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Expanded background works in the canon even reveal it has public baths and bath-houses. How much custom they actually get is a different matter.

Provost's Dog , set two centuries before the rest of the Tortall Universe books, really goes for this. However, it's mostly because Beka lives and works in the poorest part of the city, where good sanitation is warning people in the street that you're about to dump your chamberpot out the window.

Expensive districts are markedly cleaner, and Port Caynn has a decent for medieval times sewer system. Played straight and averted in Scott Meyer's Magic20 series.

While there are many smells that Martin isn't used to, life in 12th century England isn't that bad, even for the common folk. However, Martin specifically chose that time period after a quick Google search for the best time to live in Medieval England.

As it turns out, this was the intention of Phillip and the other wizards, who keep a certain book in print to get more time travelers to join them. There is one persistent man who keeps bothering Phillip about helping him with his dung-sifting business. Naturally, Phillip is not inclined to get involved.

All wizards finds ways to be more hygienic than the locals, especially where bathrooms are concerned. Being able to teleport and time travel helps. Tyler is noted as keeping an apartment in his own time specifically to use its bathroom. Phillip's toilet has a perpetual portal that transports the waste to just above Jimmy's statue's head.

Discussed in Ghoul , by Michael Slade. A section of background about London notes that sewage used to be thrown in a trench in the middle of the road. Workers known as "rakers" were paid to push the slop around, and one unfortunate fellow drowned in his own shit.

The novel also helpfully points out that the expression "going to the loo" came from the cry of "Gardy-loo! The tradition of the man walking on the outside also came from this, as he'd be more likely to be hit by falling excrement. In The Lighthouse Duet , the land of Navronne has famine, rain, and copious amounts of mud, and Valen sees the relatively simple food offered by the monks at Gillarine as a luxury, which says a lot about what the food is like elsewhere.

In this case, i's justified, as Navronne is mired in a protracted civil war that includes a faction of necromancers and a doomsday cult. Mary Renault didn't dwell on this too much in her books on Alexander the Great but did bring out his habit of frequent bathing meaning that a lot of other people followed his example.

Bathing was also important in the Persian court as described in the second book of the Alexander trilogy. In the non-fiction book The Nature of Alexander where she gives all the background information she found, she mentioned that the Persian courts also had lots of incense to cover up "the almost universal human stink".

Shogun sees the Values Dissonance between Blackthorne's Dutch sailors and their unwilling hosts in mediaeval Japan. The Westerners consider three baths in a lifetime is a sufficiency and come from cities where it is common to sling all your waste and refuse into the street. The Japanese have other ideas. Their first action is to have Blackthorne forcibly bathed and his clothing taken away, at arm's length, for incineration.

Blackthorne learns to adapt and bring his personal hygiene up to Japanese levels. His crew do not - they end up in the ghetto set aside, and preferably downwind, for the Eta , the Untouchable caste who do all the dirty work. Even the Eta are revulsed by typical Western standards of cleanliness A couple decide to buy Blackadder's house specifically because it doesn't have an indoor toilet.

Baldrick is occasionally mentioned to eat dung in the second and third series. The English mini-series of Sir Walter Scott 's Ivanhoe went for this kind of period accuracy in clothing, beards, and decor. On a small TV set, this left all the male characters looking drab, hairy, and nearly identical, while the scenes were so under-lit the parts of it might just as well have been shot in a cave.

Which is pretty close to the way it would really have been. And even the plebs aren't that badly off in terms of cleanliness, at least while in the titular city; Rome had plenty of public bathhouses that were cheap or free for citizens but not slaves. The Legendary Journeys had Herc's greedy friend Salmoneous invest in a dung-fertilizer business run by brothers who had become way too desensitized to the substance.

A key component of the daub in wattle and daub construction was manure. Subverted in the Mystery Science Theater episode "The Magic Sword", where Joel holds a Renaissance fair on the Satellite of Love, and Servo shows up as an indentured serf, making observations of the "real" Dark Ages, taking the fun out of Joel's fair.

Featured in one of the regular sketches in French and Saunders. Horrible Histories is an extended example; they point out gross things from every area of history, not just the medieval period, including how the Roman baths were only cleaned once a day and how the enlisted men in WWI had to find unusual uses for urine or, as the advertising voice said, "New!

World War 1 Wee-Wee! There were soaps both personal and laundry that were cheap enough to be made by any peasant. They even had primitive dental care. Naturally, the upperclass could afford better stuff and had more time for it but "unwashed masses" the lower classes were not. Hygiene is a luxury in the far future of Firefly. Making History depicts Colonial America this way.

When Chris first arrives there, he immediately throws up, as Dan warns him that the past smells like poo. On Game of Thrones , Westeros under King Joffrey is this, mainly because Joffrey doesn't give a damn about anyone but Joffrey, and doesn't see to it that his subjects have adequate food or infrastructure.

French farmers in the 's. He lets in several people, all of whom are dirty and tracking in straw. Murph opens up a window, because they smell.

One of the farm girls comments in French, "No dirt, no plague Also, it's only census data, so it doesn't explain why few of those women were having babies after Sure, it could mean that those women were going through menopause or perimenopause sooner than women today do. But it could also reflect that those women were dying early of diseases such as The Black Death , or dying in childbirth , or that their husbands had gone off to war, or maybe sex after a certain age was considered "unseemly," or many other possible explanations.

And the risk of a live birth with a birth defect does double: So you can have babies later in life than you've been led to believe. In an earlier episode, he goes on to explain that up until the late 19th and early 20th centuries, many towns and cities were like this, and many people got sick and died.

Even rich people just relieved themselves wherever. It took the construction of sewer systems, and even reversing the direction of a river to solve this problem. Often glossed over in the Fighting Fantasy world, but Blacksand! In some parts of the city, there's so much mud and horse crap on the streets, that it can be waist deep for a Dwarf.

A typical Bretonnian army has both the stereotypical Arthurian knights and the gross, almost-worthless filth-covered peasants they've conscripted. The Brettonian dukedom of Mousillon is the logical extreme to this trope. The malformed peasants are almost all inbred, mutants or infected with plague. The graveyards of Mousillon are larger than the city itself, and undead roaming outside the gates is a constant problem.

