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"This is the form in which a Kamui is able to unleash the most power! The fact that you are embarrassed by the values of the masses only proves how small you are! If it means fulfilling her ambitions, Satsuki Kiryūin will show neither shame nor hesitation, even if she bares her breasts for all the world to see! My actions are utterly pure!"
Satsuki Kiryūin, Kill la Kill

A character (usually female) is not embarrassed by their state of undress. The "other half" of the Innocent Fanservice Girl.

The key difference between the two is that while the Innocent Fanservice Girl's lack of a nudity taboo is based on the fact that she never knew of its existence (i.e., she's too innocent to know better), the Shameless Fanservice Girl does know, but just doesn't care. She ignores nudity taboos by choice and couldn't care less who's disturbed by it.

This doesn't necessarily mean she prances around the streets in the nude constantly. Perhaps she's just the type who sleeps in the nude, spends all of her private time in her house either without clothing or in just her underwear, or only goes nude when she feels safe doing so, such as at the beach. Perhaps she simply got into a situation where she lost her clothes, but simply does not care enough about modesty for it affect her. But whatever the reasoning and specifics, the key factor is that she does understand that her state of undress is typically frowned upon by people.


Her amount of consideration to people who are uncomfortable around her nudity can vary. Sometimes she will get dressed just for the sake of her audience. Other times she'll have a "screw you" attitude and not let the disturbed countenance of her audience persuade her to stop being naked if she wants to be, sometimes she will act like The Tease or The Gadfly and enjoy the reactions she gets. It pretty much depends on what kind of person she is.

Satirical or comedic versions frequently have her facing no repercussions at all (much like her innocent sister-trope), or only comedic ones. Sometimes, for extra comedic effect, her nudity will only be noticed by one person whilst being ignored by everyone else for no apparent reason. More serious portrayals will tend towards the discreet: Characters that reject the taboo but otherwise do not make it an issue, or only in semi-private situations where they are within their rights to decide what to wear.


While this trope can overlap with Attention Whores, it is not a subtrope. This is not "the exhibitionism trope", but rather, "the knowingly unashamed trope". This does not preclude a rare Attention Whore who is also a Shameless Fanservice Girl, but it is not a requirement. The polar opposite of Reluctant Fanservice Girl.


