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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.
These two words are bandied about as if their meaning is so clear and their truth so obvious that no actual proof is needed. But in reality, they are vague and ultimately meaningless terms used only because they sound just ominous enough and scientific enough that most people would rather accept them as truth than try to fight the malice behind them. We at BiM do question them. We don't see our model Lauren as an object at all. She's a beautiful woman, an intelligent human being, a capable adult.
In fact, she's more than capable, she's a medical doctor. Try telling her she's 'sexualized' or 'objectified' and see how far you get. We do find her sexy, but that only proves sexy women can be intelligent and professional as well.
Each age and culture has its pet excuse for hurting beautiful women, a con that haters can use to justify attacks, the tipping point where a majority of people will agree to go along with them. Hopefully "objectification and sexualization" is not ours.
The resulting nude photos are more powerful than porn and more uplifting than art. We call them super nudes. Our idea of mixing nudity and moral values - nudes with a wholesome twist - is everywhere now. Take our latest set of Damianne for example. The colourful veils are not used to hide her lovely body but rather to allow it expression and pose.
Her expressions are not stereotypical pouts or O-faces, and her poses are not pointlessly vulgar. Instead her true feelings of fun and sexual confidence are allowed to come through without pretence, without shame, without hiding. She is not photoshopped and her happiness is real.
We don't create beauty at BiM, we simply allow it to shine. A rose by any other name Have you ever thought about why you would use one word over another when describing her? We usually toss these words around as if they're interchangeable, but if you really want to understand the role of beauty in your life it's important to start with a few key definitions. This is an important distinction to make, because people can be 'good-looking' without having any other good quality to speak of.
It says nothing about their character. It also says nothing about how hot they are, or your sexual attraction to them. You can say that your six year old niece is 'pretty', or admit that a certain male movie star is 'good-looking' without feeling any attraction to them.
If someone has certain physical qualities that we like we call them hot, and if they seem to have certain personal qualities we like we call them attractive. But neither attractiveness nor hotness requires us to find someone beautiful or sexy, nor do they require us to find them pretty or particularly good-looking. We can easily be attracted to a plain woman who is kind or be turned off by a hottie who isn't.
When you call someone beautiful it's because their appearance reminds you of qualities that you admire in a person, whether they actually possess those virtues or not. A tall man might exude maturity or a long-legged lady might appear graceful even though either may be neither. And to you, she is the sexiest woman alive.
With 'love' at its root 'lovely' is the culmination of everything. It is the soul and spirit, together, it is the very real character behind the looks, it is a woman's sexiness mixed with her morality, her character and her characteristics. It is the highest accolade, the pinnacle of body and mind.
There's probably nothing more endearing, more alluring, more heart-melting, more sexy, and more 'lovely' than the smile of the woman you love, and when you look at her, you see her as 'beautiful' whether she is classically 'pretty' or not. Today all these words are used interchangeably and we've lost much of our ability to know the huge difference between 'pretty' and 'lovely'.
So think about these definitions the next time you find yourself drawn to a woman. Are you responding to her appearance only? Women have been working pretty much anywhere they want since the s.
Back then it had its purpose maybe, but we feel it's now become a bit of a dinosaur, out-dated, and pretty much an embarrassment to us as a nation. For that matter why are girls still attending school in Britain? Thus we ask our noble British employers to get with the times and to voluntarily stop employing women. We say voluntarily because we don't feel an outright ban or laws against it are called for at this time, since we're hoping we'll all just be very grown up about it really.
And while we're all thinking about it let's consider that perhaps not allowing women to work does not go far enough since working women tend to go to and from work in PUBLIC, often hanging around cafes and public transport where our children catch unwanted glimpses of them daily.
So while we don't ask for an outright ban against women at work we do encourage neighbourhoods to pass their own democratic bans and we suggest there's always housework if families have women who really want to work.
And for the skeptics out there there's always a few we refer you to our online FAQ where we provide ample scientific evidence that almost ALL workplace harassment takes place at work! Study after study proves it. We've also created a website dedicated to hundreds of heart-breaking personal stories written by women and girls themselves sharing the shocking details of their own experiences with sexual harassment at work.
