In the midst of the hacked naked celebrity photos scandal Don't look them up! These people are desperately out of touch. This week, Cosmopolitan. Eighty-nine percent have taken nude photos of themselves at some point. And of those readers, only 14 percent regretted taking the pics, and 82 percent would do it again.
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Taking naked photos - either for sending privately, social media, or oneself, can be fun, sexy, liberating and radical act, writes Amy Gray. Hell, it actually happened on the tram just yesterday. There is such joy in taking naked photos. The absurdity of our bodies, contorted into pleasing positions. The beauty of acceptance and trust, as you share visible intimacies with another. The unrepentant exhibitionism of delighting in your body and the safety in working out in relative distance what pleases another person and yourself.
As I enter into middle age, I hear a lot of my female contemporaries lamenting the fact that they have very few photos of themselves holding their babies. Now, ten or twenty years later, they realize the folly in their decision. They only have a handful of photographs reminding them of those special early days with their babies.