Re: the Tumblr thing. So-called "adult content" is de facto unmonetizable by major media companies.
As in every NSFW page costs them $$$ because advertisers refuse to pay to be shown next to content that "doesn't align with [their] brand's values."
I'll never not blame for-profit social networks for putting money before their users, but you can't run a site like Tumblr's at their scale without revenue. And it was Dial Soap or some shit that decided that advertising next to a titty was too risky, but white nationalism is still on-brand. Why is nobody framing that in their edgy thinkpieces.
Tangential: remember when Nike or whatever rolls out it's next Woke Ad Campaign, we still have to pay attention to what they pay to appear next to, and what they don't.