Is WordPress after us now?

First it was Tumblr removing ABDL content due to their change of policy so many ABDLs shut down their blogs. I still kept my Tumblr page up since all I do is repost ABDL pictures or themed ones or reblog ABDL stuff. I haven’t gone there in a while so it’s pretty much dead.

Now I see baby Emma had her wordpress (abdlgirl.com) suspended. She also had 3 other WordPress blogs too and they were all suspended. Has WordPress changed their TOS now and are they now going after ABDL blogs?

I just looked through my links and saw two dead ones, (one was private) so I removed them both. I have not gone though all my following blogs lists yet but the abdlgirl one is still there.

So if this blog disappears, that would be WordPress suspending it. But I will still be at Twitter, Dailydiapers, Adisc and some other websites.

Update:

I have come across a blog entry and it was about the war on sex workers and how so many places have shut them down.

But anyway, for WordPress, the blog entry stated from the TOS:

  • WordPress.com – Specifically things hosted on WordPress.com and not instances of WordPress open sources software on people’s self hosted sites. There is a lot of confusion over this one. WordPress.com is a business venture by the company Automattic, which was started by a founder of the WordPress.org open source software project. You will not be prevented from making a site with WordPress software you have downloaded from WordPress.org or installed through your web hosts control panel.However, you may have your account shut down or content removed if you host your blog/site at WordPress.com, which says in its TOS: “There are limitations to the mature content permitted on our service. Please don’t: Post visual depictions of sexually explicit acts (such as, but not limited to, images, videos, and drawings) that can be considered pornographic; Post links or ads to adult-oriented affiliate networks, such as pornography site signups; Post links, text, or images promoting or advertising escort or erotic services;“ and has been known, thought firsthand accounts, to suspend adult industry workers using it for personal or promotional blogging.It’s not clear to the extent Automattic polices use of other services/plugins that you log into with a WordPress.com account (like JetPack), but we’d advise caution for WP users on wing your images to be compressed by JetPack packaged plugins, for example.

Someone online, could have reported Baby Emma’s blog and claimed it was a sex work and escort service because ABDL is a sexual fetish. But I found her blog again and she migrated to another platform it seems like. There are bitter ABDL out there who get angry if they have to pay so they will try and shut them down using the TOS to manipulate the service. They will make false claims and they succeed because the service buys it.

Perhaps this blog still stands because I am not making any money off of it and I am not selling anything here. I am not doing any meet ups here or hosting anything. I am not charging anyone to see my photos I have posted here. I am also not charging anyone to hang out with me and I am not renting out any room for any photo shoot.

Do people truly believe ABDL is an escort and sex work service if you are making money off it or are they just claiming it to shut them down due to jealousy and anger?

2 thoughts on “Is WordPress after us now?

  1. I’m not sure if WordPress is “going after us.” I went back and read the TOS (again) and I don’t see anything in most ABDL blogs that would get someone suspended. I can’t speak to the other blogs you mentioned because I never saw them.

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