It is an observation I have made time after time again in various Forums that there often comes up a new thread/post with a highly dubious nature in respect to "truth".
This ranges from very obvious fiction presented as the the "truth" to topics of such a border-line content that it is often so hard to believe that it indeed would be true, or at least true to its full extend.
And it is not a phenomenon limited to ADISC or other ABDL Forums, albeit arguably the number of stories that try to be sold as true reports are staggering a bit in comparison to other non kink forums.
But the similar thing can be witnessed at Incontinence Forums, at Car Forums, etc..
I guess the main aspect comes by the use of aliases - a mask that allows each and everyone to create a persona that is not by necessity in sync with the reality.
This alter-ego can in my opinion far more easily accommodate either stories based on truth and then embellished to a point where they drop into fictitious form or start as blatant productions of the writers mind.
Whilst in a lot of cases clearly deciding what is truthfully told and what was sold as snake-oil is difficult and can get the talking heads overheated pretty quickly, as it is a conundrum of back and forth arguing - of tries by the originator to justify his claims, to proof the validity of the conduct portrait in the story to the opponents who use whatever tool their toolbox has to de-authorize the provided content of it's claimed status of a true story.
Others though, basically caught in the act of trying to sell snake oil where even the best-used-before-date has been hanging in a dark corner for a time best untold, simply get rude or flee the crime scene never to come back, at least not with the same alter-ego
Despite the fact, that I believe we are all, to some extent in real-life guilty of fabrication, embellishment, colourisation of the experiences we make whilst sharing them with our circle of acquaintances to make it a more interesting part of our lives, and telling stories is an age-old craft none the less - well despite this
the very merit of producing blatant lies presented by the Mask (your alias persona on a forum) remains a bit of a mystery to me.
Well if done just right (which is I guess very very rare) no one should call you a liar, and indeed you have sold your tale as a true happening - to what gain, I can only wonder...
But if caught "in flagranti" you will stand a huge loss of "face", your alias becomes tainted and hated at best - your credibility ruined.
For what? why commence such an act in the first place?
What is it such a someone has to gain, by telling an easily spotted weird story, fap-material, fictitious glorification of ones desire, et cetera, et cetera?
What is someone who does that after? support? a proverbial pat on the back? recognition as someone who has achieved the unbelievable?
But even if the writer succeeds in convincing the audience of the reality of the material presented, will the author be able to blind himself to the truth, bask in the approval of the audience? I highly doubt it, as the act of deceiving the crowed might have some exhilarating qualities indeed, the act of self-deception must certainly stink quit badly?
What is your take on this kind of material?