Inside the Mind of an Exhibitionist
Have you ever wondered what goes through an exhibitionist woman’s mind as she shows off her curves in a skimpy outfit at the office or in a bikini at the beach. What is that gorgeous woman thinking as she spins around the pole at your favorite club, flaunting her naked body to you and everyone present. What is it that causes some women to show everything they’ve got to the entire world.
This short book gets inside one woman’s head as she is displayed naked as part of a kinetic sculpture in Chicago’s Grant Park. As she hangs naked in public, she thinks of why she does what she does and what events have brought her to this point– hanging bound and naked for everyone to see.
Her name is not important. Her husband and Master, James, calls her “my beautiful slave” when he displays her, so “beautiful slave” is sufficient for a name.
What is important are the thoughts that go through beautiful slave’s head as she hangs there, covered in a thin layer of yellow-bronze latex that hides nothing, displayed to all the world as “The Vitruvian Woman.”
“The Vitruvian Man” is a famous drawing by Leonardo Da Vinci which shows a naked man with his arms and legs outstretched. A circle around the figure shows that the feet and hands remain in a circle as they move outward and that the center of the circle is just above the hips. “The Vitruvian Woman” is a statue based on that drawing, but using a woman. These are the thoughts of that woman.