At the cinema: A beautiful naked woman is relaxing in her house, enters another lady: "Helen, what are you doing staying here like that? have you no shame?". Helen grumbles in her usual defiant way that she has every right to do whatever she wants and that the old lady needs to loosen up. Helen has just been portrayed as a 'bad' woman.
Why does it have to be that way? Why can't Helen be an ordinary beautiful lady who finds no reason to wear restrictive apparel on a hot summer day. A lady who knows that she is beautiful and finds no shame in showing her body just in the same way that she has no shame to share her personality and her beliefs with the world? Why couldn't the old lady respond by commenting that it indeed is a hot day and then decide to be as free as Helen, while sharing a story about the restrictive habits of the past? Or just move as usual without making a comment.
I think that there's nothing strange about nudity, and I know that many people agree with me, but such scenes are not just strange, but they're kind of perverse. Normal people can enjoy being who they are, and other people can live with it. There are many nudists, and they don't have any major issues except with the occasional close-minded visitors.
Beautiful ordinary girl can enjoy being nude, some of them even make it a special occasion, with a photographer, and total pride. Those are the beautiful women that you see here.
Technical note: I think that this is one of the best sets yet by Dwayne and Leanne, it's very simple yet very powerful. The poses of Jacqueline are full of pride, pride for being human, for being alive, and for being able to grasp the meaning of life. The poses are very striking, and they're full of wonderful messages. I don't want to spoil the riddles for you, so you are welcome to take a look.
How many times have we seen artistic images in which a beautiful lady is standing next to a vase of flowers? I have seen my fair share of vases, flowers, and beautiful ladies. Yet, there's something that's very alluring about that connection, there's a very mysterious resemblance between a vase full of beautiful flowers, and a beautiful confident lady who is daring to be herself.
A lady has a lot of beauty inside of her, just like a vase containing a beautiful flower, the flower shares its beauty with the world without really caring about the impact that it will have upon the world. Flowers wither away when they're taken out of their environment, and so do beautiful ladies when they cease to explore and be who they are - taken out of the beauty environment, when they stop feeling beautiful and yield to the pressure towards normalcy. Flowers make any place more lively, and so do intelligent ladies.
Beauty-haters would be more than glad to pick and kill any flowers that they find, and it's also similar for beautiful women.
They're both labeled as "sexual things" by beauty-haters.
But I do think that the differences are even more fascinating, ladies are human, ladies change - they can become more beautiful, ladies choose with whom they can or will share their beauty. Ladies can change their environment to look more beautiful.
I think that those similarities are striking in many ways. What they both share is beauty, beauty that makes them targets for hatred and bigotry. At the end of the day, they're both glad for knowing that they're alive, that they're beautiful, and are glad to share their beauty, not because they need to, but because they choose to.
I just hope there were more flowers in our world.