Porn Still Safe On Twitter

Porn Still Safe on Twitter

In late October, Twitter released a new array of guidelines governing the media and content posted within Twitter feeds. The release focused on what Twitter perceives to be violent or adult content and the announcement had many notable adult brands up in arms.

Many adult brands have an active social presence and use Twitter every day to send details about upcoming productions, featured starlets and more. A change to what they may display could cause potential disruptions but just today Twitter updated the wording of their release to put your mind at ease.

Over the past week, those in the adult industry saw this move as a sweeping “ban” on adult content but that isn’t the case. Twitter has already done a decent job communicating what it deems as adult or sensitive media and they reiterated that content within a feed should be unaffected.

Sensitive media includes:

  • full or partial nudity (including closeups)
  • simulating a sexual act
  • sexual intercourse or any sexual act (including illustrations)

For months, Twitter has pushed brands to make better use of the “sensitive media” option for posts and that features certainly has a larger role today. Recent guidelines strengthen Twitter’s fairly strict rules on header and profile images while giving you the same freedom you’ve always had in the feed. Adult content will however be prohibited from sponsored content so any large, paid campaigns for adult brands might be a thing of the past. See Twitter Ad Policies.

Will this bring more changes for the adult industry? Will more social media platforms add even more restrictions to Adult content? What do you think?

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