Usenet (newsgroups. Learn more on Wikipedia. Type in the Wikipedia search engine "Usenet newsgroup" to learn more about this interesting subject. Before the World Wide Web (www), there was Newsgroups. In the legacy Outlook Express, there are three panels on its home page: E-Mail, Newsgroups, and Contacts. Has anybody on this forum ever utilized the Newsgroup feature? As for nudism, there are hundreds of thousands of "binaries" to suit any taste on the newsgroups.
Because of equipment and software variations, I can't tell you all how to log on, but here are some basics:
You need a Usenet News Reader.
You need to subscribe to a News Server (an NNTP server). A good one is www.astraweb.com They have low-cost options where you pay one-time for a huge data download allotment instead of a monthly fee.
You need yProxy decoding. If the Reader cannot do it, use a stand-alone app: yProxy Pro
You need WinRAR or Universal Extractor
You need QuikPar
There is a learning curve. You may need help from a knowledgeable computer enthusiast setting up.
Pictures of simple nudity is legal in all U.S. jurisdictions, but for the sake of privacy, utilize SSL. When you sign up with Astraweb, there are instructions for connection to their secure server, ssl.astraweb.com
If you want to keep downloads private, I recommend you visit www.jetico.com marketers of military strength encryption BestCrypt Container Encryption (with B-C Wipe). A BestCrypt Container is the best place to store all your sensitive data, particularly your passwords. You need only know one strong password for a B-C Container. Then you can use unique passwords for each online account that look like this: jtIzrb+DMAnAyWsW+q9umn2tOYX9qF or something like this within the limitations of the site log-on. Most sites are copy and paste allowable as in the case of Zity.com
It is your Right in accordance with the Fourth Amendment to be secure in your papers and effects so the use of encryption is non-negotiable and without suspicion on its user.