In Physiopolis, life was better in the buff. Or at least in a bikini, which was as close as one could legally get to public nudity in s Paris. It was here, on an isolated sun-baked island on the Seine, that a titillating new naturiste-nudiste naturalist and nude movement sprang forth. Gone were the days of staying indoors to achieve a porcelain complexion like an Edwardian era prude. By the s, they decided it was time to combine their strengths into the ultimate holistic health publication: Naturalism: the Great Magazine of Human Culture. With the success of their magazine, the Durville brothers set up shop at 15 Cimarosa street in the 16th arrondissement a private residence by the looks of it today.
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The fabulous calendar girls of Whimple. When it came time for Cathy Bartlett-Horwood to drop her dressing gown to the floor and stand naked in her village hall in front of her friends, she was nervous. The year-old has had a complicated relationship with her weight for many years. She was so nervous, in fact, that she was physically sick beforehand. Nevertheless, she persisted. This calendar is more than a photographic paean to the female form. Whimple is comprised of winding lanes dotted with thatch-roofed whitewashed cottages with the occasional farm thrown in for good measure.
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Men are more visually stimulated than women. Everybody knows that, right? Sure, women like fashion and interior design. They enjoy beautiful landscapes and artworks. They gaze longingly at the posters of heartthrobs blue-tacked to their bedroom walls, as teenagers.
This is a tribute to the amazing courage of so many young women during World War II who were put to death for plotting and fighting against the Nazis, as resistance fighters, partisans and activists in towns and concentration camps. It is estimated that more than 4, women of various ages were hanged by Nazi forces between and Many more were shot or guillotined and many were tortured before minimal or non-existent trials. They could be sentenced to death by People's Courts and executed within prisons, by the commandants of concentration camps or by military commanders in the field and summarily executed, usually in public. Some of these "field" executions were documented and photographed.