Including pictures of humans in reviews?

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Including pictures of humans in reviews?

Nyx (Under the Covers) Nyx (Under the Covers)
I am in the middle of writing a review for a ball gag (the Sex Kitten Ball Gag) and want to include pictures, since this is a new product. (I am also a relatively new reviewer, so haven't included pictures in a review yet.)

I looked around at reviews of the other ball gags and found that none of them seemed to include photos of the ball gag in use, or actually in someone's mouth. I actually think that seeing such an image could be useful in making a decision to purchase a product, so was wondering if that is just a quirk of the reviews that have been done, or if I am missing something about photo policies? There would be no nudity involved (I am aware of the no nudity policy), just an up-close shot of the ball gag in a mouth.

Any advice/instruction would be greatly appreciated! I will likely finish writing the review within the next half hour (hopefully before Hurricane Sandy knocks out my power), so want to know whether I should include the photo, not include the photo, or hold off on posting.

Thanks!
10/29/2012
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Ansley Ansley
Hey there! This is a great question. Those photos are perfectly okay to post; you probably aren't seeing them because a fair amount of our reviewers aren't comfortable with showing their face. If you are, that's great! I'm sure it would help earn a following and set your reviews apart.
10/29/2012
Nyx (Under the Covers) Nyx (Under the Covers)
Thank you! I won't be including my full face in the photo for that same confidentiality concern, but see no issue with including a partial shot if it will help people get a better sense of the product
10/29/2012
Ansley Ansley
Quote:
Originally posted by Nyx (Under the Covers)
Thank you! I won't be including my full face in the photo for that same confidentiality concern, but see no issue with including a partial shot if it will help people get a better sense of the product
That's fantastic! Hopefully, it'll encourage others to do the same. Just let me know if you have any other questions, I'm more than happy to help!
10/29/2012
js250 js250
That is a wonderful and highly helpful idea!!! I wear a half mask when I am on the net or taking face pics.....that way there is no identifying me if anything happens to get my whole face in the camera....

You can add pics to your reviews, but no nipples, crotch, unclothed butt or illegal activities. Tasteful pics of the items are welcomed by members!!!
10/29/2012
G&L G&L
Pictures always seem really helpful to me. Like others have said, its probably because the gag would involve showing part of the face.
10/29/2012
Nyx (Under the Covers) Nyx (Under the Covers)
Thanks all! I wound up including one pic with only the lower part of my face (I actually was wearing a half-mask for all the photos I took, but it doesn't even show in the picture I liked best).

I just submitted my review to be edited, so hopefully it will be up relatively soon!
10/29/2012
Kenneth Fort Kenneth Fort
Quote:
Originally posted by Nyx (Under the Covers)
I am in the middle of writing a review for a ball gag (the Sex Kitten Ball Gag) and want to include pictures, since this is a new product. (I am also a relatively new reviewer, so haven't included pictures in a review yet.)

I looked around ...
Yeah, you can include them. It's better, actually.
11/02/2012
roskat roskat
These kind of pics are helpful because they show the scale of the product better.
11/02/2012
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