This is ridiculous. Yes, people might use those services for that purpose. No, there is no sexuality/nudity/pornography on legitimate VPN service sites. Yes, there are completely legitimate uses for VPN's. Mislabeling them and thus causing OpenDNS to block them just serves to make the service non-useful for legitimate users.
If you are concerned about people using VPN's for pornography, or gambling or buying drugs or any other use that somebody might try to use a VPN for, then block Proxies/Anonymizers/VPN's in your content settings. But please stop mislabeling VPN's as if they are porn sites when they aren't. Or if you're not sure of the technical distinction, please don't submit sites at all until you are. It's a genuine pain in the neck.
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