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  1. Angie
    November 1, 2007

    OH my friend Rusty..you never fail to amaze me with your posts! You are so right though. I know that whatever flaws I see in my body, my husband does not see, unless I constantly pointing them out to him! Either way..he loves me for me and all my cellulite included! LOL

  2. C
    November 1, 2007

    It’s always nice to hear these words of wisdom… if only we could take it to heart more easily!

    Most of the time I pleased with what I’ve got. Some days I’m even ecstatic with how good I look. Then on other days it’s like, WHEN DID SOMEBODY STEAL MY OTHER BODY AND PUT ME IN THIS ONE!!

    I don’t know how it is with men, but some days women just FEEL bigger, and it realy affects what they see in the mirror. We may be looking at exactly the same body as yesterday but our perceptions are different and it has totally skews our perceptions of ourselves. Those days suck!

  3. Adrianne
    November 1, 2007

    lol Rusty, this is so funny but yet so true. Its true we are so hard on ourselves . Great Post!!!!!!

  4. Jonneh
    November 1, 2007

    Oh my god, I absolutely loved this part of this post:
    (can you use html in this? I forgot. Oh well)

    “If you look in the mirror and think you look bad naked, you still probably look great. If you think you look good naked, then you probably look outstanding. If you think you look phenomenal naked, then you probably aren’t a girl” — I completely 100% agree with this. I have been thinking this for years now.

  5. Jonneh
    November 1, 2007

    P.S: Sorry, I commented before I finished the entire post because I got a little too excited [ har har har!! Okay, I probably shouldn’t add to the corny jokes ;) ]

    I just wanted to add that I am absolutely in love with the female body. I could never, ever, ever be completely 100% gay in my life. If some supernatural force (let’s use Jesus Christ because that’s funny and ironic) forced me into homosexuality somehow, even his almighty powers could not stop my love for the female body. I don’t enjoy male bodies – we’re hairy everywhere (yes I know girls naturally are hairy too, and shave, but still it’s not nearly as much as most guys are), we have like no shape to us, blah blah blah. I’m sure some females could probably tell me something sexy about our bodies, but I certainly can not. I love every inch on a girl’s body – straight up top from her hair down to her ankles. Mmm…curves…or navels or legs or brea- well, if I continue my personally inappropriate rant of feelings any further I don’t think I can keep this PG-13.

    Girls, if you think you look BAD naked – he’s serious and 100% correct when he says you probably look way different naked to us than you view yourself.

    Naked is good stuff. Girls are very pretty. Very fun. LET’S ALL TAKE OUR CLOTHES OFF!!

  6. admin
    November 2, 2007

    Angie,

    I am like William Shatner…I try to “boldly go where no man has gone before” in my posts! Thanks for commenting…I haven’t heard from ya in a while!

    C,

    Guys are the opposite. We think we look good when we don’t…LOL! I think I look especially good with my Fabio Wig on (I just posted a super-corny Halloween picture at the bottom of that “James Bond Swimsuit” Post on the front page…click on the post). Anyway…I guess we feel that way to a certain extent, but not at the same level as women…probably not even close.

    Adrianne,

    I am glad girls don’t know how attractive we find many of them…that way I can continually date “out of my league”.

    Jonneh,

    That is the spirit! I knew you would join the movement! I like the attitude!

    Rusty

  7. jessica
    November 2, 2007

    You feel really close to nature when you discard your clothes and feel warm sunshine, fresh air or cool water on the whole of your body.
    Being naked outdoors gives you a great sense of freedom.
    Being naked in the presence of others is a pleasurable experience,
    but it is pleasure in the nicest sense of the word. It is very relaxing and enjoyable.

    So many site cliche site are available for us. such as http://www.nudistconnect.com

  8. Tek Tek 20 cent
    November 2, 2007

    Naked…huat ar!!

  9. Mark
    November 2, 2007

    Women have too many hangups about their weight / looks…personally theres not one part of a womans body that i dont like, the confidence that a woman shows makes the woman look alot sexier whatever size / weight / hair colour she is etc,etc, ….i personally like older women even though my current partner is 6 years younger…all women are beautiful, end of discussion i think! :)

  10. admin
    November 2, 2007

    Jessica,

    Looks like you may be the first nudist that has made a comment on my blog. Are you familiar with Wreck Beach in Vancouver, BC? This is the only nudist beach I have been to. Pretty cool place, because they sell beer and food right on the beach.

    Tek Tek 20 cent,

    I need a cool name like that! Okay…I’m not even going to pretend like I’m cool enough to know what you said, but “huat ar” has gotta be good!

    Mark,

    Agreed…and this world would be a miserable place without women.

