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Some blogs and websites use the acronym NSFW – not safe for work – to describe their content.  We don’t.  We don’t believe in it, and here is why.

Nevertheless, we understand that some of you work in environments where the MacKinnonites have ruined everything for everyone. Some lazy ass who is looking for a handout and a pay day could use the fact that you clicked on Adult Video News as a way to get her cha-ching and her vacation from the career that she didn’t want anyhow.

So what to do? We’ll label stuff that might get you fired, but there’s no fucking way we’re calling it “unsafe.” We will label things like that with WYB. What does that mean? “Watch Your Back” Because, that is what NSFW means anyhow — that someone might stab you in the back for having the audacity to believe that you are free to read what you want to read.

WYB makes more sense in another respect — what if you are not at work? What if you are at your grandmother’s house and you think that, just maybe, clicking on a link to Tubgirl might just freak her the fuck out. What difference does it make if it is “safe for work?”

Finally, NSFW is even more of a lie if you work in an environment where, well, you’re just a-ok accessing Goatse, Meatspin, or the latest parody of 2G1C.

Accordingly, you should always watch your back. MacKinnonites are everywhere, they are spying on you, and they’ll stab you in the back at the drop of a hat. When we can identify something that should make you watch your back extra carefully, we’ll try and tag it with WYB. If we forget to, then tough shit. You should WYB all the time anyhow — but we do understand that some of you don’t have the luxury of working in the porn world… we will WYB.

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