Shaedynlee blogging naked : Bare feels

It’s a bank holiday here in the UK, so a day off, a decent-ish day and a barbecue loaded for a little later. In between, I’m enjoying a day checking out other bloggers, as I do from time to time, to see what clothes, hair, skins are out there at the moment. I’ve already posted that other bloggers are seemingly growing tired with the media’s consistent body-shaming of women, and now I notice that Sheadynlee’s blog reports a sense of clothes-fatigue, more from the perspective of being overloaded with review copies, but certainly Shae makes it apparent that there does come a point where it’s time to step back from an overdose of clothes.

I understand this. The blogs present a huge variety of options for SL clothing and it can certainly be exhausting to try to keep up, and I’m pleased that we don’t have that responsibility, being able to pick and chose items that we feel can fit into ‘the naturist wardrobe’. Thus limited, it does reduce what I can imagine would be a sense of stress in needing to keep up.

It’s terrific to see Shae cast off her cares with her clothes. It works in SL. It works in RL too! 😉

Her blog is one of our go-to sites, precisely because several of the items she posts can be appropriated for our ongoing ‘naturist wardrobe’. A blogsite well worth visiting, in our opinion!

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Be proud, you’re beautiful

I’m delighted to read Mischa’s post on the SL Destinations R Us blog, wherein she comments on the issue of body-shaming, and how people, particularly young women, are subjected to pressure from a beauty image.8374956812_8e0cc045b5_z

For a while some of us who are less mainstream in our SL blogging have been saying the same thing, but it rather appears that that sense of fighting back against the shape-shamers has boiled over into SL’s more popular clothes blogs, that we as a community of SL bloggers are now all beginning to say the same thing, that enough is enough.


Time to be proud of who you are, regardless of what a beauty industry says.