Rage Pc Nude Modl
Be sure to also keep in mind that Nexus Mods hides nude content by default. In order to open those links, you need to have a Nexus Mods account logged in, and you have to manually turn off the NSFW censor feature in your settings.
Rage Pc Nude Modl
Not that the Claire mod isn't *technically* fully nude, since she is wearing heels, and that's apparently a point of contention for some folks commenting over at Nexus Mods. Personally, I think we'll all live.
Kenshi has plenty of nude mods to choose from, of both the male and female variety. Just know ahead of time that the male one is a little off-putting and disturbing, as the modder didn't actually craft a penis texture.
If you simply want to add more nudity to the times between engaging in highly criminal activities, this little mod for Yakuza 0 swaps out the phone cards with naughtier (and often fully nude) versions of the existing models.
When you think of nude mods, typically games like Fallout or Skyrim come to mind. Stardew Valley probably didn't even register in your brain, but trust us, if a thing exists, it has been made into a porn version on the internet somewhere.
There are a surprising lack of nude mods for this iteration in the legendary fighting series, both due to issues in modding the game itself as well as the weirdly deformed nature of the character models in SFV.
With The Witcher 3, you almost don't even need mods, since there's already plenty of nudity and even full on sex scenes. That being said, of course modders found ways to increase the nude quotient and make things more explicit.
I am featuring three nude mods for the game. Each have pros and cons. (There are also various nude skins for MP which can also be used in SP via using a trainer to play as that skin, feel free to browse those at GTA-mods.)
DMlegacy created a mod to attempt to create Topless girls all over the map - female pedestrians and nude girls on the beach (well, topless). (T-O-P-L-E-S-S Topless. Ronnie says YEAAAAHHHHHHH!) So let's Hit em with the Hein and get right into it.
Former Nickelodeon star Victoria Justice appears to have just had the fully nude selfie photos in the gallery below released online. Of course it should come as no surprise that this is not the first time that a brazen exhibitionist like Victoria Justice has had nudes released online, for who could forget the photos ..
Has Victoria Justice finally become a full-blown nudist? It certainly looks that way, as she appears to flaunt her nude body outdoors in the photos above. Of course Victoria has long been a brazen exhibitionist harlot who enjoys nothing more than defying the will of Allah and showcasing her blasphemously bare female flesh in bikini ..
I am a very strong beleiver that fair use images of living people should be permitted but the rationale altered to encourage a replaceable image to be restored immeditely if found. I have added fair use images of many living people where it is not always likely a free image will become available and it really is a very important part of the article to physically identify the subject particularly when it is an image for such media coverage anyway- but certain wikilawyers delete them even though a fair use rationale is give. Taking away the photo seriuosly affects the qulaity of the article and takes away a valuable info resource. While I do also agree with the concept of freeness, I do also take the quality of wikipedia as an encyclopedia very seriously and anything whiches compromises the qulaity of knowledge I disagree with. I suggest that the tagging is changed to this image must be deleted immeditely when a free image becomes available. THis way the article will always have the resource but will encourage a replaceable image to be found. As wikipedia grows I hope there will be a branch which specializes in the search for free images for use on wikipedia. In response to Big DT of course Wikipedia shoudln't be an archive of promotional photos. Images should be used to imrove the qulaity of an article only and identify the subject described certainly not for some archiveErnst Stavro Blofeld 20:35, 23 December 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]
CyberAnth, I don't know where to start... The discouragement against non-free images has existed for a very long time, it is an inexorable aspect of one the the fundamental goals of the project: To build a Free content encyclopedia (please follow the link, when we say Free we speak of Freedom and not price). Over time, the position on exactly what we have to do to best work towards that goal changes some, but the fundamental mission has always been the same. This mission of free content is baked into the Wikimedia Foundation's charter and it is one of the fundamental differentiators between us and other resources on the web: Britannica will gladly give you access to free-as-in-no-cost-today encyclopedia articles, and YouTube (for example) will given you all the free-as-in-we-haven't-been-sued-yet content you could ever want.
I think we need to have an official page (guideline/policy) on this matter of publicity rights, including hopefully some "lawyer reviewed" content/direction. Jimbo has set us on the course of finding free content, which for celebs, almost exlcusively means amateur unauthorized photos. Now, this may be a very good thing, as it can encourage the creation of lots of new free content. But what if lots of Wikipedian photographers (or flickr'ies) go out, take a whole bunch of photos, and a couple years down the road, its decided we need "release" permission, and Wikipedia starts mass-deleting these images. In many cases people have permission of the subject to use their photo, but don't include mention of this, as there's no indication its needed, or what's needed in this area of publicity rights. --Rob 13:13, 26 December 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Encouraging the the creation of free images is not, in fact, the only goal of wikipedia, so the extent to which a particular policy encourages the creation of free images should not be the only criterion for determining what our policy should be. In this case, your favored policy, assuming it does actually lead to the creation of more free images (and I'd like to see some actual links to this supposed test), also has some major drawbacks, in that it will also lead to a much greater number of articles with no image. john k 19:44, 26 December 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]
I'd say the thing that makes me most discouraged is Jimbo Wales himself jumping in and shutting down debate on the subject, as if "I am He and He has spoken, now go forth and generate free content". First off, to me his position makes me suspicious of ulterior motives. Jimbo is a business man, not Mother Theresa. He's not a saint. He's not a stupid man and he knows that we are free and clear to use fair-use content in a perfectly legal manner. What end-goal could possibly be behind his desire for wikipedia to have entirely free/gratis content? I'm not a conspiracy theorist by any stretch of the imagination, but I can't help but believe someday all this altruism here at Wikipedia will be usurped by an ultimate profit motive.
I don't expect this plea to work...I actually expect both sides to again express their uncompromising points of view and for the argument to rage on for another 20 pages before it eventually fizzles out as people give up on reading the same old arguments over and over.
This would help stop stuff like slapping on a famous celebs head onto a nude model's body, to sell naked photos of the celeb (who never posed nude). I have a serious problem asking a person to use their photo for any purpose (if taken to the literal extreme). Since we already accept photos which can't be used for certain purposes (as free), we aught to be able to have a license text which acknowledges that certain re-uses aren't allowable. --Rob 18:01, 6 January 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]