If you want to go nude in public you can just expect your picture to be taken.
Especially in today's world with mini cams, cell phones, and such.
I went to nude beaches when I was young, and yes, my images are on the net. Nothing sexual of course, but still, I'm not too proud of my endowment
before I hit puberty, but I was a kid, and normal.
(Everything grew just fine though.)
Even images taken in my teen years, I'm not ashamed of them. I was a long haired hippy kid with a sunburn on my butt, who cares ?
People would even sit off shore in boats, or watch from the UBC bluffs above Wreck Beach to peek. Even along the West Coast Trail, they were there
just to take pictures of nudity.
And if they're that hard up to see some skin, I feel sorry for them.:shk:
I'm not ashamed of my body, even though age has taken it's toll.
Nudity is a normal state in my own home, and if the neighbour wants to lay out and tan on our public deck in the back without a top, she is totally
within her rights as a Canadian citizen.
Hell, she can go out and cut the lawn, or walk down the street without a top, and so can I.
In law, public nudity is only a crime if there is salacious or malicious intent in my country.
Get over it...........
One side note:
Unless you're a porn addict, and you want to include that as seeing nudity, I've still probably seen more nude bodies than almost anyone here. From
the birth of a child, to bathing an incapacitated 90 year old.
Even cutting the clothes off an accident victim to tend a wound.
From birth to grave, I've seen it all.
Edit: I probably need to explain this to some Americans, but breasts are for feeding our young, and they can be viewed in a non-sexual way by most
If little kids happened to see some breasts at a demonstration they wouldn't be snapping pictures.
They would probably just get a bit hungry.
Tits are for kids you silly rabbit.......
[edit on 13/4/2010 by anxietydisorder]