As shocking as the title of this post is, rest assured, it's 100% true. I found the situation to be so funny that I had to share it with you folks. Here's the deal: I'm a model and occasionally I pose nude for various art classes. I recently posed for an oil painting class of about 15 students and yet, this time things were a little bit different.
Usually, I just stand there quietly while the class listens to music, but this time, the instructor asked me to talk. She asked me if I would mind opening up and speaking to the class about whatever happens to be on my mind. She wanted the class to not only capture my physical appearance, but to see who I really was on the inside as well. So, all of a sudden I found myself standing nude on a platform with about two hours of speaking time ahead of me. So, I decided to talk about something that is very important to me, Ron Paul. I managed to talk about the Federal Reserve, sound money, foreign policy, the war on drugs, 9/11, and the media's blackout of Dr. Paul.
All the while, I couldn't help but wonder if these students were really listening. I was shocked at the end of the session when several students came up to me and began asking more questions about Dr. Paul, but that's not the best part of the story.
A few days later I went back for another session and before I could even disrobe, several students were telling me about how they had gone home and done some research on Ron Paul, and how they really liked this guy. So, this time, not only was I talking about Ron while I posed, but the class was starting to ask questions! As artists, they were very receptive to Dr. Paul's strong support for the U.S. Constitution, especially the 1st amendment! Anyway, I know this is kind of an awkward story, but I hope it serves as encouragement for all of you campaigners out there.
Whenever you have the opportunity to speak out about Dr. Paul, do it! There's no situation too awkward, no audience too far gone, and no limits as to what YOU can achieve for Dr. Paul and the revolution! I can't wait for the next session, I'm really psyched to talk with the students about Dr. Paul again!