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  • Princess Hathor Nefert in Anatolia Story, who walks around topless like it's nothing much to the shock of the Hitite ladies and Yuri. Kinda justified: she's from the VERY hot Egypt, so she's used to taking off her top to be more comfortable when it's too sunny for her taste.note 
  • The Asterisk War: Claudia Enfield seems to actively enjoy showing off her body, especially to Ayato (who usually tries to avoid thinking about it and exit quickly). Saya Sasamiya, on the other hand, is the resident Rei Ayanami Expy and appears not to care (she once answers a knock on a locker room door butt-ass-nekkid in the anime; in the novel she has a towel on).
  • Gender-flipped: France from Axis Powers Hetalia walks around naked when he has the option. Most notably in episode 35 of Axis Powers, (England freaks out upon seeing him and is almost forced to nudity by France), and episode 11 of the Beautiful World (no one cares or even mentions it). Oh God, that episode. . .
  • In Battle Athletes (not to be confused with Battle Athletes Victory, the remake) Kris Christopher calmly parades around the room she shares with her teammates completely naked as it's part of her culture/religion. The other girls are not particularly thrilled about this.
  • Belladonna of Sadness: After having sex with the devil and becoming a Hot Witch, Jeanne is pretty much done with clothing as a thing.
  • In B Gata H Kei, Kosuda argues quite regularly with his sister about her tendency to casual nudity at home. She's not so shameless that she'd walk outside in the nude or even around the house if there are guests over, but if it's just her high-school-age baby brother, who cares? (aside from said brother, and anyone walking outside while he yells at her)
  • Vanessa of Black Clover is a limited version. She has no qualms about walking around in just her underwear so long as she's in the comfort of the Black Bulls' hideout. When she's actually going out, she dresses decently.
  • Yoruichi Shihouin of Bleach. At first it was because she spends so much time in cat form that she forgets to wear clothes and just seems to find it more comfortable, but when she revealed her human form to Ichigo for the first time and he protested over her nudity, she found it funny and started doing it just to fluster him. For example;
    • And then there was the time readers learn she actually came up with a way to Flash Step out of her clothes.
    • Around the time Isshin and Masaki first met, he saw her naked. She just laughed and made fun of him for getting flustered.
  • Kazumi Schlierenzauer from Brynhildr in the Darkness also qualifies. With her, but also has a special reason.
  • Almost every female in Cross Ange goes to this except for the main character at the start. After Ange's character development she goes from being embarassed to not caring at all. Even the other characters call her a slut and an exhibitionist.
  • In Darker Than Black, Brita can teleport, but can't take clothes or any other inorganic materials with her. She doesn't care about this limitation at all, and flaunts her body endlessly.
  • DARLING in the FRANXX: In episode one, Hiro is actually more concerned about walking in on Zero Two Skinny Dipping than Zero Two herself.
  • Majority of Mamoru Onodera's Battle Harem in Deadline Summonner. Out of the ten cute monster girls, they are only three who are dressed in more than a few scraps of fabric. Justified in that they probably don't share the same perception of "decency" as humans.
  • Mitsuka-sensei from DearS is this in spades, and even the horny male teenagers in her class are turned off by her (despite being very attractive aesthetically) because of how far she takes this trope. It also might have something to do with Mitsuka being what Japan calls a Christmas Cake, meaning over the age of 25, and thus automatically unappealing because they are "unmarriable". The series on occasion pokes fun of the concept.
  • After Nanami gets stripped to a halter and shorts by a magic attack in Dog Days, she simply laughs, strikes a pose, and says "Showing this much is okay!" She does have a limit, however, as shown when a later attack strips her completely naked.
  • Ranfan from Dragon Ball that strips down to her underwear to seduce Namu; this is her most-powerful tactic to shock male opponents. Unfortunately for her, Namu defeated her fighting with his eyes closed to Ignore The Fanservice.
  • Yuuko of Dusk Maiden of Amnesia is an odd example. She sees no reason for modesty in her ghost form, stripping out of one school uniform to put on another right in front of Teiichi. However, she does get embarrassed when people see her physical body... which is a skeleton by now.
  • Misty in The Electric Tale of Pikachu has no shame in wearing her very revealing swimsuit that's just a bit of robes of clothing to cover the boobs and genitals (Even then the breasts are still mostly shown) and is only slightly embarrassed when Ash stares at her breasts and buttocks. She also states that she wants to get her breasts larger.
  • Mami of Esper Mami is a strange variant — her father's a painter, and she works for him as a nude model. As a result, she has no hang ups about being nude, especially at home.
  • Fairy Tail:
    • Erza Scarlet mentions in one episode that maybe she should walk around the guild naked and is completely at ease with taking baths with Natsu and Gray. In one hotsprings scene when some of the girls are bathing they get chills and think the boys are spying on themnote . Erza's reaction is to let them in.
    • Natsu seems to be like this too. When he ends up naked along with his female guildmates in two different contexts (Lucy, Erza and Wendy at a hot spring and Lisanna in a prison), he has some rather amusing reactions about the fact that they are in the nude, but he doesn't seem to mind nor think about that they also get to see him naked.
      • Natsu is pretty much confirmed to be this in chapter 416.5. When he is called in to use his flames to heat the women's bath by Erza he walks in totally naked. Natsu doesn't seem to notice or care that all the girls can see him. Lucy is the one to tell him to get dressed, though his reaction is nothing more than casually noting her presence.
    • Lucy Ashley, unlike Lucy Heartfilia, is a bit shameless and offers to let Natsu see her naked.
    • Jenny Realite loses a bet to Mirajane Strauss during the Grand Magic Games, leading her to be photographed naked for the cover of Sorcerer Weekly magazine. Jenny's profile states that she wasn't quite as embarrassed posing butt naked for Weekly Sorcerer as she seemed. She also tries (and fails) to use her sexiness to distract one of the dragons that come through the Eclipse Gate.
  • Louise from The Familiar of Zero has no problem changing in front of Saito at first, because she considers him to be merely a servant. A few episodes later she hides in a closet to change, showing that she thinks of him differently.
  • In Fate/Zero, when Gilgamesh's clothes are destroyed, he gets up and walks around, not even bothering to cover himself.
    • In Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA, a younger version of Gilgamesh is materialized naked. Illya freaks out and orders him to get dressed, but he says he's not ashamed of his perfect body. He finally puts some clothes on to get her to stop bugging him about it.
    • In on scene of Fate/Apocrypha Astolfo has no trouble with somebody seeing him walk out of the shower with a towel... resting on his shoulders. He later laughs about it with another character while they walk around town.
  • Free!'s Haruka Nanase doesn't care if he's in public — if there's an opportunity for him to swim, he won't hesitate to strip down to his trunks.
  • The Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex incarnation of Motoko Kusanagi regularly goes around in a windbreaker over a leotard and seems to have no compunctions about sleeping topless in the same bed as a kid she just met. There's a comment in one episode that her cybernetic body started as a consumer model that was popular several years ago (though obviously she's made many modifications under the hood), so there are probably thousands of women in Japan with her exact external body. Also, as she lost her organic body due to a childhood accident, she never went through the normal version of puberty, which also suggests intent to desexualize her character.
  • Nyarko of Haiyore! Nyarko-san has absolutely no problem surprising her Love Interest Mahiro by barging into the bathroom in the nude, and repeatedly attempts to seduce him regardless of their current situation (like trying to get intimate when they're both stuffed into a girls' room locker). In her case, it seems to be an odd application of Single-Target Sexuality, since the entirely of her efforts are focused on Mahiro; when it comes to her unwanted Psycho Lesbian Stalker with a Crush Cuuko, she's a lot more modest.
  • Yoshinoya-sensei from Hidamari Sketch she always tells her students that she can model nude if they wanted.
  • Haruhi Suzumiya: The main female character, Haruhi, doesn't have a problem with changing in public because she doesn't care about anyone else or what they think. A major sign of her growing relationship with Kyon is that she does begin to care if he's watching and violently tsuns him out of the room.
  • In High School DXD, Rias is this in spades. Rias does show concern about exposure on a few occasions when nudity is forced on her, but if she wants to be naked, she'll be naked. The other major girls in Issei's harem are on the border in this area, hovering between the sort of Innocent Fanservice Girl who doesn't realize there's a problem with getting naked in a particular situation and the Shameless Fanservice Girl who fully comprehends what she's doing but does it anyway to achieve her goals.
  • Chapter 62 of Horimiya shows that Hori doesn't think twice about getting changed in front of Sengoku, and she even admits that she'd be perfectly comfortable going to the bathroom with him present. With everyone else, she demonstrates an average level of modesty.
  • Neko from K is somewhere between Innocent Fanservice Girl and this - she knows everyone wants her to put on clothes, she doesn't quite understand why, but either way, she's not embarrassed just because everyone else is. She even suggests making her two (male) friends go naked with her, so it won't be weird that she's naked.
  • Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple:
    • Rachel Stanley has no problem exposing herself more in order to gain more attention.
    • Shigure Kosaka. She does get pissed when Kensei Ma attempts to peek on her in the bath, but could care less about bathing with Kenichi, and doesn't even bother to lock the door to her room when she changes. However, when she's captured by YAMI and subjected to a Shameful Strip, she blushes and angrily calls them perverts.
  • Kill la Kill:
    • It is Played for Drama, as the price one must pay to wield the full power of a Kamui (a living uniform), apart from feeding it blood, is to appear half-naked while wearing it. Satsuki fully embraces it with neither shame nor hesitation to show her total mastery of its power, while Ryuko must overcome her fear of everyone gawking at her naked body in order to catch up (Shown in the quotes above). For Satsuki this is greatly aided by her thinking everyone else to be so beneath her that she doesn't even care what they see. Though, in actuality, she just does whatever it takes in order to accomplish her goals. It's also possible that she just doesn't care due to being desensitized from years of sexual abuse at the hands of her mother.
    • Joining Aikuro on the male side is Uzu Sanageyama, who won't let silly little things like being completely naked get in the way of rejoining the fray.
    • By the three-quarter mark of the show, especially the ending, the list of shameless fanservice characters extends to everyone.
  • Konosuba: Aqua is one, considering it's heavily implied that she doesn't wear underwear under her short skirt, loves to show-off herself whenever she gets the chance, and gets offended if nobody is gazing at her beauty. Being an attention-seeking goddess in a world where looks can lure in followers, it make sense.
  • Mahou Sensei Negima!:
    • Evangeline has no qualms about being seen nude, and will often tease any male characters around if they do happen to walk in on her. This is generally less than successful given her apparent age.
    • Misa Kakizaki is a lesser example. In an early chapter when Negi is touring the campus and sees the cheerleaders at practice, a couple of them are embarrassed by his staring, while Misa replies "Oh please, like these outfits are designed to discourage staring." She's also among the more sexually aggressive girls (she's the one who came up with the "Reverse Hikaru Genji Plan"), though her lack of story prominence means this is never elevated beyond a background gag.
  • Maken-ki!: Despite her late introduction, the manga wastes no time establishing Love Espada as having a raging libido and just as eager to please.
  • Medaka Box's title character Medaka Kurokami has no problem changing clothes in front of her childhood friend Zenkichi and wears a Custom Uniform of Sexy that shows off her ample cleavage. When Zenkichi asks if she has any shame, she responds, "What's the point in having a body this toned if I don't show it off?"; later, when a member of the Enforcers complains about the uniform, she says "I'm not showing off my cleavage, I'm covering the rest of my body."
  • Dragons in Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid lack any kind of a nudity taboo since they're all Technically Naked Shapeshifters, though most of them are polite enough to give themselves the appropriate amount of clothing. Lucoa is not one of those dragons.
  • My Monster Secret: Shiho is a self-proclaimed pervert who rarely hesitates to give anybody an eyeful.
  • Nami from One Piece isn't ashamed to show her body to others as long as they pay her afterwards.note 
  • Queen's Blade: Elina is openly lesbian for her big sister, Leina, and doesn't care who knows it. In "Hide & Seek", she groped her sister in public, just before their semi-final bout at the tournament. She and Leina are also known for habitually sleeping in the nude, though unlike her sister, Elina isn't bothered by anyone walking in on her.
  • Ranma ½:
    • Ranma is a bit of a downplayed version of this. He doesn't hate clothes; he just really doesn't care about whether he's naked or not. He's been known to go topless in front of men without batting an eyelid and has used his female form's good looks to tease men into giving him what he wants or needs. It's usually through Akane covering him up with clothes or a towel that he preserves any modesty. We also see him in male form at home in nothing but boxers quite a bit.
    • Shampoo acts this way when she's trying to seduce Ranma. She simply doesn't have any problem with showing up in his bathroom naked.
  • Rave Master: At one point, Julia faces off an especially perverted member of the Six Guard who tries to submit her to Defeat by Modesty by using his powers to blow apart her clothing. Julia's response is to rip off the remains of her own bra to prove the point that modesty will not defeat her. She then proceeds to kick his ass with no regard to her nudity.
  • Alice of R.O.D the TV suddenly and nonchalantly strips naked to avoid getting her clothes wet, much to Drake's dismay.
  • Shimoneta: In her Blue Snow persona, Ayame only wears a sheet with nothing under it and a pair of panties as a mask. Justified in that her lack of clothes makes the police unwilling to touch her, because if she winds up exposed they'd be breaking even more obscenity laws.
  • Chocolate Misu in Sorcerer Hunters, much to the chagrin of her more conservative younger sister and the object of her desires.
  • Blair, the shapeshifting cat from Soul Eater. Soon after Soul trashed her place and ate one of her souls (by mistake), she started living in his and Maka's place, and she's been a perpetual tease ever since: not afraid to crawl up to a snoozing Soul in the nude or to "accidentally" drop the towel she was wearing in front of the entire gang when they first come over. She also works nights at the cabaret frequented by Maka's father.
  • Soul Hunter: Dakki is proud of her beauty and have no qualms providing fanservice. She actually exploit it in various occasions. She even strikes sexy poses to give a power boost to her Mind Control magic weapon.
  • Holo of Spice and Wolf has absolutely no problem with other people seeing her naked — her first conversation with Lawrence, famously, was conducted entirely with her completely nude, and he was much more unnerved than her. Justified, since she's actually a wolf — when she runs around all the time in her fur, why should she care if people see her human skin? She prefers to wear clothing most of the time, though, since it's much colder without her fur.
  • Sword Art Online: When Quinella achieves godhood, she discards her clothing, saying since she's now unstoppable, she doesn't need it anymore.
  • Maria, being a succubus, likes to tease Basara a lot in The Testament of Sister New Devil.
  • Yuusaku in Toradora!. One episode featured him nonchalantly walking into a room, in full view of the three main girls, with nothing covering him except a handtowel. He excuses himself saying he didn't know there were women in the room, but couldn't be less ashamed.
  • To Love-Ru:
    • Momo Belia Deviluke. She is more than willing to step into the bathtub with Rito, wake him up straddling him half-dressed, etc.
    • Mea doesn't show any kind of embarrassment or shame, not even when her clothes got ripped off. She instead prefers to get caught in awkward and/or sexual experiences, showing a sadomasochistic side.
  • Uchi no Musume ni Te o Dasu na!: Whenever Mei is disguised as Honey, all she wears are her latex mask, elbow-length gloves, and thigh-high stiletto heeled boots. The rest of her is completely bare and she isn't bothered by anyone seeing her that way.
  • Mizore Yukihiro of UQ Holder! as no problem being televised racing in a skimpy swimsuit that can easily come off. She also mentioned that she would have preferred wearing a Naked Apron when she has to replace it with one of Touta's shirts.
  • Mio in Waiting in the Summer is a deconstruction of this trope — having been raised as a nudist her whole life she was never raised with a nudity taboo. However, instead of having the standard effect on her personality it actually causes her a lot of self-confidence problems — she's convinced that she's a weirdo in comparison to everyone else. She still doesn't wear clothing around the house, can't sleep with clothes on (even in group situations), and can't remember to wear underwear, but altogether she's humiliated by the fact that she's a "weird nudist" more than anything else. Ironically, or perhaps part of the deconstruction, she wears fairly conservative outfits for the most part (even going so far as to wear a hooded sweatshirt to the pool), and is the first anime and manga character on this list to actually call themselves a nudist, instead of just randomly deciding not to wear clothes when fanservice calls for it.
  • Ryuuko Kounuma from Wolf Guy - Wolfen Crest. Not only doesn't seem to mind being nude in front of Inugami, but also not so much about masturbating in his proximity.

