A huge thank you to the Bare Man who was willing to be filmed during our photo shoot and share his insight about participating in the Bare Men project.
Repost from Abigail Ekue Photography
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|Me at work|
|"Pierced", Abigail Ekue Photography, 8 x 12 in|
"I am not an imposter. I am a professional. I am worthy of praise... and higher rates." To my fellow female entrepreneurs #impostersyndrome— Abigail Ekue (@abigailwrites) September 2, 2016
|In Las Vegas for my book signing, December 2015|
"I was absolutely blown away by your Bare Men project and wanted to offer my sincere compliments. I found you on the website "Naked Men, Happy Women". It is a site I check out occasionally, and certainly your work just jumped right of the page! I do love your non-judgmental philosophy, not insisting on ideal or perfect body types. Your talent in this field is most evident!"
Abigail, I am a young man from Minnesota. Society deserves no apology for your support of nudity!!!
The human body is not indecent!!! It is a gift which provides opportunities for its occupants to pursue good lives. We all pretty much have the same bodies. We are born nude, we dress nude, we shower nude.....and under our clothes we are nude. Pornography also is absent when particular persons issue zero portrayal of sexual material (for arousal).
|Photo: Ruth Fremson/The New York Times|