Legally speaking, something that appeals to the prurient interest and, taken as a whole, lacks serious literary, artistic, political or scientific value, can be deemed obscene.
But what happens when you offer erotic images in a format that’s no longer the norm?
It’s a stretch, but there is something about the glow of of bodies on Polaroid film that adds a little art to an image that otherwise has none.
Of course, this being Tumblr, ground zero for great found porn, we doubt you will be dealing with any courts. But if your partner should be upset that you’re looking at naughty things, you can easily placate him or her with the loophole. Disregard the name Pornlaroid, baby.
It’s not porn, it’s art.
And if you should feel compelled to add to their catalog of found sexy images but find yourself one Polaroid camera short, you can always put that iPhone to good use with the ShakeIt app, hands down the best app on the market to transform any photo into a decades old-looking masterpiece.
You’re welcome. Anything we can do to make sanitized Apple products just a little more exciting.