Cut All the Drama About Pervs, Ladies. It's So Old.
Quite a few times I've seen female users on a site include warnings in the 'About Me' section of their pages or post whole dramatic stories in the "I Want You to Read This Before You Add Me" group telling men not to send them dirty messages or pictures if sex is what they're looking for. Yet some of these women are just the types who are specifically on a networking site just to talk about sex and their love for sex anyway, yet don't want men messaging them about it. Some of these women sending those warnings often put suggestive pictures of themselves on their pages, and really only like to post these stories of warning just to make you think that they're beautiful in the eyes of many men and that men send them inappropriate messages much less often than they really do, if at all. It's just a way of allotting themselves exaggerated credit. No doubt that some men really are filling a woman's inbox with lewd or suggestive messages, but with other women really doesn't go on as much as they want you to think, and they want you to think that oh so many men think they're that sexy and desirable that they would want to hound them with advances.
If these claims from women really are true, whether they will admit it or not, they still enjoy the drama of it all. They like the idea of being able to boast to the world, "Ooh! Ooh! I get dirty messages from men frequently!" So they act as if getting these messages annoys or flusters them, which to some extent may, but they really get off on being able to tell everybody all about them in all those stories, which is really no less sleazy and cheesy than the men who really do send women inappropriate messages.
So cut the drama and the ego trip. It's overdone and it's old. Get over it. I'm just sayin'.