When it comes to getting naked in front of a camera, Hollywood stars have all kinds of stories. Hollywood has gotten much wiser in handling those sensitive scenes, so there are now intimacy coordinators, who ensure the well-being of the actors on set. With everyone involved on the same page, nudity can do so much for a movie — and we love hearing what the stars who have gotten totally naked for their roles have to say about the process. While many actors share the experience of getting naked on camera , their memories and feelings about the scene completely differ. And some actors rarely do nude scenes — can you name the one film Matt Damon took his clothes off? While others, like Daniel Radcliffe, put a pause on baring it all because they felt like they were doing it too often. And female nudity on camera has changed even more drastically, with many women now reclaiming their right to show their bodies from a long tradition of being objectified and exploited by men. Consider yourselves warned.
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When you joke about something sexual. When you bend over or squat or get into any other position that would work well in the bedroom. When you tell him stories about the one-night stand you had or the time you went skinny dipping. When he sees your thong peeking out from your jeans. He can handle seeing a bra strap, but a glimpse of a thong will send his mind wandering. When you remove your sweatshirt or unbutton a few buttons.
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The occasion was NYC Bodypainting Day , organized by Andy Golub and Young Naturists America, and, after spending a couple of hours watching dozens of artists do incredible things to these gloriously nude "canvases", who, as a whole, boasted an extraordinary range of body types, I'd have to say the banner is correct. Not that every work of bodypainting here was a great piece of art, though most were pretty amazing. It's just that after a while you don't see, and think about, these nude physical people in the way that you're used to—as sexy, say, or imperfect, or unappealing, or sensational. Suddenly they all look good, or at least they all look different, but in different ways than before, and it made me wish that I and everyone else could appreciate and instantly see the beauty in all bodies as a matter of course.