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Boulder is famous for its association with American frontier history and for being the home of the main campus of the University of Colorado , the state's largest university. The city frequently receives high rankings in art, health, well-being, quality of life, and education. It developed as a supply base for miners going into the mountains. Residents of Boulder City provided these miners with equipment, agricultural products, gambling and drinking establishments. On November 7, , legislation was passed making way for the state university to be located in Boulder,  and on September 20, , the first cornerstone was laid for the first building Old Main Building on the CU campus.
The university officially opened on September 5, Boulder adopted an anti- saloon ordinance in As of the census, there were 97, people, 41, households, and 16, families residing in the city. The population density was 3, There were 43, housing units at an average density of 1, The racial makeup of the city was There were 41, households, out of which The average household size was 2.
Boulder's population is younger than the national average, largely due to the presence of university students. The median age at the census was For every females, there were For every females age 18 and older, there were Out of the total population, Boulder housing tends to be priced higher than surrounding areas. West of the city are slabs of sedimentary stone tilted up on the foothills, known as the Flatirons. The Flatirons are a widely recognized symbol of Boulder. The primary water flow through the city is Boulder Creek.
The creek was named well ahead of the city's founding, for all of the large granite boulders that have cascaded into the creek over the eons. It is from Boulder Creek that Boulder city is believed to have taken its name. Boulder Creek has significant water flow, derived primarily from snow melt and minor springs west of the city.
The creek is a tributary of the South Platte River. According to the United States Census Bureau , the city has a total area of The 40th parallel 40 degrees north latitude runs through Boulder and can be easily recognized as Baseline Road today. Arapahoe Glacier provides water for the city, along with Boulder Creek, which flows through the center of the city.
Boulder has a temperate climate typical for much of the state and receives many sunny or mostly sunny days each year. Because of orographic lift , the mountains to the west often dry out the air passing over the Front Range , often shielding the city from precipitation in winter, though heavy falls may occur.
Daytime highs are generally cooler than most other Front Range cities with similar elevations. However, Boulder's nighttime lows, particularly during winter, are some of the mildest in the state.
Politically, Boulder is one of the most liberal and Democratic cities in Colorado. In , the Boulder City Council passed Colorado's first ordinance prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation.
Boulder voters, however, repealed the measure by referendum within a year. In , Boulder County Clerk Clela Rorex was the second in the United States ever to grant same-sex marriage licenses, prior to state laws being passed to prevent such issuance. Boulder is surrounded by thousands of acres of recreational open space, conservation easements, and nature preserves. Rock climbing is found near the small unincorporated community of Eldorado Springs , south of Boulder. There are also climbing routes available in the city open space, including climbing routes of varying difficulty on the Flatirons themselves traditional protection.
Boulder Canyon sport , directly west of downtown Boulder, also has many routes. All three of these areas are affected by seasonal closures for wildlife. The race involves over 50, runners, joggers, walkers, and wheelchair racers, making it one of the largest road races in the world.
It has the largest non- marathon prize purse in road racing. The race featured over 54,  runners, walkers, and wheelchair racers, making it the largest race in the US in which all participants are timed and the fifth largest road race in the world. Founded in , the Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra is a critically acclaimed professional orchestra that offers dynamic programming under the leadership of its Music Director Michael Butterman.
The Conference on World Affairs , started in , is an annual one-week conference featuring dozens of discussion panels on a variety of contemporary issues. The internationally syndicated radio program eTown has its headquarters at eTown Hall , at the intersection of 16th and Spruce Streets, in downtown Boulder.
Most tapings of this weekly show are done at eTown Hall. Beginning in , hundreds of people head to the Boulder Reservoir on New Year's Day to take part in the annual polar bear plunge. Starting in , dozens of people have taken part in a Halloween run down the city's streets wearing only shoes and a hollowed-out pumpkin on their heads.
