By Daily Mail Reporter. Thailand's Got Talent has sparked outrage after one of its contestants stripped off her clothes on stage and painted a canvas using her bare breasts. Duangjai Jansauoni's racy routine drew gasps from the crowd, and has prompted a rebuke from the nation's government who labelled it 'very shocking'.
It now hangs at the Louvre in Paris and is usually thought to be the work of a painter from the Fontainebleau School. This interpretation would seem to be confirmed by the scene of the young woman sewing — perhaps preparing a layette for the coming child — in the background. He claims that the painting shows "fair naked ladies" together in a bath, and adds that they "touch, and feel, and handle, and stroke, one the other, and intertwine and fondle with each other.
The culture minister demands a meeting with organisers of 'Thailand's Got Talent' after the popular programme aired a female contestant painting on a canvas with her bare breasts on national television on Sunday. Culture Minister Sukumol Khunploem said on Monday that the programme had high ratings and people of all ages watched it. I was shocked when I saw the clip," Ms Sukumol said.
Women in Fort Collins, Colorado, are a little freer now that a federal judge has halted an ordinance prohibiting the public baring of female breasts. District Judge R. Brooke Jackson granted an injunction on Wednesday, writing that the municipal ordinance discriminated against women and reinforced negative stereotypes. Thus, it perpetuates a stereotype engrained in our society that female breasts are primarily objects of sexual desire whereas male breasts are not.
Protestors paraded topless around Brighton beach at the weekend to highlight controversial social media policies about banning female nipples. Despite the event being a success, the group is already planning another march on August The Sunday afternoon march started from Brighton Pier, and then headed along the East Sussex city seafront before stopping on the beach - where everybody sunbathed topless.
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Yes, you did read that correctly: bonkers as it sounds, I am among a growing band of women who have had a go at painting with my boobs. Oh, and painting with your boobs. So, what the hell?
Why is the world still prioritising male interpretation of women over womankind? Nowadays, nakedness is as likely to be associated with female liberation as it is with oppression. From breastfeeding in public to protesting topless, women have happily been baring their breasts to the world.