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Project Naked is still alive!

We’ve been very quiet recently but Project Naked is still on our minds! We have some video ideas and we’re always accepting submissions from women everywhere, please have a look at the Where Do I Start? page for some ideas – no story is unimportant, if you think about the impact these stories have had on you think about how your story could impact on someone else.

We really want to get back on track with this and we need your help; Project Naked can’t exist without you! πŸ™‚

Project Naked goes to the Fringe!

Since we live in Edinburgh, we thought the Fringe was a good chance to spread the word about Project Naked. We’ve got some flyers:

… and a sandwich board:

and we’re planning to get out and about speaking to as many different women as possible, asking them what they love about their bodies. We’re hoping to put together a wee vox pop video of the women that we speak to, so have a look out for us if you’re at the Festival this year and come and say hello πŸ™‚

And, of course, we’re always accepting stories from all women to post on the blog, which you can send to projectnaked@gmail.com. Check out Where do I start?! for some ideas.

Call for stories

Hello πŸ™‚

We hope that reading women’s stories about their relationships with their bodies, happy and sad, can inspire us to think about the way we feel about our own bodies. These stories aren’t always happy – and they’re rarely happy all the way through – but they are all important. This project is collecting real stories, and it can’t exist without your help.

We think that we have the potential to continue creating something amazing together as women, not just here in the online space but engaging in a wider conversation about how we relate to our bodies.

If you would like to share your story, any thoughts or experiences, you can email us at projectnaked@gmail.com. Even if you don’t want to share something online, it can be a cathartic experience to spend some time thinking about how your body makes you feel and finding what you love about it.