Porn, Art, and Nudity – And the Unspoken Connection Between All Three
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Sailun Tires

The similarities between pornography, art, and nudity, are not always seen with the naked eye – but if we stop to examine these three things, we can see that they are each intricately intertwined.

Would you believe me if I told you that the porn you might have watched last night, is not too incredibly far off from art made in Ancient Greece?

You might think this to be absurd, but when we truly break down the concepts of art and pornography, the lines drawn in the sand between the two start to blur.

Porn is nude art and nude art is porn 

Humans make art as a way of expressing their emotions, thoughts, and abstract ideas that can’t always be put into words. Sure, the passion and curiosity that a person has for other human beings, can be described through writing and the use of language. But describing those feelings visually portrays the emotion in a whole other, more awe-inspiring way. 

Sex and expressing sexuality have been a favorite subject of the visual arts, practically since the beginning of time. The Ancient Greeks carved countless statues of naked Greek gods and goddesses. Egyptians painted colorful depictions of orgies on the walls of temples and Indian, Japanese and Chinese artists did the same. 

Ancient humans enjoyed sex just as much as we do. But of course, the human beings of 1,000 years ago didn’t have an internet connection to watch some Videos xxx or Playboy magazines to satisfy their cravings.

And on a more spiritual level, when we feel like we need a sexual, and spiritual connection, today we can turn to our mobile devices and sift through thousands of images of beautiful, naked bodies and let our minds wander into the lands of fantasy and be inspired by human sexuality and beauty.

Throughout the years, and even still today, art has done just that for us all. Sex is humanity’s greatest muse, as it has inspired the creation of world shaping and norm-breaking art, that has ultimately led us to where we are today.

We turn to porn when we want to feel a spark of passion, to feel entertained, at peace, or even rebellious. And that, could not possibly be any closer to how we use and appreciate art in its truest form.

The intrigue of nude art

Audio and visual stimuli are, biologically, two of the most powerful forms of stimuli that we can possibly experience as humans. So, it’s really no mystery as to why audio and visual pornography are so irresistible to the millions of people that regularly consume it on a daily basis. 

As mentioned previously, nudity has been deeply interesting to us humans for thousands of years now. The only things that have changed, are the complex and always shifting social and cultural norms that dictate what is acceptable and what is not.

Affectionately gazing at a depiction of a nude human being hasn’t always been taboo. But today, nudity has been forced to hide in the shadows, as something to be hidden away and not talked about. And it’s this “forbidden” element about nudity that has only made it more irresistibly interesting to people in much of the western world today.

When combining all the right elements of today’s modern society, we are left with a collective hunger for nudity, nude art, and fine art porn that seems to be growing year by year. 

Appreciating pornography as the art form that it really is: Nude art

When the artistic aspect of pornography is stripped from its essence, the intense hunger that society has for sex and nudity will never be fully satisfied. This is because when pornography is valued for what it truly is (an art form that’s been around for millennia), it can actually provide people with what they are really desiring. A sexual and spiritual connection.

Sexually explicit audio and visual stimuli and can give us so much more than just a happy ending, and erotic artists around the world are here to help us remember this.

Aria Anaïs Electra Skye is one such artist that offers her expertise online, for anyone that is searching for a spiritual and sense stimulating experience – bringing the art back into pornography.

Aria Anaïs Electra Skye says, “As you view my arts, I hope your mood may brighten, your spirit may glow, your aspirations elevate. And may you carry those good feelings within you as you create in YOUR world.” And once again, if that’s not true art, I don’t know what is.

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