I value honesty, I think that most people do, but as a young man who has been around in this world for a while, I am aware that it is despised by many, some don't even realize how much hatred they have for it before it stares them in the face.
Honesty includes being honest about one's values and qualities. honesty is being aware of your beauty and acknowledging it. Honesty is respecting your beauty and your intelligence enough to be able to inspect the beauty of others without feeling guilty about it or despising it. Without attaching a label of sex to it in order to make it sound less important.
Alece is a very beautiful woman, and that's a fact, at least it is for me. Do you find her beautiful? Do you think that she's 'just sexy'? Do you see your own values?
This is an essay titled "Coed Sleepovers" contributed by one of the site's visitors: David Hopkins. It's really worth a read as it raises up a very important question.
We sleep to rest ourselves, to regain our energy to use for the next day. However, I do not understand why we always equate sleeping with sex.
I have two friends: Mike and Sarah. I have never had a sexual relationship with Sarah and I do not want to either. My father says that friends of the opposite gender do not even have sleepovers because their genders are different. If I were to have a sleepover with Mike, my Dad would feel fine. Nobody would see it as sexual activity or that we are homosexual.
However, if I asked to have a sleepover with Sarah, Dad would not let me and Sarah would refuse. Why? For the sole reason that she is a girl. It does seem rather sexist.
Besides, even if I did intend such a sleepover to be sexual, so what? Teens go on dates which they intend to practice their sexuality. Yet, other casual friends exist of the opposite gender. Casual friendship is about what friends are like by their character and interests, not about gender.
Every single night, I sleep to rest myself, and I do not want people to tell me that I would be engaged in sexual activity if only a female, any female were sleeping in the room. People fall asleep on planes and buses anyway.
Sure, sleeping with or near someone of the opposite sex can be sexual. I would feel aroused if it were someone on whom I felt sexual or had a relationship, but someone like Sarah? I could never feel aroused by someone by whom I did not feel sexual in the beginning.
Several years from now, I do hope to marry, and when we do, our bed will become the most sexual place we could possibly be. Probably, another part of the reason why we sleep is so that we can spend some intimate time alone with our partners.
If I were to have a sleepover with Sarah, we would not actively be participating in sexual activity. We would merely have a presence of each other. Who is to dictate that by day, most people of the opposite gender are merely people, but by night, every single one of them transforms into a sex object? Let's take into consideration gender equality.
In my opinion, forbidding coed sleeping is like the Berenstein Bears story, 'No Girls Allowed' in which the boys make a club just to shut Sister Bear and the other girls out. If the people involved in the sleepover, are not intimately bonded, sex segregation is unfair, and unnecessary.
Should all dormitories be coed then? I would say not. We must respect other peoples' opinion of how they would feel about people of the opposite gender of a dormitory.
Would such a slumber party automatically, inevitably, and uncontrollably transform into an orgy party? Casual friends of the opposite gender do many things together: eat, play, watch movies, talk, go out; so, why not sleep? We only see two people of the opposite gender sleeping with each other as only sexual because that is typically the context in which people of the opposite sex do it.
If coed sleeping were only sexual, homosexual people would never be able to have a nonsexual sleepover, or sleep in a dormitory without people of their sex arousing them or their arousing people of the opposite sex. Describing coed sleeping as solely sexual violates equality rights between genders, and compromises principles which encourage other people, especially between friends, to evaluate a person from his or her inside.
A great essay by David Hopkins that he wrote in high school.
One of the things I like the most about Abby Winters is how informal they are. Their models are often creative girls, their rooms are often interesting, and sometimes they even have some interesting marks that make them beautiful. This is one of the websites where a model's personality may actually shine through, in their unusual clothings, their surroundings, the books on the shelf next to their bed, or even how they make love in some of the explicit girl-girl sets.
It's a website full of personality, and I think that it has influenced my own impression of Australia and Australian women in a very positive way. Despite the harsh reality that is actually there - Internet filter proposals in an attempt to ban pornography and enforce censorship.
Even Abby Winters had to move out, but there's one thing for sure, their old sets of Australia will never be forgotten, and it's the same for all those wonderful young women who made that website possible.
They really deserve to have their own statues, but at least we have eternal images that stand witness to their wonderful beauty.
It's always feels strange adding anything from the new X-Art. The nudes are great, and some of them are highly artistic. Even the porn isn't disturbing (well, to an extent). I never have any issues dealing with ethical positive porn websites (AbbyWinters is a good example of that), but I am still to adapt to the new X-Art concept. Coco has simply changed a website that we have all loved, she reinvigorated it and started creating "artistic fashion pornography". Basically, hardcore and dildo series in which the model is extremely beautiful, even sometimes up to the fashion industry's crazy standards.
I think I am a bit indignant that she took away the somewhat calm website that we've grown accustomed too (the good old gODDESS) and created a high-energy wham-bam mix of nudes and porn, where the lines are definitely blurred.
I don't really know, it's a crazy mix. Somewhat energetic, but still strange. I just hope that you will not find it too unusual for this website.