    Comic Books 
  • In an issue of Batman and the Outsiders, Cassandra Cain moves in with Grace and Anissa, and gets a glass of orange juice while completely naked, simply because she doesn't bother. Grace remarks "I didn't know the Bat-crowd was clothing-optional", while Anissa observes "she has so many scars..."
  • In the graphic novel Bikini Cowboy, Whisky Jill has no qualms with bathing topless in front of young Rod McCloud.
  • In the Den series, any woman coming from Earth to Neverwhere typically becomes this: buck naked, buxom and happy to be that way in a Sword & Sorcery world with National Geographic Nudity.
  • So is Magical Native American Rainmaker in Gen¹³, which is fitting seeing how she's an expy of Storm.
  • The title character in Lady S has absolutely no problem escaping a house in her underwear. She once had to climb a roof, and removed her dress because it wasn't practical, rather than tearing it.
  • Catman from Secret Six is a Rare Male Example, since he frequently winds up naked and knows why it makes people uncomfortable, he simply doesn't give a shit, which ties into his semi-feral personality.
  • Every female character in Tarot: Witch of the Black Rose.
  • Starfire is like this in the original Teen Titans comics. In the 2011 reboot, she's more of a Ms. Fanservice with an extreme dosage of Ethical Slut.
  • Reka in The Secret History is frequently naked and knows exactly what effect she has on men.
  • On the cover of one issue of Billy, which is the R rated Norwegian variation of Beetle Bailey, Miss Buxley's topless at the beach.
  • Superlópez: Actress Valerie Astro from La gran superproducción. Apparently she gets typecast in roles that require her to show her body and she's grown used to it, to the point that she actually finds having to act dressed insulting.
  • X-Men: Emma Frost uses her sexuality and good looks as a tool and status symbol. Her costumes are deliberately Stripperiffic and she scoffs at anyone who questions them.
  • Vampirella: While she's sometimes depicted as not being aware of human conventions, being an alien from a planet of vampires, Vampirella is usually shown to be fully aware of how her costume is perceived by those around her. She doesn't care, since it allows her to use her sexuality as a weapon.

