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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.
9th Jan '17 9:38:34 AM rafi
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* In TheGayNineties in ''ComicBook/ArchieComics'', Archie has this reaction to a swimsuit that bares Veronica's... shoulders.
** Another, set in the 1800's, has Betty and Veronica nearly arrested for wearing men's swimwear -- a t-shirt and knee-length trunks combo.

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* ''ComicBook/ArchieComics'':
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In TheGayNineties one strip set in ''ComicBook/ArchieComics'', TheGayNineties, Archie has this reaction to a swimsuit that bares Veronica's... shoulders.
** Another, set in the 1800's, has Betty and Veronica nearly arrested for wearing men's swimwear -- a t-shirt and knee-length trunks combo.'
** When Betty and Veronica, in a story, meet their old version of the '50s (through the [[PortalToThePast Memory Lane]]), Veronica is called out by the two girls for her "skimpy" outfit that BareYourMidriff.
31st Dec '16 10:12:45 AM nombretomado
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* In {{Animorphs}}, Ax (a blue, four-legged alien) comments that humans use clothing to cover the parts they consider "inappropriate" but they hide the wrong bits. According to Ax, there is nothing as ugly as a human nose.
* In ''YoungWizards'', an alien resembling a walking fir tree uses a [[CensorSteam decency field]] to cover his roots.

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* In {{Animorphs}}, ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'', Ax (a blue, four-legged alien) comments that humans use clothing to cover the parts they consider "inappropriate" but they hide the wrong bits. According to Ax, there is nothing as ugly as a human nose.
* In ''YoungWizards'', ''Literature/YoungWizards'', an alien resembling a walking fir tree uses a [[CensorSteam decency field]] to cover his roots.
6th Oct '16 8:30:47 PM LaughingGiraffe
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* In Robertson Davies' "The Rebel Angels", Maria and her mother host a dinner party for purposes of ensnaring Clement Hollis, whom Maria is in love with. Mamusia instructs her daughter to wear a low-cut top - they're Romani, so while their legs must be covered, cleavage is just fine.
25th Sep '16 3:28:10 AM anza_sb
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* Darwin from ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'' only wears shoes, so his feet when shown is usually censored the way the other characters' privates are censored in-show.
31st Jul '16 11:48:29 PM PaulA
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* In Creator/MarionZimmerBradley's Darkover novels, women commonly wear their hair in butterfly clips so as not to expose the nape of the neck, which would be indecent.

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* In Creator/MarionZimmerBradley's Darkover Literature/{{Darkover}} novels, women commonly wear their hair in butterfly clips so as not to expose the nape of the neck, which would be indecent.
24th Jul '16 4:21:34 AM ScorpiusOB1
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** An apocryphal story has a 17[[superscript:th]]-century Spanish queen passing through a town renowned for its silk production, where the merchants presented her with a gift of stockings. Since they were effectively lingerie in the time period, her scandalized attendant threw them aside, declaiming, "Know that a Queen of Spain ''has no legs''."

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** An apocryphal story has a 17[[superscript:th]]-century Spanish queen queen[[note]]Said to be [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mariana_of_Austria Mariana of Austria]], second wife of Philip IV[[/note]] passing through a town renowned for its silk production, where the merchants presented her with a gift of stockings. Since they were effectively lingerie in the time period, her scandalized attendant threw them aside, declaiming, "Know that a Queen of Spain ''has no legs''."". The story ends with Mariana, who was around fourteen years old by then, crying as she feared her legs would be cut off once in Spain.
11th Jul '16 12:48:22 PM LadyJaneGrey
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* The ''Literature/MrMen'' rarely wear much clothing, being {{Living Polyhedron}}s, but Mr. Bump is embarrassed when Little Miss Naughty swipes his bandages.
3rd Jul '16 11:58:21 AM trentongm
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* When the Spanish colonials tried to conquer the Araucanians in South America, the natives kidnapped many Spanish women; most were later returned in a peace deal, wearing native-made clothes and naked from the waste down. Actually a subversion, the Araucanians had the same understanding of nudity as Europeans, and were invoking this trope to mock the way the Spanish viewed their culture.

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* When the Spanish colonials tried to conquer the Araucanians in South America, the natives kidnapped many Spanish women; most were later returned in a peace deal, wearing native-made clothes and naked from the waste waist down. Actually a subversion, the Araucanians had the same understanding of nudity as Europeans, and were invoking this trope to mock the way the Spanish viewed their culture.
3rd Jul '16 11:57:28 AM trentongm
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* When the Spanish colonials tried to conquer the Araucanians in South America, the natives kidnapped many Spanish women; most were later returned in a peace deal, wearing native-made clothes and naked from the waste down. Actually a subversion, the Araucanians had the same understanding of nudity as Europeans, and were invoking this trope to mock the way the Spanish viewed their culture.
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