Clearly all the proof any thinking person needs to see how work causes objectification, sexism, harassment, abuse, violence, low self-esteem as well as a break-down of family and social values.
Nor are we against women working per se. We just believe it's something that belongs in private. After all, as the saying goes "a woman's place is in the home", not "a woman's place is at WORK". Therefore we remain steadfastly against a system that encourages people to see women as work-objects. After all, we did ask ever so nicely. It was a lot of fun to try to get photos inside the restaurant without attracting the attention of the very conservative owners, and the looks of the faces of the passersby behind us were utterly priceless.
I think we made those guys' whole year. But it was also very telling in many other ways. We were outside for perhaps fifteen minutes total, Hayley-Marie was clothed except for her open jacket, and yet, as she and Leanne took photos by a crosswalk, a woman in a mini-van rolled down her window and shouted 'That's not appropriate, ladies.
I'm calling the police. You have to sneak, you make a few people very, very happy, and you get women trying to sick the authorities on you. All because your breasts are showing.
One day the world won't turn on whether a woman is wearing her shirt or not. Until then we've got Hayley-Marie, brave enough to ignore all the problems associated with merely going topless for fifteen minutes on a rainy day.
We thought you'd enjoy this little glimpse of the world is really like for topless women. We were even more upset when someone defended a man's "right" to do it on the grounds that models put themselves "out there" for either compliments or criticism, in this case "compliments" meaning inappropriate sexual invitations and "criticism" meaning hateful sexual insults. The unspoken implication is that if a woman takes off her clothes she deserves anything she gets. This attitude has been around for a looooong time - as long as women have been attacked and abused - so every once in while we like to remind everyone if you can't say anything nice, don't say anything at all.
And we like to draw attention to our credo at BiM which reminds us why this is particularly important to remember when it come to beautiful women. Here then is our credo, written 16 years ago by BiM founder, D. Beautiful women have paid the price for this view. They have been ridiculed and butchered, both by individual madmen and by entire civilizations. I have a different idea. I believe that female beauty is, in fact, a grand and glorious thing to which every one of us owes our lives, and that beautiful women are often, but not always, among God's sweetest and noblest creatures, inspiring love, not violence, morality, not depravity, braving derision and sometimes even outright violence in order to share with us a simple, but priceless gift: Can admiration be hateful and harmful?
Artists have been inspired by women's bodies for millennia. Whenever archaeologists dig up some primitive culture's treasure trove they usually find a large-breasted statue in amongst the lot. Men - whether modern or ancient, whether from Polynesia or Peking, California or Chelmsford - worship women's bodies. That she successfully threw off the old traditions and ably led her nation, giving girls of that generation the sense that they, too, could become leaders? This fact challenges the idea that women can't be viewed as objects of desire and respected as intellectual equals at the same time - the men of the U.
Maybe then its worth asserting that admiring the female form has never had anything to do with men disrespecting women, as modern glam-bashers claim, but instead has always been an important part of admiring women in general. A lot of critics will insist otherwise, and dismiss the efforts of models as nothing more than standing there naked. But the truth is that it takes a lot more than simply looking good naked to make a living as a model.
Aside from the daily physical efforts most models put into keeping their bodies fit and beautiful, when they do show up to the studio, it is hardly a relaxing day of lolling around on beds and drinking wine, as most people assume. Most photo shoots last all day, during which the model is required to come up with a variety of poses, or pose in ways the photographer directs, contorting her body sometimes into positions that are unfamiliar and uncomfortable.
Our models often joke that after a day with us they don't need to do Pilates that week. And besides the physical discomfort, when all is said and done and the camera is finally snapping away, the model then has the added pressure of bringing something extra to it, of finding her inner diva, of turning it on and making the photos stand out.
She has to become an actress more than a model, and find ways of making the photo engaging, sexy, fun or whatever is needed that day. She can't just strike a pose and stare at the camera, she has to somehow convey sexiness, or sweetness, or laughter, or a hundred other things, often just with her eyes or the tilt of her head, or make her body form curves that set this photo of her apart from the literally billions of other photos out there.
