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  • I disappointed God Stripping Contest NEWS ANCHOR SAYS

    At nudist resorts many have at least posed attractively at a party or dance does that mean we should be rejected from the club... well?

    And how does that compare to being a nudist tennis tournament winner and having a picture taken?

    1. WAS Catherine Boseley, a fairly prominent Ohio News Anchor, too sexy in her public wet t-shirt contest appearance? [The pictures she knew were being taken were made public a month later]

    2. Does that mean she should resign?
    3. Does that mean she should feel bad in GODS eyes as she suggests) ?

    I think if we do similar posing with our clothes on and not be imbarassed then we should not feel bad naked.

    http://www.wytv.com/news/headlines/572102.html

    some of the images open up here http://www.glumbert.com/special/bosley.asp

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    At nudist resorts many have at least posed attractively at a party or dance does that mean we should be rejected from the club... well?

    And how does that compare to being a nudist tennis tournament winner and having a picture taken?

    1. WAS Catherine Boseley, a fairly prominent Ohio News Anchor, too sexy in her public wet t-shirt contest appearance? [The pictures she knew were being taken were made public a month later]

    2. Does that mean she should resign?
    3. Does that mean she should feel bad in GODS eyes as she suggests) ?

    I think if we do similar posing with our clothes on and not be imbarassed then we should not feel bad naked.

    http://www.wytv.com/news/headlines/572102.html

    some of the images open up here http://www.glumbert.com/special/bosley.asp

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    • #3
      The only problem is: You are asking the wrong crowd.
      This group has debated nudity, sex, public nudity, porn, religion, and everything else. Points have been made (ad nauseum) by various people each way.
      Until our society feels more comfortable with the nudist lifestyle, I understand that she wanted to "save face." Considering she went onto stage in provocative way, and then ended up being nude and acting equally provacative, it can definitely be said that she is not the ideal spokesperson for family nudism.

      Joe

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      • #4
        First of all She's apparently not a nudist. So any actions she took shouldn't reflect on nudism at all.
        Wet T shirt contests are designed to exploit suppressed sexual desires. Thus making it impossible to be "too sexy" while competing in such a contest.

        She should NOT have resigned. If the company she worked for had a problem with her, they should have fired her. To resign, rather than to to stand up and defend one's actions is a cop out.

        She didn't strip at work, so her job has nothing to do with it.
        If everyone "quits their job" just because they did something that "they think" the public wouldn't like, there would be massive unemployment.

        She was simply having fun in a place where such activities are not only accepted , but encouraged. She did nothing wrong.

        We as nudists often have to "stand up" for our beliefs. I'd hate to think that we would have to quit our jobs everytime someone "found out" about our lifestyle.

        Steve

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        • #5
          Quite often in a setting such as News Anchor, a person respresents more than themselves. It is almost as if you sell part of your soul [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_wink.gif[/img] No, but seriously. Many of us work or are associated with organizations where we must represent them even outside of work. Military, religious, entertainment or otherwise, all these can have restrictions that insert even into everyday living.

          I feel the News channel has the right to fire her for what she did (I don't consider a wet t-shirt contest innocent nor glorifying in representation). If she was a nudist, doing nudist things, that might be different. I think in resigning she was just allowed to save face and in doing so increase her chances of getting hired elsewhere.

          Fresh Air

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          • #6
            What I see, is an attractive, happy, healthy looking, confident woman, having the time of her life, presumably with the approval of her husband.
            I'd say, he's lucky to have a wife with such looks and personality, [and other good attributes too, judging by the job she had], and she's lucky to have a husband who is neither narrow-minded, nor jealous.
            I don't see any suggestion that she is claiming to represent the nudist movement, so we have no right to comment, from that point of view. She does, however, appear to have an all-over tan, and, to me, that adds immensely to her attractiveness.
            I don't think she should have resigned from her job, or publicly expressed any regret for doing something, in her own time, which was presumably legal, or at least openly tolerated, and which pleased many, and harmed no-one.
            I realise that, as news-anchor, she has to be taken seriously, but, if she does her job well, then that will just follow.
            If I had been her boss, I would have gracefully declined to accept her resignation, and waited for any response from the viewers. The relatively small number of complaints which may have eventuated, I would have kept in perspective.
            I know this is pure speculation, but I would imagine that her percentage of viewers could very well increase, as many people would want to have another look at "that girl".
            If her personality, and ability to project herself, is anything to go by, she could very well retain some of those extra viewers, and her station would benefit.
            I can imagine her thinking afterwards, wow, what have I done, but I think it is a great shame if she finds herself having lasting regrets about a fleeting, possibly never-to-be-repeated occasion, which should really be one of the minor highlights of her life.

