if you were a star athlete would you have the confidence to pose for espn body issue? i just recently saw these didnt know so many athletes posed for it.
I'd probably get a boner because I get excited when people see me naked.
it's the equivalent of exploitation films for athletes. it should be looked down upon. that, and it's basically saying you'll get naked for money, it's an act of submission above everything. you get paid millions of dollars but you will sell the sacred image of your exposed body for a few thousand more. even if you weren't getting paid, and it was a charity thing, the publishers are making big bucks from your hard work. doesn't seem right.
not u 2 marshawn?!!!
>if you were a star athlete would you have the confidence to pose for espn body issue?
yes, and not only that, when possible i would compete in the uniform of the original greek olympic athletes,Olive Oil.
Don't mean to be a dick, but I feel like the rest of the world can appreciate the human body, while most Americans look down on any form of nudity
It seems silly to me, its nothing people haven't seen before
Sure. I have no issues with nudity. I think it'd be pretty funny. I don't take myself too seriously because I have self esteem and I'm not a huge faggot. It'd be something cool to joke about years down the line.
You don't like human bodies at the peak of physical fitness desu?
this chick thinks she's a JoJo's character
>tfw no qt brown track gf with gr8 ass
They should really show the genitals, if they're really trying to make a statement about the artistry of the human body. Instead, they pose them awkwardly and shoot from angles that actually do make them look weird and ugly. Seems like a bullshit attempt at a "sex sells" issue like the swimsuit edition but under the guise of art and social progress.
>mfw that's an actor playing a runner
doesn't this defeat the perpous of the body issue. the body issue is supposed to be about athleticism not sexuality. having her cover her body in this way is just sexuality based