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What images are too sexual to be posted on Listal?

Mr. Saturn 6 years, 1 month ago at Apr 5 23:44 -
I'm confused about what can and can't be on Listal, particularly the nudity in non sexual artwork part.

The image links are NSFW.

The image rules say
No overally sexual images which means no:
- Nudity, topless or bottomless photos (includes see-thru clothing and nude images with
blurred private parts)
- Sexually explicit poses
- Images with extreme focus on body parts
- Sex toys or related

Nudity in non sexual artwork...

It is up to the discretion of an individual moderator to judge if these rules have been broken.

Can I add NSFW (Not Safe For Work) pictures that have artistic merit and involve no sexual contact or nudity of actual people?

I thought about adding two Clockwork Orange by Stanely Kubrick images, but didn't want to be banned or anything: Milk Bar and statue

An example of non-moderated images - a woman in a g-string .
Deleted 6 years, 1 month ago at Apr 6 0:50 -
I think there should be some other opinions, but it's okay to post statues and paintings, etc., so long as they're not excessive. THIS list is one that doesn't break the rules - though I also made a thread like you have before doing it. To be honest, the "a woman in a g-string" one seems a lot worse to me than the ones you want to post. I'm okay with them.

The first one is parallel to how babies get fed, and the second one is a phallic symbol that leaves most of it to the imagination. And you wouldn't get banned for those types of pictures even if they weren't allowed and warranted deletion. ;]
Mr. Saturn 6 years, 1 month ago at Apr 6 2:52 -
Thanks for the reply :)
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Deleted 6 years, 1 month ago at Apr 6 5:29 -
Usually art is ok, as long as it's actual art and not just over-sexed images that are explicit just for the sake of being explicit. Mostly, all the fuss over nudity is because of the overabundance of actual pornstar images.
Deleted 5 years, 11 months ago at Jun 16 21:45 -
Just for quick reference, I'm posting Tom's detailed list of things not allowed for images. That way, if someone opens this thread they'll have the whole list. If anyone wants to reference this thread or copy/paste the below whenever the question comes up, feel free. =]
- No topless or bottomless or other private parts shown
- No photoshopped images beyond the original released photo
- No collages of multiple pictures
- No recoloring or crops of existing photos
- No duplicate images unless the quality is significantly better than the old version.
No overally sexual images:
* No images with sexually explicit poses
* No images with extreme focus on cleavage, ass or feet.
- Obviously for child actors there should be nothing close to anything mentioned above, no bikini shots etc..

And while I'm at it, here are some specifics that apply to nudity:

- No exposed nipples (for women), bare bottoms, or exposed genital areas.
- No extreme emphasis on any body part besides the face and the body as a whole. This applies to jarring images of people pointing their butts at the camera, close-ups of private parts, and the like.
- No sexually explicit poses. If a picture of an actor or actress serves no real purpose beyond being used as "fap" material for the odd webgoer, that's a problem.
- Exercise discretion. Baby hineys are okay to show if it's simply a cute picture of an infant, but keep in mind that a lot of the poses and attire (or lack thereof) that adult models can get away with is unacceptable for child actors and actresses.

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