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If you've forgotten your password or are having trouble logging in, you can use this tool to request a new one.

If you don't receive an email from us in an hour or so, it might have been put in your spam folder. If you can't locate it submit a support request and we'll be happy to assist you.

Note: this tool will only work if you submit the email address you used when you created your JUB account and still have access to that account.

Can't Find an Answer?

If after reviewing our FAQ below, you can't find an answer to your question, please submit a help request and someone will personally assist you.

When you submit a request, be sure to make note of your request or ticket number, as you'll be able to lookup our response even if for some reason you don't receive the responses via email.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. General JustUsBoys Questions

- What is JustUsBoys? How did it start?

JustUsBoys.com began its Internet life was back in the late 90's as LinkMeAllOver.ca, a popular link directory of free gay porn sites. It has grown significantly in the years since and is now one of the most popular gay adult sites on the Net with a thriving community of people who love men.

JustUsBoys.com, or JUB as it is affectionately known, unapologetically embraces the beauty of the male body, the excitement of gay sex, and the sensual pleasure of gay porn. We don't think porn is dirty, or something to be swept under the rug. Instead, we believe that porn is a legitimate, healthy, and enjoyable form of adult entertainment and can be an exciting part of everyone's sex life. Gay porn has become a rather mainstream form of entertainment in the gay community, and we're happy to do our part in our little corner of the Internet.

For a detailed look at everything JUB has to offer, check out our comprehensive site map.

- What can I find here? Is there a site map?

JustUsBoys is filled with pleasurable activities and pursuits. Obviously we specialize in celebrating the excitement of beautiful men and gay sex, but there's a lot more going on here! Our forums are overflowing with discussion about a wide range of topics. In fact, you can discuss oral sex techniques in one forum, offer advice to someone coming out of the closet in another, and debate the nuances of the current federal budget in yet another... all in one visit!

There's a very large and diverse group of people here, so you're bound to find like minded buddies, as well as others who will challenge your position on any number of issues. The only way to really get a handle on everything is to dive in and explore. Use the main index page of the site and the sitemap as starting points for your own personal JUB exploration.

- I checked the entire FAQ and I can't find an answer, what do I do?

You can request direct assistance by submitting a support request (otherwise known as a support ticket). You'll receive a confirmation email after submission, and another when a staff member responds.

Note: If you don't receive the confirmation email, it is very unlikely that you'll receive our actual response to your support request. Certain ISP's block email from JUB from time to time and unfortunately we have no control over how they handle our mail. When you submit a support reqest you will be assigned a ticket number. If you make note of that number, you can return to JUB Support at any time to view our response to your request. Simply click "View Ticket" in the menu at the top of the page and enter the ticket number to review it.

- I heard you also have a print magazine. Where can I find that?

Yes, we do! We've been publishing a print counterpart to our website since June 2005. Its grown into a rather large endeavor, as we now print 90,000 copies of each bi-monthly issue and distribute it across the U.S. and Canada. You can find a directory of our distribution points here, and you can always download each issue to your computer in PDF format.

Visit the JustUsBoys Magazine page here, to view the current issue.

- I have a product or service that I'd like to share with JUB's members. What's the right way to go about it without spamming?
The first order of business is to get in touch with us by submitting a support request. We don't allow unauthorized advertising (spamming) of any kind, so be sure to check with us before using JUB to promote your wares. We have a great number of advertising opportunities available for companies with quality products and services. Drop us a line and we'll send over the relevant information.
- JUB is obviously for adults, where can younger people go online to discuss coming out, etc.?
There are several fine sites available for gay youth, but we're partial to Empty Closets, a more age appropriate place where gay, lesbian, bisexual, and questioning younger people can discuss the issues that affect their lives.

2. Code of Conduct Questions

- What are the rules governing my use of the JustUsBoys community functions, such as the forums?
Use of this website is governed by our Terms of Service. In addition, we have a special set of guidelines for use of the interactive and community aspects of the site. Its a good idea to review this Code of Conduct prior to becoming active in forums.
- I have a complaint about another member, what should I do?
As adults, we would prefer that you work out all personal conflicts away from the public spaces (forum, comments, etc.) of the site. Placing someone on your ignore list should always be the first response when someone annoys you. Ignoring them will prevent any of their private messages from reaching you, and will block their posts from appearing as you view the forums. Its always a good idea to ignore someone sooner rather than later to prevent disputes from spiraling out of control.

