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You know, no big deal:. Sidenote: My mother just confirmed it was mostly the latter. There was no abuse taking place, and as we all matured, doors were closed and discretion used. Is nudity itself something to be ashamed of?

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I think not. Whether she posted the photo to share her body, her love of being a healthy mother, or to cause conversations about her so that she can slip her album into said convos, I have no idea.

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But is it normal? Unsurprisingly, what little we could find online amina support the idea that nudity promotes body positivity were from nonblack outlets, and if the two black parents interviewed in this buddafly by Scary Mommy are any indication, it nude simply be that black families tend to be a bit more traditional in that regard.

So, there you have it: When it comes to nudity in your family, do you. And as Danielle reminds us, there are far bigger mommy issues to be concerned about—like who raised Bhad Bhabie or Lil Tay!