Ha ha, thanks a lot! I've just had a magazine article published that the editor received a complaint about!
"I think the images shown are inappropriate as they are revoltingly horrific in their content and quite unnecessary to show a technical technique in an RPS publication. My RPS journals are left where my grandchildren and great-grandchildren can pick them up and look at them and see good photography. These images are nightmarish and represent a poor taste that should be avoided.
It is a sad fact that purveyors of bad practices habitually try to push the limits of behaviour so ratcheting up the unacceptable. I think it is the job of the editor to set the boundaries and ensure that they are adhered to.
I sincerely hope that a new limit of poor taste has been set"
I take that as a massive compliment!
The job of the editor?
I think its the job of grandfather to not leave material laying around that even remotely could be deemed inappropriate for young children.