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  1. #1 Sunbathing topless not recommended for fatty and not pretty women, Pravda.Russia 
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    The variety of nude beaches of the world. But you have to be careful
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    A woman sunbathing topless on a beach does not surprise anyone now. Most people do not even pay any attention to such a phenomenon nowadays. Some other women believe that they have to remove the lower part of their bathing suit too, although in this case they need to find a nude beach. Sunbathing nude obviously has its advantages. It gives a beautiful tan with no stripes of white skin on the body, whereas the body does not suffer from synthetic fabric. However, wearing Eve’s or Adam’s costume has its downside too.

    “Sunbathing for a long time can be harmful. It does not matter which part of the body is exposed to the sun. If a person spends hours on a beach and does not use protective creams, it will inevitably lead to the photo-ageing of skin. Too much sun makes the skin flappy and leads to the appearance of premature wrinkles and pigment spots,” a professor of skin and venereal diseases of the Moscow Medical Academy, Nikolai Potekayev said.

    Too much sunlight can also trigger the development of malignant skin tumors, especially if a person has a genetic predisposition to it.

    Cancer specialists say that malignant tumors are not likely to develop on the place of birthmarks under the influence of sunlight. Furthermore, breast cancer can in no way be linked with sunbathing topless. It all depends on the damage of the genes responsible for the development of this type of cancer.

    However, mammalogists strongly disapprove topless beach leisure, especially if a woman already suffers from mammary gland ailments.

    “Sunbathing, especially topless sunbathing, must be excluded at node-positive mastopathy. The heat can trigger the development of malignant tumors in the mammary gland. However, sunbathing is allowed at diffuse mastopathy,” surgeon Vladimir Yevtyagin said.
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    I don't get the appeal of nude beaches. I doubt that most of the guys are worth a second look and tanning is bad for everybody - not just blindingly white people. Then you've got your numerous age/weight-related visuals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gingersnap View Post
    I don't get the appeal of nude beaches. I doubt that most of the guys are worth a second look and tanning is bad for everybody - not just blindingly white people. Then you've got your numerous age/weight-related visuals.
    Have you ever seen a picture of the Black Sea Bathing Beauty contests and the winners.OMG are they big woman.Most are cadaverous white and chunky.

    The shots of the beaches and all of heavweight men and woman lounging on beach Blankets looking like a bunch of California Sea Lions on the rocks !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gingersnap View Post
    I don't get the appeal of nude beaches. I doubt that most of the guys are worth a second look and tanning is bad for everybody - not just blindingly white people. Then you've got your numerous age/weight-related visuals.
    Yeah, well, to each his or her own.

    When I was a kid--living in southwest Florida--my Mom used to take my brother and I to Ft Myers Beach, sometimes to Pine Island/Sanibel to go fishing off a pier, etc, and one time we went to Bowman's Beach, which had a reputation for being a semi-private nude beach. Unfortunately, we didn't know that at the time...but quickly found out. Especially when my brother or I (can't remember who said it first) asked, "Mom, why is that old person naked?" Yeah...shriveled old wrinkled parts...not so much, no...:eek:
    "The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown." H.P. Lovecraft in Supernatural Horror in Literature
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