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How Strict is Insta when it comes to 'sexually suggestive' photos?

Discussion in 'Instagram' started by iantendo, Feb 23, 2017.

  1. iantendo

    iantendo Registered Member

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    I've seen in the terms that 'sexually suggestive photos' are not allowed but every single time I log into that site it's chicks showing off their bodies so I have no idea what the rules are?

    I was thinking of pushing adult affiliate links along with sexy but non-adult photos but I don't want to put any effort into it if I'm just going to get shut down.

    anyone else know how much you can get away with on there?
     
  2. bartosimpsonio

    bartosimpsonio Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Probably 99% of Instagram's traffic is just pervs going after sexually suggestive models who post sexual innuendo all day.

    Yoga on all fours, bikinis, squatting with their asses rubbing the camera, etc....

    So I'd say they can't really go after this. They are after all a human photo album and humans want sex....
     
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  3. iglover

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    I only ever had one account permanently banned for a post that "violated the terms"
    The model was naked but she was covered by her pose. So i think as long as they have no less than a g-string or a bikini on you will be fine :D
     
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  4. colorme

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    In my experience, it does not matter what risque photo you post. It will last for as long as it's not reported.

    I personally know of accounts that get a post deleted, or a whole account deleted by just one person's report. It seems it's like the airport ticket counter personnel. They'll treat you nice if they had a good night, and treat you like dogs if it was otherwise. Same for IG person that gets to take care of a reported account.

    They will let it go, or blast the account out of the water because they didn't get any the night before. Believe me, string or no string, makes no difference.