In , local police threatened participants with charges of indecent exposure and no naked runners were reported in official newscasts, although a few naked runners were observed by locals. For several years on April 20, thousands of people gathered on the CU Boulder campus to celebrate and smoke marijuana at and before 4: The head count was officially between 8, and 15, with some discrepancy between the local papers and the University administrators who have been thought to have been attempting to downplay the event.
Eleven citations were given out whereas the year before there were only two. The Boulder Cruiser Ride grew from a group of friends and friends of friends riding bicycles around Boulder into "an all-out public mob". Some enthusiasts gather wearing costumes and decorating their bikes; themes are an integral part of the cruiser tradition. Boulder Police began following the cruiser ride as it gained in popularity. Issues with underage drinking, reckless bicycle riding, and other nuisance complaints led organizers to drop the cruiser ride as a public event.
Boulder has gathered many top rankings in recent years for health, well-being, quality of life, education and art. In , Boulder became the first city in the USA to levy a carbon tax.
Since Boulder has operated under residential growth control ordinances since , the growth of employment in the city has far outstripped population growth. Considerable road traffic enters the city each morning and leaves each afternoon, since many employees live in Longmont , Lafayette , Louisville , Broomfield , Westminster , and Denver. Boulder is served by US 36 and a variety of state highways. Parking regulations in Boulder have been explicitly designed to discourage parking by commuters and to encourage the use of mass transit, with mixed results.
Boulder, Colorado, a city of just over , people, is located approximately 30 miles northwest of Denver at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Boulder is home to the University of Colorado, whose 30, students swell the city's population during the academic year. Over the years, Boulder has made significant investments in the multi-modal network. The city is now well known for its grade-separated bicycle and pedestrian paths, which are integrated into a network of bicycle lanes, cycle-tracks, and on-street bicycle routes.
Boulder also provides an innovative community transit network that connects downtown, the University of Colorado campuses, and local shopping amenities. While the city has no rail transit, local and regional shuttle busses are funded by a variety of sources and emphasize minimal headways, enhanced route identity, easy fare payment, and community input in design RTD, Due in part to these investments in pedestrian, bicycle, and transit infrastructure, Boulder has been recognized both nationally and internationally for its transportation system.
In , the Boulder metropolitan statistical area MSA ranked as the fourth highest in the United States for percentage of commuters who biked to work 5.
During the same time period, Other routes, such as the , , , and depart every 15 to 30 minutes. There are over scheduled daily bus trips on seven routes that run between Boulder and Denver on weekdays.
A mile RTD commuter rail route called the Northwest Rail Line is proposed to run from Denver through Boulder to Longmont , with stops in major communities along the way. The Boulder station is to be north of Pearl Street and east of 30th Street.
At one time this commuter rail service was scheduled to commence in , but major delays have ensued. In , an initial 6-mile segment opened, reaching from downtown Denver to southern Westminster at West 71st Avenue and Federal Boulevard. RTD , the developer of FasTracks, is partnering with the city of Boulder to plan a transit-oriented development near Pearl and 33rd Streets in association with the proposed Boulder commuter rail station.
The development is to feature the Boulder Railroad Depot , already relocated to that site, which may be returned to a transit-related use. Boulder, well known for its bicycle culture , boasts hundreds of miles of bicycle-pedestrian paths, lanes, and routes that interconnect to create a renowned network of bikeways usable year-round. Boulder has 74 bike and pedestrian underpasses that facilitate safer and uninterrupted travel throughout much of the city.
The city offers a route-finding website that allows users to map personalized bike routes around the city. In May , B-cycle bike-sharing opened in Boulder with red bikes and 12 stations. Boulder Municipal Airport is located 3 miles 4. Government preservation of open space around Boulder began with the Congress of the United States approving the allocation of 1, acres 7. Since then, Boulder has adopted a policy of controlled urban expansion.