    Rusty

  11. Zumi
    November 2, 2007

    Hey Rusty,

    I’ve been reading your blog for a few months now and I’ve never had anything to say other than “great post” but after reading this article I felt I should reach out and make contact.

    I just want to thank you for this post. I know I have a lot of hang ups about how I look, especially since I do not at all fit the typical media portrayal for “beauty.” I’m a 5’10 black girl with an athletic build and a really nappy ‘fro (Don Imus can bite me), so it is really reassuring that no matter how I look my boy friend will never judge me like my female friends do.

    And it’s really reassuring that when he says he doesn’t care how I look he really means that… cause sometimes I don’t believe him. But it’s nice to hear that this is a guy-wide phemonena.

    And Rusty, I check the blog religiously and I find I have a very hard time telling some of my closer female friends about your site. (I know that’s so bitchy… but I can’t give away my secrets) but I have definitely hipped some guy friends and family.

    Keep up the absolutely brilliant work!

    Z

  12. admin
    November 2, 2007

    Zumi,

    Yeah…Don Imus is a jackass. Black women in particular hold on to a bit more fat than any other group for the most part. I know it can be tough, because you do have to work a little harder than the rest of us, but on the plus side…when you are fit you typically have nicer curves. Plus any tone you do have, shows up better with darker skin.

    Glad that you finally commented Zumi!

    Rusty

  13. Rach
    November 28, 2007

    This website is so true, it’s so helpful to actually have someone tell the truth, rather than try to lie about it so that bigger women feel better about themselves. Its so good to feel that dieting and exercising isn’t going to waste!

    It’s so frustrating hearing ‘fat’ women slag off thin women saying they are unhealthy in creating an exuse for being over weight.

    Thank you for this website! :D

  14. admin
    November 28, 2007

    Rach,

    I don’t mind if a woman is overweight and working her way towards leaning down. I know that sometimes people let weight creep up on them, so my site is to help those people too…but you are spot on about how I feel about fitness.

    I agree that people are quick to point the finger when someone is lean. They like to say how unhealthy it is, or that girl needs “meat on her bones”, etc. All of that is nonesense. I used to be an Executive Recruiter for Medicinal Chemists for Biotech companies. My clients were Ph.D. graduates of UCLA, Berkeley, and Stanford.

    These are scientists that discover lead compounds for major life saving drugs. Every last one of them said that overweight people are more than ten times likely to get any of the life threatening diseases including all forms of cancer. They also pointed out how rare it was for someone to get these types of diseases if they were lean and exercised regularly. We all know that being slim is healthier, but one guy said it is downplayed big-time because of how many people are obese in the United States. He said people “have no idea” how much healthier you will be if you are slim and exercise regularly.

    Very Eye Opening!

    Rusty

  15. erin
    December 19, 2007

    Thank You! Hopefully true about guys. I gained about 20 pounds and i’m in the process of loosing it. When i was thin i didn’t care about being naked, but with the weight i always want to keep everything hidden and no sex drive, what so ever.

  16. admin
    December 19, 2007

    Erin,

    It is absolutely true…believe it. We love our women and really just want you to feel happy. You are much tougher on yourself than we will ever be.

    Lose those 20 pounds so you feel sexy again. It is important for women’s mental health to feel sexy in my opinion.

    I know you will succeed!

    Rusty

  17. james (CURIOUS)
    December 28, 2007

    what u said is true, every time i get a girl naked even if its the same girl, it always pleasurable. it really is a turn on though when they are kinda thin you know, but not to skinny or not to big, i guess thick is the word im looking for.

    p.s.

    some of those things u said made me laugh..lol

  18. Hulbs
    January 14, 2008

    Hi Rusty,

    I only just read this article. You are an absolute classic mate! It is soooo spot on. Funny read too. Thanks again.

    I may get sarah to read this ‘getting naked’ post.

    cheers

    Hulbs

  19. admin
    January 15, 2008

    Hulbs,

    Yeah…thanks for the compliment. I can’t have a website full of just plain fitness facts, that will make you fall asleep. Also…make sure Sarah and all her attractive little Ozzie friends read this. We need them to take this whole “getting naked” thing global. It is THAT important!

