Oh shit moment

Oh shit moment

My girlfriend and I to my the New Year Party for my work last Friday (1/10/2020) and somebody at work asked me why I was banned on Facebook. I told them that I didn’t know and my co-workers wife blurted out “Is it because of your nudes?” I thought oh shit. I tried to play it off as maybe it was some of the content I posted of my models but she wasn’t buying it and just said “No I mean the nude images of you”, I just said “I don’t post that on FB” and tried to change the subject before walking off.

Apparently, some (maybe more than I thought) have stumbled upon my nude images online or possibly passed them around the office. I’m not sure which platform they saw my nude images on or if they saw my full frontal images but I have to suspect my co-workers have seen me fully nude before.

Personally, it doesn’t bother who sees me nude however at the same time I can’t afford to lose my job over it either. The problem is there is no way to remove all my nude images from the internet.

Even if I was to delete all my profiles, or nude images from the net my photos have been saved, and re-posted on over 200+ different accounts to my knowledge. Essentially, I’ve lost control over my nude images and I have no say over where they reside.

I do encourage folks to subscribe to my OnlyFans profile however because it helps me pay my bills.

Matt Crawford

I'm a nudist living in Iowa. I use my blog to write about my life and life experiences. Don't be surprised if you see nudity on my website.

This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. Matt, you of all people should know that once you post anything in the internet you loose all control of it.

    1. I do in fact know that. I guess I just didn’t expect it to happen to me like this. 😛

  2. Growing up and living in the Midwest, I understand your fear of losing your job because of your nude photos posted online, and it’s sad that this is a real possibility. I can’t see how your ability to do your job is affected negatively by your nudes circulating on the internet. Unfortunately, the attitude that sees “Nude is Lewd” thrives in the Midwest, and this is, in my opinion, is baseless and wrong. Only through the education of nudism/naturism principles and people willing to question the prevailing attitude will see this outdated attitude disappear.

    Thank you, Matt, for your work in advancing the nudism/naturism!

    1. So far my work hasn’t been impacted in a negative way by my nudes appearing on the web and it seems many of my co-workers are aware of them being on the web. Personally, it really doesn’t bother me if everybody in the world saw me nude.

  3. Never post anything you don’t want reported on CNN. There is still a need for the nudist closet and even the most open nudists are still at least partly in it.

    1. I let myself out of that nudist closet years ago when I started sharing my nudes online. It really doesn’t bother me who sees me nude. I just don’t want it to affect my income.

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