Size Proud!
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2019-06-04 16:11:16

    Here’s a Sneak peak at our login page! 

    We’ve got an update. And it’s a big one.

    As you may already know, we are developing a social media platform for adult content where you can post all sorts of hot stuff. We wanted to give you an update which walks you through our multistage implementation process, our goals and some deadlines we have. We ask that you please read this entire statement, as it should answer a number of your questions and concerns!

    Stage 1: Backend We focused HEAVILY on the backend so that we are prepared to handle an enormous amount of data, so we can properly balance the load of all of our users and their content. We have multiple servers to handle the uploading, viewing, sharing, re-blogging, commenting, liking and more. This stage is nearly complete.

    Stage 2: Cumblr Web App
    We are creating an easy to use web-app for all of our users so they can start uploading their blogs, or so they can create a brand new one. Our web-app is currently in development and the beta is nearing completion. Our development team is confident that we will have the beta version open to the public on or before the evening of Monday, December 17th. At this time, you will be able to create an account and get going with posting all the things that make you cumblr. If you have followed the instructions on how to save your blog as a ZIP file, we are working on a method of allowing you to upload it to cumblr. The great news is, if you have already saved your blog to a ZIP: YOU DON’T HAVE TO RUSH TO UPLOAD IT BY THE 17th! That’s right! As long as you have saved your zip file, you will be able to upload it to cumblr at any time. Even if we don’t have the upload functionality ready to go by the 17th, your blogs will still be able to be uploaded later on! Just make sure you follow the steps to download your old blog.

    Stage 3: Cumblr Mobile Optimization Once the web-app is complete, it will be very easy to touch up the front end to run smoothly on mobile devices. We are hoping to have a sound mobile optimization by end of the month. We will be releasing Android and iOS apps. With this in mind, there is a very good chance that Apple and Google Play will not allow us to be on their app stores. If this is the case, we will have direct download links to these applications which can be installed using a technique called “sideloading”. This allows you to install apps that can’t be found on the Apple or Google app store. We will be transparent with both Apple and Google when asking them if we can be on their stores. We will comply with all of their terms and conditions. If we are still denied the opportunity to be on their stores, we will provide direct download links to our application which you can download at your own discretion. We aim to get this going in the next few months.

    Stage 4: Monetization for Cumblr, and its users We currently rely on your generous donations, and we thank you for being so supportive already! Stage 4 will include a number of ways to implement monetization. Cumblr will always be free for our users, but we will offer additional perks and benefits with some form of optional, paid subscription. We will also have some interesting features planned for those of you who are “original content creators”. Those of you who are posting stories, pictures, videos etc, of yourselves (or you are working with a group or team to produce any original content); we plan to allow YOU to make money with our platform as well. This is scheduled to be implemented over a 6-12 month timeframe. We also plan to serve relevant, sponsored posts from niche markets which will help us continue to grow. These posts will allow us to continuously update our website and make it the best platform for the community. At this time, WE WILL NOT host generic ad space on Cumblr, for we believe it is against what our community desires.

    Stage 5: Illicit Content Detection and Removal Over time, we plan to develop additional methods of detecting, and automatically removing certain content, which will be outlined in our terms of service. We hope to begin development of these features within 6-12 months of initial release. Fighting illegal content will be a major focus here at Cumblr. We want to make sure that our users follow our guidelines and more importantly, follow state and federal laws. We want to make sure we have an intuitive way to remove content that does not comply with our terms of service. We allow a very large number of categories of adult and mature content, but some content (As will be outlined in our Terms of Service) will absolutely not be tolerated. Our old blogging home was shut down due to people posting things they shouldn’t have. It is partially up to you to help us moderate this environment. All users will be able to report posts that they believe do not comply with our Terms of Service.

    There will be many more info-blasts like this to come, and we want to keep you in the loop! For now, make sure to subscribe to our mailing list by visiting our site, www.cumblr.com. We plan on sending out emails as we implement each of these stages, and to tell you if we’re adding any other great features.

    Be sure to follow us on our proper social media accounts:
    Instagram: @cumblrofficial
    Twitter: @theRealCumblr
    Reddit: u/cumblrofficial
    Thank you for making Cumblr happen. We’re doing it all for you: because we believe there should be a safe place for everyone to endlessly scroll through hot, mature, adult content.


    Maybe this is where we’ll all end up? 🤞🏽


    Tumblr Inquisition

    When did freedom of expression suddenly become an online crime? When did an attack on a specific subset of any group ever work to the benefit of any institution?

    In this bloggers humble opinion, Tumblr’s December 17th forced genocide of Adult Content blogs is just another example of how our society is slipping backwards in its level of tolerance towards anything that is different, preferring to have this type of content hidden away, and marked with a scarlet letter of intolerance and shame.

    Are there issues revolving around certain types of blogs Yes. Child pornography and other unacceptably content is abhorrent to all. Is Tumblr going after those specific types of blogs? No. Are they setting up a system that blocks minors from accessing adult content blogs? No. They are preferring to follow a simplistic “nuke it all” approach rather than address the overall problem. Taking a M.A.D (mutually assured destruction) approach, can only end in one way, for without adult content, Tumblr will die off.

    So my friends and followers(93k amazing individuals), I challenge you to reblog this note, and challenge Tumblr’s decision. Perhaps, if enough of us stand up and protest some good will come of it. Resist, and fight the good, and honourable, fight.


    Well said!

    I’m going to Twitter when Tumblr kills my account. I’m not sure if I can post NSFW content there but at least I can keep in touch with some of you until we find another platform. I’m still going to post about small/average penises there. Follow me @sizeproud on Twitter. Let me know you followed me here so I know who you are.