Like finely tuned mechanisms programmed to seamlessly bend, twist and twirl, the contortionists' bodies taken on positions that may not be innately appealing. Neatly stacked flaps of skin overlap, toes curl as the muscles of a leg bulge and limbs protrude forward in ways we didn't think possible, yet these feats of flexibility amount to something inexplicably gorgeous. Need proof? In it, the French photographer captures the fluid movements of nude dancers, their bodies partially covered by clouds of dust that both obscure and accentuate the curves and lines of their muscles.
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Nudes-A-Poppin' is an annual pageant  in the United States for nude women and men competing in erotic dance. It is the best-known nude event in Indiana ,  and has been held annually since The Nudes-A-Poppin' pageant is organized by and held at Ponderosa Sun Club, a family nudist resort  founded in  and situated in Roselawn, Indiana. Events held at Nudes-A-Poppin' are the amateur wet T-shirt contest , the sexiest pole dance competition, naked oil wrestling, and others. Lou Harry , writing for Indianapolis Monthly , noted that the participants are prohibited from having sexual contact with another person attending the event or from performing explicitly. Most of the contestants are women.
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Over time there have been a lot of celebrities who have been on the show, which is presumably why so many people watch the show. Not me though, I am watching because of the pro dancers. Let me be more specific- I am watching because of the female pro dancers. When it comes right down to it, is there anything more attractive than seeing a hot woman out on the dance floor doing her thing? I mean yeah, she is often teamed up with a totally derpy male celebrity, so that is a bit of a drag, but if you pretend he is not there it is still pretty enjoyable.
Pyschological experts and parents groups we talked to are up-in-arms over the stripper-esque theme, and fear that the episode could act as encouragement for pedophiles and sexual predators. The sexual body movements are more concerning than the costumes. The raunchy routine involved girls thrusting their chests forward and backward, shimmying across the stage and even pretending to cover themselves up with big feathers as they bounced from the stage. This is show business kid. Several moms on the episode expressed their horror regarding the choreography and costumes, yet not one of them intervened.