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It seems that, as these images are the ones that are constantly in the media, we then compare ourselves to photographs that have been edited, photoshopped and chosen only after thousands different takes are captured.The less natural body shapes we see and the fewer naked images we see, the higher chance we have of believing that ours are somehow different to the majority of others and should be hidden away.Erica admits, she has had to dodge cops, been laughed at, others have applauded, she has been hit on and landed in a fight with a cab driver.

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New York City is a fashion mecca, where image and stature reign the streets.

As I watch an image-absorbed society care more about the sales at Barney’s than the homeless people they ignore as they parade by, I began to ponder: ‘What would the world feel like naked?

How many times do we not feel great about ourselves, until we put on our favourite garments and suddenly our confidence is raised?

How about we raise our confidence the fabrics adorn us by simply looking at our flesh without judgmental eyes.

We feel that if we expose ourselves in any way—not just breasts, even showing a lot of leg or bare back—we are sexualising ourselves and, therefore, degrading ourselves in some way.

It makes sense, then, that a lot of us are now embarrassed and somewhat uncomfortable with our own bodies.

Fashion tends to segregate us as well as adapt us into various social categories, also helping us communicate our moods.

This tool of expression is quite precious to civil society and as most people, I organically use clothing as a way of portraying my own image.

Erica explains on her website: “Nue York: Self-Portraits of a Bare Urban Citizen bloomed from an initial questioning about clothing and the importance of fashion in modern society.

What we wear acts as a silent language allowing us to portray who we are or want to be, suggesting to the outer world an impression on us—whatever that may be.

‘How have we evolved so far away from our utmost primary state of being that it is actually against the law to be nude in public?

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