Full frontal nudity describes a state of full nudity with the subject facing forward with the whole front of the body exposed, including intimate parts such as a man's penis or woman's vulva.A DW web-video about the burkini has gone viral, sparking a debate about the relationship between female nudity and politics.Female nudity as political protest Female nudity has historically been part of a repertoire of strategies that feminist movements have used to challenge restrictive conditions imposed on women.
The amount of clothing worn depends on functional considerations, such as a need for warmth, as well as social circumstances.
In some situations, a minimum amount of clothing or none at all may be considered socially acceptable, while in others much more clothing may be expected.
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The wearing of clothing is a predominantly human characteristic arising from functional needs such as protection from the elements and from cold temperatures, after the loss of body hair, and migration to colder regions.
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Reactions to the video reveal that the connection between the naked female form and ideas of freedom, power and politics remains divisive.
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The small head, elongated limbs, and cool color scheme all reveal influences from Mannerists such as Parmigianino, whose Madonna with the Long Neck was also famous for anatomical distortion.
This eclectic mix of styles, combining classical form with Romantic themes, prompted harsh criticism when it was first shown in 1814.
It evoked more than 13.000 interactions by the users, among them more than 1400 commentaries.