You are not violating the ToS.
If you were, the blog would have been removed.
All we have done is removed your blog from our tagging system to protect users who may inadvertently visit and see content which is mature in nature. We have many users here of all ages and all views but we have chosen – because of a lot of feedback – to have this label. It is there to protect other users, to protect your blog from complaints and to provide a safe environment for those casually browsing blogs here.
The ToS does cover the action I took.
We have not restricted your blog from search engines. Google has a much wider audience than we do and it has unfettered access.
You didn’t answer my questions, Mark. So I ask them again.
I call bullshit.
Look through the sex tag for 5 minutes and you will find a ton of sites like mine listed. In fact, if you’re so concerned about adult content, why is there a sex tag in the first place? Why an erotica tag?
Kate and I are not the only ones writing adult material, but we seem to be the only ones being quashed.
Why? And why not explain your exact reasoning in public, in the thread set up specifically for that?
What specific violations of what specific rules brought you to your decision? Or was it just an arbitrary whim, as I and everyone else suspects?
Why was I not notified before being de-listed, or even after?
Why are none of the other adult blogs being de-listed?
Again, I call Bullshit.
But I have apparently been returned to the ignore list.