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We Invite Models, Producers, and Fans to Connect with the Female Wrestling Channel on Alternative Platforms

As of late 2020 and now 2021, we are slowly moving away from many of the mainstream social media (and content networks) that openly engage in ideological censorship.

They do not allow debate or differing points of view.

Social media companies (and their accomplices) are attempting to play God.

I’m not cool with it.

Neither should you be.

This is a posting that will be continually updated.

Companies need to EARN our trust at the Female Wrestling Channel in this Brave New World.

Selling our profiles for profit without telling us, or letting governments have access to everything you say and do through these networks is not what I what call “free or fair”.

The following is a list of places you can connect with the Female Wrestling Channel going forward:

SIGNAL – If you want to text myself or Monroe Jamison with completely end to end encryption and privacy you should consider downloading the Signal app.  I’m still learning more about this app to see if it’s truly safe.  Many swear by it.  You can send disappearing messages and supposedly you can even check the encryption yourself to ensure it’s working correctly.


Once joined, you can add our cell phone numbers through Signal so you can message us securely:

  • Johnny Ringo on Signal – 765-505-2093
  • Monroe Jamison on Signal – 765-427-5072

TELEGRAM – Telegram messages are supposedly heavily encrypted and can self-destruct upon being read if you wish them to do so.  You can delete any of your chats and have it delete all the chats you sent to others at the same time if you wish. We have created pages below.

Once joined, you can find us at the following links:

MINDS – Social Network that pays you in MINDS tokens for participation. Minds is listed on CoinGecko here. One thing I like about MINDS is they have a downloadable app if it has not been taken down by Apple or Google and they run their website on the ETHEREUM network.


Once joined, you can find us at the following links:

MEWE – A social media network that claims it will not censor users and it will allow full reach for anyone who follows you.  (example: You might have 100,000 followers on Facebook or Twitter, but only 5000 or 10,000 consistently see you post.  On MeWe, everyone who follows the page should see the posts we make and you make)


Once joined, you can find us at the following links:

LBRY/ODYSEE – You probably know I like these guys. They are plastered all over the Female Wrestling Channel and we put our Free Download Friday on LBRY every single week as we get paid when you view it only if you are logged into LBRY or ODYSEE while viewing.  Odysee is the more updated of the two platforms and you can log into both with the same login.  YOU also earn LBRY (LBC) coins when you watch videos daily on the site or use the rewards section to earn more.  When I first started talking about LBRY in our newsletter last year, the price of a coin was 1.7 cents. AS of today when I write this, the coin has hit 18 cents per coin!  I expect it to go higher in the near future.  If you are a creator, joining is easy. You get paid anytime a logged in user watches any or your short or long videos or articles you post. You can put clickable links back to your website or websites in the description section of each video or article you post  If your content is adult or mature, be certain to mark it “mature” and it will never get taken down as the videos are on the blockchain. If someone pirates your video, LBRY can block access to viewing it for the public. Simply email them to let them know. LBRY is moreso for ADULT creators and their Odysee service is more for MAINSTREAM creators. Your videos and logins will work the same on both platforms. NOTE: Make sure you tell your viewers to allow for mature content in the settings section on LBRY or they will not be able to see your content that you mark “mature” on in the tags section.  Your users get paid for watching your content as well in the form of daily watch rewards. You can trade LBRY on the open market and convert it to your currency of choice based on real time market rates at THIS WEBSITE.  Check the real time price of each LBRY coin you earn at any time at THIS WEBSITE.  Feel free to follow me on LBRY at the Female Wrestling Channel and my Johnny Ringo page.


Once joined, you can find us at the following links:

FETLIFE – A long running social network that has been one of my favorites for a long while.  It’s completely closed to search engines and you can have your profile and content viewable by the entire Fetlife community or friends only.  You can view and post all types of adult material on this website as long as you own the rights to the material you post.


TORUM – This is a social network where you get paid in XTM Torum tokens to participate. We asked permission to be a part and they said yes. You earn XTM tokens anytime you log in for a new day, comment on posts, share postings, and more.  You also get paid in XTM when you refer users.  XTM is not on the market just yet for trading, but it looks like they are planning to do so. I should also mention that this is largely a cryptocurrency centric website, as are many listed below, however you can post about women’s wrestling related topics on our feeds.


Once joined, you can find us at the following links:


PUBLISHOX – I must admit, I love this site.  While not a social media site, I can post articles about Women’s Wrestling topics as I have been approved to do so.  It’s primarily crypto centric, but if you follow The Female Wrestling Channel on PublishOX you can earn money daily.  HERE IS HOW.  They have their own tipping system where the author (myself) AND the reader (you) get paid. There is a tipping bar at the bottom of each posting where you can decide how much to tip yourself and the author.  Tipping us daily is a great way to support yourself and the Female Wrestling Channel ABSOLUTELY FREE.


