If you want to create a light-hearted Facebook group with the word "boobs" in the title, prepare for the following people to join your group:
a) girls who will post pictures of themselves wearing low-cut shirts or dresses or ... less
b) boys who will request to see or hold boobs
c) boys who will claim to have boobs
d) girls who will complain about the largeness of their boobs
e) girls and boys who will joke that their large boobs have injured them in a variety of hilarious ways
If you didn't figure it out already, I am offering this advice based on what I have experienced. About three years ago, I created a Facebook group called "I Hold My Boobs When I Run Down the Stairs," meaning nothing sexual at all. I just did it and I figured other women did too. I returned to the group every now and then for probably a few months to see how many members joined and see what they posted on the wall. It was cute and fun. Harmless, non-sexual fun, as I had anticipated. Then I forgot about the group for two years.
Yesterday, I remembered that I had created this group and wondered how many members it had and who had joined. Well! There were 21, 000 members and it kind of turned into a softcore porn website. Very sexual indeed! How could I have been so naive! I laughed, but kind of panicked that the site would make me look bad, as it was public that I was the "Creator/Admin" of the group. So I deleted my status as "Creator/Admin" because I didn't think it would be possible for me to sift through all of the posts and delete the inappropriate stuff. Then I also deleted myself as a member of the group.
Tonight I read through all of the Wall posts -- there really weren't many. It only took about five minutes to look at everything. Nooooo! If I'd known there was so little to moderate, I would have kept my position as "Creator/Admin" and simply moderated the posts. It was a fun group. I still like the idea: it's definitely my humour. It would have been fun to generate some innocent discussion... And delete the trolling men -- boys -- from the group. 21, 000 is a lot of people. I'm proud my little group reached so many people. I could have shared more of my humour and creativity with those 21, 000 people. Such wonderful exposure! But I threw it away because I'm Little Miss Censorship apparently. Also, I felt the images weren't meant for my eyes, being an innocent virgin and all. Also, I felt that by leading this group, I may have implied that I have large breasts. I don't want to deceive anyone or draw requests to see my breasts. I didn't have any such request in three years, but I imagine it would have confused me, since I forgot about the group.
"Why do strangers keep asking to be my friend on Facebook? Why do people keep asking me about my chest?"
I wrote a report to Facebook, briefly explaining the situation and asking if I could be reinstated as "Creator/Admin," so we'll see what happens. I don't see why not. Facebook keeps records of everything, so I'm sure they have some record of me previously holding that position.
Or maybe I should just give up and create a new group to expose my creativity and humour! But wait...
I have other plans, though. When I get a job and a place of my own, I will buy a camera and a Mac Book, so I can make videos using iMovie. I will do puppet shows, cartoons -- maybe even monologues! Then I will put open a youtube account, make myself a channel and post everything I produce on it. This way I can perform and entertain without having to leave my house or be accountable to anyone. I won't have to perform if I'm not feeling well. It's perfect! That's really what I want... An Audience.