And before you drag out the tired old “well don’t look at it” or “don’t follow it” responses, consider my plight: How can I avoid non-NSFW stuff when non-NSFW posts continually end up among all the “NSFW” tumblr blogs that I follow? It’s disgraceful. For example, Princess Molestia’s respectably dirty tumblr is labelled as NSFW yet sometimes her updates are shockingly devoid of both nudity AND profanity! And it’s not just confined to tumblr, either. Why, only yesterday I googled “mlp rule 34” and among the NSFW results was an appallingly family-friendly image of Pinkie Pie not doing anything remotely x-rated. How did THAT one slip through?
NSFW ponies have their place, and they are forced to stick to it in accordance with moderators’ rules. Worksafe ponies have their place too, but do they stick to it? NO. They spill over into the Rule 34/NSFW genre, soiling it with inappropriately SFW content and nobody speaks up about it. Don’t get me wrong, I respect SFW artists and acknowledge that their art is every bit as artistic as NSFW art, but personally I am offended by worksafe art, so I stick to NSFW channels to TRY to avoid it. It’s all very well for NSFW-haters to be ridiculed for daring to look at clearly-tagged NSFW websites, because they had a choice and they chose to look at NSFW content and then they complained about it. But I didn’t choose to look at SFW ponies, and yet here it is, being shoved down my throat by what are SUPPOSED to be NSFW tumblr blogs. Where are the victims of SFW content like ME supposed to go to escape this infestation of worksafe wholesomeness?
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