Once joined, you can find us at the following links:

Trybe – Trybe uses the EOS blockchain and offers staking rewards and you get paid for participation in posting, making friends, and bringing referrals. Trybe is listed on Coin Gecko if you want to trade it and make money potentially at THIS LINK.

Sapien – Sapien is a decentralized network (like all of these) that pays you in SPN tokens for participation on the network. Users can pay you in SPN as well.  You post to tribes that make sense where users can participate in your postings.  Sapien is listed on Coingecko here and can be traded on Uniswap.  

Uptrennd – You can EARN and LOSE crypto at this unique social media platform.  If users upvote you, you get 1UP that you can trade on exchanges.  If they downvote you, you lose 1UP.  1Up is listed on CoinGecko and can be traded on Uniswap.

Sphere Social – Neat little site that pays you in SAT’s – Social Activity Tokens for posting on the website and doing various activities.  Click on the “Wallet” link once you are signed up to check your earnings and the top earners at any given time. Sphere is listed on CoinGecko here and appears it can currently be traded.

Coinlinked – Social Media platform that pays you in CLC for participating.  However, the CLC cannot be currently traded outside their platform, though they state they may do so in the future if they gain regulatory approval.

Steem – You will want to link your Hive Keychain or Steem account to gain access.  Make sure you log in with your posting key.  You can trade Steem and Steem Dollars.  You can trade both on the Bittrex platform if you are not already signed up. 

Peak’d – This is one of the companies that was part of the hard fork when Justin Sun entered Steem. If you post on D.Buzz below, it will post on Peak’D and most likely visa versa on “all posts”, but not sure about Blog posts. You get paid in Hive and various other tokens for posting.  You can find Hive on Coingecko and the Hive Dollar on Coin Gecko.

D.Buzz – Has a Twitter like setup and is part of Peak’d mentioned above. You will want to link your Hive Keychain or Steem account to gain access.  Make sure you log in with your posting key. – You have to request access at the time of this email, but they pay users in Voice tokens.  They want you to be a verifiable real person, though it seems all they ask for at this time is a selfie.

Peepeth – This is a social network that essentially seemingly wants you to simply be a nice person to join their network.  Easy to use social setup that integrates with a browser wallet such as Metamask. You can earn Peepeth points, but it’s not quite clear what these can be used for on my first reading of the website. – Post whatever……Flotes your Boat!  This social media site has a built in crypto wallet and users can tip you and you can set up subscription tiers.  If you have content you only want paid subscribers to see, this could be a good place to do so.  They offer live stream capabilities as well.

Mamby – Pays you in Bitcoin for making quality postings.

Society2 – Upcoming Crypto Social Network.  You will be able to earn free IOTA coins by watching ads.  Get on the mailing list for updates about the product.

Appics – Upcoming social network that pays users in APX.  Slick looking website, right now they are in Beta and looking for influencers.  Here is the influencer sign up form.

Vitae – Upcoming social network that has their own token as well.  You can read everything about them currently on their website.

Read.Cash – Site where the readers pay you in Bitcoin Cash.  An article here lists the various ways you can make money on Read.Cash.

Memo.Cash – Works somewhat similar to Read.Cash above only that you pay for each posting you make, cancelling out noisy postings in a sense.  (that’s the idea anyway) – Here is an explanation on what it is from the Founder. – You earn money by getting seeded or spotted by users on the platform.  You can read how that works THIS LINK.  Site is still in Beta.

Tipestry – Works a bit like the sites above, only it’s a super simple interface.  Simply post what you want to talk about and other users will tip you if they like what you are bringing.

Bitchute – This is another decentralized video platform where you can upload your videos. You can read their creator monetization policies at this link.

Bittube.TV – This one pays you for uploading content by using a plugin called Airtime.  It monetizes you and your users if you install it in your browser or on your phone.

3 Speak – Upload your videos and if they get upvoted you get paid in Hive.  They claim that offensive speech should be protected.  Personally, I like that stance.

Dtube – Very similar to 3speak above.  You can log in with your Steemit or Hive credentials and get paid for video uploads.

Cinnamon.Video – This platform pays you for short or long clips you upload via a service called “Coil”. Coil is only $5 per month and gives users a wide range of choices to watch. You get paid “per minute per hour” when people watch your content.  Be sure to hook Coil into your account through the settings and you can withdraw funds to a crypto account such as Uphold.

Rumble – Growing video platform that claims it won’t take your videos down.  They pay you for uploading videos as well. – This is a porn site that pays you in “Jack” coins.  Presumably for watching videos. If you know adult video creators this “might” be a place to send them. Interface and website quality are fairly poor at the moment, but I could see the idea catching on.

Pronworld – Fairly smooth porn site that pays you for simply interacting with it.  Commenting on videos, liking videos, uploading content you own, etc.  You get paid in Pron Coin and you get paid in a coin called Grosh.  I’m not sure if they are traded on exchanges or not at this moment, but either way it does appear you can cash them in for your actual currency.

(we are not interested in Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or other mainstream sites)


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