Of Sex, Morality & Pretty Black Lace Panties

BodyInMind use model Nikkala in pretty lingerie to pose questions along with photos:

Perhaps no single idea has done more harm to each one of us than the belief that sex is immoral. It isn’t, but most believe it is. But why pursue sex to the fullest if it’s immoral? Why be as moral as possible when it would mean missing out on sex? So most people pursue sex and their other values only half-heartedly, because they believe having them all is impossible. Others pursue only one or the other. Female beauty says otherwise. Nothing is more beautiful than a woman who is sexy and moral. Nikkala Stott for example. By keeping her knickers on she is as sexy and as moral as a nude model could possibly be, or any woman for that matter. Would Nikkala be more ethical completely naked, or sexier fully clothed? If not Nikkala then who would? If sex really is immoral, why does it go so well with morality? And why would nature make beauty the result? Sex is not immoral. Nikkala – and nature – prove it.

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