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  • In Wild Arms: The Dee Legacy, Anne Hardin simply has more important concerns than modesty, bathing and changing whenever she needs to, although she has a good deal of awareness when someone is paying more attention when necessary.
  • In Teal'c's Wish, after Willow vanishes all of SG1's clothing, only Vala and Teal'c aren't bothered. Vala poses and tells the guards to "enjoy the free show" whereas Teal'c simply doesn't care.
  • In Child of the Storm, Betsy Braddock seems to have an element of this, since she's perfectly happy to drop her clothes in front of Peter Wisdom - the first time to test him, since she couldn't get a psychic read on him (his reaction was largely boredom), the second time to annoy him (which succeeded). She's also an Ethical Slut, Fandral admiringly referring to her as a 'woman of the world' after having one afternoon stand with her.
  • In Crush, Superman offhandedly mentions that all Kryptonians (at least those with superpowers) think nothing of being seen naked or seeing others naked because if they don't concentrate, their eyes shift through the various spectrum. As a result, they see everyone naked several times a day, including each other.
  • In Emergence, after they find Yang, Sam hands her some clothes to replace her tattered and filthy ones. She changes right in front of them. He gets scared and shields his eyes, thinking she'll beat him up, but Ruby explains that Yang doesn't care what anybody sees.
  • In A Minor Miscalculation, Ryuko undergoes the shift from Reluctant Fanservice Girl to this during a six month Time Skip. With no more inhibitions about being exposed, she rarely sees a problem with showering or changing in front of people, though she acknowledges times when it logically might be inappropriate.
  • In Off The Line while Rainstorm admits he still hates his Stripperific armor that he's cursed to wear, he is no longer bothered by it anymore and no longer cares if he's half-naked around people.
  • In White, most Hollows don't react much to their nudity upon transforming into Arrancars, largely due to having spent decades if not centuries without having any sex drive or even genitals.
  • All of Team 7 reach this point in Team 7's Ascension: Blood Wings out of sheer necessity, such as needing some way to stay reasonably clean in an area where the only source of water is Naruto's jutsu. After a few weeks, they think nothing of showering together to save time.
  • Nii Yugito in Kitsune no Ken: Fist of the Fox has no qualms about showing off her nudity; in fact, when Hinata walks into her hotel suite and finds Yugito bathing in an artificial waterfall on the balcony, Yugito's only response is to ask, with an amused smirk, whether Hinata liked the view. Yugito later admits to Itachi that she deliberately let Hinata see her in that position, to shock the prim-and-proper younger woman.
  • Bait and Switch (STO): We see a few times that Kanril Eleya prefers to sleep in the nude, which usually isn't sexualized. When Franklin Drake complains about it in Didn't Expect That (after breaking into her quarters while she's sleeping to talk to her, as Section 31 agents are wont to do), she retorts, "I happen to like having nothing but my man with me in bed, not that it's any of your business, ye'phekk maktal kosst amojan."
  • Jennifer Black in Princess of the Blacks doesn't remotely care who sees her naked; only logical given that she's a former child prostitute. Cedric Diggory notes that as the prefect bathroom is communal bathing, new prefects generally wear towels into the bath but eventually stop bothering. Jen walks in nude without a care in the world.
  • Like Jennifer Black, the protagonist of The Rival Prefects Trilogy has no qualms about being nude around other people. In this case, it's because he's an Author Avatar and the author is a nudist.
  • Beast Queen in One Punch Man: Hero's Harem exercises topless and bathes nude under the spray of a fire hydrant. When questioned about it, she explains that being covered in fur makes exercise hot enough without wearing clothes on top of it and she's too large to fit in the apartment's shower.

