The brides-to-be stripping off to pose nude with their girlfriends in risque 'boudoir bachelorette party' shoots
In a new trend sweeping the bridal industry, bachelorettes are banding together to pose nude or semi-nude for 'boudoir photography parties' - celebrating both friendship and the female form.
Empowering women of all shapes and sizes, the risque group photo shoots have become increasingly popular with brides-to-be, who would traditionally pose solo for a sultry image for their new husband.
'A lot of girls would bring along a friend for moral support, so then we thought, "Hey, wouldn’t it be fun if it was a whole group of people?"' photographer Catherine Leonard told the New York Post's Jane Ridley. 'They bring wine and food and turn it into a real celebration.'
Why does empowering have to be associated with nudity for women? We rarely see the same association with men. Just think it's odd. It seems to still play into what men want and treating women as sex objects.
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