Instagram Model Christmas Shops Without Clothes On At Mall

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elliot-wolf - November 23, 2017

What won’t women do for attention. What exactly is the endgame when going out in public with nothing but body paint on? Why didn’t torrential downpour strike the Maryland area the day Jen Seidel decided to paint Maria Luciotti’s entire body in paint to substitute for clothing. A NSFW version of this video would have been worthy of watching for a full seven minutes. But we got the next best thing, public indecency at your local mall not involving the smelly homeless man with no shirt or shoes.  

A nearly naked woman expertly body-painted to look dressed strolled through a mall to see if anyone would notice in a new video.

The model, Maria Luciotti, was decked in a painted shirt and pair of jeans by body paint artist Jen Seidel before taking to a mall in Towson, Maryland, for the experiment.

It’s nice to know creating a viral video has a formula. Just get as close to forced voyeurism as possible and voila, three million views and counting. I’m interested in seeing how quickly a man would be arrested for attempting to imitate the same stunt. There’s female empowerment buried somewhere in there. Just know that although walking around without clothing she’s still not asking for it. And make sure you ask permission to look before your ogling falls under oppression. Because women do things just to do things. They don’t need rules or a reason to do it. Make sure to respect every woman in public who knowingly participates in daily activities without clothes. If you don't you're a sexist pig.

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