JUB has a zero tolerance policy for harassment and threats. If you have been threatened, please contact a moderator or submit a support request detailing the problem. Keep in mind that if it turns out that you were involved in the same types of behavior you are complaining about, both you and the other party may be permanently banned from JUB.
- I've been banned from the forums or from commenting, who can I complain to?

JUB members are the lifeblood of the site, so we are hesitant to ban anyone from participating. Still, certain behavior can negatively affect everyone's enjoyment of JUB, so we created the Code of Conduct as a guide to being a good citizen of our online community. We give several warnings for all but the most egregious violations of our rules before resorting to a temporary or permanent ban. If you have been banned, rest assured that a lot of discussion and debate took place behind the scenes before such action was taken.

The best thing to do if you've been temporarily banned is to patiently wait for the ban to end and then come back refreshed and ready to play by the rules. The worst thing you can do is create another account to circumvent the ban. Its generally pretty easy for moderators and other members to spot these accounts, and when discovered, all of your accounts will be permanently banned.

If you've been permanently banned, there really isn't much that can be done except in the most extraordinary of cases. If you feel that an egregious mistake has been made, you can put in a support request with an explanation of the problem.

- What kinds of content are prohibited in the Community Forums and other member controlled areas of the site?

Any content that violates the law is prohibited from being posted, uploaded, or linked to by JUB users. This applies to all areas of the site, including the Community Forum and user profiles, blogs, and gallery space.

As an online service provider, JUB does not review member generated content before it is posted. We rely on the community to self police content and report violations of our Terms of Service and the law. Each page containing user generated content has a Report Abuse link that can be used to alert us to a problem.

Members are solely responsible for the content posted using their account, and the repeated posting of prohibited material may lead to deletion of a member's account.

Some of the more common types of prohibited material are as follows:

  • Spam and unauthorized advertising. We don't run around the Internet spamming links to JUB, and we ask that other webmasters and site owners extend us the same courtesy.
  • The personal details of celebrities, porn stars, or other members without their permission. You may have gone to high school with, or know the real name and adress of some hot porn star, but please don't post the details in the open forum. There are some wacky people surfing the Internet, and we know you'd feel badly if something happened to a performer (or another member) because that information fell into the wrong hands.
  • Your personal information. Do not post your residential address, email address, phone number, or other personally identifiable information in the open forum. This one seems self evident, but there are a number of people who don't fully appreciate that when you post this type of information online, you aren't just sharing it with a few people in the forum, but with everyone who knows how to use a search engine. Only give out personal information privately (via Private Message or email) and only after you're certain of the integrity of the person receiving it.
  • Pirated and/or copyrighted material. Do not post or link to copyrighted content for which you are not the creator or do not have permission to post. Contrary to popular belief, it costs a great deal of money to produce and distribute the porn films we all love. Studios are entitled to be paid for their efforts, and the trading of pirated movies puts the continued viability of those productions at risk.
  • Underage material of any kind. Sexual text or images that depict or imply subjects who are, or appear to be, under the age of 18 are strictly prohibited. JUB is a site for adults to discuss and enjoy the beauty of MEN. Any inappropriate sexualization of minors is completely and absolutely prohibited and will result in the deletion of your account.

3. General Technical Questions

- I have to enter my initials to certify that I'm over 18 everytime I visit JUB. How come?
You should only ever have to agree to the terms and certify that you are over 18 on time on each computer you use to access JUB. It should never ask you again, unless for some reason you delete the cookie we set on your computer. When you agree to the terms, we place a permanent cookie on your computer that simply says to your browser, this person has already agreed, don't show him the disclaimer ever again.

