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  • Sinful? Dude...that sucks. In my view, it's not sinful, it's beautiful. I think it would be great for a woman to do that for her husband, and I think she's lucky to have a guy that would actually be interested in seeing those pics. If she doesn't want you to see nude pictures of her, how would she feel if you looked at nude pictures of other women on the internet? If you can't be sexually open in your marriage, it's gonna be very hard to make it work. That's a reality people need to face.
  • Nah.... that's better than you looking at pictures of other naked women you ARENT married to. She should be all for that.. maybe she's just not comfortable with it? Get pictures of her when she doesn't know it!
  • obviously she is uncomfortable and as her husband you should respect that, but that is not your question, this is.. I believe that for some people different things can be a sin and if this feels sinful for her, then for her to take nude pictures of herself even if they are only for you, for her it's a sin. I use this example; within the same religion, drinking alcohol is a sin, for others it's part of the religion, and for others it is nothing other than a beverage.
  • I don't believe it's sinful, but with all the sites on the 'net with naked pictures and movies of wives, many for revenge for something, I thinks she's pretty smart. BTW: Think of this: What happens if the kids or friends find it... Maybe after one or both of you are gone? What will they think? Of course, if there's nothing in the picture that can identify you or her (or the room)... ;-)
  • It is not sinful no matter who the pictures are for. However, it is stupid. What do you need pictures for if she is right there for you? I don't blame her. How does she know where you two will be 10 years from now? If she is that religious, maybe you two are already showing your incompatabilty. Where is the love quotient here, meaning not your needs but the welfare of your mate's needs first? She don't want to so lay off.
  • Do you love her? If you love and honour her, why would you ask her to do something that she clearly feels uncomfortable with?
  • If she feels it to be wrong, then it is wrong. Your opinion & ABers opinions are beside the point.
  • She doesn't want to. That's it. End of story. On a good note, you can see it and touch it any time you like. Who needs pictures! WOOHOO!
  • well is it a question of the pictures or having someone take them? who would be taking them and what kind of nude pics are you talking about? maybe she would feel comfortable if you took the pics and they were provocative nude pics as opposed to raunchy nude pics...or maybe she just feels it is morally wrong to have nude pics of herself...whether it is a sin or not is usually judged by ones own moral standards...(leaving out judgment by others)
  • I don't think it would be sinful as long as you don't capture her spirit.But respect is formost of her feelings, no?
  • if they are solely for you then no i dont think it is sinful. you are her husband. but if she feels uncomfortable with it. I would not force her.
  • Sinful...no. I got skadz of em for mine. LOL.
  • Look at it this way, she just tossed you a "get out of jail free" card. Next time she desperately wants you to do something you don't want to do, tell her you feel it's a sin.
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  • If she is not comfortable doing so, don't force the issue. Far too often, IF a marriage does go bad, the pictures surface. Just look at how such pictures ruined the "career" of a Miss America, how many nude pictures (which were just for the enjoyment of the couple) wind up on Facebook or MySpace....reputations take a long time to build and could be ruined by such pictures.
  • If those pictures got in the wrong hands, they could cause a lot of destruction. If your parents, her parents or your kids (even if you don't have any yet), found those pictures it could be pretty uncomfortable. They could be a source of deep mistrust and fear. They could eventually come between you and ruin your marriage. Not to mention that those pictures and your hand could become a substitute for her. I don't blame her. I wouldn't want that either. I don't think a loving man would try to ask that of his wife against her will. I don't believe a loving man would try to get strangers on the internet to help him pressure his wife into doing such a thing against her will. So the question here is whether you are a loving man who wants his wife to be happy, or are you a selfish little prat who wants what he wants, even if it makes his wife feel dirty and used?
  • Sin is a religious concept, if she is religious and considers them sinful then that is all the information you need to know, respect her and her wishes and quit asking.
  • Is it sinful? Or is that her excuse for the fact that it's just not all that smart? If my ex had nudies of me right now... I shudder to think where they might have ended up?
  • it doesnt really matter if its sinful or not...what matters is she said NO! "sinful" could be a cover for "I just dont feel comfoartable with it." Why would you force her into something sexual that she isnt comfy with? just enjoy what you do already have.
