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Target, Tumblr, and Blog: infinite-scratch:AND HERE COMES THE GIANT FIST!
Target, Tumblr, and Blog: infinite-scratch:AND HERE COMES THE GIANT FIST!

infinite-scratch:AND HERE COMES THE GIANT FIST!

Tumblr, Porn, and Mass: Tumblr Also tumblr Here comes the mass of refugees to the porn subreddits via /r/MemeEconomy https://ift.tt/2KWJspM
Tumblr, Porn, and Mass: Tumblr
 Also tumblr
Here comes the mass of refugees to the porn subreddits via /r/MemeEconomy https://ift.tt/2KWJspM

Here comes the mass of refugees to the porn subreddits via /r/MemeEconomy https://ift.tt/2KWJspM

Ass, Children, and Girls: tenaflyviper Tumblr has always been one of the most poorly-run sites I've ever seen. It has been the laughingstock of the internet for YEARS be- cause of this. @staff, I'm gonna lay this down right now: In making this latest decision, you have not made the site any safer, especially when a lot of the "harm to minors" around here comes from users' piss-poor treatment of each other that you've always turned a blind eye to. You have not made it more appealing to investors, especially because you'll be forcing content creators out in droves, thus leaving behind pretty much only the previously-mentioned piss-poor behavior. Do you honestly believe focusing on tags is going to work? And what do you propose to do when people simply stop using tags, or come up with alternative ones? Focusing on links? We've been sending links to each other's inboxes right under your noses for years-we just replace a few dots with commas, and your system misses it. If WE can get around it, I'm pretty sure bots can be programmed to do the same. Nixxing links to third-party sites? Well, you've just screwed over a lot of people looking for support on Patreon or trying to start fundraisers for their injured pets. You were asked to do two things that many sites haven't had much issue taking care of: Getting rid of spam bots, and keeping the site reasonably clear of illegal content. Your staff is so collossally inept that every attempt you've ever made to rectify these issues has caused loss of site function, and massive backlash from the user base. Only now that it's affecting your wallets do you attempt to do anything about it, and the thing you've chosen to do is essentially lose the majority of your users by coming up with half-ass "solutions" that actually do more harm to those users than the legitimate criminals you're trying to eradicate If what you really want is a site for children and teens without any adult content, then MAKE ONE (not that it'd really solve anything, since the most prolific producers of drawn and written porn are teenage girls, and nothing would stop users there from continuing to be abusive as hell towards each other). The users on this site are literally 85% adults that came here under the impression that they wouldn't be heavily censored or limited as they are on other social media outlets, and could create a visual and written expression of themselves, and their interests Congratulations on removing the only draw this site ever had Source: staff An eloquent response to the issues with Tumblr staff
Ass, Children, and Girls: tenaflyviper
 Tumblr has always been one of the most
 poorly-run sites I've ever seen. It has been the
 laughingstock of the internet for YEARS be-
 cause of this. @staff, I'm gonna lay this down
 right now: In making this latest decision, you
 have not made the site any safer, especially
 when a lot of the "harm to minors" around
 here comes from users' piss-poor treatment
 of each other that you've always turned a
 blind eye to. You have not made it more
 appealing to investors, especially because
 you'll be forcing content creators out in
 droves, thus leaving behind pretty much only
 the previously-mentioned piss-poor behavior.
 Do you honestly believe focusing on tags is
 going to work? And what do you propose to
 do when people simply stop using tags, or
 come up with alternative ones? Focusing
 on links? We've been sending links to each
 other's inboxes right under your noses
 for years-we just replace a few dots with
 commas, and your system misses it. If WE
 can get around it, I'm pretty sure bots can be
 programmed to do the same. Nixxing links
 to third-party sites? Well, you've just screwed
 over a lot of people looking for support on
 Patreon or trying to start fundraisers for
 their injured pets.
 You were asked to do two things that many
 sites haven't had much issue taking care of:
 Getting rid of spam bots, and keeping the
 site reasonably clear of illegal content. Your
 staff is so collossally inept that every attempt
 you've ever made to rectify these issues has
 caused loss of site function, and massive
 backlash from the user base. Only now that
 it's affecting your wallets do you attempt to
 do anything about it, and the thing you've
 chosen to do is essentially lose the majority
 of your users by coming up with half-ass
 "solutions" that actually do more harm
 to those users than the legitimate criminals
 you're trying to eradicate
 If what you really want is a site for children
 and teens without any adult content,
 then MAKE ONE (not that it'd really solve
 anything, since the most prolific producers
 of drawn and written porn are teenage girls,
 and nothing would stop users there from
 continuing to be abusive as hell towards each
 other). The users on this site are literally 85%
 adults that came here under the impression
 that they wouldn't be heavily censored or
 limited as they are on other social media
 outlets, and could create a visual and written
 expression of themselves, and their interests
 Congratulations on removing the only draw
 this site ever had
 Source: staff
An eloquent response to the issues with Tumblr staff

An eloquent response to the issues with Tumblr staff