A lady never wants her name in print except on the occasion of her birth, her marriage, and her death.
For example, one would not want to be pictured intoxicated at a gathering. "Never be photographed with a drink in your hand" is companion advice from parents to children teaching proper decorum. No matter how much fun one has in private, among trusted friends, one must only be put before the public when hatched, matched, and dispatched. Being thrust into the public eye is inherently distasteful.