How to Back Up Your Tumblr Adult Blog and Save It From Yahoo Oblivion

Few know better than I that sinking feeling of popping open the computer one morning and finding you’ve been erased – Blogger/Google did that to me almost three years ago now, and my Blogger blog was simply shut down, no warning, no appeal, never to be seen again. All images uploaded (I had over 700) simply vanished and could be be found or rescued. They killed my entire Google account including my gmail address. And all, I believe, because “someone” complained.

The same thing happened to Garm, who was, and still is but not on Blogger, marvelously creative at image reworking and manipulation. I warned him when it happened to me, to no avail. Happily I archived a number of his images which are scattered through the collections on the pages under Galleries up top, and I featured his work in three of the DJs of Porn posts (first, second, and third).

So. What about this Tumblr dustup?

Now Yahoo has bought Tumblr, and for some weeks before the deal was announced, Tumblr had been making the Tumblr porn blogs invisible to search engines, especially Google, by the way it handled the robots.txt file. Sex blogger Bacchus at ErosBlog (not on Tumblr :)) who has been blogging on sex since 2002, has documented this and come up with detailed instructions and a rationale for you all out there in carnal land to back up your porn Tumblr blogs and save them from possible no warning doom. Here is his post reblogged in full, and props to him for taking the time, energy and interest to offer this solution: Continue reading →

Video of the Year – Sublime

A short break this week from GIF of the Week so’s to have a look at my nominee for Video of the Year. I don’t often post material without some carnal angle – ’cause that’s what we’re here for, right? – but very occasionally something so entrances me that I can’t resist. The Cities of  Light post was one such, and the Holiday Lights post was another.

This is yet another, my nomination for video clip of the year, and it is simply sublime. The creator has not titled it other than using the sound track name, so I entitle it Sublime. The sound track is ღ Aloha Ke Akua by Nahko Bear and Medicine for the People. More details after the clip.

You can download that music track for free from Nahko’s Soundcloud channel.

So the clip was created by “some guy” Nino Canino, who goes by the moniker SailinJerry on YouTube. He put together and edited video clips by Mexican cinematographers Pedro Torres y Diego Pernía who made the original video of places in Mexico.

Their original footage was used for a series of commercials called “Estrellas del Bicentenario”, which was part of the Bicentennial celebration intended to reflect the natural beauty of Mexico to the world. It aired in 2010 on Televisa. Then he added the Nahko music track. Props, brother!


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Gif of the Week – Slurpee

Mom and Pop had this nickname for Aunt Stacie: Slurpee.

I always thought it sounded pretty funny, and Aunt Stacie grinned an evil grin when they called her that.

But none of them would ever divulge the provenance.

One night when she was visiting for a week on Pop’s birthday, I went for a drink of water at 2 a.m.

I heard some noise upstairs, so crept up to peek in her open door.

There the three of them were…Slurpee working the back, and Mom the front.

gif of 3 way with one girl rimming a guy's ass while a second girl sucks his cock

That gave me a high bar goal for birthday celebrations, you can bet.


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