Upload & Sell: Off
Correction to my comment. I see you did not refer to the new work as "porn" but assumed others might, and take their business elsewhere. So to modify my comment about: If you are excited about, and proud of, the new work then I would say pursue it but with a caution. Keep the worlds as separate as possible, many fine photographers in the past shot portraits of important people as their day job and fine art nudes in their private work. You might want to tailor your facebook site to appeal to your "day clients" without references to your "fine art" or "other" work. For example your facebook profile photo might put off more conservative folks and deter business. I find facebook a very dangerous tool and I would keep it very "straight". You can use your "controlled" web site to show your other work (access protected), or even create a separate web space for more provocative work. I think mixing the work is not a great idea - old timers just kept their "fine art" work in a different file cabinet viewed by a select and appropriate audience. The "open" internet is not always a good thing.
Bit more than two cents but you have real talent and deserve a thoughtful response to your situation.