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Tumblr has announced that its liberal attitude to what content is shared will be curtailed. From 17 December 2018, adult content - defined as "photos, videos, or GIFs that show real-life human genitals or female-presenting nipples, and any content—including photos, videos, GIFs and illustrations—that depicts sex acts" will be banned from the site with exisiting content to be reverted to a private setting that makes it viewable only by the poster and not the rest of the world.

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Women account for around 26 per cent of visitors to Pornhub, according to the site's latest insights. That's enough for a noticeable drop in traffic to be evident during the Women's March in January.

But how does the way women consume and access porn differ to their male counterparts?


Young men’s use of pornography has been the focus of considerable debate, if not anxiety and moral panic, in recent years. Recent incidents such as the high school “porn ring” have in many respects fuelled these anxieties around the impacts that near-ubiquitous access to pornography has on boys and young men, particularly when it comes to issues regarding sexual violence and consent.

Yet, so often missing from these debates are the voices and experiences of young men themselves. Clare Watson’s new theatre production, Gonzo, sets out to provide this often-absent perspective.


In a rather inclusive move, the pornography company has made video content appealing to an even larger audience. The new feature describes aspects of the video, such as what actors are doing, what they are wearing and more. It’s not just one segment of videos either - Pornhub is catering to straight, gay and bi users with vision impairment. Or just anyone who wants to listen to porn, rather than watch it.