Moral Nudity: Erotic Poses as a Political Message

NOnly one thing sells better than a naked woman’s body today: a naked woman’s body that sends the right message. There is, for example, the “Strong is beautiful” campaign launched on the occasion of the last Olympics by British synchronized swimmers Kate Shortman and Isabelle Thorpe, who pose for aesthetic underwater shots in Bluebella lingerie. Sinewy calves, well-defined washboard bellies, muscular biceps and long blond hair that floats elegantly in the water.

On Shortman’s Instagram profile it is said that she wants to inspire young girls, encourage them, show that sporty female bodies can also be beautiful – no: they are beautiful. Evidently, this was proof that urgently needed, otherwise it would have occurred to no one for a long time that one could find very young top athletes who wear very little, attractive.

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