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BetceeMay9, Black Lace, 047 by photoscot BetceeMay9, Black Lace, 047 by photoscot
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wytherwing Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2009
luv this shot... very, very sexy! :thumbsup:
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Venus-In-Velvet Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2009
oh wow her curves make me happy and proud to be a real woman! hehehe
photoscot Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2009
As you should be!
Venus-In-Velvet Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2009
lol yea... its jus kinda redicuolous how a lotta ppl will say that if a girls got curves that they consider u "fat" just for havin the body type god intended women to have. its like if u dont want to get criticized or get ur feelings hurt u gotta look like a little boy or an ironing board.
photoscot Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2009
There's fat and there's curvy or voluptuous.

The problem is too many people have been brainwashed into thinking th tany variation from the Fashion clothes hangar is fat. Hey clothes look better on tall thin models, well those designers probably couldn't design clothes that look good on a woman with a figure!
Venus-In-Velvet Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2009
haha. u got a point there. i never really thought about it like that but i always thought it may be the media trying to gay everybody out lol. Like most of the fashion designers are typically gay males so they make clothes to fit the body type of a boyish figure and try to brainwash ppl to believe that thats what u should find attractive and then all of a sudden these days its like sooo trendy and "in" to be gay and bisexual. is this just a coincidence? I mean i definently dont have anything against anyone for their orientation but it seems to have gotten a lil outta hand with the kids these days i think seein as its more of a mindless trend than anything. idk maybe the government or whatever thinks of this as some manipulative sort of fucked up form of birth control, like war. heh. Maybe George Bush came up with the idea to encourage girls to barf up their burgers. who knows. or maybe i just tend to come up with some out there theories lol. all i know is i dont trust America or the media and especially the government because all they do is tell us how great it is to live in america and how free we are and its like they expect us to have this "in america we trust" mentality, yet they find so many twisted ways to brainwash us and manipulate us and tell us to believe in something without givin any reason for it whether its through the media, politics, religion, money, etc. conservatives seem to only want to dumb us down and make us superficial and synthetic to every decree possible and lookin at the typical modern female as well as many other fucked up ways our society endures id say theyve had success.

but anyways yea i mean it seems that the fashion models have to fit this redicuosly superficial criteria while the only models left that are actually real women seem to be nude models but you kno maybe this just supports a real womans claim even more considering theyre not modelin some pricey label but their true form, displaying only what is naturally beautiful.
photoscot Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2009
I used to subscribe to the adolescent boy idea, Certainly George Ballanchine the choreographer was guilty of that. Now I don't even give them that much credit. Clothes hangers are all they can design for.

The Bushes of this world want the USA to become a third world country so they can become an hereditary elite. Problem is third world countries can't afford multi billion dollar militaries. Still the momentum is such that I think we're doomed.

I agree that nude modeling is the most honest. One of my Muses once told me that the only the viewer sees the real her is when she's nude and without make-up.
Venus-In-Velvet Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2009
i guess what i said sounded kinda dumb but what i meant by birth control or whatever is that i dont see any point of the wars goin on right now except for maybe they want to kill off anybody left with any will power to stand up and fight for their people's rights while they try to make everyone else believe in their bullshit lies, fakin everybody out so that they will obey. milking people for all that theyre worth because nothing matters more than money to these people. seems like its money first, and humanity last. it scares me to think that maybe America is the belly of the beast. heh like i dont belong here lol. i mean im not one to really know anything about politics or government or whatever cuz frankly the whole idea scares me but i am aware that things are really fucked up and not the way they should be and i find it pretty hard to trust mankind in general.
but anyways yes nude modeling is the most honest yet theres still some people, especially other girls it seems like who are too close minded to accept it and deem it as "slutty" even when it done for the artistic sense of it because of how the female form is percieved in modern society and this makes me sad because its like ppl like that were tought that nudity itself is a bad and unnatural thing whenver in reality theres a fine line between how someone presents themselves. like some people deem all nude photography as "porn" in their minds and thats really ate up and silly.
photoscot Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2009
I feel your anguish about the US. It seems like we have lost our way in the last 64 years. Although: In the 1880s U S Grant said of the Mexican War:
"The occupation, separation and annexation (of Texas) were, from the inception of the movement to its final consummation, a conspiracy to acquire territory out of which slave states might be formed for the American Union."
"I was bitterly opposed to the measure, and to this day, regard the war, which resulted, as one of the most unjust ever waged by a stronger against a weaker nation."

And of The Civil War:
"The Southern rebellion was largely the outgrowth of the Mexican War. Nations, like individuals, are punished for their transgressions. We got our punishment in the most sanguinary and expensive war of modern times."

I was looking for Arthur Rackham's 1909 illustrations for "The Little Mermaid" by Hans Christian Andersen this afternoon to show someone how Disney had trivialized the story.

There is nudity, including of children who were swimming nude when they come across Ariel for the first time. Funny how in the Victorian era this was considered natural and normal, not perverse while nowadays it would be met with howls of anguish and claims of child pornography. What a silly people we have become.

In Disney's defense, Walt is long dead. In the original version of Fantasia, the cherubs in the Beethoven 6th symphony section have little penises and the nymphs they play with have nipples. After all in Baroque paintings and sculpture which this segment was paying homage to they do also. The idiot censors objected and the cherubim became sexless and while the nymphs still have breasts, they have no nipples! It's amazing how we have become even more repressed and pathologically obsessed with sex as dirty in this country since the 1900s.
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