Someone said :
What a bitter and nonsensical little post! Do you undress in the dark or something? I knew Spencer Tunick's work for 10 years before he came to Ireland and saw it in many galleries. I participated to be part of his fantastic work and the experience was fantastic, not to tell people.
I don't think you'd have bothered if you couldn't tell people. I'd say it was all you could talk about:
Elat: I'm doing the mass nude photograph tomorrow.
Elat's friend: Oh I could never do that.
Elat (feingning surprise): Why ever not, the body is a beautiful thing, nothing to be ashamed of etc. etc. ad nauseum.
Its a conversation I've heard so many times before.
I was just pointing out that not wanting to pose nude can have nothing to do with shame or body issues.
We all know that people do stuff with their self-image in mind, and Facebook has magnnified this a thousandfold. That's why things like zombie walks and dressing up like Where's Wally and flashmobs etc. all took off in the internet era. Because nobody would bother if you couldn't upload it to Facebook. I believe the psychology of posing nude is often similar. It's hardly mean or bitter to suggest this.