Limiting Facebook and IG

Pinup Practice

It has been a while since I’ve updated my website. Like so many others, I began using Facebook and Instagram to reach a wider audience. However, those platforms are zeroing in on creators and people with differing opinions. Discord updated their terms of service to say they could deplatform you for something you did while NOT on their platform. Imagine getting into an argument with someone and then trying to take a bus home, and the bus company won’t let you ride because they agreed with the person you were arguing with. It makes no sense.

Worse, they are closing in on risqué creators. If your art skills are good enough, the bots tag you. Once they start tagging you, the “punishments” compound, even if you get a previous violation overturned. One could probably argue that getting the previous violation overturned simply made them more intent on bringing you down.

With all that in mind, I’ll be doing what I should have been doing all along. I will publish on my website and share from there and through my newsletter. At least until my domain host and mail server decide to censor us too.

“Daily” “Random” Object pics

I’m trying to figure out the best way to deliver the “Random” Object photos. Currently,  I post them every morning to Facebooktwitter, and instagram. But if you don’t go there specifically, they’ll just get lost in your feed. If I post them daily to the website, then the newsletter comes out all garbled. So I thought I would make a permanent home in the gallery and post them all once a week here. Probably change my mind next week, but here goes.