Down There

Drama. Mysterious. Naughty. Taboo. These are words that can be associated with the human anus.

You are lying on your belly with your lover between your legs. You feel your cheeks being pulled open. You know he or she is looking at your anus, contemplating its individual characteristics. You are involved in perhaps the most intimate act two people can experience together.

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A Work of Art

Jean Delville was born in Louvain in 1867 and died in 1953. Delville considered art to play a key role in uplifting people from their blindness. He saw true artists as initiates who would present images which would teach and transform human nature. It is believed that Delville saw artists as priests and prophets.
The School of Plato, 1898

A beautiful work of art, no one could deny that. But is it also a statement?

Most of us have certain religious or spiritual beliefs. What many do not consider is that some of those beliefs are rooted in perspectives that were conceived in the minds of autocrats many centuries ago. We don’t think about what has been left out of the Bible, or what may have been altered to fit the dogma of those autocrats. That dogma included the notion that the human body, and intimate male interaction, was shameful.

Perhaps it’s time to contemplate a new perspective. Did Jesus see things differently from what we’ve been led to believe? I, for one, like to think so. The human body, in this case the male, is nothing short of miraculous creation. Is it possible Jesus saw it the same way, that He believed the body should be enjoyed and celebrated?

Here are closer views of the detail in Delville’s painting:

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Naked Fun

As you browse these pictures, you may conclude are no clear distinctions between these people those you see in everyday life, except they are naked and are obviously having fun. Young and old, fat and thin, male and female … it makes no difference to those who have learned the thrill of joining others to celebrate their bodies, a sense of freedom, and the wonders of being human, unfettered by inhibitions and misguided moral codes. Give it a try. Indulge yourself in a sensual adventure you can’t begin to image until you feel someone’s eyes on your bare skin.

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Male and Female … Thirteen

No matter what your sexual orientation, almost anyone would agree there is something magical about a man and a woman naked together, something inspiring, satisfying, full of promise. A male and female couple at peace with themselves, exploring and celebrating the contrasting harmony of their bodies.

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Male and Female … Together Nude

Nude couples, male and female. It’s a case of two parts equal the whole. That’s the scheme of things. That’s the recipe which makes the world go around. There is something about an image of a man and woman together that is uniquely satisfying to all of us, whether we are a player in this scenario or not, whether we can see ourselves personally intimate with the opposite sex or not. It’s an image that speaks of the future, an image that defines the fundamental purpose of Mother Nature, an image that generates piece of mind and sensual imaginings.

Secluded alone together in the wild, male and female (or any other human couple for that matter), uninhibited, sans clothes. It’s an adventure many will never experience, but it’s not difficult to imagine how thrilling or rewarding the experience would be. At least we can daydream.

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Has she found herself in a regrettable position or is she contemplating paradise?

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