Which works are offensive? December 31, 2011 I was told by RB that some of my works are not for office or offensive to some, but I don’t know which they are… Please let me know if some thing I have up is offensive…! Ellen Keagy « Explicit nude positions called… week trip, how can I create wh… » Journal Comments Darlene Lankford Honeycutt over 5 years ago That’s ridiculous, if folks are offended by artistic nudity such as you find in your portfolio, then I hope they never go to the louvre or any other fine art gallery for that matter! What is offensive is the soft porn nudes I’ve seen others post and “hate” related T-Shirts etc…they should worry about those works and not yours! Ellen Keagy over 5 years ago Hi Dee,Well RB wrote me saying I needed to add that saying about not being alright for office viewing. Thanks and I do agree, but unsure what to do… I do appreciate your comment! Virginia McGowan over 5 years ago Can’t see anything at all , just delicate art…maybe they mean to add safe filter? but on what? maybe you have taken somethings off already? Ellen Keagy over 5 years ago I thought I had put the filter on some I felt offensive…hmmm TY! Carmen Holly over 5 years ago I would think it is the few with nudity..that maybe you need to add the safe filter on? Ellen Keagy over 5 years ago Ok ty Carmen! BYRON over 5 years ago welllll, anything with any degree of nudity should have the NSFW Filter applied. Its not a matter of it being offensive, just not appropriate for work, I surf RB all day at work [because I can, ok] – but I would get my self in some serious trouble if my boss saw ANY nudity [photo, painting, drawing] on my desktop computer. Rules are Rules – no pictures of naked people in the workplace. So its not about being offended, not too many people are actually offended, the NSFW [Not Safe For Work] Filter is exactly what it says it is. Also, kids are on this site, and the NSFW filter helps keep their eyes from viewing this work. You don’t need to add any comment about your work not being safe for work, just apply the NSFW Filter to any images of that type. Problem solved! Ellen Keagy over 5 years ago ok and thanks Byron! Darlene Lankford Honeycutt over 5 years ago How to add the NSFW – Edit the work, scroll down and on the right side of the screen you’ll see a box for NSFW, check that and save the work! Ellen Keagy over 5 years ago Ty Dee! Ellen Keagy over 5 years ago Ok, I think I put the filter on correctly………..thanks everyone Ellen Keagy over 5 years ago Just a little comment on the nude photos, I agree….they aren’t Art, or most of them.. Randy Sprout over 5 years ago Did you ever find out which and/or who was offensive? I couldn’t even image! Ellen Keagy over 5 years ago Hi Randy, and nope! Thanks! Ellen Keagy over 5 years ago and I’ve seen so much in photos of explicit poses, but they don’t seem to have problems..