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Nude female web coders wanted for naturist environment: UK

A Buckinghamshire company are looking to recruit ‘a number of female web coders’ who are prepared to work naked, in a ‘warm and private’ naturist office environment.

As they say ‘The office environment is all that a naturist could wish for – warm and private – and will be great fun.’

Nude house provide software which creates ‘hot spots’ on website photos, as explained on their website. For those of you blinded by the ‘Nude House’ header, we apologise in advance.

Chris Taylor, nude house exployee, spoke to the Register and said “As far as I am aware this is not only the first UK office job for naturists in web-coding or web-selling, but is also the first worldwide facility for naturists to earn substantial sums of money from work that incidentally provides them with the capability to work entirely without clothes.

“Because it is the first establishment in the world it is difficult to advertise – many seem to confuse the issue of being without clothes as being a place without concerns for personal freedom, where sex is paramount in its many varied forms.

“Sex does not play a part in naturism – yes one is aware of differences in sex and size and shape and age of everyone, but the concern is on sales and technical ability, not availability.”

Taylor admitted that a naturist office offers “no benefit to business productivity other than providing a nice facility for the staff”.

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