Logical Extreme for humans, anyway. The Skaven, which are bi-pedal, intelligent rat people with a perchant for highly advanced, if unstable technology, are much, much worse still. Since they exist in the hundreds of millions all over the world but live underground, and are back-stabby and cannibalistic and worship a God of pestilence and decay, their cities are more mold and rot than wood and stone the capital is literally sinking a little more into a morast of death every year , their soldiers are disease-ridden and wear more filth than cloth to say nothing of the "peasants" and they even have have a magic discipline focused around decay and disease.

Where humans usually at least try, Skaven don't even care, nor do they need to. Pendragon is this at the earliest points in its timeline, with the player characters being little better than armoured thugs on horses. As the game's metaplot progresses, it moves towards and finally reaches Ye Goode Olde Days with the player characters as Knights in Shining Armour. Demon's Souls and Dark Souls , both being heavily influenced by Berserk are this.

It's most obvious in the Vally of Defilement and Blighttown respectively. These areas are nasty, disgusting, plague ridden towns built over swamps. Of Orcs And Men loves this, particularly in the lower-class human areas. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim doesn't shy away from how filthy it gets, at least when you're outside of the cities, and even within some of the cities its run down and disgusting in the right places.

In fact, there's even a character creation option to smear your Dragonborn with dirt across their face. Yet they are well aware about hygiene. Every bandit camp has at least one corner with a bucket, and houses have washbasins - which is historically accurate, norse people bathed at least weekly, had running water, and saunas are as antique as the norse people. Thief has technology well beyond The Middle Ages , but it still fits this trope. People make comments like "We still have our lives and most of our teeth!

Some thugs in Riverside can be overheard discussing a particularly sweet-smelling prostitute who lathers herself in perfume; she apparently has quite a waiting list. Appears in The Order of the Stick once, with some mud-farming peasants. A Vagrant where some of the costumes in a film depicting medieval times are not completely appropriate for the era, and the director says "Just rub some dirt on them, I guess.

No one's gonna care. Parodied in this video , which applies this trope to a Disney musical. There are giant piles of manure, carts full of dead babies, child brides, and even the singing princess coughs up blood and looks forward to dying in childbirth. Played heavily straight with in two of the lands of Neopets ; the medieval land of Meridell and the prehistoric land of Tyrannia. One could make a drinking game out of all the dung-related items that come from both.

It details the story of a young boy whose father came down with cholera, and who worked to create change in his village, so that no one would ever get such a horrible disease again.

The country Glordale from the Legatum series is well-known for how abhorrent its hygiene is. A lot of its residents are just fine not bathing for weeks, sometimes months, it's not uncommon for people to empty their chamber pots into the middle of the street, many characters wear basic, tattered clothing, trash litters the streets of certain towns, and some of the grosser residents are just fine urinating or defecating in public—or, in some cases, going right in their trousers.

One of the Pinky and the Brain plots is to gain money via Robin Hood methods, and get indoor plumbing to England, which would inspire the people to make them kings. While everything else works, the plan falls flat because the English didn't want to be bathed, believing hot water and soap to be a lethal combination. In the short lived cartoon Mad Jack the Pirate , Jack and Snuck visited a very poor village who worshipped an animal and rubbed its droppings on their clothing.

This from the same series that regularly portrays The '50s unflatteringly, with iron-toothed racial segregation even in the North! It's one of the first hints that Mewni isn't as great as it seems It is a commonly repeated belief that bathing was considered sinful during the Middle Ages. This is not entirely true; what the Church disapproved of was not bathing, but bathhouses , which were holdovers from the Roman Empire, and not without reason.

In Greek and Roman times, bathing was a social activity when people would go to public bathhouses and gymnasiums not just to keep clean, but to relax, socialize with peers, and also to engage in prostitution. These were seen as places of decadence, with opponents describing them as brothels in all but name and this being Ancient Rome and Greece, would have involved homosexuality as well. The fact is many people in the Middle Ages did bathe, but mostly at home or in streams. It was actually after the Middle Ages in the supposedly "enlightened" Renaissance and the Early Modern Period that bathing and hygiene standards declined.

In Russia, where the forests were so abundant that even now there are mooses on the prowl in downtown Moscow sometimes, the concept of weekly bathing pretty much never died. It was one of the reasons why the Black Death outbreaks were relatively weak there.

Well, that and the general lack of enormous concentrations of people in the filthy cities — Russian cities always were more spread out. That and the climate was not friendly to the primary disease vector, the Oriental Rat Flea, which required a warmer climate, even during the Medieval Warm Period, when the Black Death occurred. Russian ambassadors at King Louis XIV 's court wrote back home of the "animalic" stench around the courtiers and the King himself.

Queen Isabella II of Spain bathed only twice in her entire life. This is the queen we're talking about here. Louis XIV of France is another famous ruler who is said to not have bathed more than a few times in his life most of the occasions when he did get clean from head to toe was when he was about to enjoy a new mistress for the first time.

The contrast with the Gorgeous Period Dress of the time is all the more glaring this was actually one reason for using heavy perfume — to cover foul body odors. He more often used a steam bath then known as a "Turkish bath", though not identical to Turkish hammams.

The Polish Plait , a sort of welding of the hair due to excessive dirt in a pigtail, which according to name was common among Polish peasants, affected even King Christian IV of Denmark. It would be horrible even to imagine how the lower classes looked in comparison to their King Mariners of later parts of the Age Of Sail when water was at a premium on board all ships would help this process along with some tar.

Following horses to clean up after them is relatively recent. Before then, wherever they wanted to go, they went. Wells once wrote a pretty apocalyptic article where he pictured London covered to the roofs in the horse dung — due to rapidly increasing traffic. This is why when automobiles became common is cities, it was seen as being good for the environment: Not to mention the "occasional" dead horse: In New York City removed fifteen thousand dead horses from its streets.

Up until the 19th century, the water from the Thames was used both for drinking and sewage. This is why there are portraits of kids drinking beer; it was much safer than water. The brutally hot summer of was known in London as "The Great Stink" , the Thames became so pestilential that the Parliament at Westminster shut itself down because the stench from the river was unbearable.

In some places, it was said that that feces, dead fish, and industrial sludge piled up six feet deep by the shore. Fortunately, this became the final straw that led to the building of massive sewers and water treatment facilities that rehabilitated the Thames. Averted by the Vikings, surprisingly. Explains why they were popular with the Englishwomen. On the flip side, to Muslim observers, who are required to wash their hands and faces five times a day for religious reasons can't pray if your face and hands aren't washed they were still too filthy and disgusting.

