What Women Look Like Naked. Really

I normally see semi clad women on a fashion shoot, so my perspective has been somewhat distorted. That and all the magazines. Well might I suggest a trip to your local swimming pool. Gentlemen (and I think you already know this) This is what the majority of women look like really. You naughty lying magazines, you.


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About Laura Quick

A professional and published London based Illustrator, with a client list including The Guardian, The Independent and AnOther Magazine, Laura set up The Daily Think to showcase her own self initiated work - based on daily life. The things we see, hear and do everyday often from an amusing angle. To make life easier to swallow.
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53 Responses to What Women Look Like Naked. Really

  1. Cristian Mihai says:

    Reblogged this on Cristian Mihai.


  2. Gingernut says:

    Reblogged this on GingerNut Creativity and commented:
    HA, so true!


  3. diadarling says:



  4. Julxrp says:

    We all buy into the fact that we should look like supermodels; men and women. A girl’s locker room isn’t quite the heavenly picture portrayed in movies and our naughty minds. 😛
    Truth be told though, we could if we wanted to. It takes discipline to which I myself is sorely lacking.


  5. Suresh MK says:

    It is all in the eyes of beholder

    Liked by 1 person

  6. CLARE SCOTT says:

    Hah!Love it Jean, must share 🙂


  7. Sandra says:

    Reblogged this on Natures Healing and commented:
    This is so very true isn’t it? Real women come in a variety of shapes and sizes, we would be better as a society to understand that and appreciate that we come in different sizes. Loved this blog today


  8. frankieandgiuseppe says:

    Very true, we need more pictures like this! (On a lighter note; if this is the women’s, I wouldn’t like to see the men’s changing rooms…)


  9. thepanta says:

    Ah, so true!


  10. Kerina says:

    Love it 🙂


  11. So true! I was in Mexico recently with my husband and some friends and we were at awe at all the different, and confident, body types. From fully nude to regular bathing suits. It was a great environment to be in, in all honesty. Love this!


  12. makagutu says:

    This is kinda hilarious


  13. aya001 says:

    This is so true, I get to see what women really look like when their naked at the gym.


  14. Stasey Paris says:

    Reblogged this on and commented:
    I think, we call can agree that there is a need to have a men’s version of this.


  15. kateywrites says:

    Great! I recall my first trip with friends to a topless beach in France. The men were so excited at the idea…until they realized that most of the topless women were NOT fashion models. Personally, I thought it was great to see women of every shape and size (and age!) comfortable and confident in their bodies.


  16. analyticalperspective says:



  17. I have slowly learnt that how woman is portrayed in magazines
    Is nothing before a real woman…
    A real women who is natural and cool


  18. S dot Love says:

    Haha this is sooo true!


  19. absolutely true!…I can vouch …since I take water aerobics 3 times a week… Us and all our “glory”…


  20. CheersToMyLitDegree says:

    Reblogged this on After all, I musn't let it go to waste. and commented:
    I see women all the time surreptitiously check the other women out in locker rooms with an apprehensive look on their face. What are they scared of? They’re scared of seeing someone who actually looks like those women in magazines/television. When they don’t, when they see normal, healthy, realistic looking women, it’s amazing how quickly the tension oozes out of them.


  21. punkmorvs says:

    Reblogged this on Hippy Hoo Ha and commented:
    I couldn’t agree more. 🙂 Love your ever changing body and everybody elses. It’s a wee journey in life and like everything else it goes up and down, fluctuates. Ups and downs. Ebbing and flowing. Get in the boat and set sail.


  22. smeleyl says:

    Reblogged this on S.Meley.L and commented:
    I love what this article says


  23. Reblogged this on perfe(r)ktna parabola and commented:
    A great drawing.


  24. willowdot21 says:

    OMG! I am so shocked!! 😉


  25. Yes! Thank you! I find if I ever need a healthy body image re-adjustment, a trip to the onsen (Japanese hot spring, no clothes allowed) does the trick. Even though most Japanese women are typically pretty slim you still get to see bodies of all types, ages and sizes. And we’re all beautiful. 🙂


  26. dawn says:

    Will u post anything about what men look like naked really?


  27. ROSES says:

    I love this! I have truly been lied to for such a long time.


  28. ROSES says:

    Reblogged this on gold1dust and commented:
    Ha! Reality verses lies.


  29. Martin dit Châteauneuf says:

    Unfortunately, as a man, they won’t let me enter women’s locker room…hehe. Even if it’s to objectively verify your observation.


  30. criswsells says:

    This is true. Without editing, imperfections will show for no one is really perfect.


  31. ~ Sadie ~ says:

    Loved this – reblogged on http://justsomethingiwasthinkingabout.com/ with the comment:
    Couldn’t have said it better myself . . . thanks Laura Quick & The Daily Think!
    And the imperfections and subtleties we each have are where our beauty lies – this is what makes each of us special and unique.
    Just something I was thinking about . . .


  32. ~ Sadie ~ says:

    Reblogged this on Just something I was thinking about . . . and commented:
    Couldn’t have said it better myself . . . thanks Laura Quick & The Daily Think!
    And the imperfections and subtleties we each have are where our beauty lies – this is what makes each of us special and unique.
    Just something I was thinking about . . .


  33. Ryan M. Church says:

    Reblogged this on . . . We All Are The Universe..


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