Nice to see actual anatomy up instead of a drawing.
You would rather your (hypothetical) 5 year old kid looking at someone spreading their snatch than an image that at least makes some minute effort to de-sexualize the image?
So when are they just going to start showing **** in ***-ed?
(oh and the "LMFAO" was meant to be ironic..morans) Edited, Nov 29th 2011 5:43pm by Kelvyquayo
Well my hypothetical 5 year old would not be going to wikipedia in the first place due to the average intellectual level of a 5 year old. However, if my 5 year old was smart enough to understand what that article said then I wouldn't give a rats bottom that he/she was looking at someone's real ******. Besdies the ****** in the image is cleaning shaven and the model is not fornicating so I really don't see the issue with the image to begin with.
You seem to be hitting your slippery slope there awfully hard. with the **** question though. It is important to show actual anatomy to a mature audience and not an immature one. Which side are you on there Kelvy? The one that thinks an article about a ****** should show an actual ****** or one that feels our children need to be sheltered from basic human anatomy in an article concerning said anatomy.