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Ok so it seems I'll have to do that too.
I'll keep it simple : read the title.
I've been doing a bit of nude photography these last months and even though the vast majority of the people who visited, faved and commented my photos were totally fine, there's always a small fraction of weirdos/perverts/wathever and that really pisses me off.

I'll say that once : nude/erotic photography is not porn and models are not objects (and that also applies for porn models by the way) !
so everyone have to BEHAVE PROPERLY and RESPECT THE MODELS

you can act as a dickhead with me, attack me, critique me, send me weird messages, BUT... one more time... Don't touch the models.

If you want to write some kind of pervert comment, keep in mind that nor the model, nor the photographer, nor even the people who truly appreciate the photo will like your comment.

You want porn ? Fine. There are plenty of website for that on the net, or even photo galleries here on dA that are more about porn than about nude. Use them.
If you're not able to understand that "nude model" does not mean "slut", don't even waste your time on my photos.

From now on, any kind of indecent comment/behavior will be immediately reported to dA staff.

Oh, and still thanks a lot to all of you (the vast majority) who take my photos the good way, comment appropriately and understand how to enjoy these pics without anoying anyone with any sexual related bullshit. You guys and girls rock ;)
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DreamDrifter91 13 hours ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Agree completely!!! 
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GLFord1 Apr 6, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Wholeheartedly Agree.  Wasn't watching you before but now I am and can learn from ya.
{Keep Calm and Shoot On}
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BW-999 Apr 7, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you very much for the support !! ;)
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AriccKorvaine Apr 6, 2014  Student General Artist
Well said and I agree, you do a really great job.
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BW-999 Apr 7, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks a lot for the support and compliment :)
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OlivierAccart Mar 6, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
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BW-999 Apr 7, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you! Thank you! 
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Outof4mmo Dec 14, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Peoples with no education or artistic background or just no good taste in life will find it porn. I for example, draw live models. The other day i was at the public library studying anatomy and sketching when a dude peek over my shoulder and said: Ahhh your drawing porn… Hell, it was academical nude study…I mean, you can't have more basic than that!
So if a guy look at academical nude drawing and see porn, of course some weirdos, when looking at your photos (beautiful by the way) will se porn!
It's all about education and respect i think...
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BW-999 Dec 14, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer

Thank you very much !

Judging whether a photo/drawing etc. is porn or not depends mainly on education and artistic background yes. And avoinding to harass models with stupid comments is just common sense and as you say, respect... That's what drives me nuts in fact... If people consider my photos to be porn, I can't prevent that and after all and as long as they keep that for themselves that's hardly a problem. But some of them just can't understand how unpleasant it is for a model to be talked to like an object (and I suppose porn models wouldn't appreciate it that much either)... Those guys would never talk that way to a person they cross in the street (hopefully !) and they need to understand that models really don't like to be considered as sexual objects...

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Outof4mmo Dec 14, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Agreed, there is no excuse for disrespect. Models are in a vulnerable position, in a way. It's
the basic common sense to respect that vulnerability and protect it. 
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