One reason for this may have been the way the Vikings washed themselves. A bowl of water would be passed along round a circle of men. The first man to wash himself was the one of highest rank. After having washed himself, a practice that also included spitting and blowing one's nose, the now dirty water was passed along to the next man, who in turn washed HIS face in the dirty, spit- and snot-filled water. This kept going until everybody was done, so you can probably imagine what kind of water the last guy in line had to wash his face with.

Artists must resist the temptation to corrupt their images with elements that please the senses but not the mind, with something they saw on TV, or with settings that reflect the world as it really is instead of the way it could be with a little extra effort. He creates uniquely beautiful images of a world where we want to live, a world where pretty women feel perfectly natural and safe being naked and admired, right smack dab in our daily lives, in any setting.

We love Jeffery's work because it demonstrates simply that a nude woman in any setting is not improper. It says the world should be a place where such a scene would be considered perfectly natural. It says that the men and women who admire her are good, not bad.

It says female beauty is not naughty, but nice. This might sound like an easy choice but with the entire world howling about the evils of female beauty it is not only the rarest choice, it's an heroic one. We hope you'll make that choice too. Okay, wise guy, here's a question for you. What do the following have in common: They are all a challenge to think, and more, to live, to strive, to be successful and to be happy.

Only those who want to live a full, long and happy life have any use for these things. The anti-value people out there, the ones I call 'death worshippers' do not. The once-human part of them senses that they should, but rather than listen to their conscience they resent it instead. They are the ones who you always hear attacking female beauty, or any human accomplishment, including money, or modern medicine, or justice, or science, or space travel, or, well you get the idea.

We've been thinking lately, of the god-like powers female beauty seems to have to motivate men to achieve good things, to create wealth, to pull off daring rescues, to break through boundaries, to discover new lands, to develop new drugs, to defend themselves from evil, etc.

Of course, there is no such thing as God, male or female, but as I've said, female beauty is as close to anything I can even conceive of as God. Beauty is a godhead beaconing and welcoming those who want to live, the pro-value, the human. It is one of the greatest human motivators we know of, and has always been a most marvellous spiritual inspiration to us.

Hopefully the desire for a woman of your own will make you go after your dreams too, be it the career you've always dreamed of, the success you've always wanted, the life you most want to live, the idea you've held so dear. In fact maybe Mia will be the one to remind you how much you want to be happy.

So enjoy the beauty in these new photos of Mia. It's the smart thing to do. The converse of this bit of wisdom is less said, but equally true, and extremely pertinent to today's gallery. It goes like this: We hope the beauty of Laura can make everyone think twice about the mounting movement to ban nudity from public display, and how much they will lose from it.

For example, this particular set was shot on a very special public beach in the UK in the middle of summer. It is one of the increasingly rare places of incredible natural beauty where this is still possible.

If nudity ever gets so stigmatised that it becomes impossible you would lose not only this set, but all nudes in nature. Models like Laura would lose their careers and you would lose all photos of women beautiful enough to be models.

So before you think that campaigns against Page3 or girly mags or bikinis in stores or sexy ads don't concern you or your love of natural nudes, think again. Our personal view is that make-up is one of the few holdovers from another century that is still popular in this one.

Obviously it was invented to make women look more beautiful, but how did we decide on big eyelashes, dark eyelids, even skin, rosy cheeks, high cheekbones and red wet lips? Each of these represents a desirable quality. Big eyelashes represent youth, dark eyelids represent seriousness, even skin represents health, rosy cheeks represent purpose, high cheekbones represent strength and red, wet lips represent sexual availability. Beauty is the representation of values, and since make-up represents those values, it creates beauty.

But it's our belief that there are more important values in life than the ones represented by make-up. For example, intelligence, benevolence, morality, courage, innocence, wisdom, etc. We find that NOT wearing make-up is the best way to project these qualities. Which is why NOT wearing make-up can often make a woman more beautiful than wearing it can. We think this is true in this set of Rhian.

What do YOU think? Her work with other photographers for us was always gorgeous and fun, and we knew she had a happy, vibrant personality to go along with her megawatt smile, but we'd never had the opportunity to actually meet her in person until very recently on our trip to the UK when we were lucky enough to be able to shoot with her ourselves - a longtime goal for both of us.

It was beyond amazing. In person Kelly is even more vibrant, more fun, and more beautiful than photos can capture. She has an infectious laugh and a wicked sense of humour, is as generous and open as your best friend, and a total pro as a model. Truly one of the most delightful people we've ever met. As photographers we were thrilled to discover she also has that elusive top gear, easily shifting into being sexy, sultry and sophisticated on top of everything else.

She really does have it all - beauty, charm, wit, intelligence, and sizzling hot sex appeal. The ideal combination for creating the ultimate scorching beauty. Sounding exactly like religious fanatics, they cite their belief that Page 3 is nothing but porn and doesn't belong in public.

What a sorrowful lack of vision these women - and men - seem to have, apparently seeing nothing noble, honorable, or beautiful in Page 3, and perhaps in the female body in general?

Just across the channel, however, France is still honouring the female body in public places, government buildings, even on their money, and has been for about years, in the form of la Marianne , the topless female symbol of Liberty and Reason captured so beautifully in the painting by Delacroix. This view of the nude female as something profound can be seen around the world today whenever you see a bare breast in an old public sculpture, usually representing Truth, Justice, Freedom, or Victory.

But why should these pillars of civilization be relegated to the past and forgotten in crumbling monuments? Especially considering that women in Britain are among the freest in the world, it would be an epic fail of national proportion. Two things that go hand in hand. In my world the word was created for her. From her beautiful, radiant eyes that will melt your heart if you look into them for longer than 2 seconds, right down to her pretty foot tattoos, every inch of Mel is a sight to behold.

But if you think her talents end there then you're sorely mistaken. In a world where so many misguided, ill-informed people come to the conclusion that models are nothing more than sex objects, Mel is one of many that defy this ridiculous logic on a daily basis.

Two massively successful careers and all at the age of Porn lovers tell us we're a poor excuse for a philosophy site, that we should just drop all the words and just give them something to drool at.

