Reblogged from kingjaffejoffer
We hardly knew ye.
I got an email from Tumblr Support saying my account was terminated because of “Spam or Affiliate Marketing”, which is funny because I wasn’t a spam blog and there was no affiliate marketing on my blog. The ads on my blog were no different than the ads on hundreds of other blogs hosted by Tumblr. I followed their rules, but at the end of the day Tumblr treats porn bloggers who use their service like second class citizens. We’re technically allowed to be here, but they don’t really want us here, we cause them headaches.
I sent them a two-sentence email refuting the charges levied against me, but I’m certain they’ll respond with some vague reply of complete bullshit and tell me to kick rocks. I know how the game goes. And I’m not going to fight their decision.
No matter how much Tumblr says porn blogs are welcome as long as they “follow the rules”, I can tell you that it couldn’t be more untrue. Porn is fine as long as its one of the thousands of scarcely trafficked side blogs. They don’t want porn blogs with high visibility hosted on their shit.
As many of you know, I’d been planning to get rid of the porn blog for some time now, my heart wasn’t in it anymore. I’d grown bored after posting tens of thousands of pictures. I could have prevented this entire ordeal by choosing to host the blog on my own instead of using Tumblr, but I always knew I would be walking away from the site so I figured why even bother.
To all of the women who trusted me and sent me naked pictures or videos in private, your secret will forever be safe. The pictures will not appear on any other site. You can breathe easy… that’s my word.
I can still be reached at email@example.com or on Twitter @Teampervert
So yeah, that’s just about it. I’ll still be on Tumblr under this account. I just won’t be posting porn anymore.