By now, you've probably heard of the notorious, secret female-only Australian Facebook group Bad Girls Advice BGA , a place where "women can be themselves. They trolled a Sydney man last year for offending one of their own. Since then, membership has quadrupled to over , But what members haven't been told is that late last year administrators of the page shared nude pics with a rival blokes-only group as a kind of "peace offering" to keep the men away. The two groups often clash online. According to a leaked BGA admin conversation, the photos - originally posted by women for women in a 'body positive' thread - were sent to the men to the men after a dispute.
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X-ray images of nude models hit the internet earlier this year and caused a storm of link sharing and comments. The images were packaged as a pinup calendar and its oddly titillating play on nudity had nerds ogling and wondering about the images' origins. Blogs asked " Are these images racy? On the interwebs, the calendar ignited wonder and worry.
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But looking at erotic art on Instagram is its own particular type of voyeurism. Because many artists post their work through personal accounts, we see their seductive artworks alongside glimpses into their personal lives—as in the work of artist Frances Waite , where a drawing of a partially denuded woman bent over on her couch lends some similarity to a selfie of the artist, and in a bedroom that looks sneakily familiar. American artist Natalie Krim nataliejhane is a perfect example.
Male nudes are the norm in Greek art , even though historians have stated that ancient Greeks kept their clothes on for the most part. New research suggests that art might have been imitating life more closely than previously thought. Nudity was a costume used by artists to depict various roles of men, ranging from heroicism and status to defeat. Hurwit's newly published research shows that the Greeks did walk around in the buff in some situations. Men strode about free of their togas in the bedroom and at parties called symposia, where they would eat, drink and carouse.