There are many other examples of which I have seen in my travels around Second Life.Look at yourself, at the way you play, and you might find yourself guilty of something like this. You might be surprised at how good the outcome can be.While it's mostly men who are guilty of this (blame action movies, video games, testosterone, whatever), some women are, too.I'll give you some examples: -The vampire who cannot be hurt by you, whether it be because of supernatural powers, some magic spell that makes him better than the rest, etc.Some of you want to appear to be 'normal', and keep your more extreme roleplay notes about yourself out of your profile.Others might want their whole profile to be advertisements for stores or Zyngo games.2 - In this example, the woman decides that she's writing erotica, and not roleplaying.She's writing all that she wants, and doesn't let the man have his say. What if he's not rough, and wouldn't relieve her of her bra in such a way? Hope this inspires you to take a look at your own roleplay.
It lets the other person decide what action they're going to take.Without talking to you, someone will be able to tell a bit about you like by what you put in your profile. -From my 2nd Life tab, you'll see that I like intelligence, descriptive play, dislike metered roleplay, and that I sometimes log chat.-From my Picks, you'll see that I have a couple of people that I consider close, that I have info about a roleplay group I belong to, my roleplay likes and dislikes, that I quite dislike the overuse of titles as it pertains to BDSM, and again, my dislike for a certain roleplay sim.-Roleplay your way in, and see if they'll accept you.Try something like this: /me walks past the abandoned building, and stops as he hears what sounds like a struggle.That's fine, but it does nothing to identify you as someone who is worth roleplaying with, so you may need to adapt.