Devotional Sex Photo-Blog
have changed their policy on “sensitive content”:
To view my Photo-Blog you need to:
This is very bad for me because
many people who read my Tumblr before will not bother to do all of this
and so I will have fewer readers and thus fewer people will learn about
But it doesn't take long to set up a
Tumblr account and turn 'safe mode' off, so I hope you and many others
- Have an account on Tumblr
- Be logged in to that account
- Be over 18
- Have 'safe mode' turned off
a Tumblr account
Creating a Tumblr account is free.
Just go to https://www.tumblr.com/register.
You need to enter an email address.
Many people create a special email account (on Gmail or similar) to use for
setting up not suitable for work
accounts. Alternatively, of course, you can use your normal email
account. Note that users of Tumblr can't see your email address.
You also need to specify a unique name for your account. This is
something that other Tumblr users can see, but it can be anything (eg
You also need to choose a password and let them know you are over 18
(assuming you are).
of using Tumblr
Once you have a Tumblr account you
my Devotional Sex Tumblr and then all my posts will appear in your
If you wish you can start your own Tumblr blog and reblog some of my
photos as well as posts by others, and you can even add some original
'Safe Mode' off
The default for new Tumblr accounts
is to have 'Safe Mode' switched on. To view "sensitive content" you
need to turn this off.
If you are under 18 you cannot turn 'Safe Mode' off.
If you are over 18
then to turn it off:
- Click the icon of a person
(account) at the top right of the screen,
- Select settings,
- Scroll to
“Filtering,” and click the Safe Mode switch off.
- Leave the Tumblr app for a
sec and go to the main Settings app on your device.
- Scroll down and tap
- Look for “Safe
Mode” and turn it off
- Go to settings: Tap the
little person in the tab bar, then the gear icon in the top right, then
- Tap “Filtering,”
- Flip the Safe Mode switch off.
you can see my photo-blog:
Once you are logged in to your Tumblr
account and have 'safe mode' switched off you can view my Devotional
Sex Photo-Blog at:
And if you click FOLLOW then
all that I post will appear in your Tumblr dashboard.
engines no longer index my Photo Blog
In the past Tumblr allowed me to
have Google and other search engines view my blog and thus people could
find my posts and photos by using a search engine.
Unfortunately Tumblr have decided that Tumblrs with adult content can
no longer be viewed by search engines and so my Devotional Sex
Photo-Blog will disappear from Google and other search engines.
updated: 28 July
© MichaelK 2017