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At least, in terms of sending the pictures unrequested.
Both males and females are commonly sending nudes of themselves to people they meet online, but women tend to wait until asked.
Such pictures can be a form of sexual harassment when they occur in a work/professional environment.
I empathize with the women who are offended and grossed out at receiving such images.
I do think that this is a particular issue in our society, where nudity is sexualized and taboo.
They want men to understand that such behaviors are rude, unacceptable and should simply stop.
Any woman who has ever ventured into the world of online dating, or almost any form of modern electronic communication, will tell you that one of their main complaints is that men routinely send them unsolicited pictures of their genitals.
Women understandably complain about this for two main reasons: "Men are GROSS" is the most common explanation that women have for this. Do they really think I'm going to magically want to have sex with them now, after seeing their penis?
It's important to note that within gay male circles, this behavior is very common, and is not viewed as a problem.
In fact, many men are happy to get such pictures, and usually respond in kind. because it offers some confirmation that many men want to receive such pics, and are really hoping their recipient will enjoy it and be turned on.
Ultimately, the answer here lies in greater dialogue with men and women, over what they actually want in sexual communications.