Guys With Nude Pictures and/or Sex photos/videos on the Internet

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    Aug 04, 2014 9:54 PM GMT
    This is a genuine question from a guy that is still coming out. I am surprised with the number of guys I see with nude pictures / sex photos / videos on the Internet.

    Are they not concerned about an employer seeing them?

    Were they too drunk/high when they were taken to know what they were doing?

    Are they so confident with their self-image / bodies that they are proud of who they are?

    Is the body something NOT to be ashamed of (as in my generation)?


    I'd like to hear your thoughts, especially from you guys who have pictures/videos on the 'net.

  • Apparition

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    Aug 04, 2014 11:04 PM GMT
    if your boss is browsing gay porn sites...exactly what is he going to say to you? He is either gay and it wont matter, or straight and you now have way more on him than he has on you.
    Plus most people I am guessing their boss couldn't even remember their name in half the cases let alone worry about seeing his cock. Picture the conversation:

    boss: So I saw your hard cock on real jock last night
    you: does your wife know you jerk off to gay porn of your employees?
    boss: so about that raise I am going to give you...
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    Aug 04, 2014 11:20 PM GMT
    I should have said...

    I work in US public education. I can only imagine if a student found a picture of a teacher or administrator with their cock out, fucking a hot guy, or...

    Perhaps a parent would bring this to staff attention...

    What would the Board of Education say as they were terminating the employee for "moral turpitude" under California law?

    Personally, I truly don't care, but I'm just wondering how it would play out?
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    Aug 04, 2014 11:45 PM GMT
    I think it's a very dumb thing to do. Tumblr is full of nudes from this site icon_lol.gif I've been dissapointed a lot.
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    Aug 05, 2014 1:03 AM GMT
    I'm about exactly your age and I don't get it either. A nude photo of me has never even been taken. Not that I haven't taken a few underwear shots because at 50 why the hell not. But when I'm 90 I'm not going to need a reminder of how I looked naked, and anyone else who's seen it that'd still be alive wouldn't need one either. Though this could explain my one MOTD win in six years...
  • Apparition

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    Aug 05, 2014 3:19 AM GMT
    You would claim it was a hidden cam and sue the school board and retire early.
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    Aug 05, 2014 4:54 AM GMT
    I don't get it either. There's even a web site where people can post their nude photos showing their face too. icon_eek.gif I don't remember what that web site is called any more.
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    Aug 05, 2014 5:06 AM GMT
    polfsky saidI don't get it either. There's even a web site where people can post their nude photos showing their face too. icon_eek.gif I don't remember what that web site is called any more.

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    Aug 05, 2014 5:22 AM GMT
    I don't work in public education but rather a private company so if I were in the situation where my boss would see a naked picture of me like the guy above said he is either gay and will most likely try and get closer to me/ not care or he is straight/ curious and I could always threaten to tell his gf/wife.
  • Webster666

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    Aug 05, 2014 5:29 AM GMT
    I'm not in favor of censorship.
    However, it's a fact that some prudish employers hold such personal displays against their employees, so, depending on where you work, you probably would have to be a little careful. Teachers, I would think, would have to be especially careful, because parents seem to hold them to more conservative standards.
  • sportsjockla

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    Aug 05, 2014 7:28 PM GMT
    I have ZERO Nudes on the internet or even on my computer. If someone wants to see me nude, I only do it in person. I really don't care to see cock or butt pics. I'd rather see a nice face or body.
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    Aug 05, 2014 7:36 PM GMT
    "Is the body something NOT to be ashamed of (as in my generation)?"

    This one is the easiest of all of your questions to answer. NO, the body IS NOT something to be ashamed of! This seems to be largely an American problem that is so hypocritical given the many other things American society seems to permit in the media.

    I grew up in Australia where full-frontal nudity has been on regular free-to-air television since the 70s. Naked female breasts have been on every beach since I was a kid (and I'm almost 50).

    There is nothing inherently shameful about nudity. Showing yourself bent over with your ass-cheeks spread wide for the world to see is another subject all together. icon_smile.gif

    As for myself, I make efforts to not show my face in any naked pics I have. But also, working for a private company, my attitude is that whatever I do on my own time is no business of my employer -- unless I was posting naked pics on THEIR website.
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    Aug 05, 2014 7:43 PM GMT
    I'm guessing I'm your age approximately (58 here).

    I'm Gay and I work in a Gar bar. I'm not ashamed of my body in the least. It's truth in advertising, like it or not.

    I open pics to people I'm OK with.
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    Aug 05, 2014 7:46 PM GMT
    I agree. I wonder how can some of these guys do that on video. Even all the amateur guys that are on sites like xtube. I wonder if they have just lost all contact with their families, and have no care about employment issues. f
    As far as porn. I knew one guy. His mother supported his decision.
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    Aug 05, 2014 8:24 PM GMT
    tell it to "Sports Illustrated, Mens Health, Mens Fitness, etc. if you work out and proud then that is your business....if you work at a job that requires you to be careful of nude photos then have some common sense, but over all, get over it, ever been to a wrestling match or a body-building show or a boxing match, or watched track and field, please!!!, they may not be nude, but who cares, take that crap back to Rome and Greece and they will laugh in your face.....Porn is porn, keep your junk to your self, but in the fitness, modeling, art world, your question is really dumb
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    Aug 05, 2014 8:25 PM GMT
    BigDude6ft6 saidIs the body something NOT to be ashamed of (as in my generation)?
    The body is only something to be ashamed of if it's ugly. (sarcasm)

    BTW, in your generation, nobody wore clothes in locker rooms. There were communal showers. Guys commonly wore short shorts.
  • FRE0

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    Aug 05, 2014 8:31 PM GMT
    There should not be a problem as long as the nude photos do not include the face and there is no way to connect the nude photos to a name.

