CWs (content warnings) 

Had a lot of messages recently regarding CWs (content warnings). While it's not a rule to use them on every post, a lot of users don't want to see sexual content, messy diapers or even crotch shots.

Put just putting "NSFW" or "ABDL content" isn't a helpful either. Using descriptive CWs will actually gain you interactions on your posts. If I see "padded pups" or "cute butts" I'm more likely to click and interact than if it's just marked as sensitive or has "ABDL" as a CW.

I’m giving a heavy side eye to everyone that doesn’t tip generously at work today

I'm surprised how much of my Tumblr is still... there. I was expecting it to be far more dead than it is. It will be interesting to watch it over the next month.

PSA: Don't be ashamed of things that aren't shameful.

Can we all please use content warnings? 

It's pretty rude and violates Mastodon's guidelines when you post uncensored diaper pics. While everyone here may be okay with it, people on the federated timeline are not and it gives this instance a bad name. is a community-led microblogging platform. We’re part of a decentralised federated social network, based on the open-source Mastodon project. is hosted on our own servers and supported by our patrons – we don’t sell your personal data or have ads.