Here's a message that needs to get out to the public: If you're going to pose naked for your significant other, make sure it's only for charcoal on paper or paint on a canvas. Have we not learned that any digital pics of us naked will inevitably end up online? And even if your ex-significant other isn't an ass, someone will happen upon the pics.
I'm convinced that everyone will have naked pics of themselves online eventually. You read about hidden cameras all the time now. There are hidden cameras in subways and high school locker rooms, not to mention plain old shots taken with camera phones that end up on websites devoted tocandid butt shots.
Privacy is now a thing of the past. And since it's a thing of the past, I now live every moment of my waking life assuming I'm on camera. Before I enter a bathroom stall in a public setting, I apply lipstick and coif my hair. You never know.
If I need to try an outfit on at a department store, I make sure I'm wearing the right kind of underwear; if not, I won't even try it on.
At home I'm a little more lax, though still on guard. If I just get out of the shower and have to get clothes from my room, I may risk 10 feet of nakedness, but I make sure to sprint and spin around so if there are any cameras around, the pictures will be blurry. Gone are the days of sitting in front of the TV watching "She's the Sherrif" in my birthday suit.
We live in a different world now, and it's time people woke up to that fact. Consider yourselves warned.