I'll say no, for the sole reason that if you remove the rude/abusive parts, there's nothing left. I'm going to talk about this even while leaving context about this user out of it.
The first two paragraphs seem . . . fine. They're just talking about legal aspects (which I am not familiar with, and so cannot judge based on correctness). It's talking about the law in France, which is the country to OP is interested in, so it's relevant.
After that, the post becomes rude. It . . .
- Mocks the situation and issues surrounding gender.
- Suggests mocking the person taking the photo, and "getting a laugh" at their expense.
- Suggests making sexual remarks, which are likely to get the OP in trouble.
- Refers to much of the rest of the world as "stuck up countries".
We've talked before about editing out rude content, and I know that I can speak for others when I say that I appreciate the thought here. But if you edit out all of the offensive remarks . . . there's nothing left of this answer besides two paragraphs of legal commentary, which don't answer the question.