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Follow Sister Grim on Twitter

Posted by Evil-Rick - June 26th, 2019

So, don't know if you kne wbut I had a Twitter... until it got banned, then I got another twitter... and it also got banned... https://e.deviantart.net/emoticons/f/frown.gif

Yeah, Twitter doesn't want me (homophobics, racists, feminazis, pseudo-moralists, creeps & harrasers, that's ok with them, but lewd artwork followed by false reports? Sure, kick me out!)

Needles to say, my experience on twitter was less than memorable, the plataform is just toxic, unfriendly, it lacks human attention and their automatic system of attention lead by bots is an actual joke.

Truth be told I have 0 intention to recover any of my accounts (despite the fact that both were unfairly closed, I might add, but yeha, good luck trying to reach 'human' ears to help you there) In all the extension of the word, twitter and their garbage can kiss my ass.

However, I know there were some people who liked to keep updated on my work there, and I do feel bad for them.

A good & close friend of mine reached to me and told me if it was ok for her to create an account to keep people updated on my stuff, since I can't go there myself, I guess it's ok for her to do so.

Sister Grim, as you may call her, has created an "official" account for Naughty Kitty Comics (my adult artwork) on twitter and she's gonna keep all updates for it there, so consider following her.



Comments (3)

sorry to hear shit happening to yuh apparently i think some one hates you a lot and some how knows it is you no matter what and will do what ever it takes ro ruin your life i assume but other than that i hope everything turns out well for yuh i wish yuh luck ♥

Honestly, I don't know why adult artists are using Twitter anyway. Yes it's a huge audience, but promoting yourself on a platform on that size is darn near impossible. And as for your audience; trying to find something you've uploaded in between the social posts, resposts and with no thumbnails, it's a real pain. Granted, I might've missed something there since I refuse to get an account, but at the end Twitter isn't meant as an art site. So why...?
Oh well, I'm just glad that you've found a way to keep interacting with your Twitter audience. I wish Sister Grim the best of luck!

It's good to know there are still twisted and caring souls that like to help and be positive in a platform that is becoming so toxic... so much hate. Twitter needs to look up at all the hate certain groups are generating there... it's like anything sexy or fun has to be banned and disposed.

Good luck to Sister Grim!!! She will be fine I'm sure!