BtoB: I like those posts too. They are generally the ones that I feel really emotional about on a personal level. I composed the commentary about Kasey Edwards and then panicked because I recognized it was perhaps too private or didn’t fit with my endeavor but after a little while I realized everything I DO is personal when it comes to this and my feelings on that were no different.

Sometimes sharing feelings about things like that is more challenging than sharing a picture though for some reason.
Would you mind sharing the post related to your period?
BtoB: [quoting ] “Just like last month, and the month before that and the month before that, and ok, you get it, I Will stop, I am on my period.
This continues to be accurate, but my periods have never in my life been easy. They are painful and dirty and I get cramps and headaches and bleed an entire hell of a lot. But they also force me to slow down, to pay attention to my body, to let someone take care of me for a day. They remind me that I’m vulnerable and at exactly the same time, so really powerful. They remind me that my body is amazing and fascinating and able of so many wonderful things. They remind me that it is alright to cry, or ask for help or ask for an additional hug that day.
In addition they remind me that people all around me are suffering every single day from things that I do not understand about. Perhaps url on their period too, or have a migraine, or are fighting a debilitating disorder. Maybe they’ve only lost a loved one, or have a sick kid at home. The folks around all of us are dealing with matters that hurt them constantly, emotionally and physically, but I know that so often I forget about that, and I think it’s all about me. If ‘m fine, they are fine.
I do not need additional help or empathy, why do they? So when my body reminds me what pain feels like, or what it’s like to spend a day feeling vulnerable and scared, it helps me recall that everyone else has those days also and perhaps occasionally they desire the additional hug, or a kind word, or a bit of help, and being reminded of that is a great thing.”
What is next for you and this job?
BtoB: As far as what comes next, I honestly have no idea. It began as merely a straightforward, funny endeavor and evolved into this odd and exciting stage from which I can talk about my body and hopefully help folks outside. Ideally, I want to break away from the Tumblr platform and direct more people to a web site instead. follow feel like Tumblr is kind of insular and has a extremely small demographic, and I Had like to stand outside of that and let more people see what I’m doing and find out about it who don’t always have Tumblr accounts. I began a web site with no idea what to set on it and somehow that’s evolved into a mix of Tumblr posts and also some additional information, posts, etc.
Occasionally I think to myself, I should simply cease. I have done enough. And I do not post anything for a few days, and then all of the sudden i realize I have another thing to say and I write about it and people respond to it and it rekindles that desire to keep doing it.
Ultimately, I have no idea. And somehow I simply keep going. But never once have I really understood w here I am going with it, it only occurs and I keep ending up wherever it takes me!
I understand I appreciate what you have to say and to consider it’s a dialogue that’s needed out there .
I feel like we’ve just touched the surface here, there are really so many things that we could discuss! Maybe we’ll reconnect in the future for part two. As you know, many of the listeners on this podcast are either naturists, or are interested in trying social nudity out, commonly to beat their own anxieties and body issues.Do you’ve any ideas for either?
url :Undoubtedly! I’d be happy to come back for a part two some day. Actually, I think my guidance to those folks would be to only do it! I ‘d say that 99 percent of the time, we are our worst critic and that thing (whatever it is, weight, hair, whatever) that’s so enormous to us is actually not a big deal to a lot of others. believe that everybody should learn to be comfortable naked by themselves and in front of strangers.