The naked truth about nudes


Let’s have a nice long chat about sending nude pictures and our societies desire to show everyone what they look like without clothes on. It’s slightly becoming ridiculous with the amount of nudes floating around the internet.

Unless you are a celebrity that is desperate for attention, you shouldn’t be taking nude photos. There are plenty of other ways to spice up things than sending nude photos. Especially when once you send out the nudes, they are no longer in your control. You piss off that person and the next thing you know, your on Tumblr with your junk hanging out for the whole to see and to share, among other things 😉

Then you don’t even know if the person you’re sending them to is actually the person you think they are. Catfish isn’t just a popular show on MTV, its real thing. People are talking to people and pretending to be another person in order to get your nudes. People will even pay people to do this. Yeah, it’s like the black market of nudity. My question is who was the person to start all of this nonsense. Because this sounds like some Degrassi ish.

Save the view of your nudes for in person because it’s the only way to make sure you don’t end up naked on the internet. While I’m all for being happy and comfortable with your body, sending nudes isn’t the way to do that. Nudes like that isn’t an art form. Just people you see someone you like, doesn’t mean you need to see them nude right away. If you wait, then it will be more worth it than getting a sneak peek through a picture. Don’t freaking send them and don’t ask for them. The world won’t end if you don’t see them nude right away.


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