mature content lock needed everythings covered but the rest of it is too suggested I love art and such like this but remember to protect your art you must protect the eyes of the others who are far younger then yourself or whats the point this form of art
It is true she is being suggestive and people's perspective on art is a very broad subject. However, I agree with ~Palaeo-Tempest that there should at least be a mature warning on this as this can be seen as confronting to some people, such as myself.
The model is pretty, and the photograph was taken beautifully, however the context of it can be somewhat confronting.
Look im trying to attack you. But label this image as porn is so inaccurate. Yes it can be confronting and maybe even offensive but to not call this art is a pretty big insult to the artist. Im sure this photographer considers himself/herself as an artist and not a "pornographer". I would love to get your perspective on what you call "real art" is, form what I gathered its pretty narrow minded and warped.
That's funny,It doesn't look like she's having sex to me...I mean that's what they show at porn sites right? I don't see anything exposed, so what if her hand is underneath her clothing? OMG MY HAND IS UNDER MY SHIRT! I MUST BE GROPING MYSELF, GEEZUS PUT ON A MATURE FILTER QUICKLY!!! It's not like she's gasming or anything. No lock needed IMO.
Well obviously having the hand under a shirt is completely different to having a hand underneath an underwear. B\Yes she is pretty, and the photograph was well-taken, but I also think that there should be a mature filter on it to just caution some viewers. There are people of all ages on this site (though I wouldn't imagine a kid looking for this stuff, but there is a chance of coming across it through newest deviations or favourites) and to some people, such as myself, find this kind of context somewhat confronting.
I see where you are coming from, but at the same time, she's only being a human and it's a part of human nature. It's not like you don't touch down there after a trip to the bathroom or washing yourself in the shower or the casual scratch at any age. I just don't find it "harmful" for kids to see. In other countries nudity is exposed to kids all the time, its completely normal and not a big deal. This one show I watched with my friends 6 year old son while I stayed in Japan was a kids cartoon which showed this angry mom chasing these two kids in the nude after getting out of the shower. Yet anything with gore or mutilation is a big deal in most other countries other than America. If my kid saw this picture I would explain the model might have had an itch (which is normal to most extents)while taking the picture, and I would proceed to shrug it off. This isn't sex, this isn't nudity. If this needs a mature filter, so does any drawing or paintings with blood or violence IMO. But I guess it's all based on how your family raised you...