Note: So what I mean with desexualizing the body and wearing nudity in an animalistic way. While reading this sentence a lot of people will have a “she’s talking bullshit-moment” because … Yes I have done the cover of Playboy…. And I do create images that play around the topic of sexuality. I’ve never said I was an anti-sexual human being. That’s impossible. Being sexual is part of our nature. But what I want to say is, there’s more to nudity then just using this to express sensuality or sexuality. For example, during the interview with Lea I could have held my body in a completely different way. I could have straightened my back and push my boobs in the air. Unlike doing that, I curved myself up a bit. Just not to be too offensive - or too much ‘in your face’. That’s what I mean with carrying nudity in a certain way. After reading these words, you might still think I’m a slut or attention-seeker. But honestly, I don’t really care. And what I ask myself then... Are you sure these are your thoughts? Or have you been brainwashed? I mean, what is it that makes you feel so uncomfortable with seeing a naked girl sitting on a chair?
Anyways... I learned so much from being nude…. It has the power to bring you back to the core of your existence. If you allow yourself to be comfortable with the body you’re in. It’s about shedding everything. Going to the bare minimum. Exposing your skin to all the elements. Feeling the wind, the water, the earth. Being like an animal. Part of nature. And yes; at a certain point in history there was evolution. We started wearing clothes. And I‘m not saying I’m against evolution. Would be kind of hypocrite writing down these words on my computer while having a hot tea. But then again, who says the evolution we’ve been through was the right evolution…? I would say, once you’re close by an Ocean/Lake/Sea again, jump in the water the way you came to this Earth. Let’s talk again then. Much love, Marisa