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Porn stars say they’re ‘free to wear whatever they want’

More than 60 of the biggest porn stars in the world are joining a group of women in an effort to make nudity illegal.

More: Porn stars have joined a global movement to fight for women’s rights as they say their choice to wear a bra or not is not dictated by religious or cultural beliefs.

“We are free to wear what we want, just like you are,” porn star and porn star star Lita Ford told the BBC.

“It is not my business what you do, it is my business to be safe, and if someone is hurting you and they are hurting you because you are wearing a bra, that is not acceptable.”‘

We have to change the way we view the world’The women in the initiative have called on the World Health Organization (WHO) to adopt their position.

“The WHO should follow our lead and say that women are not only a health hazard but also a threat to their own health and wellbeing,” said porn star Jessica Jaymes.

“Women are in danger of having their sexual health destroyed if they do not wear a bikini and it is time to change that.”

Last year, the WHO said it would consider whether women should wear bras to protect their health.

It said it was concerned about the “serious social problems associated with the practice of ‘body-shaming’ and ‘boob-shouting’,” as well as “the impact on physical health and on the social environment of women’s wearing of a ‘body suit.'”

The WHO has also said it is concerned about “negative health consequences of wearing a ‘dress’ in public, including from harassment and discrimination.”

“We should not be in the business of criminalizing women for wearing a dress,” said WHO spokesman Paul Chou.

“As the WHO has said repeatedly, we have to recognise that sexual behaviour and attitudes do not fall in the category of the category that is criminalized by criminal law.”

He added that, “the WHO does not accept the belief that a woman’s dress is inherently harmful.”

But it said that the WHO was “committed to ensuring that women’s health is respected and respected at all times.”

Porn star Nicole Ash told the Associated Press news agency that she would not be deterred from her decision.

“I don’t have a problem with my body, I have a desire to look like a woman,” she said.

“And I am free to do it, but I will wear a dress because I am confident I will look attractive to people.”