What, if anything, are they thinking?

As I have noted before, many women seem very anxious to undress to make some point. After a while, one comes to suspect that they are just exhibitionists looking for an excuse.

This is not entirely a new phenomenon, as this article shows:

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The naked woman was Katie Lee, actress etc., in about 1955.

From the above article:

Finally, Lee was asked the question which only she will know the answer to:

“What was it like to walk naked through Glen Canyon?”

To which Lee responded:

“It was absolutely the most natural thing in the world”

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11 responses to this post.

  1. Well, for one: Women desire to be desired.

    And this is the means to such a vicarious sexuality and enjoyment.

    That’s the motivation for a lot of this type of female behavior.

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  2. Posted by Jim on January 24, 2016 at 8:40 pm

    “As I have noted before, many women seem very anxious to undress to make some point. After a while, one comes to suspect that they are just exhibitionists looking for an excuse.”

    That’s because women ARE sex objects. Even women agree (while verbally denying it). BTW, it’s weird seeing a naked woman from that era because I’m not used to it. But it does show that female nature was always the same. At the time though men had the balls to keep them in their place to some extent. That disappeared in the 1960s (over here anyway. I have no idea about Australia).

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    • Posted by Julian O'Dea on January 25, 2016 at 12:17 am

      Oh, they are shocking like that. They appraise other women and themselves brutally. And they will say things like, “my legs are my best feature”. I don’t mean young tarts either. Perfectly normal, mature women.

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  3. A camera clicks: clothes fall off. She displays herself. But if a man showed his willy in public, old ladies would faint, young ones scream and demand the police arrest and beat him, and little girls will be traumatised and need 25 years taxpayer-funded counselling.

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    • Posted by Julian O'Dea on January 25, 2016 at 3:55 am

      Yes. Even back in 1955, a man wandering nude in a canyon would have been locked up quickly. With women, it’s just business as usual.

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