I totally agree. And I just hope she don't make herself look or sound bitchy. someone like her should be aware and ready for this the moment she entered this kind of career.
We are not perverts here, we just know and have a good taste which appreciates the beauty and art.
Actually, we are all perverts here
Apparently, that fact is something that she either isn't aware of (doubt it) or is aware of it but being hypocritical of the matter (from the way she responded). The thing is, she was compensated for the said pictorial, and she agreed to the terms that "such and such" would be the pictorial's theme...would she have said the things she posted in this forum if, say, we pay her for the pictures we posted here for double the amount that she was paid by the photographer? That's almost tantamount to biting the hand that feeds her.
And to Janarah, on behalf of every living person here, let me just say that this was, I presume, a professional shoot and not something that was done half-assed at some rundown motel with a case of beer and heroine on the table and a song of Usher playing in the background. You consented, agreed to the shoot, and got paid. The lens of the camera is just a window to the possible millions of men and even women who MIGHT get a glimpse of your pictures, whether you are dressed or not. It just so happens that we got a view of your pictures in that said manner...it's not like you have been molested or anything. You're a grown-up, I hope, so be practical about this matter and just live with it and move on. You can't control what other people will do with whatever it is that you "own", whether it concerns your pictures or your favorite teddy bear, just as much as people can't control what you want to say to others, as exasperated as you claim to be.
Those are just pictures. If anything, it's like saying to everybody that it is something that they cannot have except fantasize about. I'm not going to tell you to be glad about it, but I'm not going to stand by the sideline either when you do all these and make us believe that you're oblivious to what is really going on out there. Again, just a word (or three) of advice: just move on.