Google+ Doesn’t Like Blowjobs

Camille Crimson gives a sensual and sexy handjob

 

Even though I’m a Mac girl first and foremost, I’m certainly also into Google.  I use Gmail, I use Google analytics, I use several Google subsidiaries, like Youtube and I like their philosophy of not being evil.  But, apparently they don’t like me so much…  Or, at least they don’t like blowjobs.  And that’s just sad.  Violet Blue posted about it a few days ago, but after perusing it for myself slightly the other day…  I’m not impressed.

 

It seems that they’ve made their new social network out to be completely NSFW-free, even going as far as to take a clause for art out of their terms of service.  Basically, if you post a beautiful nude painting, you’ll be in trouble.  That certainly applies to the photos I love to share.  Even worse, they specifically mention that Google+ cannot be used to promote adult websites.  It’s not that I don’t love just talking to you guys, but the site is a big part of my life and I like to share it.

 

Facebook is awkward because I can’t ever say anything about the site, I can’t link to anything even related to my site and I can’t post any content that is even suggestive.  It seems like Google+ is the same way, but with even less sharing capacities.  Until they revise their sex negative policies, I think I’m going to have to pass…

21 thoughts on “Google+ Doesn’t Like Blowjobs

  1. ClintonHammond

    It is my understanding that G+ is for personal, not business use so far….

    I’ve been playing with G+ for a couple of weeks now, and I am really kinda digging it.

    That they have made their decisions about NSFW content, well, it’s their sandbox… They can do with it what they please. It never appeared to ever hurt FB much…. I doubt it’ll hurt G+

    “Adult” content still has MANY venues and outlets in cyberspace ;-)

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    1. Camille Post author

      I know it does, but the ghettoisation of sexuality does nothing for anyone. With proper NSFW tags, people can police their own social media experiences without excluding a huge part of the human experience.

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      1. Mike

        Well, let me just say this, without trying to sound spammy My partner and I have been working on a social network before Google+ was launched that does share some similar features, but goes well beyond. We also have a rating tags for Adults Only. We welcome sexual openness. However were still about six months out from having the site go beta. So it’s not nearly complete at the moment, but you can click the link in my name to register if you wish. While we probably won’t be anywhere near as popular as facebook or google+, you never know.

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        1. Redact That

          haha! Just looked up ‘social more’ in the app store and wound up with ‘social moms’ which is ‘powered by the most influential moms on the internet’. Not the same thing at all!!!

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  2. cm

    Why is it that you’re not allowed to post on Facebook, but Playboy is? They’re always posting NSFW links, including links back to playboy.com

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    1. Camille Post author

      They’re a huge company and they have a lot of clout, so Facebook knows to stay on their good side. But they delete porn and sexuality related pages and profiles for virtually nothing unless they’re Playboy sized. Even Violet Blue had that issue.

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      1. cm

        Ridiculous double-standard, but I figured that was the answer. I already have no respect for Zuckerberg and his team, who’ve already shown a lack of morals.

        For the business aspects, and the sheer phenomenon that is Facebook, they did an incredible job. But for the most part, I’m ashamed to have Zuckerberg and Facebook forever linked with my alma mater.

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        1. Camille Post author

          That’s the thing… It’s a great tool in a lot of ways… I just wish I could be more a part of it without having to censor a huge part of my life.

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  3. kinky kupid

    That’s what I’ve been noticing as well. FB decided, one day to totally delete our profile and page without explanation. We had over 500 people following us and all of a sudden – gone. Why you ask? Because we posted a link to our site which showed a vibrator. That’s the only thing I can think of.

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    1. Camille Post author

      It’s so sad that these sites are so puritanical… It really does a disservice to human nature to pretend that sexuality doesn’t exsit.

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      1. cm

        US culture as a whole is so puritanical when compared with many other cultures. I remember being in Italy on vacation a few years ago, and I couldn’t sleep, so I turned on the TV late at night. There were boobs, on regular broadcast TV. That wouldn’t fly here in the US. Even the use of more colorful swear words on TV is restricted to after 1am on Saturday nights.

        Is Canada similar?

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    2. ClintonHammond

      You do realize that it was likely a FB user who reported your site and not FB who just upped and removed it…

      There are LOTS of people posting pics of sex toys on FB

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        1. ClintonHammond

          A culture? That might be going a little too far… It’s G+’s sandbox… They get to make the rules.

          They have been suspending business accounts left and right today…. Business who signed up after being asked not to… to keep G+ for personal pages for now…. What you have here is a business anyway… Probably best to wait.

          Hopefully, there will be an “Adult” section when Google rolls out its business option.

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          1. Camille Post author

            Sure, it’s their sandbox, but it doesn’t change the fact that it’s contributing to the idea in our society that anything considered adult doesn’t have a place in dialogues outside of those behind closed doors. I don’t know if I’d agree that I’m a business… A “stage name” maybe, but it’s not a persona or a brand as such…

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  5. ClintonHammond

    “it’s contributing to the idea in our society that anything considered adult doesn’t have a place in dialogues outside of those behind closed doors”
    Well, there’s a time and a place for everything… if G+ decides that theirs is not the NFWS time or place, that’s their choice…. It didn’t do any favours for the Video CD people (Remember those? Came out just before DVDs, but they decided, no porn… and DVDs beat them up and too their juice money!)

    “I don’t know if I’d agree that I’m a business”
    I’m guessing, but I suspect that Googles point would be that almost everything links back to a membership site, so I’d imagine that they’d wanna keep you in the Business section…. Where, hopefully, they will ease up on NSFW content! Then you can hit G+ and hit it hard! ;-)

    G+ implementing good NSFW guidelines and the ability for a user to block or allow such content might just be one of the biggest nails they help drive into the FB/Twitter/Skype/Tumblr coffins…

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    1. Camille Post author

      If they could get a NSFW tag and just have a setting where you could either allow those or not, that would be perfect. It’s their choice, ultimately, but including a huge facet of life would mean a lot more users and a lot more use of their system… At least that’s how I see it.

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