This website contains age restricted materials! You declare under penalty of perjury that you are at least 18 years of age, consent to viewing adult-oriented materials and agree with all the Terms and Conditions. Me and my friend were just chilling in the park as he noticed a hot brunette babe doing yoga. She is an instructor and by the looks of her, she is doing sexy yoga. This girl is smoking and there is no other word that could describe her, a perfect babe with amazing big tits. We came up to her and she was super friendly, so we responded in a like manner.
The fabulous calendar girls of Whimple. When it came time for Cathy Bartlett-Horwood to drop her dressing gown to the floor and stand naked in her village hall in front of her friends, she was nervous. The year-old has had a complicated relationship with her weight for many years. She was so nervous, in fact, that she was physically sick beforehand. Nevertheless, she persisted. This calendar is more than a photographic paean to the female form. Whimple is comprised of winding lanes dotted with thatch-roofed whitewashed cottages with the occasional farm thrown in for good measure.
In it, a diverse group of people pose nude and talk about their relationships with their bodies, all in the spirit of body positivity. For the issue, eight people bared all — emotionally and physically — in the name of self-love. It was such a redefinition of beauty, and I wanted to pay that forward. Now any chance I have to share that awareness of what bodies look like and what people of value look like — which, spoiler alert, is everyone — I jump at the chance. When I stopped shaving my legs, there were two days of anxiety, and on the third, I realized nobody cares. That was very freeing.
One Magazine in Toronto has produced a stunning photo series, collecting stories from fascinating people. Each January the magazine recruits Torontonians to its campaign to celebrate the varieties of the human form, and each comes with their own story. Christensen says her tattoos are intentionally silly see the words "junk food" written on her knuckles. One is adrenal fatigue, which a lot of people have, especially after surviving trauma. The other involved having to get off topical steroid use. During the withdrawal process, it basically looked liked my body had been burned, like I had scar tissue all over. And I had to withdraw from a lot of things, like performing and producing. The only thing I could do was write. A picture is worth a words, and so is Hawkins, who NOW reports works as a voice-over artists.