Hi! I was looking through the Portfolio pages over at photo.net and was surprised to see a thumbnail of a woman... eh, fondling... her vagina. I thought, "I'm not seeing right", and clicked on the thumbnail. I was very surprised to see a photographer's portfolio filled with what could only be described as porn. A woman, fully naked, in classic porn poses, sometimes touching herself, some times not, was pictured on dozens of shots. Some of the shots were more artistic, with pictues projected on her body etc. A while later I clicked on the "Gallery main page", and was greeted by a shot by John Running, featuring a woman holding a book in front of her face, and spreading her legs wide to reveal her shaved vagina in all it's splendor. That is two times I was presented pictures of graphic or pornographic nudity, without asking for it. I was not actively looking for nudity, the pictures were on "standard" pages. Now, I'm not in any way a antagonist of nudity or even pornography, but I like to have a choice. I found it very surpising that such graphic nudity was presented without any type of warning. I was also suprised to see that so many borderline pornographic pictures were allowed space at pn. I'm not against it, but it might be nice to lable it, so that I don't see that kind of stuff if I'm not actively looking to. Has anyone here seen such imagery on a "serious" site? Reactions?