In , city voters approved a dedicated sales tax for the acquisition of open space in an effort to contain urban sprawl. In , Boulder created a "comprehensive plan" that would dictate future zoning, transportation, and urban planning decisions. Hoping to preserve residents' views of the mountains, in , the city enacted an ordinance limiting the height of newly constructed buildings. A Historic-Preservation Code was passed in , and a residential-growth management ordinance the Danish Plan in The City of Boulder has created an Urban Wildlife Management Plan which sets policies for managing and protecting urban wildlife.
However, with the threat of West Nile Virus , the city began an integrative plan to control the mosquito population in that includes chemical pesticides.
Residents can opt-out of the program by contacting the city and asking that their areas not be sprayed. Under Boulder law, extermination of prairie dogs requires a permit. Also in , the city experimented with using goats for weed control in environmentally sensitive areas. Goats naturally consume diffuse knapweed and Canada thistle , and although the program was not as effective as it was hoped, goats will still be considered in the future weed control projects./p>
During the same time period, Other routes, such as the , , , and depart every 15 to 30 minutes. There are over scheduled daily bus trips on seven routes that run between Boulder and Denver on weekdays. A mile RTD commuter rail route called the Northwest Rail Line is proposed to run from Denver through Boulder to Longmont , with stops in major communities along the way.
The Boulder station is to be north of Pearl Street and east of 30th Street. At one time this commuter rail service was scheduled to commence in , but major delays have ensued. In , an initial 6-mile segment opened, reaching from downtown Denver to southern Westminster at West 71st Avenue and Federal Boulevard.
RTD , the developer of FasTracks, is partnering with the city of Boulder to plan a transit-oriented development near Pearl and 33rd Streets in association with the proposed Boulder commuter rail station. The development is to feature the Boulder Railroad Depot , already relocated to that site, which may be returned to a transit-related use. Boulder, well known for its bicycle culture , boasts hundreds of miles of bicycle-pedestrian paths, lanes, and routes that interconnect to create a renowned network of bikeways usable year-round.
Boulder has 74 bike and pedestrian underpasses that facilitate safer and uninterrupted travel throughout much of the city. The city offers a route-finding website that allows users to map personalized bike routes around the city. In May , B-cycle bike-sharing opened in Boulder with red bikes and 12 stations. Boulder Municipal Airport is located 3 miles 4. Government preservation of open space around Boulder began with the Congress of the United States approving the allocation of 1, acres 7.
Since then, Boulder has adopted a policy of controlled urban expansion. In , city voters approved a dedicated sales tax for the acquisition of open space in an effort to contain urban sprawl.
In , Boulder created a "comprehensive plan" that would dictate future zoning, transportation, and urban planning decisions. Hoping to preserve residents' views of the mountains, in , the city enacted an ordinance limiting the height of newly constructed buildings. A Historic-Preservation Code was passed in , and a residential-growth management ordinance the Danish Plan in The City of Boulder has created an Urban Wildlife Management Plan which sets policies for managing and protecting urban wildlife.
However, with the threat of West Nile Virus , the city began an integrative plan to control the mosquito population in that includes chemical pesticides. Residents can opt-out of the program by contacting the city and asking that their areas not be sprayed. Under Boulder law, extermination of prairie dogs requires a permit. Also in , the city experimented with using goats for weed control in environmentally sensitive areas. Goats naturally consume diffuse knapweed and Canada thistle , and although the program was not as effective as it was hoped, goats will still be considered in the future weed control projects.
In , goats were used to keep weeds under control at the Boulder Reservoir. The City of Boulder, Open Space and Mountain Parks department manages approximately 8, acres of protected forest land west of the city in accordance with a Forest Ecosystem Management Plan. The plan aims to maintain or enhance native plant and animal species, their communities, and the ecological processes that sustain them and to reduce the wildfire risk to forest and human communities.
Boulder's main daily newspaper, the Daily Camera , was founded in as the weekly Boulder Camera , and became a daily newspaper the following year. Following many heated controversies over Colorado Daily' s political coverage, it severed its ties to the university in In summer , the Boulder Planet , a free weekly competing with the Boulder Weekly, published its first issue; it ceased publication in February Scripps relinquished its 50 percent ownership in both daily papers in early to Media News Group.
