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I didn't talk about this but several weeks ago I got yet another 30 day ban on Facebook. It was for a post that linked to a NSFW post on my Patreon page. The problem is that unless you are a paying member of my Patreon, you would not have seen any NSFW material. It means if you saw any NSFW material when you clicked that link, then you already consented to see the material. Otherwise you would have been forwarded to a sign up page. The ban is probably over now. I don't know, I deactivated my account. 

A couple months ago (or more) I got some kind of trouble on Youtube for linking my Mrs Claus promo video to the page at drivethru.com where I sell the Mrs. Claus comic. I got some kind of brief suspension and the video was taken down (that video had been up for years by the way). The video of course was suggestive but not NSFW. The link led to a NSFW page but again, unless you already had an account on drivethru.com, you would not have seen any NSFW material. You had to have consented to see the material, otherwise you would have been forwarded to a sign up page. By the time I found out about the suspension, it was apparently over. 

Being a NSFW artist of any kind is lovely in 2018.
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AndyVines Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
Challenging enough to self-promote without all this stuff...
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CD-B2 Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2018  Hobbyist Writer
Oy. Talk about annoying at the very least.
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GraphicBrat Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2018  Professional
It may be the live links. It's kinda the same here on DA, they don't like live links to NSFW materials. Try to avoid using live links and maybe you'll get less flak.
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