About Project Naked

 

Project Naked is a safe space for women and non-binary people to speak about the stories of their bodies. We want to rebel against the voices that tell us we’re not good enough and then shame us for believing it. We want to share the real stories of our bodies, from the painful to the joyful.

We want this to be an inclusive space for all women and non-binary people to share their stories and speak out against gender-based oppression of our bodies. We want to be as inclusive as possible here so we’re always open to feedback about how we could be doing better at sharing more voices.

If you would like to send us a story, an experience, a photo, a poem, a rant… then we would love to hear from you. We will put up all submissions body related – positive, negative, long or short.

Every body has a story. What’s yours?

Submit your story using this contact form, or using the details below.

Or email us at projectnaked@gmail.com – let us know if you prefer to be anonymous, or if you have a blog you’d like us to link to.

You can also contact us on Twitter and follow us on instagram @project_naked

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15 thoughts on “About Project Naked

  1. Following your blog after I saw a sticker on the toilet cubicle door in the backpackers bar in Edinburgh xxxxxx Loves it x

    1. Thanks so much, glad you enjoy it. Tell your friends, and of course we’d love to hear from you if you’d like to write a post 🙂

  2. Thank you so much for what you are doing.. I work on the same topic and help women learn to love their body no matter their shape or size. I would love to speak with you further as I have a campaign called “Bath Talks” where women are getting naked in the bathtub and talking about how they feel about their body and them self. You can see some of the bath talk videos (those that have already been released) at my youtube channel http://www.youtube.com/user/BodyLiberator?feature=guide. I’d love to email directly with you if you are interested bodyliberator@gmail.com . Thank you for helping in such an important issue that is worldwide. Bonnie Gayle

  3. Just found ur blog and i have to say: i like the idea very much and what you are trying to achieve is a wonderful thing! Very inspiring…

  4. This is a great idea. As a feminist in many poetry workshops full of men and women who didn’t “get” my poetry about sex abuse, women’s bodies, good sex, losing virginity, having babies, etc., I love that you have this forum. Fist bump! Breast bump! Yay!

    1. So glad you like it! If you fancy sending us some of your poetry, or a story about getting frustrated in workshops with people who don’t “get” it, that’d be great 🙂 Our stories are so important and so often left out of the media. Fist bumps and breast bumps all round!

  5. Thank you so much for this blog. I suffer from Lichen Sclerosus which is an auto-immune disease which affects the vulva. I write my blog on my experience of this. It is so important for women to have an open dialogue about themselves and their bodies. Most women with my disease will never be diagnosed or receive treatment because of a lack of dialogue. Which is awful because LS is so debilitating and scaring.

      1. That was very beautiful to read. Vuvla diseases are so hard to talk openly about, because it can feel as though its some fault we have as women. It’s important to educate people and change this thought process. Thank you for sharing that with me. 🙂

  6. Wow, thank you so much! Im humbled by your words. I haven’t heard of this award thingy but it seems a wonderful way to share blogs and network and I’m flattered you’ve chosen us as one of your nominations. Big shout back to you, what you write is an inspiration. Thank you 🙂

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