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Tumblr's ban on pornographic images on its site is a positive step.
Tumblr's ban of pornographic materials is a positive step.
The ban represents a battle won against the objectification of women.
This eliminates the possibility of child pornography being uploaded to the site.
The ban prevents unwanted pornography blogs from appearing.
Tumblr to stay on the App Store.
The ban represents a battle won in the fight against human trafficking and abuse.
The ban prevents the exposure of pornographic content to those under eighteen.
Pornography is art and therefore should be openly enjoyed on any forum.
Banning it on a more well-known site like Tumblr may push more young people towards other websites with advertisements for things more extreme than they were looking for or are ready for, or could even draw them to the darkweb.
Some artists make a living selling and distributing pornographic artworks. Tumblr was initially a way for them to amass a following and commissioners. By banning pornographic images, these artists have to migrate to another website and restart their business.
As long as the viewer is of legal age to view this kind of content, they should not be prevented from accessing it.
The ban stifles creativity in the community.
Content that is now considered to be pornographic included information many people found useful, such as information on gay and lesbian sex, information on transgender-related issues or safety tips for people interested in BDSM.
The ban is a step towards a censored internet, which the internet should not move towards.
The ban attacks positive sexual expression.
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