That is a fallacy. Especially in the context of American culture. American culture is everywhere, and it is evident everywhere in our societies, that American culture is usually more or less slowly dripping over to Europe. This process usually takes 3-10 years, depending on the subject. A prominent and current example is for example the rise of SJWism in Europe. In fact, almost the entire SJW culture in Europe is coming from America. They even literally use the American terms for their ideology or sometimes just plain translate it from English to their own language, without any interpretation.
Another example is business culture. In Europe, almost the entire business culture is coming from America. American business terms like “CEO”, “CTO”, “CSO”, “crunch”, “ROI”, “AHT”, “agile”, “scrum” and many many others are used in Europe in plain English, not even translated to one’s own language. That’s because the business culture here is replicating American business culture.
That’s why it does not matter at all, if contributors are living in Europe. Europeans are replicating American culture and most don’t even know it.
Same with the topic at hand, called NSFW. That is something that America has preached to us for decades (for example through American media, like tv shows, movies, etc.) and now you and others think, that that is normal, just because American culture is around every corner within Europe.
No, it’s not normal for us. It’s coming from America, not from here.
Hans, you probably know that the east-side of your country was many decades famous for its nude beaches. That was perfectly normal. You could take pictures, etc. all was fine.
Now, NSFW culture slaves would scream “OMG OMG” and complain about the “missing” NSFW tag, report the post and go back to their echo chambers on social media.