It doesn't take much to be naughty, to steal cookies for example, or to giggle in church. Posing nude in front of the whole world, however, takes real courage. And so does risking censure to use and enjoy your sexuality. So if you mean bravery when you talk about a woman being sexual, say "brave" or "sexy", not "naughty". Don't add to the already overwhelming number of words stacked against sexy women these days. "Sexism" and "objectification" are also meaningless terms. Yet glam-bashing "feminist" groups continue to use them effectively to censor our media because people who see female sexuality as "naughty" will not dare to stand in public and declare their love and respect for naked women. This is another reason not to use the word "naughty": it concedes the moral high ground to your enemy. If you're interested in changing minds or at least sounding reasonable, telling people you're only 'a little' sneaky and immoral just won't do it.
As bad as losing an argument is, there's an even more costly consequence: the small guilt you feel for enjoying "naughty" pictures prevents you from seeing the guilt of your opponents. In our view, people who hate female beauty know perfectly well that sexy images are healthy for men, empowering for women, and pretty much irrelevant to kids. They should know that preaching the "evils" of female sexuality is what makes men hate women, makes women destroy themselves, and what screws children up. They won't admit it - ever - but only because they don't want us to know it. Our own guilt prevents us from seeing theirs, but also from seeing how truly monstrous theirs is. And that keeps them safe from the wrath of decent folk.
We get the feeling true beauty haters want to do much more - and something much worse - than remove topless models from Page 3 or lads mags from stores. We sense that they want nothing less than to remove every single last pleasure from our lives one by one - to destroy every possible reason anyone could ever have for living, no matter how small or how cherished it is. This would certainly explain why they always seem to be going after someone's joy.
The psychology of such people is too big a subject to cover properly in a small blurb like this. In fact it would take a small book. Remember the Grinch? Is it possible these people simply want to die and to take every last one of us with them? Hard to believe perhaps, and harsh. But no more vicious or incredible than accusing sexy women of warping children, ruining women, corrupting men and damning us all.
And as far as we can tell, it's nothing but our own misguided belief that naked means naughty that keeps sexual Grinches true nature hidden, and fear of our just anger that makes them work so hard to keep us thinking naked ladies are immoral. The Grinches know we can't denounce them as depraved as long as we think we are. So we can only fight them if we stop believing them.
Naked ladies - and those who admire them - need to shout as loudly and as proudly as they can that sexy women are not immoral, and that nakedness is not naughty. Don't we all wish Eve had talked back to God in the garden of Eden and exclaimed "I've done nothing wrong!" The world, and the freedom of women, is still waiting for a woman to do just that. But it's a start at least to simply stop using the word "naughty", and stop equating female sexuality with sin. And perhaps in the end, if it's not intentional, the Grinches will see the error of their ways and change.