Recently I saw online a story about Suzanne Somers, former star of the television show “Three’s company.” She recently decided to celebrate her birthday by posing “nude” and posting it. People started posting things about how distasteful it was and that she should hang it up at this age (She looked great years ago on the television series). Out of curiosity, I took a look at the picture. One thing that I did take notice of was the pose she had. It may not have been the most flattering pose to take nude but I didn’t actually see “any” nudity in the picture. It was also interesting to check out the comments about her. While some of them were not flattering others were quite supportive of her. If you would like to check out the article, here is the link:
I always believe that one man’s trash could be another man’s treasure. I am not trying to equate her picture with trash at all. From what I saw, I still think she is attractive at the age of 73. Did the picture do anything for me? Probably not, but then again most pictures of that nature don’t phase me that way. If done right, pictures are considered artwork to me, and that is how I viewed her picture. People are entitled to their opinions, but I thought it was a good picture. She still looks good at the age of 73 and considering all the other pictures of famous women nude that we all have seen I think she had every right to post her picture. People can try to condemn her if they want, but there are still many people out there who think she still has it. I am one of those who think she still has it too. She gets my full support on what she did. In this age seeing naked pictures seems to be almost commonplace. It reminds me of when I went to the southern beaches of France and Miami. Those beaches were topless, and after awhile it just seemed “normal” to me. Nudity is considered tasteless and disrespectful to some, but some of our most famous artistic works featured nudity. I guess it all depends on your state of mind. I like to keep my mind open to things that some other people may not understand. I feel like I can learn more that way. Hats off (as well as everything else) to Suzanne Somers, and thank you for checking out my Daily Thought. As always I wish you the very best that life has to offer.
Patti Labelle and Smokey Robinson with Brett Jolly on bass guitar