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It was the first night of my summer tour with Firestarter. We were in Winnipeg and I had gotten slightly too inebriated at the house show we played.
I fell asleep giggling, which I think both annoyed and entertained my tour mates. I awoke, bundled in my coat and a few scarves I had been too out of it to find my blanketexpecting my phone to be a mess of thirsty men wondering why I was texting them at 3 AM the night prior.
My predictions were accurate, but to my surprise my screen was full of Snapchat notifications. I only discovered that I had revealed areola to the world by Snapchat letting me know that multiple people had taken screenshots of the video I had posted. With great relief I opened the app to find that all of my notifications were snaps from friends. I opened them one by one. A nudes with friends from Emily. A nude from Bethani. A total of seven nudes from a variety of my very dear friends who wanted to wish me good luck on tour. It was only recently that I had become even remotely comfortable with the concept of sending nudes.
I used to take them, look at them, become completely repulsed by my own body, and immediately delete them. So, the fact that I was at the point where my friends regularly sent me nudes as a simple gesture of friendship felt like a very hilarious turn of events.
Most of my friends and I are often in different cities at different times. If someone expressed that they were sad, it seemed fitting to send them a nude. You need to find somewhere private. You consider the lighting and the context of the photo a bit more than a regular selfie. Having taken many nudes, I know the effort that my friends are putting in to reach out to me.
Receiving unsolicited nudes is most certainly not appreciated in the same way. The conversation and agreement is what really affirms the trust between us.
I know when my friends are feeling good about themselves because of how they captioned their nudes. Over time, our poses and knowledge of lighting and facial expressions have evolved. To be honest, I feel great about this. Some names changed. Please ask for consent before sending nudes to your buds and acquaintances. Articles, Essays, and Advice supported by patreon.
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