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    Films — Live-Action 
  • Delly from Night Moves shows little restraint in whipping her clothes off in front of much older men; it's suggested that her mother inspires such behavior.
  • The European exchange student from Not Another Teen Movie. People notice, but reactions are comedic or nonexistent. One girl who's also completely naked complains that they have the same outfit.
  • Trash from The Return of the Living Dead likes hanging out at graveyards naked, and the idea of asking anybody for something to wear does not occur to her for the rest of the movie. She does grab someone's vest when the Trioxin-tainted rain starts to fall, but in that case her concern is protection instead of modesty. She never does find any pants.
  • Ulla from The Producers auditions with a song she wrote herself: "When You've Got It, Flaunt It". And she's got it.
    Clothes may make the man / All a girl needs is a tan / When you've got it, let it hang out!
  • In Lara Croft: Tomb Raider and its sequel, Lara is made out to be something of this. In the first film, Lara is offered a dress by her butler as she steps out of the shower. She tosses the towel she has wrapped around her aside in indignation, giving us a moment of Toplessness from the Back.
  • A defining example of this trope in film is the nude biker (Gilda Texter) in Vanishing Point (1971).
  • Mystique from the X-Men Film Series does not give a damn about the implications of being naked all the time. It helps that her privates are naturally covered by blue scales and she probably doesn't feel the cold. It also helps that she can shapeshift the appearance of clothes onto herself when impersonating others, so actual clothing would be an impediment.
    • The actress playing Mystique, Rebecca Romijn, wasn't wearing much more than blue paint and prosthetic appliques but she said she didn't feel at all naked - though she admitted she sure looked naked.
    • The funny thing is, Jennifer Lawrence, who plays the younger Mystique, has said the opposite, that she feels very uncomfortable playing Mystique, as she does feel naked on-set with everyone seeing everything.
  • Lou, Julie Warner's character in Doc Hollywood, who first meets Ben (Michael J Fox) when she's skinnydipping in a lake and he's asleep next it, wrapped in her towel. He wakes up to see her walking naked out of the lake towards him, wringing out her hair.
    Lou: [stops in front of him] Hello.
    Ben: Uh...hi. Good morning. [Embarrassed laugh. She stands there looking at him patiently.]
    Lou: Is somethin' wrong?
    Ben: Uh, no. No. [by way of explaining] I'm a doctor.
    Lou: Yeah, I know who you are.
    Ben: {After a long moment he gives a start and hands her her towel. She ignores it and starts putting on her shirt.] Hey, you want this?
    Lou: If you're a doctor I ain't got nothin' you haven't seen before. [walks away]
  • In Diamonds Are Forever, Tiffany Case lampshades this in her first scene, saying she doesn't bother to dress for the hired help.
  • In the first Underworld movie, there is a very subtle suggestion that Selene may have Shameless Fanservice Girl tendencies, at least during her offscreen, non-Lycan-hunting hours. The vampire boss Kraven orders pretty blonde vampire Erika, to get Selene dressed and ready for the party tonight. Shortly thereafter, Erika enters Selene’s room to bring her the party dress she selected. Erika says, “Oh yes. You should wear this one. It’s perfect.” …And holds up a completely see-through black dress. The suggestion being, that either Selene would have no qualms about wearing a nearly nude transparent gown – or at least – Erika would like to see Selene wear it.
  • In 1915 film Hypocrites the character of the Naked Truth is portrayed by a nude actress. The Naked Truth, being a supernatural entity who is visiting mortals to show them their hypocrisies, is pretty unconcerned about being naked.
  • Delores Purdy in In the Heat of the Night has a routine of parading around her kitchen in the nude to get her kicks.
  • In How to Beat the High Co$t of Living, Elaine performs an impromptu striptease at a shopping mall to distract the crowd and security from the ongoing heist.
  • The late Wendy Richards in Prom Night (1980).
  • In the Skinemax softcore movie Girl for Girl, Sara lies out on a rubber raft naked in a swimming pool and she also wears just her panties and an unbuttoned shirt while talking to a guy in the kitchen and putting food in the refrigerator.
  • In The Seduction, Jamie Douglas' nightly routine involves swimming in her pool naked and she sleeps in the nude.
  • In the French softcore film Burning Snow, shapely blonde Lorna performs an impromptu striptease at an Alpine ski resort's restaurant; it gets all the other patrons so hot and bothered that an orgy ensues.
  • The Girl in the Ferarri in National Lampoon's Vacation certainly qualifies as one.
  • The late Judith Myers in Halloween (1978).NSFW
  • The Garden of the Finzi-Continis: When Micol catches Giorgio peeping at her through a window, she deliberately exposes her breasts.
  • Bring It On has a One-Scene Wonder girl trying out for the cheerleading squad by giving a sexy performance to Cherry Pie by Warrant. Male cheerleader Jan loves it so much he falls out of his chair.
  • Friday the 13th (1980): The late Brenda Jones suggested that she, Bill and Alice play strip Monopoly. Brenda was down to her bra and panties when she remembered that she left her cabin windows open during a storm and she didn't get dressed.

