I think the authentic spirit of the event, the genuine laughter and
the way people were "playing" in a public fethistic way is the best
defense and explanation for their lifestyle.
The thing that has made vlogging so attractive to me is how it
demolishes all the B.S. about "releases", "permissions", "licenses",
"backers", "distributors", etc. etc. etc.
I gave up professional writing years ago and cancelled a book contract
I'd been given by Random House. I didn't write for four years. When
I took pen-in-hand on a dare by Al Goldstein and wrote an article for
Screw, my article got Screw busted. It was the apex of my writing career.
Now, vlogging opens the gate of visual freedom to all those who dare
to pass through it. Vloggers are like libertarians who have finally
found a really "free" environment.
An artist or entertainer or expose artist only needs to produce
material that attracts a following on the level world-wide playing
field of the Internet.
You might note that the http://www.tonyhayden.com
site has an "adult
material" disclaimer on it. Little precautions like that should be
all the parameters we need.
No red lights! No stop signs! Lights, camera, action--full speed ahead!