Non-Nude Photography, or Pornography as it's labeled by critics as; is a growing fad among the mainstream public. Fueled by the advent of such publications like Maxim and FHM, and with the ever-growing popularity of web communities targeted towards teens and females.
Typical NNP content is usually classified as an image meant to arouse the viewer with the illusion of nudity, or highly sexually provocative scenes without the actual showing of nudity. While a large number of people view this as no actual problem since the models, regardless of age, are typically consenting to pose, and do so in a non-exploitive way. Others feel that the images serve the same purpose as any other general form of pornography, and note that girls under the age of consent are still being exploited by the viewer(s).
While the more obvious origins of this trend can be seen at places such as MySpace, LiveJournal, or various other blogging/chat sites, the proliferation of Non-Nude Modeling sites has grown throughout the years. While some fans of the site are of the age of the models themselves or just candid fans of fashion and/or modeling, a great deal of members are also alleged fans of exploitive child-modeling. This has caused an uproar with many individuals in classifying this practice as child pornography.
So my question to you is; if you get a boner from this picture, are you a pedo?