- I have become more and more awkward at making conversation with strangers. Could it be that I have a general dislike for most people and I prejudge them? Or is it that I spend too much time on the internet?
Yesterday, my closest friend, Dara, and I went on an adventure to the nude beach. I had never been, but she was there once before (not fully nude, but top off).
We went quite early, leaving my house at about 6:30 am and getting there 8 minutes short of the cut off to pay to get in, so we payed the $15 fee. When we first got there, we were the only females out of 6/7 people who were actually there, but nobody payed anyone much mind.
It was truly great to be completely naked out in the open. Nobody gives a damn about things, I personally think I look fantastic without any clothes on. Clothes restrict me and hug me to tightly, my chub sticks out in all the wrong places, my boobs aren’t quite big enough to fill my bra, and so on. But once my clothes came off I felt comfortable, really comfortable. It surprised me.
Dara, my best friend, who is a wild child, kept here bottoms on. It surprised me, that she with such a lovely figure, with no belly hanging and hips perfectly rounded and shaped could not feel comfortable with everything out and about. Me on the other hand, *phew* I probably looked like quite the mess, I am about 40 lbs overweight and it’s not the most sightly thing, but you know what I feel awesome, and I felt awesome yesterday. Being naked in front of strangers, not as scary as it seems, and hopefully there will be more fun adventures to write about this summer.
“If You Know Someone Who Doesn’t Believe Sexism Exists, Show Them This”
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Man Ray, Le Baiser (1930)
Gene Kelly as a mystery celebrity on What’s my Line?
Audrey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer for Harper’s Bazaar, September 1959. Photo by Richard Avedon .
Joan Crawford in Possessed (1931)