Guys, I have to remind you something:
- Deviantart is NOT a porn site.
Furthermore, the porn may be a legal issue. It's quite funny to see people caring of their work copyright or usage rules (set by the themselves) but completely ignoring general DA Terms of Service and local laws. Not fair and not wise.
- This is NOT because of "censorship" or "prejudices".
So, if you render a child with the cat, it's not deviant, maybe not art, but at least trouble-free; if you render an adult naked DiD, it's "deviant" "art"; if you render pure sex, it's usually too dirty and not artistic at all. If DA had allowed porn, it would be filled by tons of completely non-artistic porn sites images which attract nothing positive but a lot rude comments and heavy traffic. There are enough porn galleries; we don't need another one.
- You should NOT ignore that.
Most good artists put a lot of effort into their accounts. If you thinks it's OK to lose everything at once, looks like you don't respect your own effort and yourself. DA is a community, not just the gallery.
Moreover, not only the artist puts an effort - we also spend much time commenting the pics, sorting them and so on. If one day you decide to not post works anymore - OK, we still have all the great stuff you made before. If one day your fans (who did much to support you and even gave you Premium) see "Suspended account" instead of your page because you've posted some dirty stuff, it would be not honest and not respectful.
- DA KNOWS what the porn is.
If you think you make artistic porn - just censor it. Real artist makes everything creative - even the "censorship" object! If the work is really artistic, hiding/blurring all the "hot places" only wakes our imagination up and makes the work more impressive.
Ah, and don't forget - if I warn people "this work may be illegal" and see them completely ignoring or even blocking me, don't be surprised that the next notification would go to the DA staff - I don't want to limit their room for creativity but I won't allow people to completely disregard my "artistic solidarity".