Angela: Day One

Elegant, poised, well-spoken, well-groomed. Angela isn’t going to strip all her clothes off, is she?

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Maia: Day Five

Maia peels her shorts off, and admits she’d have some hesitation about dancing nude in front of an audience–but she’s wear something revealing on stage. As she stands naked, she looks like a classical statue, with her shapely figure and blonde curls. And she’s natural blonde, as she reveals while looking ahead to her future, maybe living in Asia or Europe, dancing and maybe doing research psychology. One more year in school first.

In the video gallery

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Maia: Day Four

Another thing we found out about Maia is that she writes poetry and stories. She amazes us with a short, fluent recital. She says she’s shy…but she’s doing Slow Exposure. Why? “Because I like adventure.” As her bra comes off, she confirms she’s an absolute first-timer.

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Maia: Day Three

Maia finishes up her dance, and we have to ask if she’s concerned about wearing such a short dress. “I wear shorts underneath”–and that’s a conscious decision. Time to take the dress off, which takes a moment or two as she deals with the fastenings. Then, in bra and those little black shorts, she starts telling us about swimming and swimsuits. One of her plans for the New York trip: visit Coney Island.

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Maia: Day Two

Slipping off her shoes and socks, Maia gives us a quick introduction to movement therapy. She’s in college, studying psychology and dance, and this is where the two subjects meet for her. Speaking of dance, we have to ask her to show us some of her modern dance moves. She does, the short dress spinning about her bare legs.

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Maia: Day One

Curly-haired Maia had a big surprise for us. She’s from Seattle, and had only been in New York for…four days before shooting Slow Exposure. She’s certainly intrepid: as we’ll learn, she’s never done any kind of nude photography, video, or performance before. She’s only staying for a month, so we’re glad she fitted us in to her program.

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Emily: Day Five

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The towel is going… Yes, it’s gone. The last veil. And here is amazing Emily, completely naked, smiling and still chatting with us. We could compliment her on her skin too, but we are almost running out of compliments. How about some final poses? What does she think about the experience? “It’s interesting, it’s new…Thank you for having me.” Emily, thank you: and our members thank you too.

In the video gallery.

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Emily: Day Four

How did we ever get this lucky? Did you meet any woman more beautiful than Emily anywhere else this week? And she is going to slowly slide her delicate undergarments off under the cover of a towel. Of course, Slow Exposure members are going to see what is under the towel too. Can we confirm, Emily, that you are completely naked under there? “Yes.”

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Emily: Day Three

Gorgeous Emily’s flowing dress is a mess as we start today, because she’s been lifting at the front and flashing at the back. Might as well take it off completely. The black two-piece lingerie – anyone else thinking “Swordfish,” but with Halle Berry’s younger sister? She looks magnificent, sitting back in her underwear, lightly resting her palms on her thighs. Listen to the story about her short black dress ripping, and imagine what members are going to see tomorrow.

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Emily: Day Two

So, what do you think? Isn’t she beautiful? And what is under that flowing dress? We’ll find out a little bit today, after asking her to strike some elegant poses – we’ll try to ask her how she feels about short skirts. And without hesitating, she lifts that hem to show us. What about doing the same thing, but lifting the dress from the rear? She hasn’t been to a topless beach, but she’d like to. We’ll have to imagine some sand for her.

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