The softness of the sand, the blast of the sun, the crashing of the cool sea. Yeah, that's all great, but let's be honest: The true allure of the beach is the sight of beautiful toned women in bikinis or less, if you're lucky. For the man who travels to admire the beauty of the barely-dressed female form, certain shorelines are notorious for providing just that — by the thousands.
In this almost not safe for work photo shoot four celeb women take off their cloths for Allure Magazine, including one former Disney Channel star who proves she is all grown up. In the annual naked issue of Allure Magazine a few red hot celebrities have decided to bare all. Well, some well placed hands and clever angles prevents you from seeing too much but they are still very much naked.
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This statement likely won't come as a surprise to any wrestling fan, but it takes more than a little technical know-how and natural athleticism to be a professional wrestler. Of course, these two major necessities can be broken down even further. On the physical side, cardio is important, as is proper technique for taking falls, applying holds, and being able to manhandle opponents so that neither of you get hurt, while still making it look as painful as possible.
A huge thanks to Craig for taking time out to chat to us again. CP: "Yeah I was over the moon even if most my votes were probably from men! No all jokes aside it means the world to me so thank you for voting guys!
The opening of? Eye Candy? This is the first US show for internationally renowned photographer, Rankin, who counts his blessings every day for his talent, his family and his subjects — the human race.
One guy asked me if he could be my slave. Every day, people invite you into their homes. They put their trust in you, they learn things from you, and after awhile, they get to know a part of you- the public part.
By Will Cotton. Depicting women as edibles is a dicey proposition, no matter how beautifully they're painted. Will Cotton's stock in trade — young, beautiful, near-naked women draped and crowned in pastry, whipped cream, frosting roses and candy wrappers — could easily offend on so many levels; some viewers might feel it sexist to portray girls as things to be consumed or as creatures obsessed with empty consumption.