The desire to remove our minds from sex is the desire to get away with perversion, and the desire to remove sexuality from philosophy is the desire to get away with prudishness. What's surprising is that in the common example we gave it's the feminists who want to remove the mind from sex and the pervs who want to remove the sex from philosophy! Somehow we simply don't mind looking silly to such people.

And if you work at Body in Mind you even see them at your job. But none of that really matters if you don't have a naked woman at home.

All of those other places and publications are really meant to show you how to get a naked woman in your own home, in your own life, in your own way. You can be an artist, an athlete or an anthropologist; you can be 18, 38 or 68; you are never too old or too out of touch to want or to get a lovely naked woman in your home, which means, in your life. And all you have to do to get it is be interesting or in love enough to make a woman want to be that lady.

But it's not always the easiest thing to do. And to all the naked ladies in the world who will always have a home in our hearts. We have reality for reality. We need the media because we need a place to dream, to invent, to sort, to take chances, to make mistakes relatively safely without risking our lives, to try one wild idea after another and see what works, what doesn't, and what we never thought possible.

The media is our dreamscape, our vacation from reality, our great escape. If reality is our body, the media is our spirit. Those who want to control the media not only want to control our minds, they want to break our spirit, outlaw beauty, dictate our future, and cripple our dreams.

People who want to control the reality of others are bad enough. They are the thugs, criminals, and looters. But beware even more of anyone who wants to control the media. For they are the harbingers of living death. Are women trying to screw themselves? Ironically they are doing it in order to "protect" children.

Let's stop for a second to make sure we understand this point. These women are teaching their children that their mother's body - the thing that attracted their fathers to their mother and gave birth to them - is a bad thing. Never mind that you can't protect young girls by teaching them that their bodies are horrible. Never mind that teaching boys that women are evil will make chauvinists and predators out of them.

So we watch with horror as women the world over attack sexy models on the covers of magazines in grocery stores, as they publicly shame women at the beach for wearing bikinis, and as they press their politicians to outlaw attractive women on TV, for stricter dress codes at work, and stricter "morals" in music videos.

It's just as if women actually want to be politically and forcibly reduced to nothing but rightless breeding cows under Sharia law. If that is what they want they are on exactly the right track. And if it isn't, well, so far, they have sure fooled us. From where we stand, it definitely appears the start of the new millenium will go down in history as the era when women the world over totally screwed themselves.

Ladies, please please please prove us wrong. Nudity alone is not enough to quality a woman as undignified, therefore nudity alone is not enough to qualify as objectification. Objectification also requires a woman to be treated as a tool for others' purposes.

Glamour photos may be a "tool" for titillation, but the models are not. Nor could they ever be, unless they were slaves. NoMorePage3, however, which is a campaign to fire all Page3 models, does objectify women. It robs them of their dignity by treating models as mere tools for NMP3's political gain - as mindless, expendable objects, neither asking the models' opinion nor giving them any choice. Like anyone who tries to victimise innocent women NoMorePage3 tries to dehumanise their victims. This is one of the reasons we like to do Day in the Life series on BiM.

We treat models as real people with real lives with real feelings and real power over their lives. Most of the nipples freed in public will belong to breastfeeding mothers and most of the nipples freed in the media will belong to models. The group doing this in Britain right now is called NoMorePage3.

Page3 is a daily topless glamour model in many of the tabloids that has come to be a bit of an institution over the last 40 years to the point it now uses its popularity and power to promote many important charities. Britain has also had legalised public breastfeeding for roughly the same period.

Britain freed the nipple long ago. Canada tried to solve the "problem" of topless models when it freed nipples. This somewhat ambiguous message resulted in very few women actually going topless in Ontario.

Nipples were free in public, but not in the paper. The old laws were gone, but the stigma remained. And so did the sleeping power in women's breasts.

This is the real reason to free women's bodies: The aesthetic power of the human body has always inspired morality in humankind, from Greek gods to the Renaissance to modern superheros. It's time to free women's bodies - to free the nipple culturally and commercially - on main street and in the media, so the world can finally have the much needed divine feminine as a model and equal influence in building a new ethos.

Scout rightly reminded this person that the model is a person who deserves respect. Personally we find it odd that so many people make so many assumptions - usually negative ones - about beautiful women, especially those who pose nude. Perhaps this is one of the reasons so many women these days seem to resent glamour photography. So in the interest of fighting this kind of lookist bigotry we thought some of you might be interested to know that the model in the censored photo and in this "Breathless" set is not a professional nude model or porn star.

There's a reason bigotry is wrong. Lookism, racism, sexism, ageism all cause us to commit injustice against good people, and make only the person doing it look bad. After all it's women who are changing the world these days, not men. And they're doing it with their breasts. Armed with an irresistibly good nature and of course breasts the size of We sincerely hope breasts do become the new symbol for bravery.

If they do, it will change forever the meaning of the phrase "She's got real boobs! And with 7 billion people on the planet we'd say it's doing its job quite well.

What most people don't know is that nature has an additional purpose in mind for female beauty, one meant to temper blind reproduction, and that is: Beauty inspires morality by lighting up our brains every time we see the image of our values.

For example you will find your dream home beautiful, or a country that has the sort of geography you prefer will be first on your vacation plans because it will look beautiful to you. Female beauty is no different. It always represents your values in a woman. It doesn't matter who you are or where you live it will always be true.

It is an objective unchanging principle of female beauty. Ethics is part of our nature, as sure as reproduction is. And female beauty inspires both. It's our hope that human beings will learn to use the power of female beauty ethically as well as sexually, to inspire change in ourselves and improvements in our world, just as nature intended.

If we don't learn, the future doesn't look very bright or beautiful. Inner beauty versus outer beauty Many people claim that when it comes to human females, unlike everything else in the universe, beauty is actually on the inside. But by praising "inner beauty" they are actually attempting to downplay and belittle "outer" beauty.

This is why they never tell us exactly what character traits actually create this "inner beauty". But in reality, "inner beauty" is responsible for making a woman beautiful - not figuratively, but literally.

If a woman like Vika appears to possess these things then she becomes more beautiful, not just on the inside, but outside , where it counts. Inner beauty already has a name.

Let's give outer beauty its due, and its own word. The unbearable innocence of Page 3 Page 3 is the most innocent form of female nudity possible. It is not porn as many of its protestors claim, it's not even sexual. The models are young, healthy, confident women who generally just stand there topless, smiling benevolently.

