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    Well, this is interesting.

    According to some reports, Verizon is selling Tumblr, and PornHub is interested in buying. Obviously, people are hoping that a new owner might lift Tumblr’s ban on adult content.

    But even if MindGeek (PornHub’s parent company) or some other company acquires Tumblr and did that, you won’t find me going back anytime soon. As I said before, the reason I moved to my own site was due to the underlying problem of central control over social media. Lifting the ban does nothing to solve that.

    On the other hand, these sites make it easy to discover new users, which is one thing I loved about Tumblr and also why I’m still on Twitter. But I’ll try to minimize my use of such sites.

    I kept up my Tumblr blog until the end of 2015. In 2016 I posted only occasionally, and then things really dropped off after that. It was essentially abandoned until Tumblr announced its policy change at the end of 2018.

    As I scrambled to preserve my blog, I realized something: I missed doing what I did.

    I missed gushing over things that turned me on, even if that just meant putting “So hot!” below it.

    So I’m restarting my blog here. The format is going to be a little different, though. Instead of sets, I’ll post mostly individual pictures. And I’ll actually write more than two words for each of them.

    While a lot of people affected by Tumblr’s policy change are moving to other social media sites, I’m staying right here. (I wrote a separate post about why I’m sticking with my own site.) If you want to stay up to date, follow me on Twitter, or better yet, subscribe to the RSS feed.