I took the content warning off Pagan Spirits this morning. I occasionally post public domain images - or images used with the permission of their creators - which contain nudity. Often, these are images of classical art. I have never been notified of anyone having been offended by them. Besides, I get most of them through Wikimedia Commons, which has no content warning. Anyone can view the same images there.
Adult themes, including erotic novels, are discussed on this blog - sometimes, but not always. I also discuss young adult and children's books, too. I welcome guest bloggers on all book-related topics, whether the book is geared toward an adult or teen audience. I recommend this blog for readers 18 and older because of the links to books that contain adult content, but I trust my readers to decide for themselves whether they want to visit my blog or not.
But I hope you do.
I get a little disappointed when potential guest bloggers say, "Your blog is not appropriate for me - it has an adult content warning." It's not a porn site; it's a book site written by a college-educated erotica and crime fiction author who was raised in a Catholic household. Many who were scared off by the content warning would be pleasantly surprised by the actual content.
Therefore, no more content warning. Come on in and discuss literature with me.