How Nudity Was Treated in the Soviet Union

How Nudity Was Treated in the Soviet Union

The attitude towards naked bodies in the Soviet Union was changing through the years and followed the certain ideology. Sexual revolution manifested freedom in everything – being shy about your nudity began to be treated as the relic of the bourgeois culture. So many people got undressed and willingly posed for cameras.

How Nudity Was Treated in the Soviet Union
1928

How Nudity Was Treated in the Soviet Union

Sex symbol of the past, Lilya Brik, 1924

How Nudity Was Treated in the Soviet Union

Crimea, 1925−26

How Nudity Was Treated in the Soviet Union

1920s

How Nudity Was Treated in the Soviet Union

Asya Zagorskaya, 1920s

How Nudity Was Treated in the Soviet Union

Sunbathing in the Crimea, 1933

How Nudity Was Treated in the Soviet Union

Naked factory workers with kids in the Crimea, 1932

How Nudity Was Treated in the Soviet Union

Naked factory workers in the Crimea, 1932

How Nudity Was Treated in the Soviet Union

Beach for women, 1932

How Nudity Was Treated in the Soviet Union

1930

How Nudity Was Treated in the Soviet Union

Collective farm workers rest after work, 1931.

How Nudity Was Treated in the Soviet Union

Crimea, 1932 

How Nudity Was Treated in the Soviet Union

Komsomol workers in the Moscow river, 1940.

How Nudity Was Treated in the Soviet Union

Near Sochi, 1940

 

6 thoughts on “How Nudity Was Treated in the Soviet Union”

  1. how is nudity treated in 2020 at englishrussia.com – super blurred out boobs that are 500ft in the background? Hard to believe how tame it all became…

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  2. Nudity and modesty are not a problem in eastern country were nobody care about that.
    You can bath bare nearly anywhere, and nudist camping parts is just touching the “clothe” one.
    At the sea side, there is metallic wall …or not between the two parts…

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