This is not a wolf. It's three naked women


#1

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#2

Why is it always naked women?


#3

Just ONCE I wish the golden retriever that sleeps at the foot of my bed would turn out to be three naked women.


#4

Does it matter if they’re still just as furry and slobbery?


#5

Well, I’d hardly be in a position to judge.


#6

Not “always” just mostly.


#7

Not true, just did a ‘male bodypainting’ search. Found some nice, and less nice, things. Just like the other way around. :wink:


#8

I can’t help but think you’ve come up with a plot for the next J-Horror sensation.


#9

There naked women painted to look like a wolf is ALMOST as cool as a t-shirt with three wolves howling at the moon.


#10

“I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free.” —Michelangelo


#11

:wink: Yes, such.
And other.


#12

but MOM this is ART


#13

I consider myself an expert at naked women and i can’t make them out.

Bra-f’ing-vo!!! Seriously!


#14

I don’t know.

But from a purely pragmatic standpoint: less body hair to deal with painting?


#15

Good point.


#16

He tried using cats but they won’t stand still.


#17

The inverse of this is not true.

I googled three naked wolves and it doesn’t look like a woman at all.

Also, it might be a good time to clear my browser history.


#18

that would explain a preference for younger models - as would the requirement of holding the pose for extended periods.

But there are plenty of non-hirsute young men. Also, since men tend to have different physical characteristics (eg men tend to have more upper body strength, women tend to have better balance) add men to the tableaux would seem to allow for more possible poses.

But somehow, I don’t think it’s a coincidence that all of the models used seem to have physiques be close to our current cultural norms and thus are mostly readily objectified younger women.


#19

This is not a wolf. It’s three naked wolves.


#20

That was my first thought…
Also the following is the sort of body painting that I associate with men:

See also the typical super-sport-fan body painting.