There are no overt sexual overtones, no bitten fingers, no fake pouts, no guilty sneers or coy slyness, no feigned moans of sexual ecstasy. Just a pleasant woman with a nice body. We believe that is precisely why Page 3 is so often attacked.

Not because it's disgusting porn, but because it's not. Launched in the s at the height of the women's movement Page 3 introduced nudity to newspapers for the first time and remains a placeholder and touchstone of freedom and empowerment for women. For example, FEMEN's topless public protests would never get the media coverage they do today if not for Page 3 and what's behind it: Page 3's innocent virtues have garnered respect for the female body from a majority of an entire country.

To our knowledge this has never happened before, ever, anywhere. Unfortunately, it's also attracted what sexy women always do: For centuries ignorance of the female body and the nature of its beauty led to fear of female sexuality on an almost hysterical scale.

Virgins were believed to have enough raw sexual power to appease gods and were summarily sacrificed, witches were burned alive to rid the world of a power people could only conceive of as satanic. It's been easy for haters to make people see female beauty and sexuality as a scary and powerful force.

And they used this fear to deny women freedom and rights throughout history. But what is this scary, powerful force in female sexuality? Innocence is the force people have feared in women for millennia.

They fear it because it threatens the moral stranglehold they've had on women. Of course Page 3's enemies will never admit they hate Page 3 for its virtues. Instead they try to stop us from seeing them. They shamelessly denounce Page 3's charity work as an attempt to justify porn in the paper and suggest Page 3 models should just go into mainstream porn. They claim it's because Page 3 is more ubiquitous than porn. But we suspect it's because Page 3 is simply more respectable. After all, the common is the morally acceptable and thus the influential.

In fact the nudity, beauty and innocence of Page 3 was one the early inspirations for bodyinmind. We think Page 3 should be proud of its virtue, because at the end of the day, only the depraved find it unbearable. I mean what kind of people value porn more than charity?! Many claim Page 3's protestors are simply jealous of Page 3 models' beauty. But in reality it's what's inside, it's innocence they can't stand. Feminists are famous for claiming they would love to see a world created by women but if true why then do some of them waste their efforts trying to take over the world created by men and devote themselves to killing anything that grows naturally from the beauty, sexuality, and natural power of women?

Such as beautiful photos of happily nude women? The answer is simple: They are fake feminists. Instead of seeing women as noble creatures, intelligent, proud, strong, they see women as small, powerless, and stupid. They appoint themselves champions of those few fainting females who are unable to fend for themselves in "a man's world". They assume to do the thinking and parenting for young women who are supposedly hopelessly confused and frightened by sexual imagery and fashion ads.

And they consistently attack the few strong women brave enough to openly use and enjoy their beauty and sexuality. In fact, we can't even imagine men seeing women as poorly or treating them as badly as fake feminists do. Women are not the crying, cringing, clinging creatures fake feminists make them out to be. Women are nothing more - and nothing less - than half the human race. Reminding us that women already ARE men's equals in every conceivable way is what real feminism is all about.

Can you name even one? And if you can, can you also say if she earns her living from it or not? Do you even know if any of them do? You might be surprised. Body in Mind has worked with nude art models for more than 16 years. The sad truth is that even the best of them can rarely make a better living than they could as teachers, waitresses or hairdressers.

One of the reasons for this is that so many people are willing to enjoy their photos without so much as a thought for the them. Many "fans" even claim to worship the ground the models walk on, yet will not cough up a dime to pay for any of their pics. In fact, since joining Twitter we have discovered hundreds of tweeters posting thousands of nude photos to millions of people all over the world looking for free nude photos. Denying credit is art theft, and retweeting uncredited photos is dealing in stolen goods.

So we urge you, if you consider yourself a fan of nude models, start by treating them with at least the same respect as your waitress or hairdresser. Pay her for her services or at least give her credit. And refuse to retweet any uncredited photos. Otherwise you are robbing models of their livelihood, and ultimately yourself of your favourite models.

Doesn't really make sense now does it? So let's all support the profession of nude modeling. Let's help the models make the money they deserve and achieve the fame they need to make the photos we love.

Pin her up; don't cut her off. Superbeauty is pretty much what it sounds like. It's female beauty that takes beauty to a new higher level.

Superbeauty also looks like something from Playboy, except with a completely non-sexual moral slant. This has been the goal of Body in Mind since it began - the infusion of objective human values into images of nude women. It's a chance to catch our ladies in their most relaxed, comfortable and real moments, just being their effortlessly lovely selves, as Alece is in this set. She'd been working on her body very hard and was proud and eager to show it off.

What resulted are many many wonderful sets of Alece expressing her pride in her body and her love of being beautiful. There are few things on earth more charming than a truly happy woman, and few things that make men fall in love quicker.

We invite everyone to fall in love with Alece, as naturally and effortlessly as we did. No man wishes his girlfriend or wife would wear MORE make-up. The truth is women don't wear make-up for men. They do it to compete with other women. Conventional wisdom says men are the competitive sex.

But the truth is women might be far more competitive than men. Even to the point of obsession. For example, can you imagine men being more interested in images of other men than in images of women? Yet women would rather look at other fully dressed women than naked men! Furthermore, the whole feminist movement, might it simply be about taking over the political and cultural reigns of civilisation? Since men already seem to be quite afraid of them, women taking over the world really means taking over control of other women.

Perhaps this is why beauty-hating feminists are so determined to eliminate images of sexy women from our culture. And why they want to so badly that they are even willing to condemn anti-cancer campaigns that employ sexy spokesmodels or no-make-up selfies by beautiful women.

And why they're not concerned with magazines that viciously attack female celebrities for being too thin or too fat. And why they consistently paint other women as victims when they're not. And why their solution is to force equal numbers of women into government when women themselves don't want to run.

Guess who'll get those positions? Thank goodness we no longer expect each other to do so. We can only hope women will become less estranged from their natural sexuality too, will start looking at men more than women, and will lighten up.

Make-up is really pretty silly, on men, or women. And so it trying to stick your pointy shoe up the world's ass. Can the same thing be said of human beauty? If the beauty of art can make us more human, cannot the physical beauty of the human nude do so as well?

