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Re: Zoe, where do you get this stuff???? Go find Bin Laden, will ya?


BL's DEAD----dead--dead---dead....

...being on Curezone is not a waste of time
for me. Been researching this morning and then
a day for visiting out and watching dramatic
storms in the south, now relaxing at home.

I work where I live and hopefully this gig
will be over sometime this year now that we
have finally gotten a road out here. Then my
online time will fall to the background again.
Its a habit that is actually good for me or
else my life here would be so isolated, I might
be tempted to head to the hills for the rest of
my life as I tend to get absorbed in nature and
loftier thinking.

Admit it Buck, weren't you the least bit interested
in why so many men and woman would accept this
request so easily and also have pictures taken
and kept as a record??

The whole idea of this focus on nudity and the
idea, (Skull & Bones)that people can be controlled
based on their willingness or unwillingness to
be perceived naked, is very interesting to me.

Certainly, if I have any nervousness about meeting
someone, I imagine them naked which translates
into vulnerable in some way since its not an
erotic thing in that situation. Sure, there are
plenty of times we have mentally undressed people,
and lol, DRESSED them, but in these situations,
I think the nudity is more a form of dominance.

So, in my mind, there is a need to empower people
to be okay with being naked. I remember once a
UPS man surprising me and some guests who were in
our yard sky-clad. He was standing there in his
brown uniform more than a little stunned. He
asked me, "what should I do??". I suppose one of
his thoughts was that he should turn around,
pretend we were not home and come another day.
I reassured him however and asked, "don't you need
my signature?". He then seemed to feel better and
handed me that silly etch-a-sketch gizmo and I
signed off.

However comfy I am with wearing more or less
clothing, I do not think I would have acquiesced
to someone demanding that I be photographed nude
for their benefit...

ON the other hand, I DO think that Spencer Tunick's
requests for people to pose for him is empowering
and designed to bring people to a level of comfort
in their skin which is refreshing~~




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