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Most parents are unaware just how easily available ‘hardcore’ porn has become. Chepko Danil Vitalevich/Shutterstock.com

Parents need to start talking to their tweens about the risks of porn

While parents are growing more concerned about their children’s easy access to porn, they often don’t realize just how ‘hardcore’ and violent it has become and how early their kids are seeing it.
7 Pleasures: to explore body politics with a troupe of muscular, lean, able bodied dancers, limits the kinds of questions one might ask. Marc Coudrais

7 Pleasures explores naked desire but fails to confront cliches

Mette Ingvartsen’s 7 Pleasures aims to upend clichés about nudity. But the ‘confrontational’ use of nudity in dance and performance art is itself now something of a cliche.
Some travellers may forget that where they travel is not their home, and that cultural sensitivities may differ greatly. Naked At Monuments/Facebook

Explainer: the rise of naked tourism

The trend of ‘naked tourism’ reveals something more than just bare bottoms – and it may call for some active interventions.
Louise Bourgeois’s. Arched figure 1993: powerful and unforgettable. Art Gallery of New South Wales Foundation Purchase 2016 © The Easton Foundation.

Review: The naked nude from the Tate

The Art Gallery of NSW’s summer blockbuster sparkles with famous names, including Picasso, Matisse, Turner and Rodin. But for all of its trumpeting of risk and daring, it remains essentially a rather puritanical exercise.
Photographer Spencer Tunick celebrates the joyful, frivolous and liberating experience of public nudity. Lucas Jackson/Reuters

Friday essay: the naked truth on nudity

While the female nude is valorised in fine art, real women’s nakedness still attracts social punishment. From sexting to concerns over public breastfeeding, ours is an uncomfortable relationship with the fleshy body.
Turning the other cheek: Stephen Gough. David Cheskin/PA Archive

How the end of the ASBO could make naked ramblers of us all

Stephen Gough – widely known as the Naked Rambler – has lost his case at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, which disagreed that his repeated convictions and jail terms violated his rights…

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