How would you define your relationship to your
body? And your mind?
I think people often think I am incredibly secure from
how I present myself and how comfortable I am with
nudity. I have as many hang ups to the next person and
ultimately as insecure as the next person. But I’ve been
through my own journey with it and embracing nudity
really supported this acceptance of who I am and what I
look like, almost like exposure therapy. Ultimately our
minds are the most attractive feature and sense of self
worth and self appreciation can be seen in how we treat
our bodies. If you eat well, exercise and move as much as
you can, then you have a beautiful body.
Do your clothes, and specifically underwear, hold
power for you?
Of course. I think for women there is a power in
subversion and power in choice. You should honour any
woman who chooses to completely cover up her body, or
expose as much skin as possible. For women clothing has
been historically something that binds you to patriarchy,
but also something that has been part of our liberation.
There is something very empowering about wearing
special underwear even on the most mundane days, as
it’s something you have worn for you and for you alone.