“There is something ultimately freeing and grounding about being yourself in your truest, most natural form”
How often are you naked? And by naked we mean well and truly stripped of your clothes and shoes, à la Rachel from Friends dancing naked around her empty apartment.
Most of us probably don’t spend copious amounts of time in our most natural state, but being naked can be both freeing and an important form of self-expression – as Amy Redmond, creative director of club night Sink The Pink, knows all too well.
“When we’re naked we are literally stripped bare to the elements, and our true selves,” she tells stylist.co.uk.
Redmond has had plenty of experience with nudity, having grown up visiting nudist beaches with her family.
“There is comfort and nostalgia in remembering my grandma’s comfortable, soft boobs, and now I’ve had a baby and breastfed I have the same boobs!” she says. “Being naked gives me comfort and makes me feel entirely at ease.”
Original publication 20 Sep 2018
Posted on NatCorn 9th August 2019
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