  • A bizarre twist on this trope occurs in Isaac Asimov's novel The Naked Sun. The Solarians, humans on a sparsely-populated colony world where they usually live alone on vast estates with thousands of robot servants, have become extreme misanthropes. They can barely tolerate physical proximity to other human beings. However, they make extensive use of telepresence videoconferencing ("viewing") to communicate. When Elijah Baley, a detective from Earth investigating a murder, first interviews the victim's wife it is via such means and she casually talks to him naked having just come out of her bath. Because he is only viewing her, not actually seeing her (i.e. in-person), she sees nothing wrong with being naked on a video call and is confused by Elijah's discomfort. However, like any other Solarian, she would find it extremely uncomfortable to be in the actual presence of another person, even if she were fully-clothed (although she is nowhere near as phobic about it as most of her people).
  • The Deuteragonist and main love interest in Zero Sight is one. It's the only reason the main protagonist is an Accidental Pervert. At one point she even gives tries to give him a photo of her nude, as reward for collecting the negatives and all copies of said photo. When he refuses she asks him if there is something wrong with the focus and shoves it in his face so he can take a better look.
  • The Hunger Games: Johanna Mason, usually combined with Naked People Are Funny, playing on the awkwardness or absurdity of the situation.
  • Vampirocracy criss-crosses between this and Innocent Fanservice Girl with Rosie, a member of Amy's coven. She strips down to cast a spell with the coven on Leon, but that's just how she's most comfortable performing magic. She's fully aware of Leon's reaction, though.
  • The titular protagonist of the Mercy Thompson series. As a long-time shape-shifter, Mercy doesn't mind being seen nude by those who are familiar with shapechangers, but she'll make a conscious effort to keep herself covered in front of those who might misinterpret her casual nudity as casual sexuality.
    • Also many of the werewolves in the series can fit this trope as well.
  • The Alphas in The Dresden Files quickly lose their nudity taboos, since they operate in groups and their Shapeshifter Baggage doesn't include clothing. Harry, however, finds it a bit distracting — not least because they're all quite a bit better built than he at the time.
  • In Pierre Bottero's Gwendalavir Universe, such character are quite prominent. Whether if it was the Author's own appeal or if he personally wanted to make a point about body image is up to debate.
    • Ellana from Ewilan's Quest has no qualms about showing her body, although being a Marchombre ("Shadow Walker", but read "Leather clad Ninja") with a thinly musculated, nigh-perfect body likely helps a little.
      • It is explained in her dedicated Prequel trilogy that she got this from her Master Jilano. When he teaches her how to swim, he removes all of his clothes, much to teenage Ellana's embarrassment. Amused, he reassures her : He takes no pleasure in exhibiting, but isn't ashamed of his body. Again, Marchombre, perfect dancer-acrobat-like finely-muscled body, etc. Ellana quickly doesn't care anymore.
    • Salim starts with an usual Europe-standards nudity taboo. Then he learns how to turn into a wolf, but it makes his clothes completely vanish every time. He gets some times as Reluctant Fanservice Boy, but Ellana's influence eventually helps him get rid of this. note 
    • Several bathing scenes also occur in the two first trilogies.
    • Nawel, from The Crossed Souls, joins the Armours' Cast, who are the Elite warriors who protect the City from serious threats. They all live together in a Spartan Style, and use common baths and showers. A few chapters hint how Nawel gradually loses her prudery, to the point that upon putting her armour on for the first time, she doesn't really care anymore about unclothing fully in the middle of the Armour's Casern, in front of her mentor and her childhood friend. Once again, it's clearly stated that she likes the body she's obtained through training, and although Nawel never got to know Ellana, one of her teachers was both a Cool Old Lady and a Lovable Sex Maniac.
  • In A Song of Ice and Fire, Daenerys may or may not have had a nudity taboo at some point, but due to her assimilation into Dothraki culture it's certainly gone by the end of the first novel. She regularly has sex with Khal Drogo in front of the entire khalasar without any shame.

