It’s not often I share my implied nudes with the cyber-world, so I think it’s about time to share some of my risky business with you love bugs!
This time I teamed up with the talented Victor Vain, & we created some great images together. Below you will find a sample of our work, as well as a bit of background on the riskier side of Krystal Love!
I believe the naked body is something to be adored, not something to be afraid of.
It is society and it’s definition of “morals” that instills the common fear of nakedness. We are all sexual creatures, & some are more in touch with that part of themselves than others. Once you unplug yourself from our daily way of thinking, you learn to embrace such freedom; you learn to live in love instead of in fear. There’s nothing to be ashamed of, or looked down upon when it comes to embracing the human body.
Believe it or not, my very first shoot was nude, a classy cabaret style set which I had never shared.
50 % of what I shoot is nude or implied; it’s as if I’m more comfortable in my skin than I am in clothing, there’s something so magical & free about too me, yet I held back on sharing most of it. This was a result of the force we call fear, & I was fearful of being judged.
As I continued to grow & evolve with an elevated sense of understanding, the fear diminished. It diminished by the force of love I have for myself, & for the ability to express myself sexually/emotionally through photos. It’s the freedom you feel when in your own skin that boycotts the fear of negative criticism and judgement.
Unfortunately, whether or not you boycott this fear of being judged, judgement will always exist. It is a simple part of human nature that none of us can ignore. There will always be those out there with various opinions & morals, the sad part is that each one of us thinks our own opinions/morals are above all others.
One of the biggest flaws in human thinking is the perception of right & wrong. What’s right for you may be wrong for me, & what’s wrong for you may be right for me - This is a debate that could go on forever. The human race needs to come to an understanding that everyone’s morals & ethics are different, & gain the ability to accept it.
Until then, I will be here, always prepared for the judgements, & always being myself. I’ve enjoyed the sexual aspect of art & expression since my early teens, so I have learned that it is a universal force. I hope to teach others that doing nude or implied work does not define who you are, & that freeing yourself from inhibitions is not a negative thing. We are all sex symbols!
I love to be naked! (There, I said it!)
Find more of Victor Vains work at http://www.victorvain.com
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