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            • #7
              quote:
              Originally posted by Rex:
              [qb] I realise that, as news-anchor, she has to be taken seriously [/qb]
              Certainly! Just think how the public esteem of the news media would founder if we let something like this slide. That is the reason we are putting together a distinguished panel of elite journalists to draft an industry wide canon of ethics to govern the public and private behavior of news professionals.

              Our panel:


              -Mark [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_wink.gif[/img]

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              • #8
                Take pity on me, Mark, I'm right on the edge of the civilised world. Who are these guys?

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                • #9
                  Those guys are probably the worst examples of Journalistic Integrity you will ever see.

                  As for people with certain jobs needing to hold their private lives up to a "higher standard". I totally dissagree. The same standards should apply to everyone.
                  I bet her husband didn't run into his bosses office and turn in his resignation. I bet the contestant that worked at a shopping mall or factory didn't quit their job the next week.

                  We shouldn't have to live our lives worrying about "what other people think". Frankly it's none of their business.

                  Steve

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                  • #10
                    quote:
                    Originally posted by Nude in the North:
                    [qb] First of all She's apparently not a nudist.

                    Steve [/qb]
                    Actually, the lack of tan lines suggests that she is, at least in private.

                    These wet T-shirt contests combine alcoholic loss of control with nudity in a setting that seems only a few heartbeats away from an orgy, thus strengthening the connection between nudity and sex in the public consciousness. This is very bad for those of us trying to promote non-sexual nudity. But I agree that she should not have resigned. If it were I, I would have confessed and let my superiors decide on appropriate discipline.

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                    • #11
                      So she had some fun. Big deal.

                      More than likely her boss strongly suggested resgination to avoid being fired. It all boils down to how it would affect the new's show's audience - and most importantly - its advertisers.

                      Moral of the story is don't do anything in public you don't want the whole world to see.

                      She wasn't the only one there who lacked tan lines.

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                      • #12
                        Geez, even that sports reporter that had it come out that he wears women's clothes was eventually working on TV again... anybody remember his name?

                        I feel bad that she feels she did something so seriously wrong.

                        I can understand her abandonment after a close call with death. I too went through a phase after learning my breast lump was not cancerous where I did experiment with things I'd never tried before. I'm not sorry I did it. You only live once! It makes me appreciate that I don't have a religion that prevents me from being experimental that's for sure. If I ever had one piece of advice it would be not to "save" yourself because there may not be a tomorrow. If there is something you've always wanted to do, go do it and don't look back.

                        She looked back.....

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                        • #13
                          I would like to add 2.5 cents if I might, she is a local broadcaster where I live, and she did an interview on another radio station and the response from all ages was unanimous, its no ones business what she did when her and her husband where on vacation, If she had been on the clock and reporting for the station at that time that would have been different.
                          I have seen all the pictures and there really was nothing in them that I would say was done in a sexual way, and yes the pictures showed everything.
                          I feel sorry for the politicians, movie stars and rock stars that can not have a life because of the garbage the textile world feels.
                          We also have many TV and rock stars that have 2nd homes in the area where they can come to and are able to go out to the malls to a movie or what ever and not be chaced all the time, we like to leave them be themselves.

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                          • #14
                            TWELVE POSTS IN THIS TOPIC (NUDE AND RELIGION) AND NONE OF THEM PERTAIN TO RELIGION,HMMM, NEXT TOPIC, NEW NATURISTS; ARE ALL TALKING ABOUT MORMONISM, HMMM. HOOTOWL . MY POINT BEING AND I THOUGHT THIS WOULD BE THE BEST THREAD TO PUT IT IN, IS THAT WE GET OURSELVES MIRED DOWN, AS IT WERE ,WITH OUR RESPECTIVE SECTS,DENOMINATIONS,WHATEVER WORD YOU WANT TO CALL THEM, AND LOOSE SIGHT OF THE BIGGER PICTURE. NUDITY ISNT BAD ITS JUST WHAT SOME PEOPLE(OF ANY SECT) SAY OR THINK ABOUT IT. BEAUTY IS IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER, AND SIN IS IN THE EYE OF THE (GUILTY) BEST WORD I COULD THINK OF. YOUR THOUGHTS?

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                            • #15
                              quote:
                              Originally posted by Jochanaan:
                              [qb] Actually, the lack of tan lines suggests that she is {a nudist}, at least in private.
                              [/qb]
                              Not necessarily. Many people use tanning beds in the nude, who wouldn't be nude anywhere else that any other "textiler" wouldn't. They do this for good reason... to ensure that various clothing styles won't show tan lines.

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