There is, in today’s Daily Mail, a stunning nude photograph of the late Liz Taylor in her younger years.
I downloaded the photo, uploaded it to the Twitter partner yfrog and tweeted it with the words ‘Gorgeous photo of Liz Taylor in today’s Daily Fail, but is it art or is it soft porn? http://yfrog.com/h3p3kvv‘
As you can see, when you click on the yfrog link you get a message ‘This photo has been removed’.
But not by me – by yfrog.
I’ve checked yfrog’s website and it says they will remove pornographic images.
So there we have it; the question is answered.
Except, of course, yfrog is an American outfit and despite the US Constitution that guarantees things like a free press and free speech, Americans are notoriously puritanical when it comes to the human body.
Puritanical, it would appear, to the point of censoring; censoring me and The Daily Mail, a national British newspaper.
There’s a whole tin of worms.
Anyway, that pic of Liz Taylor?
Let’s see them censor this:
My question stands.
Art, or soft porn?
Not withstanding the somewhat prehistoric views of yfrog, obv.