Imagine, it’s the mid-90s and you are sitting back looking through your favorite magazine. You see all these wonderful images of men and women, decked out in fresh attire. Oversized clothing is the norm and if you see skin, it’s done in a tasteful fashion.
Fast forward to today, if you can scroll through your timeline on any social media, without seeing a penis, a woman twerking in her underwear or full on sex, you are lucky. What has happened to us?
When did our society become so shallow? When did nudity become the new norm?
There is nothing inherently wrong with being naked. Honestly, I hate clothes. If I could walk around naked, I would. But, the problem comes in when people feel they have to post their naked bodies on the Internet for everyone to see.
Whether they are doing it for likes or attention or both, it’s a trend I’m growing very weary of. I’m all for bringing back scantily clad fits that add some mystery to the madness.
That is what this month’s feature artist RGUS displays with this set of pictures. All the ladies presented leave just enough showing, so the imagination can run wild. My personal favorite is the beauty with black hair and tattoos. I can already tell you, if I walked into a room and my woman was wearing that outfit, I’m ripping it off of her.
Think about it: One of the best things about a present is the wrapping and packaging itself. Its purpose is so that you don’t see what’s inside. Can you imagine coming downstairs on Christmas morning as a kid, and none of your presents had any wrapping?
Yeah, you’re happy with the gifts. But you lose all the excitement and mystery. You could say the same about people. Being nude is great, but peeling off layers to get to your naked body is top notch.