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a b c d Lucy Gent and Nigel Llewellyn, eds., Renaissance Bodies: The Human Figure in English Culture c. 1540–1660. London: Reaktion Books, 1990. In the 16th century, women's jeogori (an upper garment) was long, wide, and covered the waist. [32] The length of women's jeogori gradually shortened: it was approximately 65cm in the 16th century, 55cm in the 17th century, 45cm in the 18th century, and 28cm in the 19th century, with some as short as 14.5cm. [32] A heoritti (허리띠) or jorinmal (졸잇말) was worn to cover the breasts. [32] The trend of wearing a short jeogori with a heoritti was started by the gisaeng and soon spread to women of the upper class. [32] Among women of the common and lowborn classes, a practice emerged in which they revealed their breasts after childbirth to proudly indicate that they had given birth to a son, i.e., a male heir. [33]

Nöllmann, María (3 January 2022). "Chihuahua cumple 60 años: cómo es la playa nudista de Punta del Este que no pasa de moda". La Nación (in Spanish). Archived from the original on 4 February 2023 . Retrieved 15 June 2022.The word "topless" usually refers to a woman who is naked above her waist or hips or, at least, whose breasts are exposed to public view, specifically including her areolas and nipples. It can describe a woman who appears, poses, or performs with at least her breasts exposed, such as a "topless model" or "topless dancer", or to an activity undertaken while not wearing a top, such as "topless sunbathing". It may indicate a designated location where one might expect to find women not wearing tops, such as a "topless beach" or "topless bar". It can also be used to describe a garment that is specifically designed to reveal the breasts, such as the "topless swimsuit" (also known as the monokini) designed by Rudi Gernreich in the 1960s. [1] Adam Zadworny (2 April 2009). "Topless jest legalny" (in Polish). Gazeta Wyborcza, Szczecin. Archived from the original on 8 February 2009 . Retrieved 22 July 2012. In certain parts of northern India, some women did not wear an upper garment except during winter before the Muslim conquest of India. Women and men typically wore an antriya on the lower body and were nude from the waist up, aside from pieces of jewelry. This was the standard form of dress unless women opted to wear a sari, in which case they covered their upper bodies with a robe. [22] [23]

Marks, Kathy (31 December 2008). "Topless wars reignited on Australia's beaches". The Independent. London. Archived from the original on 23 October 2022 . Retrieved 14 September 2009.While an exposed breast in public can have many associated connotations, some women in America today argue the exposed breast is a symbol of liberation. They speak against the proposed notion that their rightful place was below their male counterparts. Throughout the late 20th century, more and more women began to link the struggle for female equality and the repossession of the female body. This can be especially seen in the work of Second Wave Feminists beginning in the early 1960s. [128]

While the upper classes had turned clothing into fashion, those who could not afford otherwise continued to swim or bathe openly in natural bodies of water or frequent communal baths through the 19th century. Acceptance of public nudity re-emerged in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Philosophically based movements, particularly in Germany, opposed the rise of industrialization. Freikörperkultur ('free body culture') represented a return to nature and the elimination of shame. In the 1960s naturism moved from being a small subculture to part of a general rejection of restrictions on the body. Women reasserted the right to uncover their breasts in public, which had been the norm until the 17th century. The trend continued in much of Europe, with the establishment of many clothing-optional areas in parks and on beaches. Braley-Rattai, Alison (22 April 2021). "Pandemic-era retail: No shoes, no shirt, no mask – no service?". OHS Canada Magazine. Archived from the original on 23 March 2023 . Retrieved 9 February 2022.In Finland, toplessness is not illegal, yet topless women have been removed from beaches. [64] Sandra Marins and Säde Vallarén criticized this and organized Finland's first event demanding topless equality, called Tissiflashmob (Breast flash mob). [65] On Finland's Independence day, 6 December 2019, both Marins and Vallarén showed their breasts on live TV and it sparked a lot of conversation. [66] Tissiflashmob 2020 was bigger than the previous one, now organized at the same time in eight different cities. [67] France

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