"Of all sights designed to raise the body temperature of all hot-blooded males, none is so bodily alluring and sensuously attractive as a half-robed well-formed woman from behind; or as we Yorkshire folk choose to describe as the 'derriere delight.' The Greek sculptors quickly cottoned on to this when they were artistically portraying the human body; whether male or female. While often restricted modesty led to a partial concealment and covering of certain frontal private parts by the judicious placement of a fig leaf, the rear of their statues left nothing to the imagination of the viewer.
Be reassured ladies, that behind every good woman there stands an admiring man watching your back." William Forde: December 17th, 2017.