Nude Is Not Rude is a photographic manifesto for the beauty of the human body in the context of censorship. Beyond censorship implemented by society, we often face the auto-censorship of nudity and sexuality, a process that is psychologically harmful. I think that the human body can not look ugly in nude. It becomes unsightly through attitude, clothes and aesthetic invasive procedures. Accepting your own nudity is a form of sincerity towards yourself, which with time will help you see your true natural beauty, not the one promoted by society. It is time for people to evolve and not feel embarrassed or frustrated when seeing the bare human body.