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9th Apr '17 8:15:48 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* ''Webcomic/TheLeagueOfSuperRedundantHeroes'': Buckaress has such a {{Stripperiffic}} costume that she "feels naked" wearing [[http://superredundant.com/?comic=119-normal an ordinary sweater and jeans.]]
1st Apr '17 1:13:59 AM TheSinful
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** ''Fanfic/ChangelingCourtshipRituals'' has Queen Chrysalis questioning the point of strippers when ponies are usually naked anyway. Pinkie Pie explains that "it's not what they're not wearing, but how they take it off".
28th Mar '17 3:00:53 PM ErikModi
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* ''Franchise/StarTrek'': Ferengi culture dictates that females shouldn't wear any clothing (or do much else, for that matter). Quark is constantly embarrassed that his mother won't follow this norm. A running gag in one episode was for Ferengi seeing Quark's mother dressed to avert their eyes the way a human would upon accidentally walking in on a naked person.

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* ''Franchise/StarTrek'': Ferengi culture dictates that females shouldn't wear any clothing (or do much else, for that matter). Quark is constantly embarrassed that his mother won't follow this norm. A running gag in one episode was for Ferengi seeing Quark's mother dressed to avert their eyes the way a human would upon accidentally walking in on a naked person. The metaphor is taken to its logical conclusion when Quark's mother asks Rom (Quark's brother) if he'd be more comfortable if she took her clothes off. He would indeed.
24th Mar '17 6:22:04 PM ZeroSD
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* Famously ''Literature/JohnCarterOfMars'' has the Martians wear little to nothing save for harnesses to hang their weapons and pouches to carry other items, and the occasional jewelry. The artwork on covers and such that show them with loincloths and barely-there nipple coverings on women is ''adding'' clothing. Barsoom culture, simply does not care.
3rd Mar '17 10:47:53 AM Skebaba
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** Apparently, [[DoctorWho2013CSTheTimeOfTheDoctor you don't wear clothes to church]]....but are expected to use holograms....which the clergy can see through anyway.

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** Apparently, [[DoctorWho2013CSTheTimeOfTheDoctor you don't wear clothes to church]]....but are expected to use holograms....holograms[[note]]It is specifically stated in the episode that you are only required to be naked while attending the church, but you can use a hologram to hide the nakedness if you want to, because the priests are trained to see through the holograms anyway. It's mostly for those "prudes" who are scared of being naked.[[/note]]....which the clergy can see through anyway.
16th Feb '17 5:36:39 PM gjjones
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* In ''LightNovel/SeireiTsukaiNoBladeDance'', the hero's elemental, Est, considers her thighs and legs to be the only private regions of her body. She'll remove all her clothing without a second thought, but suggestions that she remove her knee-high stockings will bring immediate reprisal for perversion, and in some cases death threats.

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* In ''LightNovel/SeireiTsukaiNoBladeDance'', ''LightNovel/BladedanceOfElementalers'', the hero's elemental, Est, considers her thighs and legs to be the only private regions of her body. She'll remove all her clothing without a second thought, but suggestions that she remove her knee-high stockings will bring immediate reprisal for perversion, and in some cases death threats.
4th Feb '17 3:07:55 AM VicGeorge2011
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* On ''Series/TheMuppetShow,'' Kermit is considered indecently naked when he loses his collar.
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* On ''Series/TheMuppetShow,'' Kermit is considered indecently naked when he loses his collar.
4th Feb '17 3:03:18 AM VicGeorge2011
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* In John Byrne's ''ComicBook/TheManOfSteel'', Kryptonian society near the end of the planet's life is so repressed that, when Lara views images of Earth, she freaks out when she sees a field worker not wearing a shirt.



* In ''Fanfic/EmpathTheLuckiestSmurf'', the Psyches view Smurfs as "savages" due to the male Smurfs constantly exposing their torsos, which is why the Psyches themselves wear bodysuits that cover everything but their heads.

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* In ''Fanfic/EmpathTheLuckiestSmurf'', the Psyches view Smurfs as "savages" due to the male Smurfs constantly exposing their torsos, which is why the Psyches themselves wear bodysuits that cover everything but their heads. The Smurfs themselves see nakedness as simply not wearing a hat.
27th Jan '17 9:16:17 AM VicGeorge2011
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* In ''Fanfic/EmpathTheLuckiestSmurf'', the Psyches view Smurfs as "savages" due to the male Smurfs constantly exposing their torsos, which is why the Psyches themselves wear bodysuits that cover everything but their heads.
14th Jan '17 1:06:21 AM Medinoc
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* Bastin from ''Webcomic/TwoKinds'' always hide their feet, from ther ball of their toes to their ankles. One can get away with {{Sarashi}}-like bandages, but the fashion seems to be [[BuffySpeak an armored foot-sleeve dealie-o]]. WordOfGod is [[ConvenientlyCommonKink they have a species wide foot fetish]], and thus consider bare feet nudity. Alaric's statue of Keith has ''only'' the feet covered.

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* Bastin from ''Webcomic/TwoKinds'' always hide their feet, from ther ball of their toes to their ankles. One can get away with {{Sarashi}}-like bandages, but the fashion seems to be [[BuffySpeak an armored foot-sleeve dealie-o]]. WordOfGod is [[ConvenientlyCommonKink they have a species wide foot fetish]], and thus consider bare feet nudity. [[http://twokinds.keenspot.com/archive.php?p=413 Alaric's statue of Keith Keith]] has ''only'' the feet covered.
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