Lampshadedalong with a hearty helping of Deliberate Values Dissonancein a humorous postcard from the s showing, first, a white couple in the Victorian era a suit and hat for the man and a hoop-skirted dress for the woman staring disapprovingly at an American Indian couple wearing nothing but loincloths. Then it shows, a century later, the Indians in all-covering Victorian garb, and now they're the ones staring disapprovingly at the great-grandchildren of the white Victorian couplewho are parading around in swimsuits that bare their arms, legsand midriffs. Yeah, last time I looked at Nat. Meanwhile the soldiers had been battling leeches, chest-high swamp-water, heatstroke, and similar sorts of fun and when, in the morning, they finally breasted the tape they were jubilant to find that they were the "winners". Nat Geo had a trans feature too, but I think this was after they stopped featuring nude native girls. Several female demons in InuYasha don't bother with covering up and nobody makes a big deal of it.
He is less than amused.
National Geographic Nudity
I suppose there's a book in the works telling who was at fault for her falling, now that her failings have been blamed on the proper people. And Buckley reports a case in which the skin color of partially naked Polynesian woman was darkened in order to render her nudity more acceptable to American audiences. I didn't think she looked that bad. The pictures, Gilbert Grosvenor said inwere included in the interest of science; to exclude them would have been to give an incomplete or misleading picture of how the people really live. For the rest, I mourn.