We also like to see fully and partially clothed women and imagine them naked.
That, in truth, is often more satisfying, in a strange but true fashion.
MR. SKIN podcast excerpt: “Over 2,000 new nude scenes have happened since January 2005. So I said, ‘It’s time for a second edition.’ That’s kind of the reason this book is 688 pages. It’s like half the size of the health care bill.”
And let’s not forget that we also enjoy doodling pictures of naked women and sharing these doodles wih our equally compelled brethren.
Hugh Hefner and Bob Guccione figured this out. Howard Stern did, too.
And then there was Jim McBride, the cheerful young dude who makes a living cataloging and capturing the moments when our favorite film and TV actresses—and many more women we’ve never heard of—slip a nip or more out of their clothes for all to see. Call it Celebrity Twin Peaks, if you must.
Mr. Skin, as McBride is best known, is an empire-builder himself, with his website, MrSkin.com, radio appearances on the Howard Stern Show on Sirius Satellite Radio, and now the second edition of his valuable library reference, Mr. Skin’s Skincylopedia—now in its second edition.