Why are there so many protests when a beautiful woman gets a little naked in movies and on television while there are almost no protests against the over-the-top violent crimes against women we see committed several times daily in the same media? For example, nudity on network television in the US will get the broadcaster heavily fined and widely attacked by the various religious and "family" associations, yet how many young women do we see murdered by serial killers on any single night of US television dramas? 5? 10? We get a clue to why people are happy to see women killed but not naked when we notice that it's only a certain kind of nudity that people complain about. It is not sexual nudity. In fact, many actresses will do just about any sexually suggestive thing TV and movie writers can think up, including implied sexual intercourse, but they steadfastly refuse to do nude scenes, no matter how innocent or non-sexual they might be. The actresses who actually do nude scenes in movies almost always portray vampires, or strippers, or other dangerous or "immoral" women. The only kind of nudity we don't see, in movies or on TV, is beautiful women who are not evil. Good women. Good women naked. Perhaps it's because it forces us to confront our hatred of our own bodies. We have all been taught that man is destructive and evil, and this tends to make us hate mankind, ourselves, and our bodies. The fact remains that the American public (an increasingly the whole world) accepts violence but not nudity. And hatred of female beauty is the only explanation we can find for this seeming contradiction. This is why Body in Mind always tries to present beautiful women like Rachelle Wilde in full proud possession of their own bodies. We stand for non-violence against women and female beauty, and there is no contradiction in that.