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question about picture being used for EPQ presentation watch

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    This question is a little strange, but I didn't know where else to ask it... I'm currently preparing my EPQ presentation, and for part of it I'm creating a video. For my epq, I rehabilitated my traumatised dog agressive dog, and I'm using some before and after images... One of my favourite images which I really want to use picture the dog lying upside down, but his penis is quite noticeable... I'm wondering if that would need to be sensored... sorry If this is a strange question but any advice appreciated!
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    I doubt it since dogs are basically always naked. Same for other animals. (In photos and in public.)

    Now if it is totally erect or whatever then maybe some may find it inappropriate.
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    (Original post by monkeyman0121)
    I doubt it since dogs are basically always naked. Same for other animals. (In photos and in public.)

    Now if it is totally erect or whatever then maybe some may find it inappropriate.
    nope it's not erect, it's just very prominent for want of a better word.

    Thanks hopefully it should be fine then!
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    nope it's not erect, it's just very prominent for want of a better word.

    Thanks hopefully it should be fine then!
    If you get a comment on it at all just say why are you sexualising stuff. It is just a dog on it's back, it is not my fault if you instantly stare at the dog's privates and think of it as inappropriate, it is natural.
 
 
 
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