So, last week I went to see the beautiful Joy Christian perform at PM Bistro (details on that soon). This was my first social pre-spring outing since I came out of hibernation (yes I hibernate…its normal) and it was fun to see everyone out and about iin this new spring energy. Now I had a blast, and the drinks were superb, I digress however.
I saw Michelle G there and she asked me to be part of her photo shoot. Now mind you I was more than tipsy and really feeling myself that night. She asked me and I automatically said yes because I always wanted to be part of one of her photo shoots which she opens to the community. She then asked “Do you have white underwear?”. I never really wear whites. I hate white so I told her no and she then told me I could be nude. I thought to myself do I dare? And my spirit answered “yes, we dare”. So I agreed and went to the photo shoot at the same location PM Bistro that Sunday.
I was in a shoot with some of the most beautiful people in this city. When it came time for me to take my clothes off I was hesitant, but when I saw the concept come into form, it made me think about sexuality and art. The photo shoot was definitely sexy and it showed us in a light of sexuality as power. Some people in the comments said that we looked like mythical gods. When she released the photos on Facebook I was completely stunned, I told her that she broke the Internet LOL.
Michelle G I was appreciative to be a part of this shoot because it surrounds a theme in my life where I perceve sexuality as a form of art and an expression of my inner self. To be nude was a liberating experience for me. I learned that this shell of a body even though it is beautiful it is but a shadow that houses the light within and we should celebrate it because without this darkness our inner light cannot be seen we cannot be perceived. Sexuality is more than skin deep, it is an expression of our higher self.