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NSFW on Your Friends Page 
19th-Mar-2011 05:04 pm

Do you ever post pictures in your journal or in a livejournal community that some might consider "not safe for work"?

Yes, but I put them behind a cut
Yes, and I don't put them behind a cut
Something else (what?)

Suppose that someone on your F list posts a picture that you consider not safe for work. How do you react? (Select all that apply).

I don't do anything, it's no big deal.
I comment and ask him or her to put the picture behind a cut.
I unfriend him or her
I unfriend the person if they don't put the picture behind the cut
I don't do anything, but I'm not very happy about it.
Something else (what?)

Do you ever read your LiveJournal friends' page at work in circumstances where your co-workers can see what is on your computer monitor?

I read my LJ friends page at work, but not where others can see it
No, I don't check my LJ friends page at work
Something else (what?)
20th-Mar-2011 12:08 am (UTC)
- Something else

I work for myself, I am an adult, and I know how to use the "scroll" button

So what is the BIG deal?!?!?!
20th-Mar-2011 04:05 am (UTC)
Yeah, what you said...
I also work for myself.
If I am home and my kids are still up, I might skip it and come back later... but otherwise... I really don't care.
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20th-Mar-2011 01:05 am (UTC)
20th-Mar-2011 12:23 am (UTC)
What's NSFW to one person may be fine for another, but if something uncut has potentially universally triggery content, I might ask the OP to put it under a cut but not go any further than that.

I check my Friends page while at work but always on my mobile phone, never on the workstations because they log activity on those.
20th-Mar-2011 12:27 am (UTC) - NSFW
I'd gently comment to them that the pic/post could/would come back to haunt them. Bosses in my field are judgemental assholes. If the friend didn't take my hint and their stuff ended up on my wall, I'd immediately delete it off my wall, send them an in-your-face private msg, then unfriend/block them only for self preservation. I believe in total freedom of speech, but don't do things like that to a so-called friends' wall/page. We might eventually reconcile via private email, idk.
20th-Mar-2011 12:36 am (UTC) - Something Else
I once put a topless baby belly picture on my LJ. But it was highly filtered and under a cut.

I work at home, so it's not an issue for me, but I honestly don't want to see anyone naked, see any mangled bodies, see any body parts or see any porn. It's not my bag, baby.

I can handle the big, stupid fairy-fantasy stuff. Scroll is my fran. :)
20th-Mar-2011 12:37 am (UTC)
I post NSFW pics sometimes but they are both behind a cut AND on a filter that people have to opt into. And I give warning on the post before they click the cut.
20th-Mar-2011 12:37 am (UTC)
I would think that seeing something NSFW on my friends page while at work would be irrelevant because LJ isn't work-related. Being caught looking at LJ would be bad no matter what was on the screen at that moment.

Edited at 2011-03-20 12:38 am (UTC)
20th-Mar-2011 12:40 am (UTC)
As Im retired, I looked on the question in a slightly different way. When we say "NSFW" we tend to mean pics of a sexual nature/nudity. I have absolutely no trouble with that in itself.
20th-Mar-2011 01:04 am (UTC)
I don't work . . . er . . . at some place that could be called "work".
20th-Mar-2011 01:08 am (UTC)
lol, like my workplace has computers not only that I can access but that access the internet.
20th-Mar-2011 02:13 am (UTC)
It depends on which LJ. I have a vanilla one and a NSFW one.
20th-Mar-2011 04:05 am (UTC)
When full time employed, I teach persons below *any* legal age of consent. I dis-installed my habit of checking Livejournal during work hours due to the prevalence of even LJ icons whose, um, tastefulness embarrassed me in that situation.
20th-Mar-2011 12:34 pm (UTC)
Image placeholders ftw! B)
20th-Mar-2011 02:38 pm (UTC)
I don't unfriend for openly posting NSFW pics, but i have taken friends off my Default View for it. It's not that the content bothers me: If it did we would not be friends. It's because i don't need to get fired for it! A NSFW cut is both common sense and common courtesy.
20th-Mar-2011 07:15 pm (UTC)
Both posting of NSFW pictures without a cut and browsing LJ at work seem completely absurd to me.
8th-Apr-2011 04:05 am (UTC)
I completely agree, especially with the latter.
20th-Mar-2011 08:00 pm (UTC)
I work from home, so the whole 'work' issue isn't a big deal for me. Still, there are times where I'd rather not see NSFW images on my friends list... If someone posted one without a cut it would bug me, but I wouldn't do anything about it, I'd just scroll on past. However, if it happened frequently then I'd just move them to my NSFW filter. While it's not a huge deal, honestly it just seems like common courtesy to stick NSFW and other large images under a cut.
20th-Mar-2011 10:08 pm (UTC)
i think LJ is blocked at work.
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