Couldn't this be the reason our culture is obsessed with images of beautiful women? Cynics say "sex sells". But is this really the full explanation? Images of beautiful women date back to pre-history, and aesthetics, the science that studies the role of beauty in our lives has been a part of every serious philosophy since the ancient Greeks invented it.

We humans do not. We have to choose what is good or bad for us. Instinct cannot help us, but beauty can. This is how art makes us more human.

And it's how female beauty does too. Beauty inspires good people to admire it and to be better. Unfortunately it also inspires bad people to be worse, to hate beauty and attack values. There is perhaps no more depraved question a person can ask than "Why do we need beauty?

To dismiss artistic images of human beauty as merely sex inducement is to completely miss the value and beauty of female beauty itself, and is to miss out on being fully human. In fact even our own Rhian received thanks from a man for saving his life. Sorry, but when people let their resentment of sexy women get in the way of common sense we have to speak up. Asking sexy women to stop promoting charities is so outrageously mean spirited that we almost choke in anger and disbelief.

Of course cancer patients and survivors deserve consideration for their feelings, commiseration for their suffering, as well as admiration and praise for their courage. However being a cancer patient - or professing concern for one - does not mean you get to insult others with impunity. It doesn't mean you get to stop attempts to prevent cancer because you don't like the spokesperson.

And it certainly doesn't mean you get to increase the risk others will get cancer just because you did. No one in society gets to use their own personal problems or suffering to inflict suffering on others. In the last few years sexy women have shown an amazing ability to raise awareness and money for charity, and their ability to raise so much to fight cancer is a reason to admire them even more, not less. Regardless of their differences, Page 3 glamour photos serve the same function for men as romance novels do for women.

The most obvious difference is that topless men appear on the covers of romance novels, while topless women are hidden on Page 3 of the paper. Society has taught us that the only purpose of the female body is sex and that sex is something to be ashamed of, so topless models on the front page wouldn't fly. Another difference is that Page 3 contains nudity to titillate men while romance novels often contain very explicit sex scenes to titillate women.

Women's sexuality has to be hidden, again this time in the pages of a book. But the main difference is that romance novels are words and Page 3 is photos. Both serve the function of beauty, art, and romance but Page 3 is a man's type and romance novels are a woman's.

Modern science has shown us that men's and women's brains develop differently. So men prefer images of happy, sexy women in romantic locations and women prefer stories about strong, sexy men in romantic relationships with women. So perhaps women can be forgiven for thinking men are as easily excited by Page 3.

But men know better. We know it's just an image, albeit a very pretty one, just as women know the hero in a romance is just a story. Perhaps in an ideal world all men would be heroes and women would be more sexual and we wouldn't need romance novels or Page 3. But until that world arrives, let's be glad we have both.

And let's change the question from should "porn" be in a newspaper, to should men's idea of romance be allowed in public like women's is? Of course you do. The sexiest gunfighter ever. I particularly remember the reviews for that movie.

They were especially critical of Sharon's performance in spite of the fact that she's sexy as hell in it and it's still completely watchable today nearly 20 years later. But I wasn't surprised by the critics attacks. I've seen sexy women attacked all my life, always, apparently, for no reason. Knowing he would lose the bad guy shot and killed the good guy's wife instead of shooting at the good guy, knowing full well the good guy would shoot and kill him.

We figured after 20 years it's high time for a sexy gunfighter to kick some more evil villain butt. Men want to keep women down. These are the two most common modern sexual prejudices. They are also 2 of the oldest.

They come from a time before birth control and before paternity tests. Back then women were naturally very hesitant to have sex outside of marriage. There were no welfare programs to help pay for their children's care. A man's problems were different. Capitalism was still a thing of the future, so making a living was rarely an option. Thus paternity was everything. A family's survival depended on knowing your sons were really yours.

Working out of the home, getting an education, being single, were all frowned upon and discouraged in women, by men. Happily times have changed. There is no longer any basis for thinking women don't like sex or in keeping women down, and these prejudices are disappearing.

If you doubt it you should join us on Twitter. If you do you'll discover 2 wonderful things: Peepers are those people who selfishly enjoy a photo or video of a nude woman without once asking who she is or where the photo came from. To them it just doesn't matter. They don't care what her name is, who made the photo, or how it came to be on their computer screen.

They make no attempt to know her, compliment her, or pay her. They take an eyeful without her knowledge, simply because they can. They don't care if the photo was stolen, published without permission or shared illegally. They don't care if the model makes so little money due to file sharing that she has to quit and do something else. And most worrying of all is that they don't care if the model gave her permission for them to see her naked. Such people invariably claim to be admirers of beautiful women, and that they didn't mean to take advantage.

Well, that's what peeping Toms say too. So if you see a photo without original credit, don't pass it on. And posting it makes you an accessory.

Besides, you have a perfectly good name. Why change it to "Tom"? Yet modern intellectual feminists love to take credit for all the freedom women enjoy today. And the glamour industry has grown fold. So one has to wonder, if feminism has failed so badly to destroy glamour, how could they have been the ones responsible for the average woman's new found freedoms?

Could feminists really be such failures in one area but so brilliant in another? Feminists tell us sexual abuse of women has also risen dramatically but this begs the question of who has been spreading the idea all this time that sexual women should be kept down? Feminists will tell you female beauty is responsible. But reason - and 20 seconds of thought - says it isn't. I am an animal too In a few days the Canadian government will begin turning the snow red with the blood of hundreds of thousands of baby seals.

They call it a "harvest" as if bashing seal pups on the head, impaling them with hooks, and skinning them is the same as reaping corn. Why do they do this every single year even though there is next to no market for seal meat or skins?

The usual reason politicians do anything: Every year the Canadian government spends thousands of dollars - millions in total - supporting a make-work project for "unemployed" fishermen in order to win their votes instead of spending the money to transition them into real jobs. And every year mother seals, having spent 3 months protecting and nursing their pups with the tenderest of care, are forced to watch in horror as their darling babies are heartlessly butchered right in front of them.

Saving the baby seals is a cause very dear to our hearts at Body in Mind because we are Canadian, and because we hate cruelty and the kind of stupidity that creates so much pointless suffering. We hope all our fans, viewers, readers and supporters will donate whatever they can afford to the Canadian animal welfare organisation, IFAW.

ORG, the world's leader in monitoring and fighting to end the seal hunt forever. Please help today to put an end to Canada's red snow once and for all.

