Please confirm we can contact you. Would you like to receive our newsletter? The industry of social networking websites is pretty competitive, with sites like MySpace, Twitter and Facebook leading the way. Amazingly, Skinbook is actually a UK based website and it takes its rules and regulations very seriously for the benefit of its members. Members are not allowed to post lurid images, leave dirty comments, upload headless photos or generally misuse the website.
We live in an age of infinite accessibility. While previous decades may have been dominated by professional erotica, now plenty of us take to live cam sites, subscription services and amateur porn to get us off. Here we are kissing in front of the Eiffel Tower! This model is genius, especially given the widespread tales—both inside and outside of porn—of sex worker exploitation. Girls have killed themselves over revenge porn. Porn becomes the default sex education of today—and not in a good way.
In the wake of this mass exodus, dozens of websites old and new have popped up, attempting to court alienated Tumblr users by promising a safe haven. The reality, however, has looked bleak: crashing pages, caps on new users and policies that actually prove hostile to sex work. Shortly after the ban, Dreamwidth, a text-centric, LiveJournal-esque platform created in , and Pillowfort , a new social media platform still in beta, were slammed with thousands of former Tumblr users.