A place to post discussions, links, sharing, ideas, stories, about how other people and entities have seen, documented, or written about the Society, the Magazine, the Channel, etc. Embrace the broad view. If something has merely a loose connection to anything Nat Geo, this is the place for it. If you have suggestions for the scope of this group, or even a better name for it, do let me know. Nudes in t he National Geographic as Art. Back in college, I majored in Computer Science. In the course of my studies I was required to take an Art Appreciation class.
These are the core obsessions that drive our newsroom—defining topics of seismic importance to the global economy. Our emails are made to shine in your inbox, with something fresh every morning, afternoon, and weekend. In , a woman appeared for the first time in the pages of National Geographic. The photograph shows a Zulu bride and groom looking directly into the camera, their hands clasped together.
So here's this highly acclaimed motion picture about a pre-industrial tribe and its customs. Perhaps the film details this tribe's interactions with white folks, or takes place entirely before they arrive. It just so happens that in the culture displayed, the women wear very little clothing or walk around topless. But there's a part of you that can't help thinking the entire film is nothing but an excuse to have lots of people running around with few or no clothes on. The Trope Namer is National Geographic Magazine, which sometimes shows topless women when running an article on tribal cultures where the women don't customarily cover their breasts. Almost all PG or R-rated movies owe their ability to show any skin to old nudist films in this vein, such as Holiday in the Sun or Garden of Eden.
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