Thank you so much! Glamour rocks It's becoming clear to us that what modern feminists mean by "media sexism" is glamour images. It's important to remember that sexuality has always been the greatest mover of mankind and motivator of social progress. Yet each of these areas has suffered vicious, puritanical attempts to remove the very sexuality from them that gave them life.

And it seems the glamour industry will be the next to suffer this fate. But at what cost? In recent decades Canada and Sweden have both outlawed glamour images in the media to a great extent. Canada is systematically destroying its wildlife and medical system. Can the removal of glamour images in a culture really cause such dramatic, wide sweeping disasters? If sex is what moves us forward, then certainly limiting it will move us backwards. And like anything real, if you push it it will push back.

Attack it and it will bite you on the ass. Miley does not perform nude, at least not yet, but does strike shockingly sexual poses in her act and on television. Perhaps because Miley was half naked in the photo and, quite ironically, topless. And any attempts to shame people into giving it up or to make them think their love of female beauty is somehow immoral, will only make them more accepting of immorality in popular photos and will only make sexual imagery more popular.

Obviously there is nothing immoral or demeaning about any woman posing topless or being sexual but we do all have to decide if it's the human body or sexual imagery we don't want our kids to see. In a free society there is no other choice.

Stop denouncing harmless glamour images, specifically Page 3. And for everyone else? Don't attack female beauty in any form. Attack it and it will bite you - and perhaps even your kids - on the ass. Real sexism - keeping women down simply because they are women - ended in countries like England and America about a century ago when women were freed to live on the same terms as men. Since then women have shown their true colours and have earned equality on almost every level.

Yet today many politically ambitious feminists re-task sexism to mean images of sexy women in the media and blame it for all our current problems. They tell us that failure to live up to media standards of beauty causes crippling self-esteem issues in girls that lead to lower ambition and even self-abuse in women. They also claim media "sexism" gives boys unrealistic expectations about what real women should look like which later leads to men harassing, abusing and assaulting women.

In reality it's not sexism but lookism that causes these things. Young girls all expect to be beautiful princesses when they're older so the attacks on their self-esteem come much sooner and from a source much closer to them than the media. I'm talking about young girls whose parents and loved ones criticise them for not being beautiful enough or who praise them too much for simply being beautiful. Most girls experience years of this brainwashing from family and friends before they are old enough to have self-esteem issues, long before they know if they'll be a great beauty or not, which means long before they begin to compare themselves to models and movie stars in the media.

Does the fact that little girls are routinely judged by and treated differently according to their looks mean beauty is bad? Female beauty is one of the glories of mankind, it creates children, inspires romance in men, and empowers women economically, socially, politically. Fighting lookism is not about fighting beauty. It's about recognizing that beauty is an image only, a wonderful image that represents but does not replace real human values.

Beauty reminds us of all the things we hope to find in a real person one day. As children we instinctively assume beautiful people possess more admirable qualities of character and greater intellectual and physical abilities than uglier people.

As adults we learn this isn't true. Yet due to the lure and power of beauty we tend to ignore the people who do possess admirable qualities. Lookism, not sexism, warps young boys too. Most parents completely fail to teach their sons the real purpose of female beauty which is to inspire them to be the best they can be, to make art, to excel at sports, etc. Both boys and girls need to be taught that personal character and values are what makes a person attractive in a lasting way to the opposite sex.

Physical beauty has great power and a grand purpose in the scheme of things. But because of it we often miss many golden opportunities for deeply meaningful relationships.

Fighting lookism is really about freeing the only thing in human life grander and more powerful than beauty. Fighting lookism is about love.

Page 3 - the definition of glamour Glamour means beauty for its own sake. Yes the photos sell the magazine or paper they are in but the magazine or paper are not in the photos. That is the difference between a glamour photo and a glamourous advertisement. We buy a product in an ad because the beautiful girl makes us think it will make our life better. But we buy a glamour photo because it will. SI does this because the world has been pretty hard on glamour photos.

So much so that it seems the pretty topless photos on Page 3 are possibly the only true glamour photos still being published for wide circulation in the world today. Page 3 is definitely beauty for beauty's sake. And yes, it sells. And yes, it's attacked.

We just hope for beauty's sake it survives. Why is it okay for a woman to be the object of affection but not okay to be a sex object? It's okay to love women, but not to want sex with them? We hear feminists these days constantly accusing men and the media of treating women like sex objects, never admitting men might actually feel affection, admiration or even romance for women they are turned on by.

Such feminists actually reduce men to sex objects - they can't imagine men seeing sexy women in any way other than sexual. In reality though, judging from the world around us and the number of marriages and romances out there, most men see sex as something that is shared with an interested, consenting, sexy partner. A man with a healthy libido and a healthy view of women and himself sees sex as not just intercourse, but mutual respect, romance and love, perhaps even marriage and kids. Yes some men think sex is just copulation and that women are there just for them - and a tiny subset of these men think a woman's interest and consent are not necessary.

There are laws to protect women from such men. So don't listen to sexist feminists who objectify men by claiming men objectify women.

The affection men have for sexy women is real. And there's every reason for women to have the same affection back. They, along with all of the other Page 3 models in Britain, have carried the Sun for 43 years. They are the real cause of the newspaper's success. They are its heroes. Kelly and Rhian and the Page 3 models have shown just how much good female beauty can do.

Both ladies devote much of their time to promoting charities, raising money for war heroes and testicular cancer. The phenomenon of beautiful women using the beauty of their bodies to do good things is a brand new one. We've never seen anything like it before. Women's sports teams do nude calendars to raise money for their causes. FEMEN uses their bare breasts to draw attention to women's rights. Women around the world are baring their bodies in political protest.

There can be no doubt about it. Female beauty is doing good things. The anti-beauty crowd, however, will tell you that praising the power of female beauty is simply another male ploy to keep women in their place as sex objects. For example, Page 3's detractors openly declare the topless models are there to sell the paper.

Contradictorily, instead of seeing the models as the driving force of the paper, protesters see them as helpless sex objects. Naturally, the rest of us see them as people, women, individuals, idols even.

Clearly, the view that beautiful, sexy women are sex objects is the problem, not female beauty. Female beauty is NOT a "problem". And neither is men's love of it. Female beauty exists to help perpetuate the human race, not only by inspiring reproduction, but by inspiring morality.

