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Should people in the military who pose nude for photographs be removed from active duty?
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15 yrs ago, 1 mos ago - Wednesday 4/25/07 - 7:23:11 PM EST (GMT-5)
I personally know one person in the army who has had naked pictures taken because he was the one taking the pictures.

I don't think that posing nude has anything to do with how well they perform on their job.

15 yrs ago, 1 mos ago - Wednesday 4/25/07 - 7:30:48 PM EST (GMT-5)
What's wrong with that??
15 yrs ago, 1 mos ago - Wednesday 4/25/07 - 8:07:13 PM EST (GMT-5)
No. Their level of nakedness doesn't affect their perfomances.
15 yrs ago - Tuesday 5/1/07 - 6:27:29 PM EST (GMT-5)
Men - yes.
Women - no.
15 yrs ago - Tuesday 5/1/07 - 6:54:55 PM EST (GMT-5)
well, if they're with the flag when they do it, i'd probably be angry

it's disgraceful

14 yrs ago, 11 mos ago - Saturday 6/2/07 - 6:57:14 PM EST (GMT-5)
Not unless it affected their job performance. If they were caught posing nude while neglecting their duty, THEN they should be dismissed
14 yrs ago, 11 mos ago - Saturday 6/2/07 - 7:04:38 PM EST (GMT-5)
Yes. The thing about the military is that when you sign on the dotted line, it means that YOUR BODY NOW BELONGS TO THE GOVERNMENT. They tell you what you can do with your body. Don't get me wrong...I am very PRO nudity. I absolutely love Playboy and non-smutty nudity. But those that are in the military are servicing our government.
14 yrs ago, 9 mos ago - Thursday 8/9/07 - 5:49:44 PM EST (GMT-5)
On 6/2/2007 7:04:38 PM damsel wrote:
Yes. The thing about the military is that when you sign on the dotted line, it means that YOUR BODY NOW BELONGS TO THE GOVERNMENT. They tell you what you can do with your body. Don't get me wrong...I am very PRO nudity. I absolutely love Playboy and non-smutty nudity. But those that are in the military are servicing our government.

true.

but, we were all born naked and are naturally sexual beings. i think it's completely natural to show that off. how does being naked and taking pictures of that have anything to do with your job? as said, it doesn't really affect performance. i think a lot of the reason it causes removal from active duty is because people find it distateful and lewd. just like how jenna jameson's boyfriend was asked not to bring her to a military function honoring him because it would shed bad light on the insitution...

whatever. to each their own. if you wanna pose naked, do it.

14 yrs ago, 9 mos ago - Thursday 8/9/07 - 5:51:52 PM EST (GMT-5)
No, people who get offended by nudity piss me the f*ck off. I think nudity is beautiful.



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