I am curious about what members think of using a warning in a thread title when nudity is involved.
Firstly, as we have people under 16 as members on AP, we have a reasonably strict rule regarding the posting of nudity:
 Because our members are of a wide age range we have to take this into consideration regarding this topic. We will allow tasteful, mature, artistic nude photography, as long as no genitalia is visible, and the poses are not sexually suggestive. No full frontal below the belt shots. All nude photos will be heavily moderated and will be removed by a staff member if we feel it is inappropriate. The moderator's decision is final and we will not enter into discussion on the matter. Most importantly, the model in the photo must be over the age of 18 and has given consent to both the photo being taken and the image posted on a public forum. Photographs that depict, or appear to depict illegal activity, are not allowed on the site.
Considering any photo with nudity on AP, is not going to show genitalia, should we be using a phrase in thread titles to signify the nudity content.
Some members put NSFW (Not Safe For Work) in their title, others I have seen state 'Warning : Nudity" or similar.
Note that the mods and I are not going to start enforcing some requirement that nudity threads contain as such in the thread title, but we want to know what members thing. Is having NSFW or NUDITY in the title used to convey the correct message and inform people of the content, so that if they do not want to view it, they can choose not to open the thread. Or is it encouraging to those who want to 'perve' for want of a better word, and thus lead those threads to be less about critique and more about 'nice arse' type replies.
It is a bit of a balancing act from site management side of things, we want to encourage members who shoot in that genre to join in, but we don't want to see others getting into trouble in their workplace for having a topless lady on display from their monitor (some people are very easily offended at work). Also, a 15 year old male AP member is probably more likely to look at at a thread simply cause it has the word 'nudity' in the title (boys will be boys).
So all I am after here, is just some members views on how we should approach this, knowing there is no real solution.
At one time, we did discuss having a nudity forum, which would be password locked and only available to those members who requested access, and who were adults, with the forum being heavily moderated to ensure any photo or comments did not breach legislative boundaries. We decided against it at the time, as there are plenty of other sites on the net already catering to that genre, and management of it might become onerous. It also went against the AP philosophy of giving ALL members the same level of access to the site.
So please feel free to discuss the use of NSFW or NUDITY etc in thread titles here. Please respect other members views and discuss the issues and not get into berating or attacking another member for their view.