Add to Code of Conduct - Behavior on Social Networks

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Jun 14 (45 days ago)
Marcus Lefevre-Enimo wrote
It is suggested that we add to the MISS SL Agency - Code of Conduct that we expect from models professional behavior on social networks. While it is also mentioned that Social Network accounts are considered private, a model's behavior on social networks reflects on the reputation of MISS SL Agency as well.
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Jun 14 (45 days ago)
London Fallenwynter wrote
This is a hard one. I think discretion is due on both sides. Social Networks are a personal thing, for those you want to share your thoughts and opinions , successes and achievements. As much as I understand that a participants or models opinion might contradict a view for the Miss SL Organization, the social networks are for the individual not the organization or the career path they take. But the common areas of respect and honor must hold, any obvious expression of violence or hate must be rebuked by the Miss SL organization, and distanced from that individual when its a personal attack on the agency or anyone from within the agency itself. Anything else should be left alone.
Jun 14 (45 days ago)
Malachi Alexander Sinz wrote
This one is hard because alot of people are different things outside of the agency. Like myself being a club owner/ gay residential sim owner. i could promote something that is super gay and super naughty (naked, sex, controversial). Id say NO but maybe rewording it to be more specific to what the agency really doesn't want to see. Example ( on Social media accounts connected to the model please no hate speech, racism, things along that realm)
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Jun 14 (45 days ago)
CheyenneSadee wrote
I 100% agree with this, how we act is absolutely a reflection back on the agency and being inappropriate, obnoxious or behaving poorly for thousands to see on social media is off-putting
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Jun 15 (44 days ago)
London Fallenwynter wrote
I suggest that a better solution is to post a "Views Expressed" disclaimer on official agency social media platforms and website to limit possibly damaging posts by former or existing members of the agency, including sponsors, judges, and staff. For examples ... https://termly.io/resources/articles/views-expressed-disclaimer/ Thus, avoiding imposing potentially intrusive requirements to an individual's views or behaviors.
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Jun 17 (42 days ago)
Melinda Bayn wrote
One of the classes that I receive as a model in Second Life, was about how important our social networks were and how we should use them to our benefit ... in short ... show your work; that speaks more than a thousand comments, opinions or demonstrations ... so if I see that it is important but let's go, the models of the Miss SL Agency should know it ... I want to think that there is one of the differences of being more professional in the path you have decided to play as a model in Second Life, right?
Jun 17 (42 days ago)
Tiy wrote
I think this rule de facto already exists. We have all seen models make an ass of themselves on social media and other places which has resulted in them being asked to leave various agencies. I think making this a written rule would be very tricky.