I'm as concerned about net porn as the next guy, but you guys are clearly promoting a double standard here. You are all using Yahoo to post these messages, yet I can see all this and more by using Yahoo's search engine. You're worried about you kids wandering across this stuff on eBay, and yet you have no problem using Yahoo, which makes access to internet pornography incredibly simple.
Let's come to our senses here and discuss the real topic at hand and that's eBay's stock. If you've got a problem with the items for sale, then sell your stock. If you're REALLY concerned about net porn and cannot control your children's access, then sell your modem.
Anyone who is concerned about children viewing Adult related items on eBay has obviously NOT done their homework. I have been an eBay customer for over a year, and have to say they offer a great service (I buy and sell vintage wrist watches on their site). eBay is a good web-citizen, and as such, its nearly impossible for any children to "inadvertantly" view adult items. eBay requires that you place a valid credit card on file with them in order to view these adult items. So, unless your child is going through your wallet and misappropriating your credit card, you have nothing to worry about.