Nudity is the basic of advertising for perfumes, cars, pasta, you name it. It is the very basis of a genre of men's magazines. It is a common component of many women's magazines also ads or editorials for spas, skin creams, fitness, diets, liposuction. It is a common aspect of everything from classic art, to stylised logos, to the pornography industry. But when a woman posts a photo of herself nude, just standing there, committing no crime and not even engaged in any sexual act, we want to put her in her place - she's trash, a slut, attention-starved. Let's think about just why that is.
Writer, February 2008 Model
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It is better to do what you love for work, but if it is your day job that enables an unpaid passion, then your life is still sweeter. Our sex need not primarily define who we are, what we are capable of, or what we can be expected to enjoy or engage in. If there's not a wonderful sex scene, I don't see the reason to write the book, actually. Every book of mine has a fantastic sex scene in it. Even in a strip club, the former cover girl turns heads. We will not be denied: Did she get the lap dance? She was fantastic. As a jet-setting novelist and model, her life is pretty fantastic: To research her first book, Fetish , she donned tight latex and mingled with people who are into that kind of thing, and for her next, she prowled the burlesque clubs of Paris. A stupid question looms, so we ask it: Must all crime novels have sex in them?
The Canadian-Australian author and model is speaking with Stellar about baring her body for a new underwear campaign that shows off not just organic and fair trade cotton smalls, but also, yes, the white marks running up her thighs. Why Natalia Cooper really left Today. But this being Tara Moss, her latest appearance in her underwear is not just about encouraging middle-aged women to feel at ease in their own skin. Moss has a long history of championing the way things should be, after having suffered from the way things should never be. For instance, rather than retreating after she was on the receiving end of relentless online trolling, Moss went on to host, co-write, and co-executive produce the anti-bullying ABC TV series Cyberhate With Tara Moss. But writing about her experiences did. Many relationships deepened, she says, after a number of close friends disclosed they, too, had miscarried. When she was 16, Moss lost her mother Janni — aged just 43 — to cancer.