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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Most known for painting nude women with pigeons, Naqsh lived for art.
However staff covered up the art by Louise Brown, who produces work under the alias goodstrangevibes and regularly included nude women in her work.
After the student posted the photo of the three nude women, which originated from Mu's Facebook page, 500 more sexually explicit photos also surfaced.
Inna Shevcenko, of the protest group Femen, told The Local, that once again, nude women were used to generate a buzz or sell clothes.
The danger of a corresponding free fall is present in Kaufman's paintings, whether of horses dashing to some beckoning cliff or nude women of all sizes striding off in a protest, with or without a parade.
You can even befriend a young Bangladeshi settled in Italy selling coconut bits to nude women.
It was just like the bridge at Charnock Richard services, only with lots of statues of nude women and mosaic effects.
Nude women, in particular, have therefore been depicted as passive figures, without their own stories, accessible and desirable, posed in a way to please or entice the male spectator.
Author Derek Birdsall tells Harri's story with an emphasis on his art; though it features the form of many nude women, it is designed to inspire other emotions rather than lust.
"Do you feel empowered?" giggled Gok (below) after he disgracefully hosed down 25 nude women quivering in an empty swimming pool.
EAST BROOKFIELD - A police officer watching a Stafford Street home after a woman there found pornographic images on her doorstep spotted a man allegedly dropping off pictures of nude women just before 5 a.m.
In The Great Bathers (1884-1887), Renoir shows 5 nude women bathing.
Act One of Verdi's Rigoletto, being performed at the Alexandra Theatre on Sunday, May 7, at 7.30pm, begins with a scene modelled on a Renaissance painting featuring nude women.
I couldn't resist a peek and found it was a picture of two nude women holding big paper Valentine hearts in front of their faces!
All men are to position themselves in lawn chairs in front of their houses to prove they are not Taliban and to demonstrate that they think it's okay to see nude women other than their wives, and to show support for all American women.