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Sculptures of two naked males in Vigeland park, Oslo.
Nude photography - Wikipedia
A former assistant principal at a Minnesota middle school admitted Thursday that he tricked several minors, including students at his school, into sending him nude photos and videos over Snapchat and Facebook. Brandon Bjerknes, 35, pleaded guilty in U. District Court in St. Paul to charges of child coercion and enticement and child pornography production. The crimes carry a mandatory minimum of 15 years in federal prison and guidelines call for a life sentence. Some of them were students at Bemidji Middle School, where he had been assistant principal since
The Art of Looking at Naked Men: Queering Art History in Scandinavia
Nude photography is the creation of any photograph which contains an image of a nude or semi-nude person, or an image suggestive of nudity. Nude photography is undertaken for a variety of purposes, including educational uses, commercial applications and artistic creations. The exhibition or publication of nude photographs may be controversial, more so in some cultures or countries than in others, and especially if the subject is a minor. Nude photographs may be used for scientific and educational purpose, such as ethnographic studies , human physiology or sex education. In this context, the emphasis of the photograph is not on the subject, or the beauty or eroticism of the image, but on the educational or demonstrative purpose for which the image was produced.
National media reported on these initiatives, the audience came in large numbers, the press reported on their success, and it seemed like queer perspectives made a successful entrance into the Stockholm museum world. Gender studies scholar Vanja Hermele pointed out that through temporary exhibitions and collaborations with feminist and queer artists and curators, Swedish art institutions tend to see themselves as much more radical than they actually are. Subsequently, these issues were taken seriously by state institutions, and the National Exhibition Agency published two reports—one on museums and diversity , one on museums and LGBTQ issues