The first confirmed account of someone stealing my picture was a number of years ago when my fuckbud emailed me directly and said something to the effect of "Hey, I'm free too! Let's get together." Problem is, I hadn't talked to him in ages and it seemed like he was picking up a recent conversation. Apparently, he saw my pic on craigslist and replied to me directly. He pointed me in the direction of the ad and I was like whoa. They're like three different pictures of what could be the same person, but was probably different people with very similar body types. So I wrote the CL guy, saying "Hey, if you're going to steal my pic, at least post it to a different metropolitan area so that you don't confuse my fuck buds". Ha!
And then there's this guy in these pics. We first met off of CL and me and the DirtyDaddy/BiMarriedDad have shared his ass on numerous occasions. I took a few pics and apparently he likes 'em 'cause he uses them to lure other tricks to his bed. I've ran across these on Craigslist too. Not mad at all. At least he's not catfishing. I'm also assuming now he won't mind me sharing these pics with you!
But that's my dilemma. It's a bit jarring when you come across your own pic unexpectedly. But at the same time, as long as he's not posing as me, I'm okay with it. And as long as he honors my wishes to be relatively anonymous (like, cropping off my face if too much of it is showing)... And as much as I'm a face guy, I usually don't put my face in my nudes. Just too many guys pulling down pics and reposting as their own (especially on Tumblr... which I don't get because there's a reblog feature that keeps the source intact and gives credit where credit is due). And once it's out there, it's out there. So, sometimes after getting with a guy, I'm so giddy I want to share the details. But where do I draw the line? Is a story post okay? Can I go further and post the headless body shot they sent over?