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Thanks to Eugenia Dior (model)
Erotic art made with respect
What does "erotic art made with respect" mean?
The internet and the digital revolution have made one thing clear: Erotic content in all its variations is more popular than ever. It's no longer something that only "perverts" are interested in. It has become normal. But what about the models? Are they doing it on their own free will or are they somehow forced and exploited?
As a responsible person you ask this question just as you protect yourself and your partner when having sex. Sexuality doesn't have to be this dark force anymore that people give into at night only to deny it by day. Maybe it was like this in past centuries but now we know that this always creates human suffering in some way. Civilized people reflect their sexual behavior and take full responsibility. To watch erotica by night and disrespect the models by day just isn't acceptable anymore.
thanks for sharing
The only happiness we do find is one we make - Helen Fisher (studies sexuality)
Hence the term - to make love. And erotic content was perverted by some medieval nutcases, but it was never actually pervert or anything bad. If sexuality is not in your top 3 priorities, I got bad news for you. Regardless of your orientation
But talking about this statement of yours and with all due respect, I don't see any connection between this and your photo. I checked your website's photos and I saw some more of these tons of professionally made photos of this genre: beautiful women posing naked, in a way to seduce, promoting their goods... I didn't see any difference, a more poetic approach for example, an ode to human body... If you want my opinion, sexuality could become not dark if we tried to make an ode again to human body, like ancient Greeks did. Including men with women for example, in common poses. Showing naked flesh in ordinary life and tasks, trying to exculpate human and especially female body from being only a sexual object...
Just my two cents.
I have a big problem trying to explain to people the difference between proper artistic nude art and photography and porn.
love it and thanx for all the stunning photographs!
"fair trade nudes" ... how beautifully radical
You can't define "pornography" (even the Supreme Court tried and failed) but in regards to nude images, there is “tasteful” and “distasteful”, the former implying respect.
A tasteful work concentrates on the female’s beauty, and if sex is involved in the scene, only included its positive aspects.
Distasteful, well, that’s sadly more common. The stuff you see on this site with gratuitous nonconsensual bondage or S&M, or scenes of slavery, torture, and the deviations that show “vore”, well, that is distasteful and not respectful. Chauvinistic too. (Likely done by artists who know they can only get away with it here, with a pseudonym.)
Yours is okay. And very good too.