It's funny that porn producers have the reputation of being outsiders, rebels to mainstream media, because there is nothing new or rebellious about them. There are scores of long-standing outlets for pornography, including several well-known adult TV channels, a thriving global porn video industry, not to mention the internet where an estimated 60% of all traffic is porn related. In spite of their supposedly strict content guidelines, a quick search of YouTube reveals thousands of x-rated videos, many featuring total nudity and even intercourse. Meanwhile, many of Body in Mind's videos, which feature no explicit sex or nudity at all, are regularly removed for 'inappropriate content'. It's not much of a jump to realize that the problem YouTube has with our videos is not sex, or nudity, but beauty. Our videos are clearly more beautiful than anything else on YouTube. In fact, there is almost no real beauty allowed anywhere in adult media. This makes the producers of beauty the real rebels.