Boulder Magazine , a lifestyle magazine, was founded in Boulder is part of the Denver market for television stations, and it also receives many radio stations based in Denver or Ft. For cable television, Boulder is served by Comcast Cable. The city operates public service Boulder 8 TV on cable high- and standard-definition , which airs, live-streams and archives council meetings; with its in-house video production facilities, it also produces news, talk and informational programming.
KVCU , also known as Radio , is another non-commercial radio station run with the help of university-student volunteers. KVCU started broadcasting in The University of Colorado Press, a non-profit co-op of various western universities, publishes academic books.
In , Lund bought out Brown's share of the press, and Brown moved on to found Soldier of Fortune magazine the following year. One of the most popular sections of Boulder is the famous Pearl Street Mall , home to numerous shops and restaurants. This four-block pedestrian mall is a social hotspot in Boulder, with dozens of restaurants of all kinds and specialty stores that include artisan shops and unique gadget shops.
In the summer and on weekends, many street shows and acts can be found throughout the mall, along with street vendors and henna tattoo artists.
Boulder's traditional Downtown area, including the Pearl Street Mall, is in the western part of present-day Boulder. During the s and s, the city grew to the east, since the west side is bounded by the foothills. Downtown is host to a variety of restaurants, bars, and boutique stores.
However, it has few grocery, hardware, or department stores and is therefore more of a "shopping destination" than a neighborhood with stores supporting the local population. Featuring some of the city's landmark stores and venues, such as Albums on the Hill and the Fox Theatre , The Hill has been the center of college life for many of the nearby sororities and fraternities. The Twenty Ninth Street retail district opened in October , located in central Boulder on the site of the former Crossroads Mall , east of Downtown.
The market was started in by regional farmers. Boulder has eight official sister cities: Landmarks representing Boulder's connection with its various sister cities can be found throughout the city.
The plaza was built to honor all of Boulder's sister city relationships. Dushanbe presented its distinctive tea house as a gift to Boulder in It was completed in Tajikistan in , then shipped to Boulder where it was reassembled and opened to the public in The mural, which was painted by Mante muralist Florian Lopez, is located on the north-facing wall of the Dairy Center for the Performing Arts.
Woody Allen's film Sleeper was filmed on location in Boulder. Pei , were used in the film. Boulder was a setting for Stephen King 's book The Stand , as the gathering point for some of the survivors of the superflu.
King lived in Boulder for a little less than a year, beginning in the autumn of , and wrote The Shining during this period. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. View of South Boulder from Bear Peak. Timeline of Boulder, Colorado. Media in Boulder, Colorado. List of University of Colorado Boulder alumni. State of Colorado , Department of Local Affairs. Archived from the original on November 23, Retrieved September 1, Retrieved September 2, United States Census Bureau.
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If the exposure is within the standards of modesty of a given culture and setting e. If however, the degree of exposure exceeds the cultural norms of the setting, or if the activity or setting includes nudity as an understood part of its function, such as a nude beach , terminology relating to nudity and degrees thereof are typically used.
Toplessness is regarded by most people as partial nudity. Full frontal nudity describes a state of full nudity with the subject facing towards the viewer, with the whole front of the body exposed, including intimate parts such as a man's penis or woman's vulva. Partial frontal nudity typically only refers to the exposure of the breasts. Non-frontal nudity describes nudity where the whole back side of the body, including the buttocks , is exposed, or a side-view from any other direction.
Hair probably evolved in mammals before about million years ago. The closest living genetic relatives of humans, apes and especially chimpanzees , possess an almost complete covering of fur.
Humans are today the only naked primate in nature, that is, most of the body is not naturally covered by fur. Reliable information on the development of nudity and the passage of time are not yet possible because hair does not fossilize. Researchers at the University of Utah in found that human skin contains photoreceptors like those in the retina, allowing it to mount an immediate defence against damaging ultraviolet radiations.
