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Actress Taraji P. Henson loves her body. The Think Like A Man star recently dropped her robe for Allure magazine, and showed off some of her most beautiful assets.

Henson, who has dazzled viewers on both the big and small screen says she has no problem with nudity. She regularly lounges around her New York City apartment with its floor-to-ceiling windows naked, and looks for every opportunity to allow her skin to breathe.

“My friends won’t be surprised by this shoot. Whenever we go to the beach, I’m like, ‘Is this a nude beach? Can I take my top off?'” she told Allure.

Reading Henson speak so confidently made me wonder if other women feel just as comfortable with their bodies and would pose in the nude. I’ve always been intrigued by boudoir-style photos and have considered posing for them (for my own private collection, of course), but I’m not sure I’d actually have the guts to do it. But how about you?

Would you ever strip down and pose in the nude?

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  • sholla21

    There isn’t enough money in the world to make me pose nude. Naked bodies are for the bedroom IMO.

  • JoJo

    If I had the body, hell YES! I think there is something very liberating about it.

  • HowApropos

    I posed for art and photog majors when I was in college, so I find nothing wrong with nudity. In fact, I encourage many women(and men)to take a ‘boudoir shot’ sometime in their lives. What I’ve learned is that no matter how bad you think your body looks, it’s a magnificent thing to behold. It humanizes us.

    ‘Calendar Girls’ was a good movie to watch on this subject.

  • MJ

    I personally don’t disagree with it. If you’re comfortable in your own, that’s all that matters. I think Taraji P. Henson is a beautiful person. And at 41, she looks amazing. Go for it, Taraji! I support her! :)

  • MJ

    I personally don’t disagree with it. If you’re comfortable in your own skin, that’s all that matters. I think Taraji P. Henson is a beautiful person. And at 41, she looks amazing. Go for it, Taraji! I support her! :)