Karina Barbie, 27, who makes herself up to look like the Mattel doll, staged her oddball protest over the redesign of a Facebook-like social media website. A Barbie-obsessed model staged a bizarre nearly naked protest outside the Russian parliament's building - because she was angry about a social media site's new design. Karina Barbie, 27, who makes herself up to look like the Mattel doll, staged her oddball protest outside the State Duma Building in the Russian capital city of Moscow.
A lot, apparently. Some of it was PR noise, and some of it seemed like PR noise until it built to a phenomenon. Plus: Most of them were fully clothed.
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The young model gets real about the harsh realities of being a part of the fashion world. The body-positive diva recently took to Instagram to tell her followers that stretch marks are absolutely normal and that an incredible amount of women have them. Several media outlets picked up her empowering post, including Teen Vogueand Barbie took the opportunity to remind us all that sharing her "flaws" with the world is a much bigger deal than we'd think.
Australian Women's Weekly. An image of a naked plus-sized model with Barbie's proportions drawn onto her body has gone viral on social media. The picture of Katie Halchishick — co-founder of body image blog Healthy is the New Skinny — was shot for the November issue of O magazine.
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Sometimes a creator wants to show characters naked in a work that's intended for general audiences. They can't just let the audience see the characters' private parts, but using censorship tools like Scenery Censor or Censor Steam to hide those areas can feel contrived or bothersome from an artistic standpoint. If it's a non-live-action medium like comics or animation where you build up a character model from scratch instead of filming or photographing a real person, one really simple solution is to just leave out the part where you draw, paint, or sculpt the genitals and leave a smooth area instead, so that even if you show the character totally naked there'll be nothing objectionable to see.
In comics, TV shows, and movies aimed at general audiences, characters in a state of undress will usually lack If a female is shown naked from the front, nipples may or may not be drawn. Variations include complete absence, nipples absent but areola shown, nipples drawn but areola lacking, and both nipples and areola being drawn. The crotch will almost always be completely featureless, with not even a dark patch to represent pubic hair.