baring it all  

marriednhor002 49M/41F
250 posts
7/20/2006 10:55 am

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10/18/2006 7:08 am

baring it all

all my life,it was hammered into my brain by my mother,to "cover it up"As i progressed into my rebellious teen angst/rebel without a clue phase,i became acutely aware of my sexuality.specifically the power i controlled with my feminine wiles....my wardobe consisted of cleavage baring (sometimes sheer)tops to show off my round ,full,DD's......short,tight miniskirts,heels that a porn star would think twice about....
i can vividly remember that i knew my ensemble was perfect if i heard my mom utter the words..."you aren't thinking of leaving the house dressed like that!!"
As i grew older and wiser,had my daughter and developed a sense of modesty(however slight)
i've learned there is a time and place for everything.that being said.....I'm now 31 years old,in pretty good shape(not a supermodel by any means,but curvy in the right places)and am at last learning to appreciate my body in all it's glory.not sure if my new found confidence comes with age,(not so insecure as a 16 year old anymore,hiding myself behind throw pillows,blankets,etc)or i have just learned to love myself....warts and all.(btw i don't have any warts!LO
been thinking about this for a while now,after having met with 3 different couples(mf)and appreciating all the beautiful differences there are in women's bodies.round,angular,soft skinned,petite,tanned,pale,small and large nipples,shaved and au natural.......all absolutely magnificent in their own way.it's from these experiences,where people don't judge,but admire,as i do,that i'm becoming a more open and self-loving person and for that i'm truly thankful.
my husband is enjoying my new found sense of complete exhibitionism as well as i walk around naked ,it's such a wonderful thing to feel so unencumbered.......
just makes me want to show myself off even more...,
which i plan to do!!!


SirMounts 102M

7/20/2006 8:02 pm

marriednhor002...
Yeah, clothes are such a bother, too. Better to be yourself, in every way you can. *smiling*


midora69 54M/40F

7/22/2006 2:39 pm

We definitely appreciate everything that you are, L. I don't think we've ever had friends quite as open, fun and selfless as you two, and for that we're very grateful. Not being mushy or anything tho. LOL


menopausemember 51F
50 posts
7/23/2006 12:06 pm

I tend to my ageing folks these days and they can still see enough to tell me to put a bra on or to tell me my shorts r too short...I am me, take me as I am, I tell them -don't look.


marriednhor002 49M/41F

8/13/2006 7:58 pm

    Quoting kittenkisses24:
    cool. i guess it has a lot to do with the generation you grow up in and how you were raised to, and how much you really like sex.
so true kitten! it's really taken a lifetime in my case to finally become comfortable in my own skin,regardless of anyone else's opinions.....


marriednhor002 49M/41F

8/13/2006 8:01 pm

    Quoting SirMounts:
    marriednhor002...
    Yeah, clothes are such a bother, too. Better to be yourself, in every way you can. *smiling*
*blushing* sirmounts, i do believe you have an incorrigible streak in you.......
my best friend always tells me that a good friend is like a well made bra.....close to your heart and there for support.... lol


marriednhor002 49M/41F

8/13/2006 8:03 pm

    Quoting midora69:
    We definitely appreciate everything that you are, L. I don't think we've ever had friends quite as open, fun and selfless as you two, and for that we're very grateful. Not being mushy or anything tho. LOL
mushy be damned!!......thanx so much midora....the feeling is absolutely mutual...(shucks) lol


marriednhor002 49M/41F

8/13/2006 8:07 pm

    Quoting kittenkisses24:
    pretty bra, very sexy. like the 3rd pic in as many days.
heehee......i know, i've been revolving my existing pics so as to "bare" more of myself to others......keep em on their toes so to speak, be sure to let me know if it gets annoying....lol


marriednhor002 49M/41F

8/13/2006 8:10 pm

    Quoting menopausemember:
    I tend to my ageing folks these days and they can still see enough to tell me to put a bra on or to tell me my shorts r too short...I am me, take me as I am, I tell them -don't look.
good for you! beauty is in the eye of the beholder, so if they don't want to behold it....that's their problem...
kudos!


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