We love FEMEN. We love women, and we love FEMEN. FEMEN is that topless women's protest group you've seen in the news demonstrating for women's rights. You might think it strange that a nude website like BiM would support a woman's group that has denounced all commercialization of women's bodies as sexist pornography, but we hope FEMEN will give us a pass since half of our creative team is female. We also strongly support women's right to use and enjoy their own beauty and sexuality for whatever purposes they choose, so while we might disagree with some of FEMEN's targets, we definitely support their right to protest topless, and we actually love the image of beautiful nude women as moral crusaders because we believe that inspiring people to be moral is nature's purpose for creating female beauty in the first place, and FEMEN is the only women's group to have ever tapped into that power on purpose. We were the first people to talk about this power that we know of several years ago and we coined the term "superbeauty" for it. Certainly the female body is unsurpassed in getting men's attention, but what has been missing until now is a good idea of what to do with that attention once you have it. Most recently the beautiful topless ladies of Page 3 in the UK have joined FEMEN in spirit and have started to use their beauty to raise money for worthy charities, a move first made by ex-Page 3 girl and BiM model Peta Todd. It's taken us as a species thousands of years to realize the untapped power in female beauty to change the world for the better, so perhaps Page 3 can be forgiven for taking 40 years to discover it? Yet, it's no coincidence that the people who want to shut Page 3 down as "pornography" are coming along just when Page 3 is starting to take on a moral purpose. Such people have made it quite clear that the only way they will accept nudity and beauty together is in the kind of pornography that openly admits its depravity and proceeds to crawl under a rock in shame. Such material has always been easy to ban and control, which is what the enemies of beauty and morality want. They call Page 3 "pornography" simply because calling it "superbeauty" would expose their desire to keep female beauty from ever inspiring people morally. Thanks to FEMEN, and perhaps thanks to Page 3 if it survives, the truth that the female body is a force of human good is getting out in some small ways. And we think that's simply super.