nudity

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the state of being without clothes

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the state of being without clothing or covering of any kind

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He adds that female nudity is a celebration of our traditional ethos.
There is a part of me which agrees, having attended performances in which white horses, parrots, fish and full frontal female nudity have tended to eclipse the impact of the music.
The artist's penchant for full-frontal female nudity is as impressive as her ability to paint the many gradations of misery on the faces of her subjects.
It is a challenging work and not a little wacky, which suits us well," added Mike, although the theatre has issued a mild warning that it is not suitable for children because of a subtle element of male and female nudity that occurs near the end.
The female nudity supposedly adds a layer of realism and a moment or two of revelation, such as the scene when Mitchell and her lover (Billy Burke) have a post-coital slap-fest and realize they really love each other.
Is it because it is still deemed seedy for women to get their kicks from male nudity, whilst for men to get them from female nudity it is a sign of virility and machismo?
What may come as quite a shock, apart from the gunshot that made half the audience jump, is the full male and female nudity on stage.
There is a lot of sex talk, some tongue action, female nudity and many a low-cut worn by me.
She would have been offended, as would John, by the public display of gratuitous female nudity, particularly on the frontage of St Luke's church.
Canada's contribution was Back to God's Country (1919), a ludicrously bad, almost incoherent melodrama that has two minor distinctions: one, it features the first full-frontal female nudity of a "star" in the history of cinema, coming long before Hedy Lamarr's more famous nude swim in Ecstasy (1933); and two, it's by far the highest-grossing Canadian film made during the silent era.
Once in there was free liquor, skating, female nudity, undercover pigs, catered food, product, pass outs and assorted other variations of genuine frolic.
This narrative movement toward a scene dramatizing radically the masculine view of female nudity in erotic tension is paralleled in the essayistic passages by digressions on various topics more or less loosely associated with Venice and the body: from the anatomical drawings of Vesalius' De humani corporis fabrica to the pornographic sonnets and drawings of Aretino's notorious I Modi (which Hettche has translated into German), from Ruskin's Stones of Venice to Casanova's incarceration, from the travel experiences of Goethe to those of Flaubert, and from the author's own wanderings about the city to his encounters with other tourist groups.
Perhaps not coincidentally this occurred just as mass production and photographic technologies were recasting female nudity into the commodity icon it has become today.
Some feminists have defined female nudity as politically incorrect, presenting women as sex objects.
But the most notable tube-sex landmarks came in the opening month of the fall 1992 television season, when two prime-time hourlong network dramas, "Going to Extremes" and "Civil Wars," featured female nudity of the sort that would have earned an R rating at the movies 15 years ago.