    Live-Action TV 
  • Olivia Munn shows the attitude of this trope in a video from Attack of the Show!.
  • We had Karina in "The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr." episode "Bye Bly". She is a naked time traveler from the future. She travels naked because it's easier for the process. Though she appeared to have no problem being seen naked by Brisco and his friends, she does cover up when she realizes Brisco found her nudity distracting. Of course the only piece of clothing she wears throughout the episode is a blazer.
  • The infamous Australian soap opera Number 96 had Miss. Hemmingway, a compulsive nudist who was in therapy to try and cure her dysfunction. She often "appeared" in the lobby of the resident psychiatrist character's office.
  • Zhaan from Farscape belongs to a species with no nudity taboo. She does wear clothes most of the time, though it's used for Fanservice at least once. She knows exactly how other life forms are likely to react to her nudity. Including Squick in case of the non-humanoid Rygel.
    • No love for Chiana? While she doesn't engage in recreational nudity as frequently as Zhaan, she shows very little concern about her shipmates seeing her in the buff (or even watching her having sex with D'argo, for that matter).
  • Cameron from Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. As a Terminator she's utterly nonchalant about how little she wears or who sees her. On the other hand she's acutely aware of the reactions others have to her body and is definitely not above using them.
  • Spartacus: Blood and Sand has characters such as Lucretia and Ilithyia, who bring this into play whenever they can. Note that actual upper class Roman matrons were expected to be fairly conservative in their attire. But as seduction is an important part of their arsenal they often take some liberties.
    • Dialogue between Lucretia and Ilithyia indicates they both rebel, to certain extents, against expectations of "proper Roman women."
  • There was a variation of this on Cheers, one who never appeared on screen. In a sub-plot to the season four finale, Norm mentioned how his wife's sister Donna, who he described as an "oversexed exhibitionist" was visiting, and how he was afraid she was flirting with him, describing how she was rather... liberal around him. (As it turned out, she was harmless.)
  • In Season 4 of The Vampire Diaries Elena displays this behaviour when she loses her humanity, walking completely naked in front of the Salvatore brothers and Caroline.
  • On Teen Wolf Malia doesn't care about Stiles walking in on her showering.
  • Marilyn McCook from Too Many Cooks, who when she catches Chris spying on her changing, just puts down her top and smirks; she's later seen playing Pictionary topless with Darren, Chloe, Armondo, Olivia, and Taylor.
  • Corner Gas episode "Spin Cycle" focuses on the town having a nude calendar for charity. Two of the main characters (Wanda and Karen) have absolutely no qualms about stripping nude on the spot if asked about the calendar (which causes another main character, Lacey, to frantically cover her eyes and start yelling "Please Put Some Clothes On"). This leads to Naked People Are Funny when Lacey overcomes her prudishness and decides to be part of the calendar after all, and strips nude in front of who she thinks is the cameraman, but is just a customer of her diner.
  • Melissa in the Seinfeld episode "The Apology" is very comfortable walking around naked.
  • In the "Taming of the Wolf" episode of Doctor In Charge, at the Medical Ball, Emma gets up one of the tables and perfoms a striptease.
  • Chloe from Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23. She's barely in the pilot for two scenes before casually walking into the kitchen and surprising June with her (pixellated) naked body.
  • Million Yen Women: Minami doesn't wear clothes inside the house. It makes Midori uncomfortable, but she couldn't care less.
  • Charity on Passions displays this behavior when she gets up on the table at the ski lodge club and performs this striptease.
  • The reporter in this news report on Haulover nude beach wears a thong bikini and she takes off her top at the beginning of the segment.

