Tumblr has announced that it is to introduce a ban on all adult content across the platform in a major reversal of policy. The site has long been home to all manner of explicit content, and this lack of censorship is part of the reason for Tumblr's popularity. The site says that, as of December 17, "adult content will not be allowed on Tumblr, regardless of how old you are". The announcement was made in the Tumblr Help Center, and it comes as the company aims to appeal to a wider age range. Just last week the Tumblr app was removed from Apple's App Store because of child pornography on the platform, and it is possible that this is the incident that focused the company's mind.
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This year, history repeated itself with a Commitment March in the same exact place, helmed by Rev. Thousands packed the National Mall to speak out, protest, listen, and march for Black lives. Photographer Julien James sirjulienjames was among them and captured the moment in a series of 50 exclusive photographs for Cosmopolitan. His images and captions below illustrate what the sweltering hot day was like for the many who chose to take a stand.