Many of our readers profess a strong preference for photos of beautiful nude women in natural settings. Maybe it makes their sexual enjoyment seem more natural, less guilty. Many readers also extol virtues in our models we know are simply not there. That way they can lie that they love them for who they are and not just what they look like. BOTH of these readers need to learn to value beauty for beauty's sake, without guilt or excuse. Beauty is primarily a moral accomplishment: it is the representation of objective values; and unless an individual has learned to hold some rational values he will be incapable of percieving beauty at all. For example, confidence is a very valuable quality, but if you don't admire it you won't notice it in a woman so you won't find her attractive. Most people hold a mixture of rational and irrational values and are capable of perceiving only some beauty some of the time. But why not enjoy as much beauty as possible? Don't limit it to only natural settings, since your ability to perceive beauty is not natural anyway, but rather self-made. And don't worry if a model is virtuous or not: valuing beauty for its own sake is the result of thousands of years of cultural, intellectual and aesthetic progress, and only the most advanced, refined, and sophisticated individuals and civilizations are capable of it. Instead of feeling guilty or making excuses for your refinements as if they have robbed the world of natural, real beauty, realize that it is precisely these refinements - not nature - that make beauty possible. Only then will you be able to look at beautiful nude women, anywhere, anytime, and truly enjoy it.