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I have noticed that quite a few websites require an account to see NSFW stuff now...

YouTube, tumblr, DeviantArt, Reddit and more recently and notably Twitter all require people to make accounts to see any content with sexualized NSFW nudity...

In Twitter's case it also requires the person to state their age as being 18+... I don't remember exactly when this change took place but it was earlier on this year if I remember correctly...

And other social media giants like Facebook and Instagram do not allow sexualized content in them either with several people being banned for posting sexualized images in them ( I know Belle Delphine was banned from Instagram due to her gross sexualized pics at least ) ... Although I have seen nipples on public accounts on Instagram but it is pretty rare as far as I have noticed at least...

In addition to that women like Laila Mickelwait have done a very good job in exposing all the nasty stuff about the porn industry and PornHub deleted most of their videos due to it apparently...

I heard several porn websites related to PornHub also changed stuff about them after Laila exposed them like removing the download button...

OnlyFans ALMOST banned porn from it too but unfortunately they decided against it ( probably because they know they won't survive without porn since that's what most people use it for ) but that was still a close victory!

What do you think about these recent developments? Think the Internet is becoming better as far as porn goes?

I have noticed that quite a few websites require an account to see NSFW stuff now... YouTube, tumblr, DeviantArt, Reddit and more recently and notably Twitter all require people to make accounts to see any content with sexualized NSFW nudity... In Twitter's case it also requires the person to state their age as being 18+... I don't remember exactly when this change took place but it was earlier on this year if I remember correctly... And other social media giants like Facebook and Instagram do not allow sexualized content in them either with several people being banned for posting sexualized images in them ( I know Belle Delphine was banned from Instagram due to her gross sexualized pics at least ) ... Although I have seen nipples on public accounts on Instagram but it is pretty rare as far as I have noticed at least... In addition to that women like [Laila Mickelwait](http://lailamickelwait.com/about-laila/) have done a very good job in exposing all the nasty stuff about the porn industry and PornHub deleted most of their videos due to it apparently... I heard several porn websites related to PornHub also changed stuff about them after Laila exposed them like removing the download button... OnlyFans ALMOST banned porn from it too but unfortunately they decided against it ( probably because they know they won't survive without porn since that's what most people use it for ) but that was still a close victory! What do you think about these recent developments? Think the Internet is becoming better as far as porn goes?

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Porn will decrease only when women will reject men who consume it.

r/FemaleDatingStrategy was bringing awareness about this, and women there were outspokenly anti-porn, and against even talking to men who watch it. Too bad they aren’t around anymore... :(

[–] Luske 19 points Edited

I don't have that kind of optimism :(

Having to make a profile to see NSFW content is just a way to make people join, I think. People will be curious and join. And stating your age as 18 never stopped kids from joining social media. If it was somehow a serious age verification, I would buy it.

We have a saying in Danish: Almost and nearly knocks no man off his horse.

They are still raising more barriers against NSFW if not outright banning it...

[–] Luske 3 points Edited

I guess I just see them as half-hearted barriers.

(Edits are just due to my fat fingers >< )

I only know how bad it’s gotten because of the posts on Ovarit. I don’t go to any websites where porn is located. I do not like like visual porn, such as videos, pictures, etc. I deleted my long-term account on preddit and kept one only for niche topics where perversions rarely, if ever, pop up.

If parents on a preddit sub that I read despair about anything, it’s about their little kids happening upon porn on the internet at school with their friends, and not knowing how to handle it. It seems to happen a lot.

I’m not in denial and I know what is out there. The internet is awash with pornography and nothing on a tech bro basis was done about it in the very beginning and it is now ubiquitous. There is virtually no escape from it on the internet.

Yes, it’s a good thing that particular sites “require” age verification but we know kids easily get around that. Porn really is everywhere. Pervs trade CP amongst each other and somehow, it still escapes into the dark recesses of the internet where kids find it.

I think anything that companies and businesses do at this point should have happened at jump street, not 20 years after it has reached everywhere. I guess better late than never but when a clothing design company like Balenciaga has an ad campaign with a little girl of aged 6-7 holding a BDSM bear, something is very wrong in the culture of sexuality, media and the internet.

I don't know. There is a lot we never see. All the trading groups on facebook, discord, and megaupload.... and meta doesn't want to get rid of end to end encryption. I'd speak with young women all the time on reddit, saying they were posted sites with their name, weird 'collecting' websites with local women, featuring candid upskirts and such while they were at school. Or this one OnlyFans creature who contacted me, who was clearly a minor and was complaining about the abusive messages she received.

And the stuff in plain daylight like that balenciaga ad. Someone asked if it would have been permissible even ten years ago, and i am not sure. But, much more is passing through, as we force sexuality on children through drag shows and unfortunately pride has turned into a kink show.

Or this one OnlyFans creature who contacted me, who was clearly a minor and was complaining about the abusive messages she received.

Uhh why are you calling a sexually abused/exploited, groomed teenage girl a “creature”?!? Don’t dehumanize her.

Lailas doing good, actually the payment processors kind of distancing themselves (I'm very edgy on this front morally but that's the primary driver ATM) is what's doing the most, most platforms do not support the paid distribution of violent porn right now because of it (pixiv, patreon, etc)

I’m not sure but the existence of feminist criticism is definitely a good thing. I think porn sites are now more aware that they are being judged, so they’re less likely to post overt rape fantasy content…

It’s still very bad, but there used to be tons of shamelessly misogynistic and racist content, so hopefully there’s less of that now.

I think it's getting worse in the amounts and types of content available, but i also think that it's good that things like nofap and awareness of porn addiction are gaining traction

OnlyFans considered banning porn?

I thought that was a porn site?

Not sure if requiring an account to view porn makes things much better - men who want to see porn will still access it. Perhaps it will delay children finding online porn, but that's really all.

(Reddit not requiring an account is rather annoying to me, cause I never will make an account for that misogynist site, and I did like reading horror stories on there, some of which are 18+ for more, uh, horror related reasons.)

I've gotten around the Reddit login by replacing the "www" with "old" in the URL.

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