    Rusty

  20. Eileen Monroe
    September 13, 2008

    Hey Rusty and all… I usually don’t comment on these things, preferring to be a wallflower of sorts instead, but the insightful commentary left me more reassured— but realistic as well. The balance between these two are more important than most people realize.
    You see, I’m in post-teen years and an ex-cross country runner. I have yet to lose the leg bulk….. perhaps due to an unworldly addiction to peanut butter…. but that is no more. I cut peanut butter and am eating less…. I’m trying to eat only as much as my guy: a 130 pound, 5’9″ lean future scuba diver— a bit drastic, but note the use of TRY.
    I’m also recovering from a bought of the “blues”—- what shrinks would call, oh happy day! clinical depression. My views of myself are, needless to say….. skewed. But…. I moved to a different town, with different people…. and one friend….. my “guy” now…. who has…. in a way… helped me crack that hard shell of broken paradigms: I don’t deserve such things as love, friends, opportunities, fitness, wealth, health… or… heck….. sophisticated sexiness (other people seeing my goodies in a good light)….
    The reminder that other people have a different view of me is…. really something. It goes deeper than what you intended…. perhaps…. but I thought it a worthy point to bring up…. By little me submitting this comment…. that means something…. right?

  21. Kat
    February 22, 2009

    I like this article…because i am definitely one of those women who is way too hard on my body..and my insecurity has gotten in the way between me and my boyfriend because sometimes I just don’t think I look sexy…but guys have to understand…how do you expect women to like themselves when sooooo many guys look at porn (and those girls are flawless) and now you just have to turn on the tv and every girl has fake boobs..how can women not compare themselves?

  22. Mikaela
    April 16, 2009

    I really liked this post. I’ve only read a few, and I have to say I totally agree with you. All my girl friends have hang ups about their bodies that I just don’t see. I think they all are beautiful, and all they want to talk about is their so-called flaws. Then they ask me if you could change one thing about yourself what would it be? I’m like nothing. They look at me like I’m crazy but, I think I look damn good naked. I wish more women could say that about themsleves.

  23. Roshan
    May 1, 2009

    This is very good article. This is very helpful for all. Go ahead, I wish you for your success.

  24. Shazia
    May 8, 2009

    Hi Rusty,
    First I loved this article and am now going through your whole blog! First here’s a bit of background- I did sports( heptathlete) all the way through college, was 5’6 weighed 117 lbs and I was smokin hot. Not because I was thin, but because I was fit with an ass to die for. Fastforward about 10 years and now Im still 5’6 but was 162 lbs. I used the excuse of kids and work and not enough time….and that guys llike curves. About 4 months ago, my son saw a picture of me when I was 19 and said “WOW! Mom you looked better than the HOllywood stars.!!!” I had an epiphany and joined a kickboxing class–that meets at 6.00 AM every day! I completely cut out soda and candy. I only treat myself to Godiva when I have a very strong urge. I am now at 139 LB and feel so fit and alive. I will send you a before and after picture of when I reach 125 ;)!!

    PS I am one of the rare females that loves to be naked, with all my battle scars(stretch marks, cellulite, and thickness)

    Thanks for a wonderful blog
    Shaz

  25. Anna M
    August 30, 2009

    Heh. Thanks.

  26. amanda
    September 7, 2009

    Funny, the girl in the picture is quite perfect looking. I appreciate the idea, but this reminds me of when women’s magazines have photoshopped, skinny girls on the covers next to headlines telling us to “Accept our bodies”.

    You could have shown some of that imperfection you supposedly love so much.

  27. Adam
    October 21, 2009

    I completely agree. Women are sexy naked. I feel that most importantly, regardless of anyway your body looks, there is nothing sexier than a confident naked woman. End of story.

  28. Kate
    November 13, 2009

    I logged on this morning to wollow in self pity as I have been since giving birth to a 9lb-er in feb, justify my insecurities by comparing myself to the hottest girl on the planet, megan fox (oh god). Your site is the first I found with her body dimensions. Then read this article, mostly to see if my husband lies to me.

    I know you guys must feel like you are banging your head against a brick wall, repeating the above constantly & I honestly don’t know why us girls continue to be so judgemental but Rusty for some reason your proclomation has flicked a little switch in me. Maybe it’s that you don’t know me or my problems so there is no point for you to be making this up, you get no benefits out of this. I’m taking this to heart today. Im printing this stuff out now and sticking it to my mirror so I read it every morning. Please keep up your writing, its so valuable.
    Regarding Megan Fox’s body dimensions, actually I just realised I’m a centimetre shorter but half a kilo lighter. Thanks again. You are my imaginary boyfriend on the side now! Lol!

  29. linda
    March 5, 2011

    but what if you’ve lost 80 pounds & find your skin is loose and breasts small and are cursed with stretch marks and cellulite? thats a whole lotta details to ignore. If my skin was tight Id be just chubby but cute. i could do chubby and cute. but saggy? So i have to have a full body lift at 80,000 to feel even remotely sexy. I’m 26, 5’9, 170. i used to be 250.

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