National Geographic to Stop Publishing Nude Animal Pictures

On the Line This kitty just wants to be left alone to finish her laundry.
On the Line. This kitty just wants to be left alone to finish her laundry.

Following the lead by Playboy, the glossy men’s magazine known for its nude fold-outs, no longer publish nude photographs of women, National Geographic says that it will no longer degrade animals by showing photos of them without clothes.

At a time when every teenagee has a smarphone (Internet connected phone) and the web is filled with pornography, the National Geographic has opted to continue featuring animals in provocative poses, just not completely nude.

“Don’t get me wrong, the kid in me is very disappointed in current me. But it’s the right thing to do,”  said Mr. Gabe Gardner, the National Geographic editor who first suggested to eliminate nude photos.

National Geographic did not immediately respond to the Vaticn Enquirer’s request for comment.

 

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