X Updates Guidelines for Adult Content Creators!

Aiden Kiprop
By Aiden Kiprop 2 Min Read

X, formerly Twitter has just updated its guidelines to allow users to share consensual adult nudity and sexual behavior, as long as it’s labeled and not used as a profile picture or banner.

But what does this mean for users and creators? In this article, we’ll dive into the details of X’s new policies, including the requirements for marking sensitive content, the ban on harmful or exploitative material, and what it means for the future of adult content on the platform.

X’s New Rules: What You Need to Know

Did you know that X didn’t previously ban porn, making it a haven for NSFW creators? With the launch of X Premium, creators could share exclusive content with paying followers, similar to OnlyFans.

But with the new guidelines, users who regularly post NSFW content must adjust their settings to mark their posts as sensitive. And, by default, users under 18 or those who haven’t entered their birthdate can’t view NSFW material.

The Impact on NSFW Communities

X’s new rules apply to all adult content, including AI-generated, photographic, or animated materials. But enforcing these rules won’t be easy, especially given the platform’s history with explicit content.

Remember when AI-generated images of Taylor Swift flooded X in January? It’s clear that cracking down on rule-breakers will be a challenge.

What Does This Mean for the Future of NSFW Content?

Other social platforms have struggled to maintain NSFW communities. Tumblr banned adult content in 2018, leading to a decline in traffic, while payment processors like Mastercard and Visa have enforced stricter rules on platforms like Pornhub and OnlyFans.

So, how will X balance its new guidelines with the need to maintain a safe and respectful environment for all users?

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