Last year I happened upon a news item titled, “Prairie Business Magazine announces its ’25 Top Women in Business’ for 2020”. This article begins as follows:
“Forum Communication Company’s Prairie Business Magazine has announced its ‘Top 25 Women in Business’ for 2020.
These women are leaders in their careers and communities, women who truly stand out in their professions, and we are happy to profile them here. Read all of the profiles below. Congratulations to everyone on this list!”
Now, in case you haven’t heard, there is a shortage of women in western North Dakota and a scarcity of attractive women, so I am interested to see what kind of women they have elsewhere. I even look at Facebook Marketplace listings of women selling clothes to get a chance to see what normal women look like, instead of the jack-o’-lantern women and the coconut crab women that we have in Dickinson.
If the truth were known, about 80%-90% of the men looking at the ’25 Top Women in Business’ article were primarily interested in seeing what these women looked like. So, I went ahead and wrote the following blog post article: https://dickinson58601.com/2020/03/08/prairie-business-magazines-25-top-women-in-business-the-ones-i-would-like-to-see-naked/
I enjoyed writing this blog post article, because I got a chance to express my thoughts, feelings, emotions, and desires while I am stuck and confined in the Dickinson prison. Try actually finding and meeting an attractive woman here, and you are more likely to get a 10-20 year prison sentence.
For 2021, I think that it would be a good idea for Prairie Business Magazine to hire Yvonne Denault Photography of Fargo, to photograph each of the women featured in the ’25 Top Women in Business’. Here is the link to Yvonne’s website: http://www.yvonnedenault.com/
From Yvonne’s website, she begins by making a statement about her “Boudoir” photography, but her “Lifestyle Editorial” photography is probably more suitable for Prairie Business Magazine:
“We live in a society that defines beauty by years, measurements and scales. Those definitions couldn’t be further from the truth. True beauty exists in variety and comes in different heights, weights, color, shapes and ages. YOU are true beauty. A boudoir portrait session is a celebration of beauty that each woman should experience at least once in her lifetime. It may be as a gift for someone special – or simply as a gift to yourself. “
“Our lifestyle sessions are defined by simple, elegant images and are not necessarily defined by attire. Outfit ideas might be include a cocktail dress, jeans and a sweater, or a flowy sundress. Portraits are just as beautiful and alluring as a boudoir session, but with less skin showing and reflect more of a candid, in-the-moment living experience. This session is ideal for women not interested in boudoir or pinup, but would like a set of photos that she can share on social networking sites, or simply leave as a photographic legacy for her family.”