As a general rule, if I post a risque image, it's only for eye-candy to get your attention.
This tactic caused some friction this year on the Disqus channel when I got banned from a Pro-Israeli page by two people I'd been chatting with for months.
The problem arose when a friend of theirs reported that I was posting pornographic posts on my channel because they saw two images of semi-clad ladies.
I wasn't upset at being banned; it is no biggie for me; I was angry at how I got banned, the first thing I'd have done is ask the writer what the posts were about; in this case how long I had been writing, and when I had my first story published.
If I were not wholly satisfied, I would have read the posts and made MY mind up, not rely on 3rd-party spying on somebody for me.
The bottom line is until now I have not posted anything that came close to being pornographic, but that can change.
This week I deleted my Disqus profile.