For United States Consumers
“18 U.S.C. 2257 Record-Keeping Requirements Compliance Statement”
FOR UNITED STATES CONSUMERS
§2257 Exemption Statement
All models depicted on this Website were 18 or older when the images were created.
Exemption Statement: All visual depictions displayed on this Website are exempt from the provisions of 18 U.S.C. §2257, 2257A, and/or 28 C.F.R. 75 because said they do not portray conduct as specifically listed in 18 U.S.C §2256 (2) (A) through (D), as amended, or 2257A(a)(1), but are merely depictions of non-sexually explicit nudity, or are depictions involving display of the genitals or pubic area created prior to July 27, 2006, or are otherwise exempt because the visual depictions were created prior to July 3, 1995.
Questions or comments regarding this disclosure should be addressed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Because of the graphic nature of certain images on this web site, parents are cautioned, and minors under the age of 18 are prohibited from accessing these pages.
Content on this web site features consensual adult activities only. We do not display material from underage persons or content that appears to be non-consensual or violent.
The content of this web site is for informational and curiosity purposes. It is not intended to be sexual or offensive, although may be construed in this manner by some persons. This content is not intended to be accessible from locations where such material may violate local, state, federal, or international law.
The Miller v. California test for obscenity does not apply to this web site because this web site is not intended to appeal to a prurient interest and depicts no sexual conduct.
This web site operates outside of the United States of America but is protected by the 14th Amendment when accessed under United States jurisdiction. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that people have the right to privacy and the right to view "obscene" materials in the privacy of their own homes. Stanley v. Georgia allows private possession of "obscene" materials in one's own home and allows individuals the right to receive information and ideas regardless of their social worth.