Social Media has never been a safe place for men’s underwear. We all know one or several people who have had their accounts on Instagram removed. Luckily for most, they could create a new account and be back on, while it’s a pain to re-grow their following. The good thing about men’s underwear is that when someone gets deleted, everyone will post on their stories to follow them again.

Twitter is now putting underwear guys in the crosshairs. Yes, the site where pretty much anything goes, hardcore-fucking, fisting, and more. This will make you think that you’re in no way going to get deleted; however, many guys are getting kicked off. They are getting kicked off because of their avatar and profile header image. Unlike Instagram, they are permanently banning people for violations. What is a violation? That’s the problem; we don’t know, one guy will get kicked off, and you see 10 more with similar pictures on the site.

I’m going to give you some tips to stay safe on Twitter:

  1. Don’t post up close crotch pics – Espeically if there is a hint of an erection or semi hard.
  2. Don’t show VPL – Some guys can’t help this but showing a visible penis line just like IG can get you in trouble.
  3. Don’t show a thong back – Don’t show you peach in a thong or a whale tale in any of your pics.
  4. Keep pics PG Rated – the two pics should be fit for everyone to see on the site. Keep them as tme as possible. This is how they are kicking guys off, and the reason they are useing.
  5. Use Full Body pics – Use a full body picture if you can including face. I don’t know if this will help when showing undies but if it’s not a close up bulge, I think you have a better chance appealing
  6. To be 100% safe use no undies pics – If you want to be 100% safe, use a favorite beach pic or something that is a landscape or cityscape picture.

I can’t guarantee that you won’t get kicked off Twitter if you don’t follow these rules because, like all social media, we have no idea how they are enforcing rules. It doesn’t appear equally or fairly. Any questions, reach out to me on Twitter @unbtim, and I’ll help as much as I can.


Tim is the founder and editor of Underwear News Briefs. He has been an avid underwear fan since the age of 14! He founded UNB in 2008 and has continued to broaden his underwear love over the years

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