They suspect that the protein that protects the skin from sunlight evolved following the loss of protective hair, which happened about 1. People have a variety of views on nudity, both of their own as well as those of others. This would depend on their level of inhibition , cultural background and upbringing, as well as on context. A society's attitude to public nudity varies depending on the culture, time, location and context of an activity.
There are many exceptions and particular circumstances in which nudity is tolerated, accepted or even encouraged in public spaces.
Such examples would include a nude beach , within some intentional communities such as naturist resorts or clubs and at special events. In general and across cultures, public indications of sexual arousal are commonly regarded as embarrassing , both to the person aroused and the onlooker, and for this reason those parts of the human body that would indicate arousal are normally covered.
Arousal is most evidently indicated by the sex organs and women's breasts , which are routinely covered, even when other parts of the body may be freely uncovered. Yet the nudity taboo may have meanings deeper than the immediate possibility of sexual arousal, for example, in the cumulative weight of tradition and habit.
Clothing also expresses and symbolizes authority, and more general norms and values besides those of a sexual nature. While some European countries, such as Germany, are rather tolerant of public nudity,  in many countries public nudity may meet social disapproval or even constitute a misdemeanor of indecent exposure.
In , the city council of San Francisco proposed a ban on public nudity in the inner city area. This was met by harsh resistance since the city is usually known for its liberal culture. Some people take part in non-sexual public nude events. These may be in a naturist resort or club or at a nude beach. Outdoor nude recreation can take place in private or rural areas, though generally limited to warm weather.
Others practice casual public nudity. Topfree sunbathing is considered acceptable by many on the beaches of Finland, France, Spain, Italy and most of the rest of Europe and even in some outdoor swimming pools ; however, exposure of the genitals is restricted to nudist areas in most regions. In the United States, topfree sunbathing and wearing thongs are not common in many areas, but are limited to nude beaches in various locations.
It is normally acceptable for men in the U. Where the social acceptability of nudity in certain places may be well understood, the legal position is often less clear cut. In England, for example, the law does not actually prohibit simple public nudity, but does forbid indecent exposure [ citation needed ].
In practice, this means that successful prosecution hangs on whether there is a demonstrable intention to shock others, rather than simply a desire to be nude in a public place. Specifically, using nudity to "harass, alarm or distress" others is an offence against the Public Order Act of Occasional attempts to prove this point by walking naked around the country therefore often result in periods of arrest, followed by release without charge, and inconsistencies in the approach between different police jurisdictions.
Differences in the law between England and Scotland appear to make the position harder for naked ramblers once they reach Scotland. Photography of installations of massed nude people in public places, as made repeatedly around the world by Spencer Tunick , claim artistic merit. Nudity is at times used to draw attention to a cause, with the participants desiring to remain anonymous. Public nude events are at times staged as a forum for usually unrelated messages, such as clothing-optional bike rides.
At times, the cause is merely a personal justification for taking part in a nude event, which are popular in their own right. Many nude calendars are produced each year featuring naked men or women. Some of these are produced to raise money for charities or other causes. Nudity, like sexuality, is also used to draw attention for a commercial purpose, such as for promotion or advertising.
Nudity may be used as a part of artistic or erotic performance, such as in nude performance art , nude body painting ex. Fantasy Fest , sex shows , striptease , adult entertainment conventions, and in adult-only events like Folsom Street Fair , Nudes-A-Poppin' , etc.
In the privacy of their own homes, people are more casual in relation to clothing, though what each considers appropriate varies considerably. What and how much clothing a person removes depends on a number of considerations, including the cultural background and on whether the person is alone in the privacy of their own homes.
The removal of overclothing, such as coats, hats, gloves, scarves and the like, is the norm in virtually all households. It is also common for people to remove outdoor shoes when entering one's home and at times guests may also be expected to do the same.
