As a fashion photographer, British Amelia Allen works in an industry obsessed with body image, one that focuses on the most flattering way of dressing oneself. It was therefore, an unusual and refreshing step for her to move into a world where the body is completely liberated, devoid of styling and stripped of fabric and fashion. In her book entitled Naked Britain, Amelia Allen explores the reasons behind the unique and controversial status of naturism in today’s society that often associates nudity with sex. To her, that association is a harmful misconception. In the naturist world, people connect as equals,...
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