If you haven't purposely deleted your cookies, it's likely that the cookie we placed has become corrupted. Follow these steps to remove and reset your JUB cookie:

Step one: Please delete all JUB cookies.
If you don't know how to do this, please refer to this webpage which has instructions for each browser: http://help.expedient.com/browsers/cookies.shtml

Step Two: Go login again and be sure to check the box "Remember Me." You have to click the box that says "Remember Me" in order to stay logged in between visits.

Also, if you are running any privacy software, such as Norton Internet Security (not Ant-Virus) simply add justusboys.com to your "safe sites" list.

If you are using Internet Explorer, then your browser may also be pulling some files from your hard drive rather than our webserver which can wreck havoc. You should force internet explorer to delete the browser cache (temporary internet files) and restart your browser.

Again, you should only ever see this screen one time. If the above doesn't work, perhaps your browser is setup to not accept cookies at all. Here are instructions for ensuring your browser accept cookies...

To enable cookies, follow the instructions below for the browser version you are using.

Mozilla Firefox (1.0 final release and earlier)

* Go to the "Tools" menu.
* Select "Options".
* Select the "Privacy" icon in the left panel.
* Check the box corresponding to "Allow sites to set cookies".
* Click "OK" to save changes.

Netscape 7.1/Mozilla 5.0

* Select "Preferences" from the Edit menu.
* Click on the arrow next to "Privacy & Security" in the scrolling window to expand.
* Under "Privacy & Security", select "Cookies."
* Select "Enable all cookies".
* Click "OK".

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0+

* Select "Internet Options" from the Tools menu.
* Click on the "Privacy" tab.
* Click the "Default" button (or manually slide the bar down to "Medium") under "Settings".
* Click "OK".

Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.x

* Select "Internet Options" from the Tools menu.
* Click on the "Security" tab.
* Click the "Custom Level" button.
* Scroll down to the "Cookies" section.
* To enable:
o Set "Allow cookies that are stored on your computer" to "Enable".
o Set "Allow per-session cookies" to "Enable".
* Click "OK".

Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.x

* Select "Internet Options" from the View menu.
* Click on the "Advanced" tab.
* Scroll down to find "Cookies" within the "Security" section.
* To enable:
o Select "Always accept cookies".
* Click "OK".

Netscape Communicator 4.x

* Select "Preferences" from the Edit menu.
* Find the "Cookies" section in the "Advanced" category.
* To enable:
o Select "Accept all cookies" (or "Enable all cookies").
* Click "OK".

If you still find that you are having trouble after all of the above, please submit a support request and we'll be happy to assist you.
- What kind of RSS feeds do you offer?
We offer a wide range of feeds from all over the site. You can view detailed information about all of our feeds on our RSS page.
- The site doesn't look right to me, what browser and plugins do I need to see everything?
You should have the latest IE, Safari, or Firefox browser wtih Javascript turned on and the Adobe Flash Player installed.

We fully test and support the following browsers:
PC: IE 6.0 and above and all versions of Firefox.
Mac: Safari 2.0 and above and all versions of Firefox.

If you're using an older browser, or WebTV, there are some features and functions of the site that may not work for you. In addition, we do not officially support Opera, but if you set Opera to emulate IE you should be fine.

If you haven't already tried it, we recommend using Firefox.

Special note about firewall software: Certain firewall software, such as Norton Internet Security (not Anti-Virus, that's OK) and Zone Alarm can cause havoc if they aren't properly configured. Be sure to list www.justusboys.com as a "Safe" or "Trusted" site so that your system will accept the cookie we use to keep you logged in.
- How do I participate in the community portions of the site?

You'll need to register for a free JUB account here. When you create an account and login, you'll be able to post in the forum, comment on Eye Candy and movies, write your own DVD and site reviews, and use the JUB live chat room and instant message services.

Creating an account also gives you a free profile that can be customized to your heart's content. Your profile will be accessible at the following URL: http://www.justusboys.com/members/YOURUSERNAME and all of your profile settings are located here (note that you must be logged in to access the settings page).

Special note about usernames: When you register for an account, choose your username carefully, as it will be publicly available in our member list and on your profile. Do not use your real name, email address, or any other name that might bother you should the results come up in a search engine. Google spiders the entire web, and your profile and posts will be no different. Choose a name that does not identify closely with the real you if you wish to remain anonymous.

