Klaw was not charged, but felt compelled to burn his prints and negatives upon returning to New York. What photos survived were saved by his sister Paula. And that was the only reason I did it. They gave generations of people women in particular something to admire; they held up a mirror to all women, by showing one, strong, unapologetic woman, at home with her curvaceous body. They were, maybe unwittingly, blazing a trail for the future pro-sex feminists of the world to follow; a document of life, of love, and sexual freedom.