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Isn't it weird how you can publish photos of naked adult women and then end up with questions about pedophiles?
That's the way it is. Some people seem to think such photos are a breeding
ground for pedophiles. From that point of view I can understand why some people are so strongly against it. I've been asked the following question since I first started to publish erotic photos which is why I included it in my FAQs on

Will erotica users not get addicted and always want something more extreme? What about the guy who started with Playboy and ended up a pedophile?

Yes, this story went around the world for sure. Apparently this guy started as a teenager watching the underwear section from a mail order catalog to masturbate. Suddenly he needed something “harder” and he turned to Playboy and Penthouse. But after a while he again needed something “harder”. That’s when he got into hardcore porn. There too, he started with normal mainstream pornography, but he’s desire for something more “extreme” took him to anal and gangbang. He also felt the urge to find younger and younger porn actresses, until finally only child pornography good give him satisfaction. The story ends here. That’s the story this guy told the police and the media when he was arrested for the possession of child pornography.
Sexual abuse of children is very severe. It leaves them scared for the rest of their lives. As a society it is our responsibility to protect every child from abuse. So what can we learn from this story? To me it sounds like this unfortunate man was a pedophile right from the start but he needed years to find it out and admit it to himself. If these were the normal stages every porn user will eventually go through we would almost have a billion pedophiles by now. Most porn users are not asking for something more extreme every time they come back, it seems they come back for more of the same. That’s the story that went not around the world. Children rely not only on our protection but also on our ability to not panic for no good reason. I fear we will do them more harm by leading them to think behind every corner could be a pedophile waiting for them. What about learning to trust other people? And what when our children find out that we’ve been lying to them and there are not nearly as many pedophiles as we told them?

But what should I tell my children?
Tell them to be afraid of everyone who’s a little bit different.
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DaimoNxx Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2014
sad6549775 Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2014
I love the way this shot brings a different image to the same model due to the lighting and posture. Keep up the good work and critics of some nature, do like to cast these art in a negative light. To prove a phenomenon there are convinced upon, they do like to boost about it by showing and considered a narrow perspective. Thus, such people are no different than a tyrant, that is set out to follow his/her own ways.
Estowers Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2014
DGBlackwell Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Stunning model
Ouch662101 Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2014

This is just my 2 cents, and my perspective is probably not the norm, but I really don’t consider what you do to be “porn” to me it is art. You take a camera, lights, a setting, and a subject and reveal something truly beautiful. Some of the pictures push into suggestive sexuality, but “porn”? Not from my point of view. Your photos tend to not invoke libidinous thoughts so much as amazement. I find the female form to be something rather perfect, beautiful, and graceful. I like your photography because it brings out into the world how I see things in my mind. The angle, the symmetry, the beauty, talent…even when you shoot non-living things, you do the same thing. I have been an admirer of your for years because you bring the art to a new and wonderful level.  I find it most sad that someone cannot see the beauty that you create. If you had carved these same women in the same positions out of alabaster and placed them upon a pedestal, I suspect that these same critics would show far more respect to the craft. Hmmm…you don’t carve by any chance do you?

11166164 Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2014
nice body
RockStocks Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
"A little bit different" wrong thing altogether. Should be saying be afraid of the stranger that wants a cuddle and has to have a picture in your new clothes... those are the people you should teach your kids about. "A little bit different" could mean anything to anyone... The Jews in Nazi Germany were a little bit different and so were the Tutsi's!
coolguyXL Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2014
Not enough naked men photos...
auxinix Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2014
add it to the fav's ppl
Feronox Featured By Owner Edited Aug 14, 2014
Telling children to be afraid of every one who is a bit different is a horrible message to send. 
 Teaching a child to live under the the heavy burden of perpetual fear of anyone is not only damaging to their psychological development,  but it is an utterly flawed way to program your child's psyche. Fear itself is anyone's truest enemy.
Historically, some of the most infamous violent criminals have been charismatic, cunning, superficially normal, attractive, etc.. People in which that society erroneously and generally considers as more trustworthy.
Everyone is on the same level in reality. We're all just super-intelligent mammals running around in chaos on a spinning orb in space, created out of the obliteration and fusion of compounds and gasses, and stars and particles in the cosmos.

Being a person who is a little bit different, born to a family that is a little bit different, I would rather tell children, do not fear strangers, but do not trust them, if a stranger tells you to go with them without our permission, tell them no. Even in life you will find that you cannot trust your friends. Take no guff. Hurt nobody unless you are defending yourself or someone else from harm. Be curious about people who are a bit different. Learn from them, study them, do not put them down.
Sadists, control-freaks, violent criminals, sex criminals, news stations, businesses, and general predatory people(s) all thrive on the power and gravity of fear. They can sense it. They can see it from a mile away. Fear is often irrational and ingrained and impressed upon others. Distrust and vigilance, are natural instinct. They are smarter than fear as they have a confidence to them. Fear can be paralyzing. It can also make people do absurd things. Fight or Flight. 
Programming a flight or flight syndrome into people is socially irresponsible.

One last thing to share. While we need to protect the children from predatory individuals and collectives of individuals. Society has let some horrendous things happen because of their collective fear. There are many out there who deserve to be locked away for a very long time for their crimes against children, however there are many people out there who  have been wrongfully accused. Such events and talk of events becomes an absolute witch-hunt, and often rationalism is replaced by fear and horrendous actions 'retribution' and rampant paranoia. 


Beautiful girl by the way.
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