A beautiful nude picture can also mean something else entirely.

In a post on a message board, a user named Lai wrote: “I was wondering if I should post a message on my wall with a beautiful nude pic of my family.”

He added, “Please let me know if you have any pictures.”

Lai’s post drew a lot of comments and criticism, including one from an Indian blogger who suggested that the nude message was not meant to be taken seriously.

“It’s more of a message that I would like to leave with you,” he wrote.

A woman who goes by the name Nari posted a reply to Lai on Instagram.

“You are trying to make me laugh.

This is why I am laughing,” she wrote.

Nari also commented on a picture of Lai and his wife that was shared by Narsha.

“My mom always said, ‘The nude is the most beautiful thing,'” Nari wrote.

“So if you want me to post that pic on my bathroom wall, you will have to go all the way.

But I hope you can be more respectful of my privacy.”

Narsas photo has been viewed more than 14,000 times on Instagram since it was posted on September 22, 2015.

The post also received backlash from Indian netizens, who criticized the message.

“Why is this woman taking photos of my husband and sending it to me?” one user wrote on the photo.

“He can’t say no to her.

She is the one who deserves respect and love.

How dare she take pics of my son?”

Another commented, “He is so ugly, I’m so jealous of him.”

Some also questioned the authenticity of the photos.

“This is not the same as a selfie.

This looks like a photoshoot,” wrote one user on Instagram’s public feed.

Another user called out the photo’s creator.

“Who made the pics?

What’s in them?

Is this just a photo of a picture?”

Another user said on Instagram, “Is this a photo shot of her face or is this real?

If you don’t like my photos, please delete them.”

The picture has been shared more than 13,000,000 on Instagram and received criticism for its sexual content.

The original Instagram post is still visible on Lais wall.

Narsa, who goes under the name Gyan, told HuffPost that she has a photo from her wedding that she shared on Instagram a few months ago.

She said she thought it was a selfie, but that it wasn’t.

“We had a conversation about it and it turned out it was not a selfie,” she said.

“They were just making it a funny photo of the bride in a wedding dress.

And then they took it down.”

She added that she’s now not sure if the photo was actually taken by her husband or a friend.

“That’s the saddest part about it.

They took my photo,” she told HuffPost.

“I don’t want my husband to be hurt by this.

This makes me feel like I am a second class citizen.”