  • Regardless of the "sin" issue... the divorce rate in America is upwards of 50%. She could very easily figure that she's got a 50% chance of those pictures being used against her at some point in the future. The idea of the church parking lot being littered with fliers showing her posing provocatively in her birthday suit is NOT very appealing to most people.
  • im sure he will have some very sinful thoughts whenver he sees her photograph.... so i wouldn't let anyone keep pictures like that either :p
  • Probably not, but she may be afraid that they will get into someone else's hands. These days there are hubbies who get off showing these things to others or maybe posting on the internet. She would need to feel very secure in the relationship and totally trust him before she would feel like she could do this.
  • Offer to take them WITH her. Otherwise, drop it and use that line whenever you need to. It's a great out for anything you don't wanna do.
  • Being a sin is a matter of religious perception, but likely she's also concerned whether copies will be made. You could offer to let her print it, using a watermark setting. In this manner, if someone tries to copy or scan it, they would only get garbage. Than she destroys the original file.
  • If she believes lust and vanity are sins then it is reasonable for her to believe that such pictures would contribute to those sins. Other women with similar beliefs may reach different conclusions. But she reached her own. . There are boudoir pics that don't show nudity per se. She may agree to those but I wouldn't hold out any hope if I were you.
  • I believe sin is in the eye of the beholder. I personally do not feel it is a sin to be photographed naked however, your wife does and you need to respect her feelings. Sin or not, what you are asking of her makes her uncomfortable and to insist is thoughtless and selfish. Even if you get 1000 people to agree with you it will not change your wife's feelings about it.
  • "Sinful?" Oh, please.
  • No. Nude photos are never a sin, especially in a marriage. God made the human body and said it was 'good.' In my opinion, the human body is one of the most beautiful and wholesome things ever made. Eroticism never, ever equals pornography! Here is a link you can share with her: http://www.libchrist.com/bible/nudity.html This addresses nudity itself thoroughly and biblically. I, however, suggest that she should also get nude photos of you. It's much more fun that way, and what beautiful pieces of art!
  • Your wife sounds like a clever woman. She knows what can happen to those pictures if things go wrong. Using "sinful" as the excuse just shows how smart she is.
  • I don't believe in sin. However, she could be uncomfortable with it, and if she doesn't want her pictures taken, you should respect her wishes and not try to coerce her, since it IS her body, not her husband's. Also, it's common sense when you think about it -- most nude pictures end up on the internet.
  • I dont believe its sinful but if she dont wont to do it that her right and I dont think you should make her.
  • suppose the kids she it, no way I would never do it..she is right how many pictures get lost.Anyway you haveher all the time you see her naked ass as much as you want you don;t need a picture
  • Nude photos in this day and age? Smart decision on her part, no matter what the reasons. I see ex-wife pics all over the net put there by vindictive little shits with no respect for their own lives or their past wives. No way. That is a pleasure of the past, nunyabiz72.
  • Realistically, whether she thinks it's sinful or just doesn't like the thought of it, does it really matter? The point is that SHE doesn't want anyone to take nude pictures of her. Period. And THAT is all that matters. So what it boils down to for you is this: Do you respect her wishes on this or not?
  • No, it is not a sin, but she probably feels uncomfortable about it.
  • Maybe she feels uncomfortable with the idea for some other reason (such as self-consciousness about her body or a waning interest in sex) and she's afraid to tell you about it, so she invented this pretext. I don't see how sharing nude photos with a spouse could be considered sinful in any context.
  • No, not really.
  • Maybe for other reasons she does not wish to be photoed nude. God created man in His image and said we are beautifully and wonderfully made. God intended for us to be naked and unashamed. The first thing God said when He found Adam and Eve was, "Who told you that you were naked?" God has no problem with His creation being naked. Satan thinks it is great he was able to make man cover Gods beauty with clothing then make it provocative to titalize. Nudity is very common throughout the Bible. Man made it ashame. So inform your wife Biblically nudity is not a sin! However if she does not desire to be photoed nude that is her privilage today. 2000 years ago she would not have had that right to refuse.

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