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Sensual Photos Shatter The Idea That Strong Men Can't Be Vulnerable

Warning: This series contains nudity. If you’re not down, look away now! It wasn’t until New York-based photographer Jo Imperio was photographing her father that she realized how much of her ongoing project was inspired by their relationship. Imperio didn’t meet her dad, who moved away shortly after she was born, until she was 7 years old. Before that, “I only knew him through photographs,” she wrote in an email to The Huffington Post.
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