    Some guys earn money by being in X-rated videos in which they can clearly be identified. My concern is that doing that could make it very difficult or impossible to get a good job at a later date. Being a porn actor is not something that most employers would want to see on a resume'.

    Checking the history of porn actors shows that many of them end up destroying their lives with drugs. One of the reasons I will not buy porn is that doing so encourages the actors to destroy themselves.
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    Aug 05, 2014 9:42 PM GMT
    In case you haven't noticed, media glamorizes and endorses nudity all of the time, and we're all humans with very suppressed sexuality; I am not surprised at all that people have nude pictures, i'm surprised by how conditioned and supportive people are about living in a world where all natural, human instincts signify such shock factor among grown adults.

    Everyone should know that almost every single kind of act, including killing, is on the internet. It is somewhat terrifying, but not very shocking.

    And about the porn thing, sex is a very beautiful, but the sex industry and the way the world as a whole views and regards sex, is anything but.
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    Aug 05, 2014 9:47 PM GMT
    TO22 saidIn case you haven't noticed, media glamorizes and endorses nudity all of the time, ...
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    Aug 05, 2014 9:49 PM GMT
    The people who post nudes have their reasons. But they must realize that the adult photos section of their profile is not secure and they shouldn't be surprised if somebody was to right click and Save Photo As... It's not very hard to find parts of the internet where photos of strangers are exchanged freely among massive mailing lists. I don't know how many people would be ok with that if it were to happen to them.

    Then again, most people don't have those kinds of risks in mind when they are on the internet.
  • ai82

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    Aug 05, 2014 9:52 PM GMT
    It's a big deal, but it really isn't. Realistically, how many people on tumblr or xtube have you seen that you recognize. Probably none. So the chance of getting caught and having it affect your greatly is probably low as long as your real name or anything that can identify you isn't in the pic. If you're a celebrity, then it can become a big deal, or if your pic goes viral, it can become a big deal, or if you end up on the front page of some blog, okay.

    But I think it is a generational shift in thinking. People share everything on facebook and instagram, so whats a few nudies. And after Kim K and Paris Hilton sex tapes, Britney Spears crotch shots, and etc. nudity and sex tapes have kind of loss the shock value that they may have had years ago.
  • Kalifornicati...

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    Aug 05, 2014 10:50 PM GMT
    I have no problem with nudity too,the human body can be so beautiful. It's a different story if you're spreading cheeks and shoving something up there, not very tasteful. I would be embarrassed by that if someone saw that. But a dick or butt shot is nothing really. How ever I do find it funny that these young guys are comfortable with pictures but scared to drop the towel and change in the locker room, I just don't care I guess in there. We all have the same bits, just some bigger and smaller.

    Besides everyone has seen my naked at a pool party, so...
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    Aug 05, 2014 11:00 PM GMT
    paulflexes said
    BigDude6ft6 saidIs the body something NOT to be ashamed of (as in my generation)?
    The body is only something to be ashamed of if it's ugly. (sarcasm)

    BTW, in your generation, nobody wore clothes in locker rooms. There were communal showers. Guys commonly wore short shorts.


    ^^This

    Yeah, it wasn't until those damn prudish basketball players started wearing those ugly, baggy long shorts and shaving their heads, guys used to have glorious hair and packages to peruse at games. It was the main reason to go to a basketball game! grin!
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    Aug 05, 2014 11:17 PM GMT
    Lol people where I'm from lose jobs for being gay unless they are a strong asset :s Rainbow lights gets media attention and upsets the neighborhood...

    Soooo yes.

    If I remember correct one teacher got fired for receiving a golden shower in porn :s

    Kids looked him up >icon_mad.gif

    A lot of people do porn even at one time of their life.. Its crazy like eckkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk

    Just eck..

    More interesting is why you ask the question :S :c Answers seem fairly obvious to me :s

    Anyway maybe come out more :s
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    Aug 05, 2014 11:32 PM GMT
    I am OLDER than the OP....employed professionally for a state government agency and Have NO PROBLEM with nudity.
    Not concerned if my employer sees it, and find the odds to be so remote, that I don't have time to even waste on this possibility....really.
    I find it to be a really prudish and tired attitude that shackles the mind.....the body is not shameful.....EVERYONE has a body. Why is the drunk/high question even asked?.....Again.....its a body.....like the other BILLIONS of bodies on the planet. Personal comfort and confidence don't depend on what I am wearing.
    I don't have a beautiful, sculpted body... time, gravity, injuries, surgeries, and bad habits, etc....have all taken their toll, as they do and will on EVERYONE.
    Seriously, nudity has DAMN LITTLE to do with my sexual orientation.....I love men, nude is even better! but not required.icon_cool.gif