If you'd like to change your username after you registered, please submit a support request and we'd be happy to change it for you.

- I can't stay logged in! What gives?

There are a number of things that can interfere with the login process, but the vast majority of these problems relate to trouble with the cookie we place in your browser's memory. This cookie is read by each new page you visit so that our system can load your preferences and identify your posts and comments. If you can successfully login with your username and password, but are subsequently logged out as you surf the site, the first order of business is to delete all of the JUB cookies in your browser. Click here for detailed instructions on how to delete cookies from your browser.

If after deleting your cookies you still cannot stay logged in, please submit a support request, and be sure to include a detailed description of the problem including which pages you seem to be having trouble with or any patterns you've recognized.

- I lost my password or my password no longer works. What do I do?

You can request a new password from our automated password recovery tool by using the password recovery tool at the top of this page. Please note, that you must enter the email address we have on file in your profile or the system will not recognize you. If you don't recall or no longer have access to that email address, please submit a support request. Be sure to include your username, your new email address, and the email address we have on file.

Special Note: If you are using a spam challenge / response service such as Spam Arrest, be sure to add [email protected] and [email protected] to your authorized sender list as we are not able to manually complete the verification process.

Also note that certain email services might forward our email to your spam folder or might block our mail altogether. Be sure to add [email protected] and [email protected] to your address book and / or safe sender whitelist.

- Why do I have enter my intials and state that I am over 18 each time I visit JUB?
A small number of users have reported that they have to enter their initials in more than once.

As the disclaimer states, you should only ever have to agree to the terms one time. It should never ask you again, unless for some reason you delete the cookie we set on your computer. When you agree to the terms, our server places a permanent cookie on your computer that simply says to your browser, this person has already agreed, we won't show him the disclaimer ever again.

If you haven't deleted your cookies then it sounds like this might be a problem with a corrupted cookie. Follow these steps to remove and reset your JUB cookie:

Step one: Please delete all JUB cookies.
If you don't know how to do this, please refer to this webpage which has instructions: http://help.expedient.com/browsers/cookies.shtml

Step Two: Go login again and be sure to check the box "Remember Me."
You have to click the box that says "Remember Me" in order to stay logged in between visits.

Also, if you are running any privacy software, such as Norton Internet Security (not Ant-Virus) simply add justusboys.com to your "safe sites" list.

If you are using Internet Explorer, then your browser may also be pulling some files from your hard drive rather than our webserver which can wreck havoc. You should force internet explorer to delete the browser cache (temporary internet files) and restart your browser.

Again, you should only ever see this screen one time. If the above doesn't work, perhaps your browser is setup to not accept cookies at all. Here are instructions for ensuring your browser accept cookies...

To enable cookies, follow the instructions below for the browser version you are using.

Mozilla Firefox (1.0 final release and earlier)
* Go to the "Tools" menu.
* Select "Options".
* Select the "Privacy" icon in the left panel.
* Check the box corresponding to "Allow sites to set cookies".
* Click "OK" to save changes.

Netscape 7.1/Mozilla 5.0
* Select "Preferences" from the Edit menu.
* Click on the arrow next to "Privacy & Security" in the scrolling window to expand.
* Under "Privacy & Security", select "Cookies."
* Select "Enable all cookies".
* Click "OK".

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0+
* Select "Internet Options" from the Tools menu.
* Click on the "Privacy" tab.
* Click the "Default" button (or manually slide the bar down to "Medium") under "Settings".
* Click "OK".
Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.x

* Select "Internet Options" from the Tools menu.
* Click on the "Security" tab.
* Click the "Custom Level" button.
* Scroll down to the "Cookies" section.
* To enable:
o Set "Allow cookies that are stored on your computer" to "Enable".
o Set "Allow per-session cookies" to "Enable".
* Click "OK".

Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.x
* Select "Internet Options" from the View menu.
* Click on the "Advanced" tab.
* Scroll down to find "Cookies" within the "Security" section.
* To enable:
o Select "Always accept cookies".
* Click "OK".
Netscape Communicator 4.x

* Select "Preferences" from the Edit menu.
* Find the "Cookies" section in the "Advanced" category.
* To enable:
o Select "Accept all cookies" (or "Enable all cookies").
* Click "OK".

If you still find that you are having trouble after all of the above, please submit a support request and we'll be happy to assist you.
- I found a bug or a problem on one of JUB's pages. How do I let you know?
At the bottom right of every page on JUB you'll see a small link to Report a Bug. Click that link and then enter a detailed description in the box that appears. JUB has tens of thousands of pages so we really appreciate it when our visitors help us find problems.

In addition, you can post the bug information in our Site Help Forum.

4. Community Forum Questions

- How do I search for members who live near me?

Visit our community page to search based on location and various other profile fields. Some JUB members choose to remain anonymous and do not fully populate their profiles, but there are tens of thousands who have!

In addition, keep your eye on our Events page and Group Gatherings forum, as JUBbers frequently get together for JUB Meets all over the world.

- How do I search and / or find the newest posts in the Community Forum?
You can always quickly find the most recent posts by clicking on the "NEW POSTS" menu item at the top of every page in the forum. Or simply bookmark this link. In addition, you can use the regular forum search feature to find interesting posts.
- How do I post a response to a thread or start a new thread of my own?
First, you must have a free JUB Account and be logged in in order to post or create a thread. In order to post a response to an existing thread, simply click the POST REPLY button that appears at the top left of each thread. If you want to quote a particular post in your response, find that post and then click the QUOTE button located in the bottom right corner of the box containing the post.

Starting a thread is similar. When you are viewing the main page of the forum in which you'd like to create your thread, you'll see a NEW THREAD button at the top left, just above the list of threads available in that forum. Click that button to open the New Thread creation window.

Once you click the POST REPLY or NEW THREAD button, an editor window will open allowing you to directly enter your post in the window. You can use the quick links in the window to quickly add links, images, and different fonts to your post, but most of the time you'll just type the post into the box and click the Submit button that appears near the bottom of the window. That's all there is to it!
- What is a signature and are there rules about what's acceptable?

A signature is a phrase or image that appears at the bottom of all of your posts in the forum. You can put a favorite saying, interesting details about yourself, or a favorite photo in this space. They're a great way to express your individuality and put your mark on each post you make. You can edit your signature by click "Edit Signature" in your settings, or by clicking here.

There are certain restrictions on the size of text and images you can use in your signature. Keep in mind that other members have to load and scroll past your signature on each post, so keeping it somewhat low key will be appreciated.

Registered Users

You can upload a single image with maximum dimensions of 480x60 pixels and a maximum file size of 42kb. In addition, you can have two lines of 12 point text above or below the image. If you do not have a signature image, you can have a maximum of 4 lines of 12 point text, or 2 lines of text larger than 12 points. Please do not use text larger than 16 points anywhere in your signature.

JUB Supporters

You can upload a single image with maximum dimensions of 500x80 pixels and a maximum file size of 200kb. In addition, you can have two lines of 12 point text above or below the image. If you do not have a signature image, you can have a maximum of 4 lines of 12 point text, or 2 lines of text larger than 12 points. Please do not use text larger than 16 points anywhere in your signature.

Linking To External Sites

You can link your signature to your personal homepage or profile, or any other non-commercial site without permission.

If you own a commercial site (for instance, one that accepts advertising or participates in affiliate programs) you must have your site approved prior to linking to it. Please submit a support request with details. Also, be sure to have a link back to JUB on the primary page of the site. You'll find information and banners for linking back to JUB here.

Important: Signatures with affiliate links (to porn sites, Amazon, etc.) are not allowed anywhere on the forum.

- How do I place a small image (avatar) under my username in the forum?
These small images are called avatars. They are displayed below your username on all posts that you make and on other places on the site and serve as a visual representation of your online persona. You should create an image that's no larger than 120 pixels wide by 120 pixels high and it should be optimized as a jpeg file for the web. Click here to for tools to help you create an avatar from one of your photos. Once created, you can place the avatar in your profile by clicking "Edit Avatar" from your settings page or by clicking here. You must be logged in to view your settings and upload an avatar.
- Someone has posted something that I don't lilke, what can be done?

