It shows a view of a beautiful nude Girl. However four spots on its back due being stuck up and then removed they do not affect the picture on the front side see scan and it is still a great collectable. Condition: good. This postcard should be in every risque or African collection. Buyer of multiple items can save on shipping.
Nude Surfing Somewhere in Angola
Nude Surfing Somewhere in Angola - chateaudegrillemont.com
Original antique photo Africa tribe Ethnic, 2 beautiful black women, French nude. Nude black young woman in ritual costume. Skip to main content. Email to friends Share on Facebook - opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter - opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest - opens in a new window or tab. Add to Watchlist. People who viewed this item also viewed. Picture Information.
The Emperor Has no Clothes and the Naked Hunger Strike
The only two females in the Luanda Book Club case, Rosa Conde 29 and Laurinda Gouveia 26 , have been on hunger strike since May 8 in protest at their continued detention in Viana prison, pending their appeal against a verdict and prison sentence which have been widely condemned as unfair and part of a political show-trial. They are also protesting against the attacks they suffered on the same day at the hands of dozens of other inmates. We are running terrible risks here. The two young women had also been refusing to wear prison clothing until Rosa Conde collapsed on Wednesday.
Luanda, Angola PANA — Protestors have obliged Angolan authorities to withdraw the "Muana-Po" statue of a naked woman, symbolising fertility and maternity, installed recently in the middle of the big round about at Luanda's " 4 February" international airport. Angola News Agency reported Thursday that the wooden sculpture, inaugurated 12 July, depicted a kneeling naked pregnant woman, carrying a basket balanced on her head. The 'Muana-Po' statue was said to originate from the Kongo ethnic group. What irritated a good number of those who saw it was the exposure of the female sexual organ which was seen as an insult to women in Angola and Africa in general.