"Your account 'Homemade Hilarity' on entrecard.com has been warned. The administrator provided the following message:
Please be aware that nudity on your blog is against the TOS - please remove the images - thanks.
Please contact email@example.com if you have any questions regarding this warning.
PLEASE NOTE: You are expected to resolve this issue promptly. Failure to do so will result in the removal of your Entrecard account.
Please include the following:
User ID: 39883"
So, after chewing it over for a while, this was my response:
"I think it is clear that I do not have any nudity on my blog. Especially not any pornographic images. My website pokes fun of bad art and misguided crafts, and what it does not do is post gratuitous images of nudity for people to get aroused by. I feel there is a massive and inherent difference between a painted depiction of the human form, especially when it is laughable, and pictures that are simply lewd and mature. I am not a porn peddler, and I must admit, I am extremely offended by your threat and your insinuation. I will not be taking down any aspect of my writing, as I have done nothing wrong, and I am very miffed that you feel you can dictate to me what I can, and can't, write about in the world of art. Would you censor Reuben or Matisse because of their affinity for the naked female form? Certainly not. So, as an art critic, I should not be made to feel that I am doing something smutty and undignified by simply sharing these (pg-13 at the very worst) art pieces and writing about them. Shame on you.
User ID: 39883"
Feel free to add to this discussion in the comments here, or alternatively, you can email Entrecard at firstname.lastname@example.org and let them know what you think about this decision (just make sure to quote my User ID: 39883).
I'll be back with funny pictures later on today, I promise.