Dear Tracey by fire, I (77) am now an obsolete, redundant, retired and inconsequential magazine photographer and writer living in Vancouver. Since the late 70s my personal work has consisted in taking photographs of women with as little as possible on. From female landscapes taken in our local nude beach I have gone in every direction and now I like to take photographs that are permissible in social media and will not offend. I find that at my age eroticism is more pure, elegant and cerebral because it is above the waist. You might enjoy finding out why breasts are called tits (a word I dislike)
Titzling's Support For Women Thursday, July 18, 2013 On Thursday afternoon I went to the new bookstore, The Paper Hound…
And this one is about finding why it is we like cleavage: http://blog.alexwaterhousehayward.com/2008/03/plenty-of-nothing.html
And this one is about beds: http://blog.alexwaterhousehayward.com/2011/12/beds-beds-more-beds.html
I remember being assigned by our Canadian version of Time, Maclean’s Magazine to go to a first ever stripper convention in Las Vegas called The Golden G-String. I was poolside and a couple of women behind me were talking about getting their breast enlarged. By then I knew that when a woman with such breasts is on her back the breasts refuse to react to gravity. Yes! I like breasts that droop and very important those that jiggle. Congratulations for your essay. It is the last free essay I am able to read. I blog lots and place many here in Medium but I refuse to pay that fee.