No, I wouldn't. I would always feel that there would be SOMETHING wrong with me, that I didn't want the world to see, no matter how attractive I was considered to be. Peoples self concept would always take a beating. There might be a lump or bump that I could see, but the photographer doesn't, and it would really irk me to have it out there in such a public way. I guess I wouldn't need to worry in this day and age of photo shopping. You would need to have a huge ego to think that (a) you have a perfect body and (b) people would be interested in buying a magazine to see it. This does NOT apply to me. I doubt I would ever feel comfortable doing that, no matter how much money or fame I had. I think it is more to do with ones own sense of self importance. I don't need the adulation of the world to make me feel good about myself and my body.
My kinda of question. As a matter of fact, been there, done that.
No, we did not have perfect bodies(by whose standards anyhow), and our only fame was that we had our story about us and our pics published here, and in various other places and times over a few years.
It was reported as,
Re:latest edition of Marie Claire magazine
(September 2008), an article on page 46 called "Real people- the naked truth" where couples tell about their first time seeing each other nude.
There on page 48 is a naturist couple who are members of the Free Beach Association Dave & then partner Jo.
Do we, now moved on and married, have the same ideas and would we do it today, yes.
Absolutely yes. The freedom and confidence gained even though we, all 3 of us, and our kids, where nudism as a family is the norm, and in public we are not ashamed of ourselves, we would yes, do it all again.
Then there is the Nude Wedding album........and Nude Life modeling which is another story.