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I have to give a presentation to a group of middle school students, and the activity I have planned is to have them start their own blog. Ideally, I'd like to have them set up a Tumblr account because it is easy and straightforward.

However, the pr0n. I'd rather not be the one to introduce anyone to that ecosphere if I can help it.

Is there an alternative to Tumblr that has more stringent content requirements, but is as simple to use? Or a self-hosted platform that would be easy to install?

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Seems most of the large blog sites do allow adult content, including Blogger. I would look into setting up WordPress for your students so you can have more control over the environment. – dan Sep 26 '13 at 6:40

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