Erika Girardi has a very interesting interpretation of what it means to dress business casual. On Thursday, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star, 47, shared an Instagram photo of herself from a meeting , which shows her wearing nothing but her birthday suit. The steamy post comes after Girardi shared a sexy photo of her lounging on a pool chair in a sexy one-piece swimsuit. One day before that, Girardi shared another naked photo , but this time it was shot her posing alongside comedian Celeste Barber. In the photo, Girardi can be seen facing the camera with star emojis covering her private areas. Barber, clearly trolling the Bravo star, also posed naked but used a hamburger emoji, a frog emoji and a stressed face emoji to cover her.
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Why I Love Being Naked
When I was a little girl, I was one of the nakedest little girls you'd ever meet. Kids have no sense of shame about their bodies, and why should they? Being naked, as long as you're not shivering out in the cold, is one of the most natural things a human body can be. From communal bath time with the cousins, where I was only distinguishable by the length of my hair come on, every family has one of those dorky photos , to walking around diaper-less and fancy-free, to hauling up my polyester Barbie nightie and boogying bottomless in the living room, naked was the way I wanted to be. Something changed when I was about 6 or 7.
Erika Girardi Nonchalantly Bends Over Naked During Meeting: 'Business Casual'
I live with a houseful of boys: four, to be exact. But they're still relatively young -- so there are no nudie mags stashed between mattresses, no stealthily-accessed porn sites that someone forgot to erase out of the Internet history, nothing like that. As much as I'd love to think my kids won't be curious, I'm well aware that won't be the case: those things are looming and will probably start happening much sooner than I'd like. I mean, if I had my druthers, they wouldn't even think about sex until they were like
Then, your gym teacher tells you to strip naked and walk onto the pool deck with your nude male classmates. Yes, those same classmates you sit next to in math. But for more than 50 years even until , by some accounts , this was standard policy at public high schools in Chicago and across the country. Curious City listener Michael San Filippo grew up hearing stories about what it was like from his dad. Michael and several other listeners have sent questions to Curious City asking for more information about the school policy.