Within the pages of Model Society Magazine, the best and most creative models, photographers and artists in the world are restoring human beauty to its rightful place as a true work of art.
Our humanity, when portrayed as art, has the power to help us appreciate and explore the depths of our shared human experience.
Get your free issue of model society magazine and allow yourself to look upon each work of art with new eyes, reconsidering your own unique humanity as a beautiful and miraculous work of art. Get your copy of the magazine and break free from the cultural hypnosis of beauty standards. Reclaim your experience of human beauty as your own.
It’s absurd to think of you (exactly as you are) as anything less that a true work of art.
Your body has been shaped by the same creative dynamics that shaped the world. Your body has come from the same collective ground as the trees and the flowers that you see shining all around you… as they stand naked … and without shame. The only thing that is obscene in the contemplation of your naked humanity is the idea that you’re somehow obscene. The only thing that is perverted about celebrating human beauty as a work of art is the idea … that you should be ashamed to either enjoy beauty in others … or to be held as beautiful … in the eyes of others.
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