While we reserve the right to remove any content anywhere on the site at any time, as a general rule, we don't remove posts that do not in some way violate our Code of Conduct. That means that mildly offensive or off-color posts will probably not be removed.

An exception to the above applies to any of the forums labeled as "no flame" forums. These forums are for more serious conversations, so we try to maintain the integrity of the topic by limiting inflamtory and off topic posts.

Personal attacks and excessive baiting are not allowed anywhere in the Community Forum. If you come across a post that contains these or other violations of the Code of Conduct, use the "post report" button at the bottom left of each post to alert a moderator.

- Something I posted was removed. Haven't you ever heard of free speech?

The Community Forums exist to foster the free exchange of opinions and ideas, but as with any open forum, rules are needed to keep things orderly and productive for everyone. If one of your posts was removed, it usually means that it in some way violated our Code of Conduct. Our moderators do their best to notify members when something is removed for a non-obvious reason, but with the volume of posts JUB receives, its not always possible.

You can always contact a moderator or submit a support request to inquire about your post if you are still confused after reviewing the Code of Conduct.

As for free speech, we are obviously big supporters, as in some jurisdictions, any discussion of gay issues (not to mention gay porn) might lead to arrest, or worse. That said, JUB is a private enterprise and not a governmental institution. We do our best to encourage productive and entertaining discussions, but we reserve the right to remove any content anywhere on the site at any time.

- What are private messages and how do I send one?
Private messages are a simple way for you to communicate with your friends on JUB. They operate similarly to email, but the messages stay within the JUB system. They are instant, so as soon as you send one, it will instantly appear in your friend's inbox.

You must have a free JUB Account and be logged in to use private messages. Once logged in, click on My Settings and then Compose Message from the left hand menu. You'll type a message just like you make a post in the forum, but you'll enter your friend's username in the TO field. You can send a Private Message to as many as 5 friends at one time.
- What are post comments and how do I give them and read them?
Post comments are quick little messages you can send to someone to comment on a specific post they've made in the forum. When viewing a post, you'll see a little quote bubble icon in the bottom left of each post. Click on that icon and a small window will appear allowing you to enter a short comment for the person who made the post. Post comments are generally used for quick messages you want to send to a user about their post, but that you don't want to publicly post in the thread itself. Post comments can only be seen by the user you send them to.

To view comments others have made on your posts, click on My Settings and then View Forum Comments from the left hand menu. You can't directly respond to comments made on posts, but you can move the conversation to the Private Message system if you'd like to respond.
- Why does it say Virgin or Porn Star under my name when I post in the forum?

We created these "ranks" to denote your relative participation experience on the site. They vary by post count and progress as follows:

Rank # of Posts
Newbie 0-9
Virgin 10-49
On The Prowl 50-149
Slut 150-299
Porn Star 300-499
Sex God 50--999
JUB Addict 1000-9999
JUB 10k Club 10000+

At 1000+ posts you can customize your rank by editing the 'Custom Title' field in your settings.

In addition, JUB Supporters have the ability to customize their user title at any time without waiting to achieve 1000 posts. Click here to become a JUB Supporter!
- Where can I find detailed information about the various forum settings and options?
We maintain various tutorials and instructions for some of the more advanced settings in the Site Help and Feedback forum.
- How do I edit or delete my own posts?

You can edit any post you make for about 15 minutes after it was initially posted. After that time, you can contact a moderator if you'd like to have something changed. We limit the edit time to maintain the integrity of the conversations in the forum. If posts could be changed over and over, the discussion could become confused.

You can ask a moderator to delete a particular post if there's a good reason that you'd no longer like it to remain. We will try to honor your wishes, but we do have to balance them against maintaining the integrity of the discussion in the thread.

Note: We do not delete anyone's posting history en masse due to the disruptive effect that has on the overall flow of discussion in the related threads.

