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While I agree on most terms, a lot of the accounts were banned for depicted humanizations of minors (like the CMC), and they were explicitly removed because minors can stumble upon them through someone’s page, followed or not.
I don’t want to dwell on this topic for too long, but in this case I’d like to make 2 counter-points.
1) The CMC (and the ponies at large) are fictional characters. They don’t exist, have no legal rights, and are the product of imagination alone. To draw them in any situation, explicit or not, humanized or not, does not damage any living, breathing person or animal. I may personally or even morally object to them being depicted a certain way, but point of fact, my objection doesn’t change what they allowed to draw and post.
2) In the case of reblogging NSFW onto a SFW blog, then the fault lies with the reblogger, not the original artist. If you’re going to put NSFW stuff openly onto your blog, check the NSFW box or hide it behind clearly labeled links. Simple as that.
That’s really the gist I’m getting at. It’s simpler (not to mention less damaging) just to unfollow, hide, filter, or ignore the stuff, than to raise a fuss and disrupt people’s work over it.