depression comix illustration #6 [nsfw]

The following image is NSFW. Please click on Show to see the entire image. (Don’t worry, it’s only a little bit of artistic nudity, nothing to be afraid of)

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This picture used to be on the depression comix site but I took it off as probably being the main culprit of depression comix being labelled as “pornography” by Google AdSense. It needed a home so here it is as the first truly NSFW image on claycomix.com (believe it or not).

This is basically a redo of the last panel of depression comix #109. There isn’t much to say about it besides the nakedness, which I thought made her seem more vulnerable. It will be the last time for any kind of artistic nudity on depcom, for better or worse.

 

 

 

6 comments

    For worse for sure, because nudity != porn, but rather honesty and purity - something that is needed for curing. Stupid "pornphobiac" people.

    Ginger | 4 years ago Reply

      I reapplied to AdSense today. The only thing different is that this picture is no longer on the site. I wonder what they will say now, if it really was the one pic that made the decision that depcom is "pornographic".

      clay | 4 years ago Reply

    I think the censored version is better. The nudity in this case, no matter how pretty it is, is a kind of a red herring and may divert the attention from the real issue.

    kaplanyaron | 4 years ago Reply

      One boob? Really?!

      Usagi | 4 years ago Reply

        I'm thinking that it wasn't the actual pic, but rather the tag "nsfw" on that pic automatically flagged the site as pornographic. I don't know for sure, I'll find out what Google Adsense says after they process my site a second time.

        clay | 4 years ago Reply

    Update: In the end, after removing this image I reapplied to AdSense and I got accepted. So it WAS this image after all.

    clay | 4 years ago Reply

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