Sometimes being in the business of nude photography is an exercise in illogic. Recently we had some dealings with a certain payment processor, who objected to our site because, in a brief review, they found the name of some famous models. Without checking with us they assumed we were using celebrity names in that shameless way some of the seedier porn sites do. They also complained about questionable marketing tactics because we used the word 'r*pe' in an editorial about the causes of female abuse. They assumed that we were espousing violence in porn like some illegal website. Of course, nothing could be further from the truth, but their "policies" red flagged us without so much as one human intelligence actually taking the time to read the site and find out what we were about.
Their issue, then, seems to be this: don't try to mix female beauty and ideas. It's like they are saying "Porn we understand. Porn we approve of, and are happy to make our living skimming off of it. Nasty, even disgusting, in-your-face porn is completely fine, but once you start actually talking about nude women, all bets are off. There can be no good reason to mix beautiful nude photography and ideas." They can't seem to even imagine a site for moral, intelligent men who like to discuss ideas as much as they like nude women. It is so foreign an idea to them that they seem like one of those alien computers in Star Trek who, faced with Kirk's impeccable logic, simply self-destruct in a shower of sparks and blinking lights, wailing 'does not compute'.
Beauty and ideas do belong together. Body in Mind is founded on that principle. Social commentary is not diminished by appearing alongside beautiful nude women, it is enhanced by it. To believe anything else is to engage in the worst kind of fuzzy logic.