We are guided by a principle discussed in a Huffington Post article:

"When you use a public app to distribute pictures of yourself (or your body parts) to the public for the purposes of getting people to look at you, I think you have forfeited the right to complain if somebody uses those pictures without asking you. After all, you didn’t just upload pictures of yourself without knowing that complete strangers — as well as people you know — will look at them. You did it knowing that strangers can easily download your pictures through screen captures and send them to their friends."

The men's profiles we reference in this have had thousands of viewers -- you can see the view counts for Pierre, Marc, John, and Will in the profile links. These are not private profiles, and so we use them here.

And as noted by The Canadian Journalists for Free Expression; "a true statement cannot be defamatory".