She is absolutely right: “I am perplexed with the fact that people who believe a God created our bodies (yes, including boobs and our private parts) could think skin is offensive.” I hope many nude girls will make photos in front of the Embassy.
A Belgian artist has faced a backlash in Israel after posing nude in front of one of Judaism’s most sacred sites.
Marisa Papen posted the image of herself reclining naked on a rooftop overlooking the Western Wall in Jerusalem.
The rabbi of the site described the incident as “grave and lamentable”.
Last year, Ms Papen was briefly detained after taking naked photos at an ancient Egyptian temple in Luxor.
On her website, the young model describes her way of life as “a naked form of freedom where masks are torn off and thrown in the ocean”. Many of her publicly posted images are nude modelling shots taken all over the world.
In a blog post on Saturday entitled “The Wall of Shame”, the model said her experiences in Egypt had made her want “to push the bounderies [sic] of religion and politics even further… [by] showing my personal religion in a world where freedom is becoming a very luxurious thing”.