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The social networking site Tumblr has gone through many incarnations. It was originally a hip blogging site beloved by New York media types; later, it got a reputation for being a hotbed of feminism and social justice activism, particularly beloved by young queer women and other marginalized communities. By the late s, however, Tumblr became increasingly known for two things: Fandom and porn. But now the porn is gone.

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However, with each day women are dominating more and more. Obviously, this means we also want to see ourselves in the porn we watch — and that can be hard to do with sites like Pornhub. Granted, Pornhub has a "porn for women" section, but it feels like even that's just not enough. Who's even deciding which porn women will actually like? Plus, lesbian erotica seems to focus on the aspects of sex that many women care about, like foreplay and mutual pleasure.

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When most people think of watching porn, they probably think of going to a seedy, poorly designed crapfest of a website and watching janky, poorly lit, awkward-as-hell videos of people having sex. But Millennial women are over that shit, and, in search of better porn for women, they're finding Tumblr. While Tumblr doesn't release statistics on the number of people flocking to the platform for porn, one Tumblr porn site operator said she gains about 4, new followers a month — mostly women, mostly twentysomethings.
On December 17, Tumblr banned adult content on their platform. The move was rumored to be a knee-jerk response to Apple removing Tumblr from its App Store over failing to adequately filter out child pornography. While that is certainly an understandable and valid reason for removing the app, instead of improving their filtering system, Tumblr decided to ban all adult content altogether. In doing so, they destroyed a massive social media community and outlet where people, especially underrepresented communities, could freely express their sexuality.