Some liberals feared that the posting by year-old university student Aliaa Magda Elmahdy would taint them in the eyes of deeply conservative Egyptians ahead of Nov. Elmahdy's posting is almost unheard of in a country where most women in the Muslim majority wear the headscarf and even those who don't rarely wear clothes exposing the arms or legs in public. Elmahdy wrote on her blog that the photographs — which show her standing wearing only stockings — are "screams against a society of violence, racism, sexism, sexual harassment and hypocrisy. The posting comes at a time when Egypt, a nation of some 85 million people, is polarized between Islamists and liberals ahead of the elections, the first since the February ouster of former President Hosni Mubarak. Because I am liberal and I believe in the right of personal freedom, I can't interfere," el-Qimni said Wednesday night on one of Egypt's popular TV political talk shows, "90 Minutes. The April 6 movement, one of the most prominent liberal activist groups that led the day uprising against Mubarak, issued a statement denying claims by some on the Web that Elmahdy is a member of the group. The posting prompted furious discussions on Internet social media sites, with pages for and against her put up on Facebook.
'I'm totally taken back by her bravery,' fellow activist says
Aliaa Elmahdy, 22, has been a hunted woman for the last two years.
Artists have been trying to capture humans in their purest forms since the beginning of time. Renaissance artists would depict us as strong and powerful, Baroque artists would depict us as humble and meek, modern artists depict us as beautiful and elegant, and in almost every art form since ancient Egypt has depicted mankind nude. Unfortunately, in religious countries like Egypt, the usage of nudity in art is not just neglected, but also frowned upon. Marisa Papen and Photographer Jesse Walker had an interest in ancient Egypt and wanted to create a photographic story showing what Egypt would have looked like before the Nile at the plateau ran dry.
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The history of nudity as a part of daily life is as old as human kind. There are several theories to explain how clothing changed from its more practical uses, to become a social norm. In prehistoric times, humans were forced to search for new ways to protect themselves against the cold and rain when they moved to colder climates. Humans had to adapt in order to survive in these conditions, and they began to use animal skins and vegetation as protection against the elements of nature. Many hunter-gatherer cultures lived with a culture but without clothes. A study on ice suggests that some humans began to use clothing about , years ago in North-East Africa. In the present it is still common among many societies throughout the world.
The history of nudity involves social attitudes to nakedness of the human body in different cultures in history. The use of clothing to cover the body is one of the changes that mark the end of the Neolithic, and the beginning of civilizations. Nudity or near-complete nudity has traditionally been the social norm for both men and women in some hunter-gatherer cultures in warm climates and it is still common among many indigenous peoples. The need to cover the body is associated with human migration out of the tropics into climates where clothes were needed as protection from sun, heat, and dust in the Middle East; or from cold and rain in Europe and Asia.