Hi I am new here and dont want to break the rules. Are the pics posted on my hub (Marrying a virging and tradition) considered phonography? Would like a quick respose thanks.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Marrying-Young- … -Tradition
I've consulted with my pants and there was nary a twitch, so no, there is nothing on that page that remotely resembles ponograhy. Or even pornography.
Umm. At least not as ostensibly presented. And not my decision.
it doesn't look sexual in nature but regardless there still be a line up of titties..
It's nudity.. tits are tits. If it was a picture of American women, this would not be allowed. Can't be a double standard.
But I don't make the rules. It's up to hubpages team to decide.
Sharp eyes, Sunstreeks. Aren't we all used to seeing National Geographic with pictures of brown skinned women naked?
Also, if it was an American person posting this, their link might be snipped for being promotional.
But I refrain from solidly stated opinion, because it isn't my decision.
Also the hubs are quite light on actual written material. They might be considered substandard from that point of view.
I would say yes, because the reason the women are there, dressed in that manner, is to attract a man. It is more than lifestyle, as seen in NG.
I'm no porn expert, but I'd have to say that's pretty far from my idea of it.
It's still recorded though, you just don't have right equipment
Hmm I've never been told I don't have the right equipment before
Guess so far what you had was right for the task - just this task prolly is different
I have seen this stuff on the 6 o,clock news in the uk this is not porn, this is natives and natives clothing and style if this does get band then this would be a racial act. Nice way to get noticed Lenny, Like it.
I say it's not pornography. I'd be surprised if anyone thought it was.
Shouldn't this question be posted in a different forum (like the hub makeovers or need help)?
Anyway, it's not porn, IMO, but it could be presented a bit better.
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