Journal of social service research call for papers

Another controversy arose when users complained after an unknown number of users were asked to remove default user pictures containing images of breast feeding that were considered inappropriate as they contained a view of nipples or areolae. [72] The incident attracted the attention of breast feeding advocacy groups such as Pro-Mom [73] who publicized the issue to gain larger media awareness. LiveJournal responded by changing the FAQ on appropriate content for default user pictures. The current FAQ 111 says that nudity is not appropriate in default user pictures; the original FAQ 111 said that graphic sexual content was not appropriate. Breastfeeding pictures were not restricted by the original FAQ, and the current FAQ reflects the fact that they are only restricted from use as a default user picture. [74] Breastfeeding pictures are still allowed as user pictures that may be manually chosen while posting but may not be the default.

Journal of social service research call for papers

journal of social service research call for papers

Media:

journal of social service research call for papersjournal of social service research call for papersjournal of social service research call for papersjournal of social service research call for papers