Shooting birds...This is not a gun blog.
Photos on social media are growing exponentially. We have Twitter, TikTok, Facebook, Pinterest to name a few. With hundreds of millions of photos online, who is watching to see what belongs and what doesn't? I'm guessing many of these sites are using specialized image recognition software to compare photos and when it finds something in violation the photo gets deleted.
I remember a time when news media censured anyone holding up their middle finger aka 'shooting a bird' I believe most dating sites also ban members from using photos displaying the middle finger. If you are from another planet, I'll explain... that means fu*k you to the recipient of that gesture. Not a nice thing.
However, I've seen lots of Instagram models 'shooting birds' and I consider that the upmost disrespect. You're a top model at a gorgeous island doing a photo shoot and like a rapper in the alley of a ghetto you have to shoot a bird to your viewers?
Not only the model but the photographer and whoever is hosting the site must be approving that... whoever is paying for advertising lets it happen?
If it were my money and you did that stunt, I'd have Anthony (Billy Mummy) from a scene in Twilight zone turn you into a Jack-in-the-box and wish you into the cornfield.
I'm voicing my opinion as it's a total breakdown in respect. 500 thousand viewers on a models site and she flips them a bird? Do it and get banned. It's as simple as that.