One of the most beautiful things in the world is an innocent type of female sexuality.
This is an oxymoron to many people since "innocence" is often taken to mean a lack of sexual experience, so the concept of an innocent female sexuality seems to beg the question: how can female sexuality - which is sinful by nature - be innocent?
Nevertheless, an innocent element is so often used in images which feature female sexuality because innocence is also a loose colloquial approximation for morality itself, and like I've said so many times, nothing is more beautiful than mixtures of female sexuality and morality.
In fact, it is the moral overtones of innocence that accounts for whatever appeal there may be in everything from images of mature sexual women dressed as innocent little girls to Dаvіd Hаmіltоn's nude images of young girls.
But this kind of image - like someone who thinks innocence means a lack of sexuality - misidentifies the true nature of innocence, and so misses the great beauty possible in a blend of true innocence and sexuality, such as in the photo above.
Innocence does not mean a lack of sexual experience, and it is not a synonym for morality. Innocence means knowledge of one's own guiltlessness. Properly, innocence means "shamelessness".
Unfortunately, even that word has had its meaning subverted by colloquial misuse.
"Shamelessness" has come to mean brazen flaunting of one's guilt, when in reality, it means the opposite. If one is shameless it means one has nothing to be ashamed of - it means one is shameless. Therefore, if anything, "shamelessness" means the brazen flaunting of one's own lack of guilt.
Shamelessness is the most beautiful way to mix an 'innocent' morality with female sexuality.
And it's one of the most beautiful qualities any woman can have.