“They are saying that taking photos of people in a public place is the same as touching people inappropriately,” Downes tells PetaPixel. “I commented directly to their Facebook page and after receiving replies to my comment as well as ‘likes’, my comment and the replies have been deleted.
So exhibitionists who are into BSDM and dress up (or down) in their favorite sex outfits and attend a public event don't want to be photographed and equate it to inappropriate touching? Does than mean walking around in those outfits is like rape? Because I can't un-see what they wore when I worked in San Francisco and they never got my consent.
Folsom Street Fair, the annual BSDM fair in San Francisco, upset photographers in 2016 with its “Ask First” campaign that asked photographers to receive