I was not expecting that my first post would receive a warm welcome. Especially I didn’t expected to be mentioned in such a great blog as All Nudist. I would like to thank Angie & Steve, todaysnewsart, Rick and everybody who read my post.
I think, I should make a kind of statement 🙂
1. First of all I would like to apologize (yes, I cannot stop apologizing :-() for the maxim in my yesterday’s comment. The thought of producing witty sentences never occurred to me before.
2. It is great that among first readers of the blog were the bloggers that don’t have problems with nudity. Although I’m not going to make an exclusively nudist blog, it might happen that some nude people (including myself) will appear here again.
I don’t want to harm anybody’s feelings. I’m asking individuals who either don’t want to see nudity in the blog, or don’t have legal rights to visit web resources containing nudity just to ignore my posts.
3. I remember the JBS (Danish men’s underwear company) advertising campaign ‘Men don’t want to look at naked men‘ with pictures showing women in men’s underwear. I would like to say that I personally don’t want to look at women in men’s underwear as well. But what is more important, I don’t like the confusion of nudity with sex illustrated by this slogan.
4. I don’t understand why so many people confuse a photo of an individual with an individual himself.
One example. Many years ago I was impressed by the Francois Boucher‘s “Reclining Girl” (1752) in the Old Pinakothek in Munich.
Reclining Girl by Francois Boucher
It was interesting to me to discover that Miss Louise O’Murphy depicted in that portrait never served as a model. The picture arose, according to the art book, like all the others, from the artist’s own imagination.
Despite the fact that the photography is definitely closer to reality than painting, it is still incomparably far from it.