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Nudity is the state of wearing no clothing. The term "nudity" can also occasionally be used to refer to wearing significantly less clothing than expected by the conventions of a particular culture and situation, and in particular exposing the bare skin or intimate parts, and has analogous uses. In this sense it is related to the concept of modesty.

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  • November 18, 2012 Nudity in Opera is becoming widely accepted, a trend that began in the early 1990s when Maria Ewing performed the Dance of the Seven Veils from Salome, concluding her act with a fully nude pose. In 2012 a production of the same opera at the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden included full male nudity.
  • June 26, 2010 Missouri's strip clubs will have more clothing, reduced hours and no alcohol after Aug. 28 under a bill signed Friday by Gov. Jay Nixon.
  • June 25, 2010 Emmy Rossum said that she felt nervous about appearing nude for the US remake of Shameless.
  • June 22, 2010 Actress Dame Helen Mirren has appeared topless in a shoot to broadcast her role in her upcoming film, Love Ranch. The photo was displayed in New York Magazine.

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Nude modeling is a staple feature of life drawing classes. Poses can range in length from seconds to many hours. Models are most frequently employed for art classes or by informal groups of experienced artists. While posing, a model is expected to remain essentially motionless, and usually remains silent.

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Spencer Tunick (born 1967) is an American photographer. Tunick was born in Middletown, New York. He earned a Bachelor of Science from Emerson College in 1988. He is best known for his photographs that feature large numbers of nude people posed in artistic formations, known as Installations often situated in urban locations.

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Laws against public nudity stem from people's unease with the human body. It makes people uneasy that others are comfortable enough to be naked in public, when they are not.

Katie Mann (from an article in Going Natural, Vol. 17, Number 2)

The best thing to do would be to designate everywhere as clothing optional, and we could leave little fenced in areas for the prudes to prance around in. Call them "Prudist Camps". They could peer out of their fences and indulge in their offensive "I'm offended" behaviour whenever they saw a natural person walk by, without bothering the rest of us.

Anonymous

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