Modeling is hard work. It's only easy on the eyes. We have heard a lot of complaints lately about magazine covers with famous female models and movie stars photoshopped to look thinner or otherwise more attractive. But today whining is practically a religion - the answer to every problem it seems. So even though the thousands of average-looking women we meet in real life prove beauty is as rare as gold, we're supposed to believe a few photoshopped magazine covers really do make women feel bad AND that these women aren't just resentful of a beauty greater than their own?
If we told you these photos of Mia were photoshopped would you find them more beautiful or less? The truth is they weren't photoshopped at all so if you said more OR less you'd be lying. Not a pixel was changed. So the beauty has not changed. Beauty is beauty regardless of how it's created or how much we have of it. And whining about beauty is just whining about beauty regardless of whether it was created by playing with pixels on a computer, dabbing paint on a canvas, or mixing genes in a womb.
It's about as common as the belief that women aren't very sexual. It's often given as explanation for why men like to look at naked women while women prefer to read romance novels. Women have their own idea of romance romance novels being the top selling books in the world and it goes like this: Men on the other hand like to discover a sexy open-minded girl taking a shower and then imagine what might happen next: But because men's fantasies are so different from women's they tend to be sneered at, though neither sex's romantic tastes are any more silly or less classy than the other's.
And without them both, there would be no romance or sex at all, would there? So the next time someone tries to tell you that men aren't romantic, remind them that the whole realm of sexy glamour photos proves them wrong. On the day we shot this set, it was the hottest day of the summer. We wanted to dress Cat in the minimum amount of clothing anyway, to give this set a sultrier, south-of-the-border kind of feel, but even in just a hat and a scarf Cat was tooooo hot, and not in a good way.
Still she managed to summon her inner actress and give us some truly sizzling looks. She amazed us with her ability to step outside of herself and enjoy the moment, to ignore the weather and just revel in being a beautiful woman. Of all our models, Cat is the most capable of looking stunningly beautiful and seductive one moment, and outrageously goofy the next, because she simply enjoys being who she is.
We wish more women could embrace their beauty the way she does, could be playful and serious, sexy and silly, wise and innocent, fierce and sweet. She really is a model, in the truest sense of the word: He's a great guy, and loves beautiful women, and so we weren't surprised when he not only said yes, but agreed to play the role of the mechanic in this set too.
Our idea was simple - what if a beautiful woman needed to have her car fixed but didn't have any money? Couldn't she pay for the repairs by showing off her beautiful body, and treating the mechanic to the experience of his life? But what we didn't know was that our friend had no intention of closing up shop for our shoot. We thought he'd chosen a day when he could close down for a few hours to accommodate the shoot, but it turned out that it was business as usual that day, even while we were shooting.
In a few of the shots, you can see customers in the office conducting business oblivious to the gorgeous naked woman being photographed just outside the door. It was one of the most refreshing things we've ever been part of. It gave us an all too brief but much appreciated glimpse of what life would be like if women could be naked without anyone making a huge deal out of it.
It was fun and friendly and everyone involved had a great time. In spite of the fact British girls don't show more than boobs and bums, British glamour mags like Nuts and Zoo have become leaders in both magazine sales and website presence, while American publications including Playboy are either scrambling to find models outside their borders or are fading out of existence.
Why is Britain so full of great models you might ask? It's because of something called Page 3. Page 3 refers to the third page of tabloid newspapers in Britain that regularly feature topless models. Because of them many British girls grow up without the stigma against nude modeling prevalent in the rest of the world. Thus many girls see glamour modeling as a real career opportunity and the best looking don't hesitate to go into it when they are old enough.
The UK glamour industry is a direct result of this. Detractors of Page 3, apparently under the impression that only the richest and most intelligent girls go into modeling, claim Page 3 is robbing Britain of future female doctors and lawyers. They also claim to have scientific proof that Page 3 destroys the self-esteem of young women while turning young men into sexual predators.
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