The proposal was put to me 12 months ago, to highlight that women should be proud of their bodies, regardless of their age. That is certainly something I agree with. But having your naked body on the front of a magazine read by more than two million people a month was a daunting prospect. Needless to say, I gave it some serious thought. I went ahead with the shoot for a few reasons. One is that I admire The Weekly for engaging plus women on issues that are important and relevant to them.
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I've decided to own my nudism more proudly, and when appropriate, not shy away from admitting to being a nudist. I try not to be pushy with the notion, but when asked where my favorite local hiking spot is, I've acknowledged that it's at 'that nudist resort up north'. I'm still cautious around situations that could prove complicated like work, but I figure that letting folks know that there are nudists around them, and that we're just like them, is a bit of positive marketing for the cause. I started as a home nudist when I was 12 years old. I never liked to sleep in pj's and would pull them off in bed.
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Implied nudity refers to images in which models appear to be fully or partially naked when they might not necessarily be. The photographer captures her image while she looks deep in thought and shows a lot of skin. These images are then colour-corrected or edited with dreamy filters. However, she went on to say that Singaporeans are still not open to implied nude art. I feel good in my own skin, so why not flaunt it? You only live once.
In fact, she's quite proud to do so! So how exactly did the actress and mother prepare for the shoot? Well, first and foremost, she accepts her body and her skin for what it is and what it is not. Even if you want to, at this time in your life, you can't be perfect," she explained.