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Disclaimer: This site contains original homoerotic imagery ("gay art mostly") and is intended for open minded, mature audiences only (no under 18's). By viewing this site, you certify that you are of legal age to view adult material. If you are a minor please leave the site immediately, I CANNOT STRESS ENOUGH THAT THIS SITE IS INTENDED FOR ADULTS ONLY!

Welcome to my blogspot fellow art lover of muscle! Here you will find all my creations gathered into one gallery. Please have a browse around and feel free to leave a comment - it's always nice to hear from the people who actually take the time to view my work - namely you. I can't thank you guys enough. Please do not reproduce or post any of my images outside this website - or if you really want to then please email me in advance ;) Your continued support is much appreciated.

Thursday, 27 June 2013

Google will remove all Blogger sites that monetize adult content, from June 30

Well it seems like Google are making a mission to close down blogs which host adult content and monetize ads for adult sites:

http://thenextweb.com/google/2013/06/27/google-will-take-down-blogger-sites-on-june-30-which-host-adult-content-and-show-ads-for-adult-sites/

This is a quote from the link above:

"The wording doesn’t appear to differ from Blogger’s current Content Policy, but shows that Google is now prepared to take down any and all blogs which are “adult in nature” and displaying adverts or links for adult sites. These two factors could also be independent of one another: a blog which contains infringing adverts will certainly be taken down, but it’s not clear whether a blog that simply features adult content will share the same fate.
The current Content Policy also fails to define what constitutes ‘adult’ content. Images that contain nudity or sexual activity are listed as just one example, placing some ambiguity over exactly which blogs are under threat."
So will Monkeygogo.net be removed? This is hard to say at this point in time though it is a possibility. I've removed all links to adult sites, however i refuse to remove links to Classcomics because I think it's in context to what i do. If you like what i do you will like what Patrick Fillion does - so why remove the links just because Classcomics publishes illustrated gay erotica, even if Google are out on a witch hunt.

 If it does happen then please continue to follow my updates in Twitter https://twitter.com/monkeygogo_bara and on Y!Gallery if you have access to that http://www.y-gallery.net/user/monkeygogo/ (if you don't have a Y account the page comes in blank), until a suitable replacement can be found to begin a new blog. Blogger and Google has helped deliver my work to many viewers in the past so i hold no grudge to their decision to remove blogs.

10 comments:

  1. Google is changing so much in the last months. I don't understand why they'll do that.

    P.S.: The Y!gallery link doesn't work. When I click it, it says "Page not found.
    Please check your target location". I don't know if it's a problem of mine, or a temporally error of the web page.

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    1. Hi Alex! the Y! Page comes in as page not found because you need to have a Y! Account to be able to view the page. The link checks out find unless you're not signed on.

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  2. The language they use is so very, very vague that it's hard to tell exactly what they mean. I talk a little about it at my blog http://www.barbaricbrawn.com/2013/06/a-change-to-bloggers-adult-revenue.html, but I'm still confused and annoyed by it all.

    I've been to blogs that are just chock full of affiliate and ccbill links that go to other porn sites. That may be what this is all about, but, again, the language they use in the e-mail and on the policy page is very vague.

    Hopefully we'll be alright.

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    1. Oh i completely agree on how vague it is. As you can't classify every site with nudity in it as being adult. What about photography that shows nudity of men who happen to be gay, is it all just adult material or is there an element of something else there? Be that as it may, If sites get removed i hope there's a degree of consistency - eg: site depicting male nudity REMOVE, sites containing female nudity KEEP ....

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  3. Have you ever considered using Tumblr?

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    1. I think right now i'll consider all available option s- the only reason i've not had a tumblr so far is cos i was too lazy to dedicate time to manage another account on top of everything LOL ;)

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  4. Tell us if you are going to create another blog IF Google removes this. I'm still in shock of this stupid news from Google, they will soon conquer the whole Internet! Big hugs from Norway~!

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    1. well i guess it kinda makes sense in some circumstances. To much of the web is cluttered with sites thats are just laden with ADs to porn sites

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  5. It's getting crazy. I saw the writing on the wall a few months ago as well when they changed the images search results. When they teamed up with Facebook and youtube all that, I could feel this 'purification' coming. (I can't remember if that was before, or after the image search was changed.) All in all, it's really annoying. As Lucky and you have both said, the text is way to vague. What do they even constitute as advertising? Anything could be consider advertising for adult material. There's too many definitions of that word. If you check out the blog THE TRUE BLOGGER STATUS you should find some interesting articles on this. The newest one talks about how this is nothing new, but because they plan to enforce it more then ever, it's causing a panic.
    I really believe like you do Moneky that, they are going to be targeting the heavier spammy sites and will leave the little guys alone. But you just can't trust blogger. Blogs still get taken down for no good reasons. I am planning on making a workpress blog and just importing my blog into it, as sort of a back up for when the shit hits the fan. It's with a heavy heart that I will be removing the ads to my friends sites. U__U

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    1. Yeah wordpress seems like a good option, i've had some experience using it. The only reason i stuck with Blogger was cos of its ease of use.

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