It is also common to change out of work clothes such as a suit and tie, overalls etc. Beyond that, how much more is removed depends on personal taste, habits, circumstance and relationships of the people inside the household at a particular time. A person's cultural background as well as their religious teachings will affect the way they view their own nudity or state of dress, alone or in the presence of others, as well as how they view the nudity of others.
Some cultures deprecate nudity even in a private context. Another factor is the level of privacy to which a person can be assured - for example, some parts of a home may be seen from the outside or there may be a possibility of others walking in.
The expectation of privacy may be confined to the home and sometimes the backyard. Inside the home, it may be restricted to the bedroom or just the bathroom. If a person is not alone, their comfort in removing clothing in front of another person will generally depend on the nature of a relationship of those who jointly occupy the same private space, as well as the attitudes of others to nudity.
Besides the nature of a relationship, attitudes and incidences of nudity will also depend on the level of inhibition that each person has, as well as the level of privacy to which that they can be assured. Sometimes a person may unintentionally intrude on a person who is in the nude, which may lead to embarrassment of one or both of the people.
The nude person may seek to quickly cover their private parts, while the clothed person may turn away, but this also depends on cultural differences and the relationship of the people. In the case of nudity in front of those who do not normally occupy the same private space, that will usually depend on whether the outsider is comfortable with the nudity and whether the nudity is reciprocated, as in the case of social nudism. Social nudism may take place in any private social context, such as at one's home with friends or with acquaintances at a nudist facility or event, such as a naturist club, community center, resort or other facility.
To generate an atmosphere of fun at a social gathering and lighten the social atmosphere, or to heighten the sexual atmosphere and ease those present into some state of nudity, organisers of a social gathering may organise party games , which may involve some level of nudity, such as strip games , for example strip poker , which can be played by single-sex groups or by mixed groups.
Nudity in front of a sexual partner is widely accepted, but not in all cases. For example, some partners insist on nudity only at the time and place of sex , or with subdued lighting; during bathing with the partner or afterward; covered by a sheet or blanket, or while sleeping. The invention of photography and more recently the video camera has opened the art of capturing images of people and scenes at a relatively low cost to the true amateur.
A person can now capture images in both public and private situations. A feature of most private photographs and videos is that they are not intended for viewing outside of a very limited range of people, and seldom if ever by the general public.
Amateur photography , which includes nude photography, which has previously been produced for personal enjoyment, is increasingly being more widely disseminated through the internet, at times without the knowledge and consent of the subject of the photograph, and to their subsequent embarrassment. Also, the use of secret photography to capture images of an unsuspecting person undressed or not, and whether for personal use, or intended for posting on the Internet creates additional personal privacy issues.
Some people are made anxious by being nude or being in the presence of nude people; if this begins to interfere with their well-being, the phobia is called gymnophobia. There are differences of opinion as to whether, and if so to what extent, parents should appear naked in front of their children.
Gordon and Schroeder report that parental nudity varies considerably from family to family. They note that by ages five to six, children begin to develop a sense of modesty, and recommend to parents who wish to be sensitive to their children's wishes that they limit such activities from that age onwards. Bonner recommends against nudity in the home if children exhibit sexual play of a type that is considered problematic.
The study found that there was no significant difference between what was reported by men and by women with respect to frequency of nudity in the home. In a review of the literature, Paul Okami concluded that there was no reliable evidence linking exposure to parental nudity to any negative effect.
Attitudes toward children seeing nude people vary substantially, depending on the child's culture, age and the context of the nudity see also the section Home above. Television and radio regulations in many countries require broadcasters to avoid transmitting images or language considered inappropriate for children from 5: In the United Kingdom, the Broadcasting Code states, "Nudity before the watershed must be justified by the context.
Violators may be subject to civil legal action and sanctions if the Federal Communications Commission FCC determines the broadcaster did not meet its standards of "decency".
Attitudes to nudity vary substantially throughout Europe. Male and female nudity in Scandinavia is not uncommon. The region has a very open attitude about nudity, although it strictly prohibits children's access to pornography. In many countries, including the U. Private boarding schools and military academies in the U.
