At least in this town the main social media photos and paying work for models are nearly to fully nude.
People see what they want to see.
The thing about that sort of art is that if it disappeared tomorrow, it would only be noticed by a scant few.
After Playboy shifted to non-nude issues, newsstand sales jumped 28 percent.
It is safe to say that Diane Arbus, Larry Clark, Robert Mapplethorpe and Nan Goldin's sexually charged photographs have all been a huge influence on the course of contemporary art photography and each has rightfully earned their place in art history as important and talented original artists.
I agree with everything else you wrote.
It is offensive to tell another artist that they would have a nice photo only if they removed something tiny tyler porn was a key element of the concept.
Both are considered landmark works in art history today.