Sarah Halpin is a British, London-based model with her sister Joanna. They have blog, that they describe by saying, “We’re sisters. Models. Image makers. Underpinned by a shared love for clean, minimal and carefully considered aesthetics. And this blog is our creative outlet.” It features Joanna and Sarah in panties and naked a lot. Sarah recently posed nude, and you might just want to check her out. What She Said Blog.
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Popular Spanish blogger and YouTube vlogger Aida Domenech, 27, is less well known in the United States. So that is one strike. She was spotted partially topless, really just adjusting her bra while her tits fell out, on the beach. But with nudes dropping of big celebrities like Emma Watson, Amanda Seyfried and Alyssa Acre, it is hard to get a lot of attention. That is strike two. That said, Aida is really super stacked. So facing and 0-2 count, she really knocked it out of the ball park with her topless pictures. Even if nobody really noticed.
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Sabrina Dacos is “the model and photographer of all the pictures you see in this blog,” sabrina-dacos.tumblr.com. One of her recent inspirations, was “Cornography,” a series of pictures of her sexually gratifying herself, vaginally and anally, with corn. Nice.Blog, Blogger, Corn Porn, Nude Model, Sabrina Dacos
Adult content is under an assault from Google. Google Glass banned porn. And now Google-owned Blogger is limiting the ability of adult blogs to earn money, refusing the monetization of adult content blogs. Google’s Blogger recently said “Please be advised that on June 30, we will be updating our content policy to strictly prohibit the monetization of adult content on Blogger,” in a message from the Blogger Team to users. “After June 30, we will be enforcing this policy and will remove blogs which are adult in nature and are displaying advertisements to adult websites.”
“If your adult blog currently has advertisements which are adult in nature, you should remove them as soon as possible as to avoid any potential terms of service violation and/or content removals.” The appears to be aimed at limiting the proliferation of porn (the most popular content on any blog service), by limiting its profit potential. For shame, Google, for shame.