I love naked women, you should too!
I have been going to Korean bath houses for as long as I can remember. I recall going with my mother and aunties and getting my hair washed and sitting in a hot bath with other women. I would talk with other girls and my mother and aunties would get a body scrub.
This was a normal thing to me; seeing naked women in all forms, shapes sizes and ages. Whenever I get an opportunity I still go, but now I’m the one getting a body scrub. I never thought it was anything special, just something you did to relax.
I talked to my girlfriends who have only gone to the standard spas and they get all agitated about their robes and what to show and what not to show when they are getting pampered. I’ve never have been very body conscience. If there was something that jiggled that I didn’t like I’d just add another twenty minutes into my work out routine or just accept it.
Recently I was going through some magazines with my friend Candace.
She sighed and said, “If I had a body like that I would be naked all the time.”
I told her, “At least you can be naked in your own home.”
“I can’t even do that, I hate seeing myself in the mirror.”
That got me thinking, why would she be uncomfortable being naked in her own home? After asking about it she informed me she didn’t like the pouch she had, or how one breast was bigger than the other, or when she leaned to one side there were fat rolls.
“So what? Everyone has something like that, plus no one else is looking, so why not?”
“Because I don’t look like these women.”
“Does it matter that you don’t look like these women? You have to know that most women don’t look like the ones in the magazines; in fact the women in the magazines don’t look like that most of the time anyways. Photoshop and great lighting does a lot.”
“I don’t know. I just wished that I looked normal.”
Normal? I couldn’t believe Candace thought these women looked normal. Sure there are plenty of women that were genetically gifted with longer legs, bigger breasts, and a waist a man could wrap just his hands around, but to say they looked normal was a far cry from reality.
I really think more women need to go to Korean bath houses where the women are fully naked and they don’t hide or put a towel around themselves and feel comfortable in their own skin. Sure some sag, some droop, some wrinkle but that’s normal. There is nothing sexier than a woman that is comfortable with her own body.
I’m going to make an appointment for Candace and me to go to my closest bathhouse. Maybe after that she will be comfortable enough to sit naked and watch Scrubs on T.V.