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We hear buzz that like tech companies past, it’s all about funding and we worry that we’ll always be disposable people.
This problem has only been brought further to the forefront in recent days, where you have long had a checkbox on your site that says “Content contains sexual imagery or nudity.” Which now exists alongside new language in your October 17th update, to the Adult Content section, which says this: “Lastly, you cannot sell pornographic material or arrange sexual service(s) as a reward for your patrons. It’s even how you’ve recommended we operate – using Patreon to fund a movie, or creating a website to reliably deliver rewards to our patrons! After an Engaget article covered these new developments, this was added: Update: A Patreon spokesperson has clarified that its stance hasn’t changed, just the way it articulates the policy around pornography and other adult content.
You can’t use Patreon to raise funds in order to produce pornographic material such as maintaining a website, funding the production of movies, or providing a private webcam session.” Which is exactly, as you well know, how many of your most popular creators operate. Which is to say that producers of pornography and sex workers more generally have always been “operating outside of the Community Guidelines.” The decision will leave a number of sex workers looking for yet another way to secure payment for their labor.
However, there has always been an issue with your stance on “porn” versus “adult content.” This stance has never been clear and is reminiscent of the phrase “I know it when I see it”, most infamously used in 1964 by Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart to describe his threshold test for obscenity.
This is an outdated, legally unclear, and importantly, view of adult media.