- I'd like to be a moderator, how do I apply?
There really is no application process. When the current group of moderators feel that more coverage is needed, we generally seek out individuals who we think will have the time and temperment to be a moderator. The best way to be noticed for a moderator position is to become active in the forums and conduct yourself in accordance with the Code of Conduct.

5. Account Questions

- I registered for the site, but I didn't receive the promised confirmation email. How come?

Sometimes the confirmation email can get flagged as spam by your email provider. Check your filtered or "junk" mail folders to see if this is the case. Make sure to mark mail from us as "NOT JUNK" or whitelisted in your email program and add [email protected] and [email protected] to your address book. If you don't, you may miss notifications from the forum related to private messages you receive, thread subscriptions, and other important issues. In addition, you must be able to receive email from us in order to use our automated password recovery tool.

Special Note: If you are using a spam challenge / response service such as Spam Arrest, be sure to add [email protected] and [email protected] to your authorized sender list as we are not able to manually complete the verification process.

- I'd like to change my username to something else, how do I do it?

First, take a look at the member list to be sure that no one else is using your desired name. After checking, submit a support request to tell us your current username and 2 or 3 options for your new username. We'll get it changed for you in a jiffy. Changing your username will not affect your posts, private messages, or your password. Nothing will change other than the name displayed on your posts, comments, and profile.

One caveat... we don't recommend changing your name to anything that can be associated with you or your real email address if you have ANY concern about people finding you on JUB. In other words, don't use your real name, your real email address, or a username that you use on other forums or websites. Google and other search engines spider JUB regularly, so if someone Googles your username, they will find your JUB posts and profile. That's not a big deal for most people, but if you are concerned about privacy, take heed!

- How do I delete my free JUB account?

While we're always sorry to lose a member of the community, we understand that its sometimes necessary for members to permanently delete their accounts. You can set your own account for deletion by choosing the Delete Account link in your settings. After confirming your desire, your entire account, including your personal webspace, will be permanently deleted. Your username will be available for registration by other users after a period of 90 days.

Note: When your account is deleted, your posts and comments in the public sections of the site remain. We do not delete anyone's posting history en masse due to the disruptive effect that it has on the overall flow of discussion.

6. Profile Questions

- How do I use my personal webspace, such as my profile, blog, and gallery?
Check the tutorials here and if your question isn't answered, ask for help in the Site Help and Feedback forum.
- Help! I did a Google search on my username and my JUB profile and posts show in the search results.

Google will find and index just about everything you type on the Internet. We advise people when they register to choose a non-identifiable username if they wish to remain completely anonymous, but that can sometimes be overlooked. Unfortunately, once the information is out there, it is very difficult to remove from search engines. The best we can do is change your username and wait for the search engines to update. The old references to your username will eventually fall out of the search results, but it can take many months.

If you'd like to change your username after you registered, please submit a support request and we'd be happy to change it for you.

Please Note: We do not delete anyone's posting history en masse due to the disruptive effect that has on the overall flow of discussion in the related threads.

7. Webmaster and Membership Site Owner Questions

- How do I get my membership site reviewed by JUB?

Gay Porn Website Reviews
Contact us here with a link to your website, affiliate program, and a member's area username and password good for at least 30 days, and we'll schedule your site for a review.

JUB's Eye Candy Gallery System
Participating in our Eye Candy gallery system will expose your promotional content to a very large audience of potential customers with a keen interest in your product. To get started, simply follow these easy steps:

  1. Be sure that your site is reviewed or you've submitted a user/pass to the member's area so our reviewer has access.
  2. Fill out and return our Certificate of Compliance, which we use to ensure that we list the proper custodian of records for your site and which serves as a written record that your site only features models over the age of 18. Download a pdf of the form here and scan / email or fax it back.
  3. There are a few ways you can give us access to your content. You can send an email containing 8-15 photos for each of your updates, or you can provide us with a non-expiring password and we'll collect the images ourselves. Contact us by submitting a request here or email revenue -at- jubmedia -dot- com.
  4. Enjoy the high quality traffic that our review / Eye Candy system can provide.


FAQ Updated: July 29, 2008