Downblouse

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Downblouse refers to the practice of making unauthorized photographs down the top of a female's dress, blouse or other garment, capturing an image of her breasts or cleavage.

The practice is regarded as a form of sexual fetishism or voyeurism and is similar in nature to upskirting.

For ethical and legal issues relating to similar types of photography, see upskirt.

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  • The Future of Reputation, Gossip, Rumour and Privacy on the Internet, Daniel J. Solove, Yale University Press, 2007, ISBN 978-0-300-12498-9, p. 166
  • Sex in Consumer Culture, Tom Reichert, Jacqueline Lambiase, Routledge, 2006, ISBN 0-8058-5090-2
  • Sex Crimes Investigation: Catching and Prosecuting the Perpetrators, Robert L. Snow, Greenwood Publishing Group, 2006, ISBN 0-275-98934-8, p. 146

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