So the other day I overheard a conversation between two women (both married and with children) who were discussing something about Facebook. I was eavesdropping a bit because I was curious what they were talking about.
It turns out they were discussing how one of the women was appalled because a nude picture had been submitted into a black and white photo contest on Facebook and how upon seeing the picture they'd quickly had it reported and banned. The picture had been of an attractive woman, covering her breasts and sitting in a way so that nothing was showing, as she looked towards the camera. They were talking about how it had been sexual because she was attractive, how they were worried children on Facebook might see the picture, and how nude photography isn't art, it's porn.
They then proceeded to say how they were upset that their friend's picture of her nude and breastfeeding her nude child had been reported because it was viewed as sexual, too. They said that because it's of a sensual moment between a mother and a child, natural, and non-sexual that it shouldn't be reported.
What are your thought on this matter?
I'm kind of just curious if I'm the only person who highly disagrees with this.... I'm also a little irritated that their biggest concern was "children on Facebook might see this" when children are not supposed to be on Facebook.