I have been perfectly content with my flickr feed, which permits me a bit more latitude in regard to sexual content. For, well, so I am! And I was struggling with a way to put that, while I pick and choose what is appropriate for this place and what is not, and then I realized that I had already done it.
I loathe censoring myself.
That's one of the reasons I love adult areas such as Darkadia - I can set my own limits and those limits may vary according to my mood and intentions. Moreover, the culture of Darkadia (culture is always more important than rules) is that a sexual display does not automatically mean that I consent to having sex, or that I am demanding to have sex. I may well be talking about art, or politics; even some of my odder interests; steam technology, US Civil War history, childhood psychology and the significance of early play-styles regarding gender identity and sexual orientation. In other words, that I can be a rich, complex and surprising person as well as an haute-fetiche cartoon.
But being an haute-fetiche character is inexpressibly fun! If you don't quite understand why - rent a documentary film focusing upon the Tango. Or just watch Dancing with the Stars. It is "A vertical expression of an horizontal intention," as any dancer will tell you.
And yet, a dancer - who's sexuality is made explicit by both training and art - is socially acceptable while I am not? I find that hilarious and I find confronting that mental blind spot in others to be a personally amusing service to humanity and personal growth.
People who can't be real while looking at me bore me, and those who can't assemble a look like this, unable to see that my exposed groin is part of an whole; a verb in a long paragraph - well, they know little of art or life and should revisit the Vatican's art troves via the web.
But there's a time and a place for everything, and if I look at DA as a place to display my finished artworks, it's hardly likely to come up. I rarely make outright pornography that would work as a stand-alone artwork, and mostly those stay in Second Life.