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Lissa knew growing up that she wanted to influence history, but there was a lot she needed to learn to do that. She meets Morrie in Las Vegas and, despite how he appears, he’s just the man to teach her everything she needs to know. When they negotiate for her virginity, Lissa sees Morrie as a means to an end—her virginity for his knowledge. Morrie’s not the man Lissa thinks him to be; he only hopes when she discovers the real man, she’s going to want him as much as he wants her.
It’s been almost two years for Thea, two long and painfully empty years since she met Gabriel and the month they spent together the erotic and emotional highlight of her life.
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There’s something fascinating about the nude in the visual art world – from the most realistic to the perfection that doesn’t feel like reality at all. From sculpture to prints to paintings to photography – nudes allow the creator to see the world in a different way from our everyday life. Of course, that statement isn’t true if you live in a naturist colony – in which case, you’re probably fascinated by clothing.
Nudes have been with us since the beginning of art – the Greeks and Romans and Egyptians portrayed gods and people in the nude. Rembrant’s lovely portraits of his companion Hendrikje are the epitomy of nudes created with love. Lucian Freud’s incredibly detailed paintings of men and women show us what life is really like, especially for people who are leading complicated lives.
As photography became more popular and much easier (and cheaper!), photographers began photographing nudes – usually in quite contrived postures. But looking back on them, it’s impossible not to see the beauty of the (almost exclusively in the early days) female figure.