When this piece is finished, it might be a bit controversial as I do acknowledge that there are two men in a romantically inclined position of sorts in the upper righthand corner. Be warned before you click the show image button that this does feature excessive nudity. This is for a reason. Lately, I've been noticing something that saddens me and I feel this image is a good platform for changing it. It seems to me that women are completely uncomfortable with their bodies. The majority of them are not willing to show off any cleavage or their legs beyond the knee. I hope this doesn't come off as me being a pervert, because I look at this piece and the corresponding state of mind completely objectively. I myself am not attracted to women, but I fin it sad that so many are not satisfied with their figure. You don't have to be a size two to be attractive. And behaving like an amish cheerleader is not going to build up your self esteem. Also, Cosmopolitan magazine is a load of crap. If you want to know how your boyfriend feels about you or if he is attracted to you physically, you should just ask him, or his friends. Chances are he wouldn't be with you if he didn't find you attractive both on a physical and on an emotional level. In short, when it comes to perceiving beauty, you are your own worst critic. That is what has prompted me to do this piece and I hope you don't think ill of me for it.