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One of the most beautiful things is the human body There are so many different functions that the body can do such as how the muscles work together and how the body carries out daily functions All the different shapes the human body can have are pulchritudinous It does not matter if the body is short tall young old round skinny black brown pink or green All forms of the human body are masterpieces of nature However most people in our society do not feel that way A lot of people believe that the human body should be covered up and hidden from people and I simply cannot comprehend their reasoning Why would anyone want to take the form we are born in and keep it hidden The human body is a wonderful creation and it should not be hidden or covered up just to keep bystanders comfortable Nudity is everywhere It is video games television shows movies art and especially the internet It seems that everywhere one looks childrens eyes need to be covered up because of the inappropriate things around It is believed that we need to keep children away from seeing such images People seem to have this idea in their head that if a child sees a naked human body then they might start asking questions about it Or they might even become curious and start wondering what other people look like nude Most people think that would be a bad thing We cannot have children thinking about naked humans because that is inappropriate How can we help keep our children safe from the racy images that fill our society All they have to do is sign in to a computer and they can see millions of different naked bodies In his article NYPD Blue Matthew Scully writes that nudity on television is suppose to shock us and make us face the realities of our world 78 But should we be
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