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These are tribes that still doesn’t wear clothes (Photos contains cultural nudity)

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Despite civilisation, only a few tribes still go without clothing. This was the norm in the recent past, but it is rapidly fading for a variety of reasons, the most notable of which is the rapid infiltration of modern conventions into these civilizations' way of life.

If this diversity is gone, it will be a loss to humanity. We should value it because it is a part of our collective human past.

Photographs taken by modern anthropologists and sociologists who have visited these societies have been included. These images demonstrate cultural nuance in a suitable way. They are not pornography and have no intention of becoming so. If you're offended by them, or if you're not supposed to see them, don't go any further.

The Xingu tribe of the Brazilian Amazon provided these photos. Men conceal their genitals with a loincloth. A thin vegetable fiber belt is worn around the waist by women.

In everyday life, they wear anklets, bracelets, and necklaces, and at festivals, they wear elaborate headdresses. Pubic hair is removed by women.

In the Ecuadorian and Peruvian Amazon, there are also some images from the Huaorani tribe. Nudity is the tribe's customary garb. The majority of adults wear a fairly thin vegetable fiber belt around their waist. To keep their manhood, men tuck their prepuce under it. Is it proper etiquette to keep the manhood tucked?

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