All of the crucial problems in the world today are caused by a marked lack of morality in people - race wars, the environment, wildlife decimation, cruelty to animals, violence against women, terrorism. How has mankind lost its moral compass? We at BiM think it's because nature intended female beauty to be that moral compass, and instead of following it we as a species completely distrust it. Consider that no woman is permitted to declare her own beauty without incurring a wrath of moral condemnation, mockery and scorn.

Ironically, the only women who are allowed to say it are the ones who are noticeably NOT beautiful. Such women present no threat of inspiring anyone with their "beauty" so they are permitted to boast all they like.

Real female beauty has NEVER been permitted to be seen as moral force in our society, let alone tested as one. The truth is we don't know what a society that values female beauty would look like.

We DO know that so far we've all benefitted greatly from just a touch of glamour. Imagine the good that might come from letting female beauty freely work its magic on our society, and on the world, in a big way. We hear a lot of feminists lately accusing the media of objectifying women. But what do they actually mean by "sex object". As examples she shows photos of a group of bikini supermodels, of a woman's sensually curved body with a logo painted on her, and a men's shoe ad featuring a vending machine full of gorgeous glamour girls.

Such images treat women as objects Heldman says. But surely you've spotted what else such images have in common? The models are all beautiful. The supermodels are "interchangeable" only because they are all equally gorgeous. The woman's body that is used for a "canvas" can only be used for a "canvas" because it's a body that's worth looking at in the first place, in other words, she's beautiful. And as for the ladies in the vending machine, they first have to be desirable before men will want to "buy" them, that's right, they have to be beautiful.

Obviously there are no such vending machines in real life, however, bachelor auctions are quite real. So to feminists it seems "objectified" means beautiful, "sexist" means sexy, and "sex object" means sexy and beautiful. Remember this the next time you hear them.

They are used only to attack beautiful women, like Karmen. It's a talent like any other. Just like athletic ability, intelligence, or a musical gift, beauty is inborn. And like any talent it can be developed or not. Most models spend long hours practicing and perfecting it. But even if they don't they are still far better looking than most of us. Many people hate beauty, either out of resentment of others' superior beauty or out of learned shame of their own. Oddly, such people most often declare female beauty not to be a talent for the very reason that it is: In other words, not having to do anything to get it is precisely what makes something a talent!

Another reason given for why beauty is not a talent is "Models just stand there, and that doesn't take talent. A model's "capacity for success" IS her ability to look good standing, or sitting, or lying down. Musical ability isn't ridiculed if musicians sit or stand. Female beauty however is mocked, ridiculed, and belittled precisely because it's so powerful, and like a moocher guilting the wealthy into abandoning their wealth, so beauty-haters try to shame beautiful women onto the sidelines of life.

Personally, we enjoyed this set of Laura, a natural born model, way more than today's sports highlights played to our favourite pop tune. This is odd because if the people who propone the average woman want to be average, there is nothing stopping them.

If they find the media's standards impossible to attain or sexist they can always base their standards on the thousands of real women they see every day instead. They have far more examples to choose from in real life than there ever is in the media. However, the rest of us need beauty and ideals. We always need something to shoot for in life. Beauty has the natural ability to attract us and point us towards these things. We need images of beautiful people, places, and things all around us all the time in order to inspire us to move, learn, and grow, and to stay on a positive course.

Those who crusade against beauty and values in art or advertising, who say art should imitate life and cry equal time for real women are actually rebelling against anything above average in real life too. We see the average all around us all the time. There is no reason to see it in the media. The beauty industry is equal time for the exceptional. And the exceptional is far more important to we humans than the average.

Freedom means people must be allowed to peacefully advocate the destruction of freedom. Pretty silly, but it's logically necessary in order to preserve the right to speak and act for everyone. You can't shut idiots up without silencing others, so we allow free speech.

The same is true of women's sexual rights. When a country reaches the point where women can express and enjoy their freedom to be sexual, haters are freed to advocate limiting it. This is the case in Britain right now.

Nowhere on earth have women ever been freer to be openly sexual, to enjoy it and even profit from it. British women can choose their romantic partners, dress as they like, model naked, wear burka, seek recourse for sexual grievances, breastfeed in public, etc. Yet many women are now demanding the removal of Page 3 and lads mags from public view, claiming they should be "free to not see Page 3 in public", "free to not be leered at", etc.

In other words, they want the right to not be free. Freedom means everyone is free to do all kinds of things we like or don't like. In fact, the one thing freedom can't cure, is freedom. I was not a fan of any known art style or established master, and I had NO idea what I was doing.

I was, however, a fan of female beauty so I proceeded to make pictures of beautiful women, hoping to eventually create something I could call "art". After creating an image of a beautiful woman I would look at it for hours, in contemplation, hoping it would inspire me to make more, hoping to learn something, looking for a mystery to explore further, trying to be an "artist".

I concluded that any drawing that would inspire me to look at it for hours had to be art, and I congratulated myself at having become an artist. After many more drawings I was still wondering why the ladies I'd drawn were so beautiful to me. Was it their blonde hair?

The ladies didn't answer. Then one day, as my mind wandered over this drawing I asked myself why I'd included the rock in it. And why is the woman striking a diving pose? It was precisely THEN, in that exact moment, that it hit me: I didn't draw beautiful women because they were beautiful; I found them beautiful because I'd put them into poses I liked! I found it beautiful. I realized that day that it's not some mysterious force that does it but our personal values that make something beautiful to us, that beauty is always the result of depicting our values the things we like - that it IS the depiction of values - and while we may FEEL beauty is inspiring us, it's really our values doing it.

This is very important because it means beauty - including female beauty - is the direct result of values. It means female beauty is a moral concept, and inextricably connected to what we consider good. It means people who hate beauty hate values per se, and those who defend female beauty are defending morality. And to this day I can't look at this picture without thinking the rock taught me all this, and that that is why the girl is standing in front of it poised and ready.

She is me, isn't she? And she is about to learn something important about beauty. Kinda freaky isn't it? The 'sexualization' of 'objectification' There will always be people who love female beauty and people who hate it. What's new, in the UK at least, is beauty haters trying to put glamour models and publishers out of work by accusing glamour photos of causing the "objectification" and "sexualization" of women.

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