On a scale of nine to ten, how much anxiety do you feel about getting naked for the first time with a new man?
In this piece, writer Walker Thornton acknowledges that many women worry about every little wrinkle and jiggle, and admits to having challenges with her own body from time to time. But she argues that a woman is much more than her body, and has great qualities that matter far more than how she looks naked. Moreover, a man who judges more on appearance than the entire person is shallow, and treating the woman as an accessory to his own midlife crisis. (and quite likely to be short, fat, and bald himself).