A Pleasant View senior citizen calendar is flying off the shelves in Ohio after members of an assisted living facility there bared it all for the photos.The calendar features a cover shot of three women, ages 87 to 94, with bare shoulders and feet peaking out from behind a banner that reads “Pleasant View, Pleasant Pointe,” People reported. the residents were like 20-year-olds — giggling and having the time of their lives, Pleasant Pointe administrator Teresa Morris told the Akron Beacon Journal.Other shots include strategically placed props such as oversized cards and exercise equipment. “I do not believe the elderly should just sit around staring at each other.
I love supporting their independence and will go above and beyond for each of them.” One of the participants, 98-year-old Maxine Garden, who posed as Miss January, recently passed away.
Pleasant View receptionist Tina Walker told NBC News that participating in the calendar made the residents feel important.
"They loved it, they absolutely loved it," she said.
"It made them feel young." The calendar has gotten widespread attention.
While most of the attention has been positive, some have questioned whether any of the residents were taken advantage of and if they all understood what they were getting into.
"There's nothing to be embarrassed about," Miller said.
"She's a beautiful woman." The Post published several nude photos -- which were reportedly taken in 1995 and appeared in a now-defunct French men's magazine -- that had not previously been published online.
The headline on its cover was "The Ogle Office." According to an article about the photographs, Trump told the Post, "Melania was one of the most successful models and she did many photo shoots, including for covers and major magazines.
This was a picture taken for a European magazine prior to my knowing Melania. His two prior marriages were also to models: Ivana Zelníčková and Marla Maples.
In Europe, pictures like this are very fashionable and common." Similarly, on "Reliable Sources," Miller noted, "These were photos that are 20 years old, before Mrs. Trump's numerous business ventures also include a modeling agency called Trump Model Management.
The Post -- which endorsed Trump for the Republican nomination in April -- also profiled the photographer behind the images, Jarl Alé Alexandre de Basseville, who now denounces the fashion industry.