QUOTE(carbuncle @ Mon 21st November 2011, 10:27am)
Never fear - Silver Seren has stepped in to remove the word classic (and ignore all the uncited additions that were made between the original insertion and now). It's probably just me, but I strongly associate voyeurism with surreptitious observation (and not with simply watching someone posing for a photograph). It is my understanding that it is observing something that was not intended to be observed is where the thrill comes from. Observing things that are likely to be observed or intended to be observed is generally just known as "seeing", isn't it?
That photograph doesn't illustrate voyeurism, exhibitionism, nor urolagnia, these are supplied by the fantasy of the reader or editor. It's just a photo of a woman peeing. She's pulling her panties or bikini bottom aside, which is simply normal. The three paraphilias or whatever they are (I'm not sure how abnormal or unusual some kinds of voyeurism or exhibitionism are) involve sexual arousal or intention. Nothing in the photo indicates this.
If this has now attracted the attention of other editors, I'll affirm, again, that this is really really stupid. Sorry, Siver Seren. Wikipedia is a floating invitation to do something stupid. On the other hand, removing "classic" was a tiny improvement. Maybe you should get a tiny barnstar. Consider the period at the end of this sentence to be one.
The whole article is mess.