Peter

I was told that risque art and risque photos must be posted to closed groups and not be posted for all to see.  Is this true?  Are there any other undocumented rules for what can be posted to everyone (like shirtless males-often seen this way in swim suits and shirtless females) or do we just post stuff and see if it's removed?

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Admin
#1

Yes All nudity must be posted in a close group so it doesn’t show up on the public newsfeed. Besides that you can do whatever you want but keep in mind I live in the USA and have to follow all laws. This isn’t the darkweb. 

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Peter
#2

In my FORUM questions I refer to more than just nudity as I also mention "shirtless males and females".  I have a feeling that you are not referring to nudity in famous artwork like the "statue David" or a female nude by one of the masters also ancient nudists depicted in art.

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Admin
#3

Yeah famous artwork is totally fine 

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Peter
#4

So far it sounds like what is allowed here as far as posting is just a little more restrictive than what is seen on American television (males covered with a small swim suit and females covering top and bottom).  All artwork is allowed by American law (even artwork depicting illegal acts) as ruled by the US Supreme Court.  Is this correct that you are slightly more retrictive than US law (maybe similar to what I would see in a Babtist church)?

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#5

How am I being more restrictive then USA law? Because I don’t want the public newsfeed to be full of dick pics? 

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Peter
#6

You said you allow the statue of David and that is an old dick pic to put it in your terms.

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Duffnering
#7

Why are we having this conversation again? It was decided to allow nudity only in closed or secret groups. I believe Admin has been very accomodating and I support his decission.

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Peter
#8

All my questions were not answered for me.  Personally I felt Sharfly had contradictory messages that I wanted to understand.  I know Sharfly does not go for risque artwork unless the artwork is known worldwide like the statue of David.  I asked a question about shirtless males (like those seen swimming) and shirtless females (which like a Babtist church requires a top and bottom swimming suit) need to be seen in public and I never got an answer.  It annoys me that all kinds of risque artwork and even porn artwork may be posted on Facebook in public yet in Sharly you need a closed group for such non-famous artwork.  Are photos of people's backsides including their butts permitted in public in Sharfly (permitted in Facebook just no anus or genitles in the photo) or do these photos have to be put a closed group on Sharfly?  Is it only photos (artwork or real) of full nude frontals with genitles not allowed outside a closed group in Sharfly?  I understand the admin is concerned about nude spam and is not concerned about political spam; there could be food spam too. 

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Duffnering
#9

Why are you using Jason Hardy's mewe profile pic as your own?

I have been the victim of farcebooks 30-day bans more times than I can remember for photos of women that were fully clothed, women's bare butt cheeks, images I shared from other pages, and for political statements. So your statement about what they allow is not accurate. You never know when they will ban you, nor for what reason. You just haven't been caught yet.

The admin's position is simple. If it involves nudity, use a closed/secret group. It doesn't matter how many example questions you give, nor how you combine them into one question. I would use a closed/secret group for such photos. Problem solved.

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Peter
#10

Facebook does not ban for any of the artwork that I have seen and much of it is porn to me.  I ask questions to get understanding as nudity means different things to different people and is situational in many cases.  To some people to be seen in underwear is to be seen nude even though that sight is even seen on US television and to be a shirtless male is nude to others even though that is a common sight for anyone swimming in public.  Old artistic nudes that are world famous are OK to the admin but not less famous art.  I personally define nudity as full frontal unclothed genitles exposed and/or anus exposed.  Backside unclothed views not exposing either genitles nor anus or any artwork regardless of the artworks fame or depiction is not nudity.  Anyway once I heard some artwork was removed for nudity then I knew my definition of nudity did not apply here so I asked for clarification to gain understanding.

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