to DailyMotion, which has a more tolerant view of panty dancers.
I’m going to take a moment here to rant.
YouTube has an extremely frustrating system where a single moral crusader can aggressively flag you and get you kicked off. Over the past 48 hours, a whole bunch of my panty dance videos were suddenly flagged by one persistent, annoying, and anonymous person.
Note that these videos were unlisted. You can’t access them directly through YouTube. The only way to find them is by going to my website first. So the person who flagged me came to my site, found the videos, tracked them back to YouTube and flagged them.
Why would someone take such trouble to single me out? To my knowledge, I don’t have any unsatisfied customers or enemies.
The thing that’s really upsetting about YouTube’s policy of allowing self-righteous uptight school-marms with too much time on their hands to flag my panty-dances is that I have no way of challenging their flags. Also, my videos are completely harmless by most normal standards. I dance in a thong. Big deal. You can see women in thongs all over YouTube and major network television nowadays. It’s hardly the kind of thing that should get you censored.
What I find really hypocritical is that YouTube is filled with underage girls dancing in their panties, yet there appears to be no effort to police these videos, as evidenced by the fact that many of them have viewer-numbers exceeding 100,000. Yet a 24-year-old panty dancer like myself gets flagged. It just doesn’t make sense.