It is really hard to describe Grace and Beauty. It's a website that is somewhat hard to navigate, but beneath the surface there are some wonderful hidden gems. Most of the models are utterly beautiful, and his images seem very familiar. Most of them have a retro feeling to them, but the way the models are comfortable are simply unprecedented, and it has created some of the most amazing nudes that I have seen (and I have seen quite a lot).
It's more of a personal site. Grace and Beauty doesn't have daily updates, but I think that most of their updates are of an amazing quality. The members area was very comfortable and the videos and images are simply a delight to watch.
If you have some time than I definitely recommend that you pay them a visit, but you should first watch those wonderful images of Sarah Ellis. A truly amazing woman!
Eolake Stobblehouse, the creator of Domai, has built Domai to stand for simple beauty: female beauty without any "additives"; retouching, artificial props, make-up, etc... I remember his being against a "striptease set", a set in which the model starts off clothed and slowly takes off her clothes to reveal her beauty in all of its glory. It seems that this gallery thankfully breached his standard over this.
Ekitti is one of the few models who look as great dressed as they do nude. Her beauty is truly breathtaking, and she apparently enjoyed he modeling session, her charming smile makes its way into the entire set.
It was hard selecting just this set from Domai's members' area, the models are amazingly beautiful and his rather boring desaturated sets aren't that common now. The members' area is simple a better place now.
I hope that you will enjoy this set. If you like it, make sure to visit Domai, where you can find lots of free nudes of the same outstanding quality.
NOTE: This link doesn't lead to a gallery. It leads to a portal full of beauty-supporting websites, websites that value and defend female beauty.
Superbeauty is a concept formed by Dwayne Bell, the founder of Body in Mind. It basically is a portal where beauty supporting websites are listed, along with some snippets about how beauty is admired/abhorred around the world.
You can go there to find more beautiful tasteful nudes.
In a recent BodyInMind update, Dwayne wrote that:
"Many readers also extol virtues in our models we know are simply not there. That way they can lie that they love them for who they are and not just what they look like. BOTH of these readers need to learn to value beauty for beauty's sake, without guilt or excuse. Beauty is primarily a moral accomplishment: it is the representation of objective values; and unless an individual has learned to hold some rational values he will be incapable of perceiving beauty at all. For example, confidence is a very valuable quality, but if you don't admire it you won't notice it in a woman so you won't find her attractive."
When we portray a personality for a model it isn't about being humane about their nudity or a way of masking any unnecessary guilt that we have about nudes or our "consumerism". We have our own volition and our own conscience, those have created art, and art often bends reality to get a message across. When I paint a beautiful picture of humanity and embody it in a human being to add more beauty to a static medium, then I am simply giving my mind something that it deserves, meanwhile discovering my own values, knowing more about myself, and therefore becoming a better person, isn't this how beauty inspires people?
Many artistic pieces don't resemble reality at all, yet our minds fill in the missing pieces. Our appreciation of art and beauty is what makes it human.
I am not saying that attractiveness doesn't play a role, that would be hypocrisy. However, as I said, I can look elsewhere for more attractive girls, but I'm not for a simple reason. Only tasteful nudes that capture the model's beauty act as canvas, everything else is too basic for that. It's not about sexual responses or ejaculations, there's porn for that, some of which is perfectly ethical (with amazing models, like fuckingmachines.com, AbbyWinters, and X-Art). It's much more efficient at triggering those exact same symptoms
When I imagine that a model possesses all the qualities that I aspire, the things that I value about life, when I make her represent my own values, I am simply painting a beautiful picture for myself. It isn't about the model per se, it's about the picture. If we only cared about physical beauty then we would be more than happy seeing all those trash nudes found everywhere, in which the models are more physically attractive than most of BodyInMind models. What makes BodyInMind special is that it embraces values.
First of all, 99% of models use a fake name, so it's all a big fantasy, that actually benefits you as a person. The disappointment of real life is understandable, you can't compare a picture of a model or a fantasy to someone that you actually love in real life and embodies your values. Real-life people have different personalities, that's for sure. That's why we keep looking for the right partner, it's fulfilling being with someone that you are familiar with and who actually has some of your values.
The models here are symbols, regardless of what their real-life personalities are like.
As for the analogy, I disagree, you will still notice her confidence if you don't value it, it's a part of her personality. Only that it will then be labeled as arrogance.
I am not used to galleries of such a great quality from Peter Vlcek, so it was a surprise when I looked up the photographer to find out that it's him.
For those not familiar with German, Rotkaeppchen means "Red Riding Hood". :)
It's a great gallery that bears some resemblance to Soell's sets. None of the images are unpleasantly explicit, which is what surprised me the most about this gallery. This is not Peter's style.
Eufrat is a well-known model who needs no introduction. So it all comes down to the photographer's skills and abilities, and apparently Vlcek is pretty talented, when he strays from the average FEMJOY standards.
I hope that you will like it.
I have Marveled at Liz's remarkable and stark beauty in a couple of past sets. I have received mixed feedback about her, and yet I am adding her again. The reasons are simple, I like hard features, and she seems to have a strong personality. I also really like the fact that she's an American.
Morey's work is revealing by my standards, but I managed to select a handful of images that adhere to my standards and show her remarkable beauty. I hope that you will like it. If you like things explicit, you can always head to Morey Studio for the "full" version.