Students in these establishments need places to clean themselves daily. Children who are within a naturist home will usually also be naked, together with their family, and may see and be seen by non-family members in the nude. They may also be taken to naturist venues and events where they, their families and others would also generally be nude. In many cultures, different standards have applied and continue to apply for males and females with regard to communal nudity in the presence of the same sex.
Particularly in English-speaking countries, males have historically been more likely to be expected to engage in practices such as nude swimming in swimming pools, or to be mandated to have communal showers with no privacy in schools,  based on the cultural beliefs that women need more privacy.
Social attitudes maintained that it was healthy and normal for men and boys to be nude around each other and schools, gymnasia, and other such organizations typically required nude male swimming in part for sanitary reasons due to the use of wool swimsuits.
There was less tolerance for female nudity and the same schools and gyms that insisted on wool swimwear being unsanitary for males did not make an exception when women were concerned. Nonetheless, some schools did allow girls to swim nude if they wished. By the s, most schools and gyms in the United States had become mixed-sex, which put an end to nude swimming. Nudity in film has, since the development of the medium, been somewhat controversial, though there was no defined censorship, especially of nudity, in the early years of Hollywood, until the Hays Code of the s.
Under present-day guidelines, most nude scenes in films have had to be justified as being part of the story, in the concept of "artistically justifiable nudity". In some cases nudity is itself the object of a film or is used in the development of the character of the subject.
There are film scenes where nudity, in routine and non-sexual situations, such as mixed shower scenes, has been used to emphasize gender equality in the future. In some cases, nudity has been criticized as "superfluous" or "gratuitous" to the plot, and some film producers have been accused of including nudity in a film to appeal to audiences.
Many actors and actresses have appeared nude, or exposing parts of their bodies or dressed in ways considered provocative by contemporary standards at some point in their careers. Erotic films usually contain nudity, and nudity in a sexual context is common in pornographic films. A film on naturism, or about people for whom nudity is common, for example, many societies and people who live in hot climates, or films set in times such as the s or s era of liberation, may contain non-sexual nudity, and many non-pornographic films contain nude scenes.
Mainstream art generally reflects — with some exceptions — social standards of aesthetics and morality of a society at various periods of time. Beyond mainstream standards, artistic expression may be merely tolerated, or be considered as fringe.
Since prehistoric time, humans, both male and female, have been depicted in all states of dress, including all states of undress. Nudity in all styles has been and continues to be found in art. Nudity is also a subject of many literary works and in film. All professionally produced works of art use stylised compositions to depict the nude body. This also applies to cinema, where even nude scenes are staged and rehearsed. The erotic aspect of nudity in the arts has been an important factor in its attraction, and has come to be associated with certain states and emotions, such as innocence, playfulness, vulnerability, etc.
Pornography does not necessarily involve a naked person, but it involves sexualized scenes, and usually it does not claim to have any artistic merit. The visual arts were at times the only means available to the general public to view a nude body. Today, the opportunities available for the viewing of the nude body are very wide, and these include magazines, television, films, and the Internet.
Depictions of child nudity or children with nude adults appear in works of art in various cultures and historical periods. These attitudes have changed over time and have become increasingly frowned upon particularly in recent years,  especially in the case of photography.
In recent years, there have been a few incidents in which snapshots taken by parents of their infant or toddler children bathing or otherwise naked were challenged as child pornography. In May , police in Sydney, Australia, raided an exhibition by the photographer Bill Henson featuring images of naked children on allegations of child pornography.
In June , it was reported in The Age that police would have no basis to prosecute Henson over his photographs of naked teenagers, after they were declared "mild and justified" and given a PG rating by the Australian Classification Board , suggesting viewing by children under the age of 16 is suitable with parental guidance.
According to the thenyear-old Olympia, she did not believe the photograph amounted to abuse and was upset with Prime Minister Kevin Rudd 's remark that he hated it.
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