#AskEden - Pictures of Clamps in use in a review?

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#AskEden - Pictures of Clamps in use in a review?

junipersgame junipersgame
I'm working on a review for the bull nose nipple clamps. As someone with nipple piercings, I am always curious to know how clamps work with/around piercings. I'd like to include pictures of the clamps on my nipples, showing how they interact with the piercings. Are photos of naked breasts allowed in reviews?

Similarly, I recently purchased a clitoral clamp and would like to review it. I also have a clitoral piercing and, as I said before, one of my primary questions when buying clamps is the compatibility with piercings. I'd like to include a picture of how the clamp fits around/behind the jewelry. Are pictures of the clamp on my clitoris allowed?

Thanks!
08/08/2012
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Ansley Ansley
You can if you host the review on your blog. Pictures of clits and nipps on-site is against the terms of service and expectations of conduct.
08/08/2012
junipersgame junipersgame
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Originally posted by Ansley
You can if you host the review on your blog. Pictures of clits and nipps on-site is against the terms of service and expectations of conduct.
Thank you!
08/08/2012
Kayla Kayla
As a note, it'd be awesome if you just include a warning on your on-site text portion about how the review contains nudity. Some people dislike seeing nudity when they click-through to reviews, so it'd help those who may be browsing somewhere they "shouldn't" be where there might be other people around.
08/08/2012
Beck Beck
Quote:
Originally posted by Kayla
As a note, it'd be awesome if you just include a warning on your on-site text portion about how the review contains nudity. Some people dislike seeing nudity when they click-through to reviews, so it'd help those who may be browsing somewhere ...
Yes! This is very true. Some people are at work, so they need to know if they are going to see nudity. I'd put a small disclaimer saying it's not safe for work and it's for adult eyes only.
08/09/2012
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