Rihanna: 'The more I got naked, the more comfortable I felt'

Between her stage shows and bikini-clad vacations, it’s clear to anyone that’s been paying attention to Rihanna that she’s not afraid to show a little skin.

In fact, the “S&M” singer recently admitted to UK magazine Women’s Fitness that she was able to accept her body by flaunting it. She explained:“My way probably won’t work for most people… but the more I got naked the more comfortable I felt.”

The singer, 24, often posts super sexy (and sometimes deemed inappropriate) photos of herself on Twitter. She defended this behavior as well, telling the magazine: “I just had to face my fear. You always find something wrong, you always find something you’re uncomfortable with, and one thing turns into another and you get embarrassed and self-conscious about it — you feel like everybody can see what you see.”

As for the criticism she’s received for her outlandish, party girl lifestyle, she confessed, “I stand up for what I believe in and a lot of the time that can be against people’s opinion, but that’s the hard thing to do, it really is sometimes. Especially if the majority doesn’t agree.”

Do you agree with RiRi’s way of thinking and behavior when it comes to her body? Sound off in the comments about the "Battleship" star.