In our recent Nitda Cee post, the issue arose of models being misled into doing (semi-)nudity, through such techniques as using light clothing that becomes see-through with a flash, or simply telling a model nude photos won’t be published when they actually are. I might have been inclined to dismiss such complaints as simply naïvety on the part of the model, except for the fact that I’ve received so many of them over the years I’ve been running Asian Sirens, often resulting in me taking posts down at the model’s request. So I thought I’d do a post inviting people to post their own experiences in this matter – I strongly encourage photographers to post their own perspective too. And what do our readers think? Is this unfair to the model, or in this era of ‘implied nudity’, are such techniques fair game to give the public what we want?I should stress that the opinions expressed in these comments are not necessarily those of Asian Sirens, and we accept no responsibility for them. If you disagree with a comment here, you can post a rebuttal.
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