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THREAD RESURRECTION - 4 random older posts

 spankingnl on Jan 11 2019 09:37

Please have a look at my new site at

I’d be happy to receive any feedback, suggestions or comments you might have. Thank you so much!

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spankingnl on Dec 28 2018 04:35

You can find me on Kik, if you like. My username there is

spankingnl on Dec 16 2018 01:37

Log off from Tumblr this 17th.

spankingnl on Dec 16 2018 01:26 (from libertinedreaming-deactivated20)





Dear Tumblr @staff

I am not just a variable in your algorithm. I am not merely a number in the statistics that you used to first sell yourself to Yahoo in 2013 for $1.1 Billion and thereafter gave a stated value of $618 Million when Yahoo sold its complete portfolio of holdings to Verizon in 2016. 

I am not a pornbot. I am not a spambot. I am not a purveyor of child pornography nor am I one who promotes racist, fascist, or other hate fueled speech (although these latter content categories appears to be saved from your culling). I am not a computer generated program to infiltrate your platform for any nefarious purpose. 

I am a person.  I am an individual. I have been one of your consumers for nearly five years. 

Like many I have never cared about my actual statistics, but at present I have 5,480 followers all of whom are real, actual individuals as I carefully did what you would not or could not do, i.e., weed out bots from my followers and block them (sometimes as many as 20 a day).

I presently follow 1,296 blogs, all of which are also real, actual individuals as I did not blindly follow any blog that appeared on my feed or followed me, but only those with the evident personalized creative content of its owners whether that be original content or expressed through reblogs of others original content to create an individualized expression.

I am both what is reported to be among the 1% of your total users who created this content and the 22% of your total users who consumed this content; content which was reported to comprise (at least in 2013) 11% of your top 200,000 blogs; and content that is reported to be your “top driver of traffic to Tumblr” which accounted for your largest content category at 20.53% of total clicks (as compared to the next largest category “books and literature” at 7.61%).

I am just one of those open and upfront about my desired content.  I will not “out” them, but you might be surprised to discover how many adults followers of mine do not have any such content on their own Tumblr. Beyond those that expressly follow, my feed contains not infrequent and often repeated visits by many who make evident their enjoyment of the content that does not appear on their own Tumblrs.  I am willing to bet that you have not made any accounting for how your decision may impact their future consumption. I’ll certainly be watching your next valuation.

You determined to take what had been exalted as a home for marginalized individuals and have chosen to minimize them.  

You have chosen to devalue me.

But I know who I am. I know my value.

I am just one.     

Yet, I am one of many.

I am one that when joined with others creates multitudes.

And it is this multitude who have contributed mightily to your platform. We are the ones who are among the “generation of artists, writers, creators, curators, and crusaders to redefine our culture and to help empower individuality” that you boasted your platform contained.

Enjoy your defined version of “a better, more positive Tumblr” that seeks to foster “diversity of expression” while restraining the expression of “sex positivity, your relationships, your sexuality, and your personal journey.”

And I am one, hopefully of many, that will purposefully close their account on December 18, 2018 so that I will no longer be counted among your consumers as you shop for purchasers, advertisers, and financial supporters in the future. I will be one, hopefully of many, that will terminate my account on December 18, 2018 so there is no question whatsoever as to the reason for my departure.


On a personal note. To those here whom I have met, conversed, shared, or simply liked or reblogged content, Thank you. I can truly say my life has been enriched by the interaction with you. May you be well. May you never accept being marginalized in any environment or by any individual or group. 

May you be free. 

May you find comfort. 

May you find acceptance. 

May you and I, again one day, find each other.


This just needs to be continuously REBLOGGED

Perfectly said @libertinedreaming

Please REBLOG…..perfect ☝🏻

Reblogging again for a brilliant piece @libertinedreaming

 spankingnl on Dec 15 2018 11:01 (from yayroos)





For everyone’s information:

The plan for the 17th, when the adult content ban comes in, is to protest.

To do that, we are making as much noise either side of the 17th as possible, and using the site as normal.

On the 17th, dead silence.

People are saying log off but what they really mean is don’t open the site or the app.

But, on the 17th make as much noise as possible on every other platform. Tweet about it and post on facebook and instagram and everywhere else.

What this does is causes a massive dip in ad revenue for one single day. That does not make staff think ‘oh everyone’s gone let’s shut down.’ What it actually makes them think is ‘oh shit people aren’t happy and if people don’t keep using our site we’re out of money and out of jobs.’

A boycott reminds a company that the users (consumers) have the power to make their site (business) worthless with one single coordinated decision.

If you want to join in, here’s what to do:


  • Close all open instances of the app and site on all your devices before the 17th
  • Make posts before and after the 17th on tumblr and other platforms, talking about why this ban is bad
  • Make posts on other sites during the 17th. Flood the official tumblr staff twitter and facebook with your anger and your opinion
  • Come back on the 18th and check in


  • Delete the app from your phone (this doesn’t affect their revenue and since it’s off the store at the moment it’ll be hard to get back)
  • Delete your account. I mean you can if you want to, but if you keep your account and don’t use it you’re saying to staff that there’s still time to save it. If you delete it’s hard work to come back.
  • Open the app or website (including specific blogs)
  • Make any posts (turn down/off your queue and make sure nothing is scheduled)
  • Go quiet elsewhere. Make it clear that this is just about tumblr, not a mass move away from all social media.

Remember: the execs don’t care about anything but money. Shutting down the site means there’s $0 further income from it. That’s their last possible course of action. If we make it clear we’re not happy, they’ll have to do something or we can do more and more until it becomes too expensive.

Protests take commitment. They’re a defiant action against a business that is doing something wrong. They will try to scare you into not participating, because they’re scared. We hold all the power here, sometimes the execs just need to be reminded of that.

Peaceful protest pointed at ad revenue, spiking activity elsewhere. Genius.

Here is an experiment. On the 18th, everyone posts up adult based pictures that is within the limits of the new so-called guidelines and note the response from Tumblr.

Imagine the fun if their filters “explode” :-)

So, who’s all joining this then, eh? 

spankingnl on Dec 14 2018 11:34

If you have Kik, here’s how to find me.

 #spankingnl #bad girls need good spankings #spanking #chat #followers #tumblr is dying #naughty kik #kik #kik me #kik usernames
spankingnl on Dec 14 2018 07:44 (from thekinkymom)


So here we all are. Our last weekend on tumblr.

… before the lights go out forever this Sunday. 😢