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Review of A Brief History of Nakedness by Philip Carr-Gomm

Philip Carr-Gomm’s book, A Brief History of Nakedness, published in 2010, is impressive on several accounts. It is well-researched, well-written (though the organization of topics could be better), and illustrated with many color and black-and-white photos that are quite relevant … Continue reading

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Fully Disclothed

Here’s a very impressive photography project that describes itself thusly: Fully Disclothed is a photography project in the name of self-exposure; it is an invitation for people to disturb their ordinary day-to-day activities and do something they thought they wouldn’t, … Continue reading

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Nudity is still reviled in the United States

Nude activists cause a stir at protest in Castro Gypsy Taub stood on a chair to announce her upcoming wedding Sunday and got herself arrested, cuffed and put into a police van for it. What brought the trouble was that … Continue reading

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If only people understood two things about nudity…

First: Nudity per se does not have any of the terrible characteristics unreflective people think it has. It is simply the condition of not having any clothes on. It isn’t “disgusting”, “obscene”, “lewd”, “offensive”, “gross”, or “harmful”. Such supposed characteristics … Continue reading

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