It’s a fact that not everybody is comfortable with nudity or even being undressed in a public or semi-public space. It isn’t uncommon to have certain fears, inhibitions, and uneasy feelings when exposed to ENF (Exhibitionist/ Voyeur), CMNF (Clothed Male/Naked Female), Embarrassment, or Forced Nudity. That’s why “ENF, CMNF, Embarrassment and Forced Nudity Blog” exists.
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