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One of my friends is a gorgeous woman. I always appreciate her beauty — inside and out — but have been having an issue with some of the photos she chooses to decorate her home with. She has done many nude photo shoots. These photo shoots are with hired photographers, so they are solely in her possession. However, she hangs nude portraits of herself by her fireplace, in upstairs hallways and even in her bedroom. I myself don’t have a problem with this, but I have two boys and don’t want them seeing my friend nude. I try to not take my boys over to her house frequently, and she has recently started questioning where they are. I never want my children thinking that nude bodies are something to be ashamed of; I just do not want them seeing my friend in the nude. How can I tactfully communicate this to my friend? I don’t want her thinking I don’t support her shoots. — Don’t Look Too Close, Philadelphia ConfessionRadio Twitter: @ConfessionRadio Facebook: ConfessionRadio Webs: Phone: (267)…