There wasn't enough nudity in the American Old West. I know because whenever I let my imagination go back to that time I inevitably start inventing ways the ladies could show more skin. (For proof of my predilection, click here.) So when we shot Page 3 girl and glamour model Hayley-Marie Coppin in the Las Vegas desert, of course we did a cowgirl theme that got her quite naked. The only thing we didn't have for her to pose with was a gun belt and six-shooter, which would have been appropriate, since a woman is never better dressed than when she's carrying a Colt 45. Clothing keeps men from touching a woman's body, and nothing's better at that than fear of being shot dead. Even jeans and a t-shirt keeps men's hands off because they send the message loud and clear that the woman wearing them is NOT on display for their tactile amusement. Big ballroom hoop skirts do the same thing, and the woman wearing them can even go topless without losing the effect. We like the irony of a woman being "clothed" by something other than clothes, because it allows her to show off the beauty of her body while remaining protected from the unwanted advances of silly men.