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Sam Smith, can you put your clothes on?

1 November 2023

2:34 AM

1 November 2023

2:34 AM

Undressing. Getting one’s kit off, whether for the gentlemen or the ladies, depending on one’s bent. Disrobing, divesting, denuding. Slipping into something more comfortable. Giving one an eyeful. Getting ’em off.

Once we put away childish things and cease frolicking as nature intended, stripping off becomes a whole new ballgame. In our newly found state of youthful beauty, we may discover that flashing a bit of what one’s momma gave one can evoke a level of interest in others which one’s callow utterances cannot quite manage.

If big-bodied nobodies are stripping off for strangers, how could we expect entertainers to keep their...

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