Why the Twitter Shadowban Matters…and Why It Doesn’t

a blog post about the Twitter shadowban

The social media and content entities of the world work hard these days to lock out adult content. Either due to investor concerns about all that dirty, dirty sex littering their cash cow. Or it’s in an unconvincing attempt to “Think of the children!” WordPress, Tumblr, Facebook, Instagram, Patreon, and even the place many of…

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What Would You Do If Social Media Disappeared Tomorrow?

social media vs blog as a platform

Debates rage on social media, as they do, all the time. Some I ignore. But some make me think.¬†Sometimes I think, “Can’t we all just get along?” And then sometimes I realize I have Something To Say. Lately, it’s been about voices and platforms and where sex bloggers are most effective or maybe even where…

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