But this request, while still a meme, is no longer rhetorical. Millions of men and women around the world are sending nudes and without a shred of irony. The unstoppable rise of messaging and dating apps, lightning-fast wireless internet, and high-definition front- and rear-facing cameras on hand at every moment have, for better or worse, made digitizing our naked selves irresistible. Beyond confirming their ubiquity, we wanted to uncover the implications of requesting and receiving nudes. Are they the new normal and harmless fun or an ethical nightmare without an undo button?
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A man who shared naked pictures of his ex-girlfriend on fake social media accounts in her name has avoided jail. Mitchell Brindley from Western Australia created numerous Instagram accounts, with one containing 'full nudes' where his girlfriend's breasts and vagina were crudely censored. Brindley, who made the fake accounts after they had broken up, uploaded the intimate pictures without her consent between April 19 and Brindley, 24, is the first person to be charged under the WA's new revenge porn laws, just days after the legislation went into effect. Mitchell Brindley pictured from Western Australia created numerous Instagram accounts, with one containing 'full nudes' where her breasts and vagina were censored.
Visitors must brush past a naked man and woman in a doorway at the exhibition by Serbian performance artist Marina Abramovic at the at the Royal Academy in London next year. Visitors to an art exhibition must squeeze between a naked man and woman standing in a doorway. The exhibition by the Serbian performance artist Marina Abramovic at the at the Royal Academy in London next year will lead to the extraordinary challenge for visitors. However, there's likely to be an option for people to go round if they choose between two adjoining gallery rooms. It will be Abramovic's first major exhibition in Britain after a year career which has seen her produce more than 50 works.