There is a right way and a wrong way to connect with a creator.
Do DM with an appropriate greeting and state your intent.
Do Subscribe and actively engage on site with “likes” and “comments”.
Do Follow on social media platforms.
Do Unsubscribe or unfollow, if you do not like the content.
The Do Not’s:
Do Not Open with a vague greeting or offensive sexual comment.
Do Not Send an unsolicited pecker pic without tipping first.
Do Not Continue with a bombardment of messages if there is no reply.
Do Not Threaten to dox (reveal personal info).
Do Not Use profanity or otherwise insult the performer.
Do Not Make new accounts to harass the performer once blocked.
If you are a content creator and being harassed and/or cyberstalked, there are avenues to keep you safe.
First, report and block the offender on the platform where contact was initiated. Screenshot all contact with the offender.
If harassment persists, notify your local authorities and the law enforcement agency that has jurisdiction over the harasser, if that information is available to you.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has a Cyberstalking Task Force that may investigate reports of online abuse. You may file a report online or get help by calling 1-800- CALL-FBI. 1-800-225-5324.
If images have been pulled off your paid sites and redistributed, you also have the option to file a lawsuit for theft of services and intellectual property.
There are also plenty of companies that offer cam model protection, which actively search for your images and scrub them off of sites that are not permitted to distribute them without your consent.
Be respectful, play safely, and always consider that internet creators are real people with real lives that put time and effort into entertaining. In other words, “Only you can prevent Douchebaggery.”