Thursday, July 25th 2013

Holly Rose Emery photographed by Nicole Bentley for Vogue Australia, August 2013

Holly Rose Emery photographed by Nicole Bentley for Vogue Australia, August 2013

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Jessica Chastain poses during a portrait session at the 2013 Giffoni Film Festival on July 21, 2013 in Giffoni Valle Piana, Italy.

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Sui He

Sui He

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GPOY

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Marilyn Monroe photographed by James Haspiel in NYC, 1955

Marilyn Monroe photographed by James Haspiel in NYC, 1955

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Ruth Wilson and Idris Elba at the Harper’s Bazaae Women of the Year Awards in London, October 31st, 2012

Ruth Wilson and Idris Elba at the Harper’s Bazaae Women of the Year Awards in London, October 31st, 2012

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autostraddle:

What’s Really Going On With Gay Tags and Tumblr Censorship — And Why You Should Care

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A few days ago, Tumblr users started going crazy as they realized the…

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autostraddle:

What’s Really Going On With Gay Tags and Tumblr Censorship — And Why You Should Care

Feature Image via Buzzfeed

A few days ago, Tumblr users started going crazy as they realized the…

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Tilda Swinton

Tilda Swinton

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Kate Moss

Kate Moss

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Yumi Lambert

Yumi Lambert

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Michelle Williams photographed by Peter Lindbergh for Louis Vuitton Fall 2013

Michelle Williams photographed by Peter Lindbergh for Louis Vuitton Fall 2013

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Autostraddle — What’s Really Going On With Gay Tags and Tumblr Censorship — And Why You Should Care
"Queers spend a lot of their life attempting to be seen as more than just a sexual preference, as fully formed people who aren’t a kink or a fetish, so the fact that we were a consideration while dealing with buzzwords is offensive," says Bo Abeille, who runs Pussy les Queer, a blog featuring “explicit, fetishistic, and sexual images that [Abeille and her girlfriend, Tumblr user suicideblonde] enjoy.”
Pussy les Queer is a type of blog uniquely threatened by this new crackdown on Tumblr content. While it includes plenty of adult material, the purpose is not to provide a porn cache but to highlight the work of artists who deal in explicit themes. Run by one of the more popular lesbian couples on Tumblr — their personal blogs, bohemea and suicideblonde, were formerly featured in the site’s LGBTQ directory page — it’s an extension of two major voices of the site’s lesbian community. Abeille, whose personal blog was deleted last month over copyright complaints, is working on moving Pussy les Queer to another platform, particularly after the most recent round of censorship frustrations. She has already started a new off-Tumblr site, Les Beehive, but says she’s disappointed that she has to leave:
"In my case, I was a promoter, someone whose Tumblr was mostly dedicated to promoting artists, and also to turning people on to film, media, culture, etc, and isn’t that a kind of blog that Tumblr would want as well? Don’t they also want user loyalty? Shouldn’t I have been considered an important part of their community? But I’m not, and the LGBTQ users aren’t, and the NSFW artists aren’t[……]Wouldn’t it be great if Tumblr users could flag their content themselves?” Abeille asks — and that’s precisely the point. Does Tumblr not trust its users, who frequently dedicate themselves to strengthening communities for everything from fandoms to social justice, to apply that same dedication to flagging content? Can we not be counted on to improve the site we value so much? And, most importantly, can we not count on Tumblr to value each of us in return?
 (Banner by Molly Crabapple)

suicideblonde:

Autostraddle — What’s Really Going On With Gay Tags and Tumblr Censorship — And Why You Should Care

"Queers spend a lot of their life attempting to be seen as more than just a sexual preference, as fully formed people who aren’t a kink or a fetish, so the fact that we were a consideration while dealing with buzzwords is offensive," says Bo Abeille, who runs Pussy les Queer, a blog featuring “explicit, fetishistic, and sexual images that [Abeille and her girlfriend, Tumblr user suicideblonde] enjoy.”

Pussy les Queer is a type of blog uniquely threatened by this new crackdown on Tumblr content. While it includes plenty of adult material, the purpose is not to provide a porn cache but to highlight the work of artists who deal in explicit themes. Run by one of the more popular lesbian couples on Tumblr — their personal blogs, bohemea and suicideblonde, were formerly featured in the site’s LGBTQ directory page — it’s an extension of two major voices of the site’s lesbian community. Abeille, whose personal blog was deleted last month over copyright complaints, is working on moving Pussy les Queer to another platform, particularly after the most recent round of censorship frustrations. She has already started a new off-Tumblr site, Les Beehive, but says she’s disappointed that she has to leave:

"In my case, I was a promoter, someone whose Tumblr was mostly dedicated to promoting artists, and also to turning people on to film, media, culture, etc, and isn’t that a kind of blog that Tumblr would want as well? Don’t they also want user loyalty? Shouldn’t I have been considered an important part of their community? But I’m not, and the LGBTQ users aren’t, and the NSFW artists aren’t[……]Wouldn’t it be great if Tumblr users could flag their content themselves?” Abeille asks — and that’s precisely the point. Does Tumblr not trust its users, who frequently dedicate themselves to strengthening communities for everything from fandoms to social justice, to apply that same dedication to flagging content? Can we not be counted on to improve the site we value so much? And, most importantly, can we not count on Tumblr to value each of us in return?

 (Banner by Molly Crabapple)

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