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I have created a small animated clip about sexual exploitation of nude models. Follow this link to watch it on youtube:…

Your feedback and comments are very welcome!

Stefan Grosjean
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NoMadderThanYou Dec 24, 2012   Photographer
God, you are a moron. And I say this with the deepest respect.

What if I AM deeply offended by bread? And although people would tell me to "...stop acting so fucking ridiculous!" I just couldn't get over it, and decided to go to a bakery, where to my dismay I saw my secretary buying a loaf of the hellish whole wheat! Surely I should fire her on that basis. No, that is utterly ridiculous. Unless somebody would actively throw her nude pics (or anything of the sort) in your face all the time, you can not blame her for YOUR seeking it out. Unless you haven't noticed, you should know that these kinds of images are not usually used as profile pics on for example facebook, or as Christmas greeting cards. You'd have to actively seek them out. Your bad.

You have a self-centered, unrealistic view of the world and can apparently not fathom how co-existence with other beings can actually work in the long run.
carlofon Mar 18, 2012  Professional General Artist
Fight Against Sexual Exploitation! Now in the box placed to the immediate left of this personal / journals postings is a beautiful woman belly down in a tub of what appears to me milk.....feet, ass, back, shoulders, neck & head above the milky surface.....erotically sensual.......female flesh & milky white contrast nicely forming and caressing the thighs & ass cheeks caressing the anus and vaginal labia.......Is my description considered "Sexual Exploitation" or just a critical observation of a photographers efforts to create a situation that begs to be looked at in a fetishistic manner? :judge:
zirhlidayi Mar 11, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
You are a great man and a great artist.

Fully agreed. It's more than just peoples intolerance though. The exploitation happens from both sides of the industry, with the improper and lewd conduct towards the models. Especially those models who are not professionals, and are new to it, and are not aware of ways to protect themselves.
magXlander Dec 20, 2011   Digital Artist
Interesting video. I even made an entry in my journal about it. See it here: [link]

My compliments for your idea! :thumbsup:
LilTracyLynn Dec 6, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Your point doesn't make since. If a man or woman is willing to strip naked in front of a camera, then she or he should understand the consequences of what happens when their pictures stream out on the internet. It's not sexual exploitation if a grown man or woman chooses to do what they do. Unless they are being forced against their will to do something inappropriate, then it's not sexual exploitation.

To be honest, if I were a business owner and I found that one of my employees were doing porn or getting naked online for men to see, then yes, I would fire them because if people found out that I was hiring erotic models, then that would make my company look bad. Especially if my company was doing something besides erotica.

Also, not all erotic watchers are men. There are many women who watch male erotic nudes as well, mate.
CandyCollie Dec 21, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I think that if the person used to be an erotic model but decided to clean up their act they shouldn't be fired for it? It would mean once you're in the business, that's the only way you can ever make money and that's sad. Imagine you went through a rough patch and that was the only thing that could make you any money? Your future plan is to become a doctor. Being an erotic model isn't illegal, it's not like committing a felony or having bad morals you know.
Amethyst-Amygdala Oct 18, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I am not sure if I fully understand.... I have nudes online, but only on sites like dA where you need an account to actually see them.
I try to keep track of them as good as I can and so far, nothing has "leaked" to my university colleagues, family, etc. Also I am not "googleable" with my real name.

I know it is hypocritical to fire someone because you saw nude pictures of them online. But then again, if I wanna be a teacher there is no way in hell I should have any not fully dressed pics online. Like the teacher who got fired because of a fetish site she had. thatīs just stupid of her.

just my 2 cents :)
LAvenus79 Aug 26, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
interesting video. i like it
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