Braden Nesin

There's all kinds of reasons why I do this. It's part rebellion against media that shows us only one way to be sexy. It's wanting everyone to have something they can look at on those bad days and think, "Damn though, I am fiiiine." It's wanting to make feminist art that is sex positive, body positive, gender expression positive, queer/kinky/poly positive, and just straight up actually positive. It's about all of those things, but more than anything else it's about me being absolutely fascinated by the incredibly diverse ways in which people feel sexy. This isn't about making you look sexy to other people, this is about you feeling comfortable and looking sexy to yourself. Funny thing is, that usually translates to you looking like a fox to other people as well.