What I Hide 19

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We all have things we hide, I am the Queen at editing pics or simply refusing to post pics of certain parts of me. My face for one will never be posted (for many reasons)



This is a well poised pic and yes includes something I normally do not post, my pussy. Yes it has been posted before however with something else included, covering it or otherwise obscuring the overall view. Men have Penis issues, women can and do have pussy issues. I know I often compare myself to others, including porn stars.

Now for what I truly hide, my true body issues. I am not young anymore. I no longer have the body of a 20 something. I have had children and multiple surgeries and from that I hide what bothers me the most in our posts here.


I refuse to hide anymore, this is not because I need pats on the back however because I see hiding it allows others to see it as an issue in themselves as well. We are so much more than our looks! So much more than a few scares or saggy parts!

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About Alice King

Alice has been often called an enigma. With life ever changing and evolving so have her creative outlets. She lives in the Atlanta area and is considered a “damn Yankee” having been born and raised in the north east. She is an RN by trade, a Mother of 2 and the wife of Lord Raven. This tattooed Princess is the site’s very own Alpha Sub often wields brazen dares toward her Tops yet leans toward switch on occasion.

19 thoughts on “What I Hide

  • Rye

    We all have those saggy bits. Yours are beautiful. Maybe someday I’ll be comfortable sharing mine. 🙂

  • Malflic

    I know what a bold thing this was for you and it turned out amazing and beautiful.

  • Newt

    We are the sum total of all of our parts. All of which make us unique and beautiful. well done.


  • Modesty Ablaze

    Absolutely right !!!
    Wonderful, wonderful words which ring so, so true with me too.
    And wonderful, wonderful photos too.
    That release of being happy in our skin, happy in our space, is wonderful to feel . . . and that makes it wonderful to share!
    Bravo to you . . . and I know you will be making others happy in themselves as well !!!
    Xxx – K

  • Molly

    I can so relate to this. I hate my belly. To me it is so ugly. You do see it in images from time to time but as a general rule I will admit that i avoid it. I have decided to concentrate on the bits I do love and ignore the one bit that I don’t. It is what it is, I accept it as part of me just not a part I want to celebrate


  • CALT

    Hi, Alice.

    Some thoughts.
    I’m not in my thirties, let alone my twenties. I truly understand how life does take its toll on our bodies.
    I can say I don’t think much about women’s genitalia. It’s there, it’s different for every woman, if the Wall of Vulvas exhibit is just a small spectrum of looks women have. I cannot say that Womens body parts are offensive in any way. Men look just as un ordinary in their genitalia.

    I also know that you are brave to put this kind of picture out there. No condescension from me. I couldn’t do it myself. I hate pictures of myself clothed, let alone nude. I don’t let anyone but my doctors and significant other see those parts of my body either. I don’t find myself attractive in any way, though my significant other does. Nothing about my vulva is beautiful, or special, or worth displaying. In fact, if I had to pick a body part on me that’s truly ugly, genitalia would probably be first. Comparing it to others? Not worth my time. Nor do I parade around nude in front of other people. Not even at the pool.

    I grew up with a lot of body shaming and actual hate among women for their bodies not conforming to what they saw as perceived standards. These women did this to their children too. I was one of them.
    I still don’t like my body, let alone my genitalia. They function. They’re healthy. All good things. They’re not something to take pride in. I don’t know if that will ever change.
    I understand. I’m glad you want to throw off those figurative shackles.
    I wish you every happiness.

  • Jo

    I think we all hide parts of ourselves in our photos and can relate; pictures are easy to edit and frame so we can appear the way we want to – much more difficult to show the parts we are uncomfortable with. Thanks for sharing those parts with us! You look lovely. 🙂

  • sub-Bee

    I know how difficult it is to share certain parts of ourselves, I always try to be true to myself but I’m learning how to pose to avoid those wobbly bits being seen.

    Thank you for being brave, these images really are beautiful.

  • eye

    There is power in a refusal to hide any longer and that is the biggest antidote to body shame I know. Thank you for posting. We are so much more than our bodies which are often beautiful in another’s eye.

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