  • Halestorm's "I Get Off" is about the female speaker getting off on showing off for a peeping tom. (More metaphorically, it's about Lzzy Hale's enjoyment of performing for the public.)


    Pro Wrestling 
  • WWE Diva Miss Kitty (aka The Kat), whose entire existence seemed to revolve around her desire to be naked. She did a nude scene at WrestleMania 2000, flashed the audience after she became Women's Champion and tried to combat Right to Censor with her own Right to Nudity.
  • Candice Michelle has stated that she is more than comfortable being naked. Which should be evident since she's done softcore porn and posed for Playboy twice.
  • WWE Diva Kelly Kelly, when she first appeared on the relaunched version of ECW in 2006, she had the persona of an exhibitionist.

  • The US men's gymnastics team embraced this trope in recent years, including photos of the team members lounging on the beach in Rio in all their muscular glory. This is largely because gymnastics is one of the few sports where men receive far less attention (and less endorsement deals) than women, so the guys use fanservice to make up the difference. It helps that male Olympic gymnasts are usually adults while the ladies are still teenagersnote , thus the men are able to be sexualized without nearly as much controversy.

    Tabletop Game 
  • In Rocket Age Martian Julandri courtesans, both men and women, aren't so much shameless, as culturally trained with different social norms. They are aware of the reaction Earthlings have to their revealing or potentially non-existent attire, but they often don't see that as enough of a reason to change. Remember that Rocket Age is set in the 1930s...
  • Werewolf: The Forsaken: Most werewolves grow up in human society before their First Change, so they obviously know about the naked taboo. However, after it, their mindset becomes more wolf-like, and as a result they often grow to care less about it.

  • In the musical version of The Producers, Ulla composes and performs a song all about this trope, appropriately named, "When You Got It, Flaunt It," explaining that if a girl wants to get ahead in show business, she has to be one of these. Ulla definitely isn't shy about wearing revealing, attractive clothing, or seducing Leo. Oddly, this is also given a dash of Innocent Fanservice Girl, in that Ulla genuinely doesn't seem to have a clue that Max is attracted to her (and is being rather crass about it, for that matter), and her nature isn't that of The Vamp, but of a good-natured space cadet.

    Video Games 
  • Catwoman from the Batman: Arkham Series is quite slutty with her lines and fighting style. A lot of her moves involve kissing enemies for no good reason.
  • Fatal Fury/The King of Fighters: Mai's character design was fanservicey to begin with, but KOF flanderized her to the point where she literally fights half naked. In most games, neither she or any of her opponents seem to mind it. But XIII finally subverts it by having the majority of the cast point out the indecency of what little she's wearing. Mai's reaction ranges from trying to explain that it's the traditional garb worn by the women of the Shiranui Ninja Clan, to being insulted.
  • Fate/EXTRA
  • Aversa in Fire Emblem Awakening, with her revealing take on the Dark Flier costume and her sultry personality. She keeps all of this if the player gets her to pull a Heel–Face Turn.
  • In Mortal Kombat, sexy outfits seem to be a dress code for female warriors working for Shao Khan; with Mileena, however, it crosses into an exhibitionist attitude. A picture of Mileena appeared in Playboy.
  • Shadow Rise in Persona 4 is a rare Played for Drama example. First, an explanation; a persons "Shadow" represent their true feelings and take the anthromorphic form of said feelings but warped and turned Up to Eleven. They exist in the TV World but appear in the real world on the Midnight Channel, a strange TV Channel that only appears exactly at Midnight on a rainy day. Got that? Good. Now Rise's desire is for people to look past "Risette", her cutesy idol Personality and "see the real her". As a result of the aforementioned Up to Eleven warped desire nature of Shadows, Shadow Rise is a scantily clad Attention Whore who interprets Rise's desire of showing "the real her" as showing everyone her naked body. Shadow Rise gleefully announces on the Midnight Channel, her intention to strip naked and expose herself to everyone. Rise is understandingly horrified, not only because the Shadow is psychologically torturing her at the same time as all this, but for the obvious reason of she's an Idol Singer, an underage one at that, and someone with her body is about strip naked on live TV. Rise is essentially being Forced to Watch her own Shameful Strip. It would not only undoubtedly cause a huge nationwide scandal, it would mark the end of her idol career, and god only knows what it would do to her personal life. Thankfully Rise utterly rejects her shadow which causes it to go berserk, leading it to be fought and defeated before anything was exposed. It's later revealed that the public believed Shadow Rise was just a lookalike, as no one believed the real Rise would get naked on TV.
    • However, going by the other Shadows more literal Up to Eleven nature, along with some in-game moments such as her happily flaunting her body in a school swimsuit competition, it's possible that Rise herself does have some of this trope in her. Maybe not to the "exhibitionist" level of her Shadow, but she's definitely not ashamed to wear revealing items in public.
  • Senran Kagura:
    • Ryōna is this in spades, because of her masochistic tendencies. There are even moments where her fetish fueled antics border Nightmare Fuel territory.
    • Renka also seems eager to have any excuse to take off her clothes. Her sisters usually stop her.
  • Lucy in Whacked! goes around in nothing but gloves and boots, censored by the game show itself with some persistent Censor Boxes. In her audition, she planned to appeal to a male demographic by originally wearing a dark blue dress but then decided to take "less is more" to its logical conclusion and took it off. She goes into probably-lethal arena combat like this, we might add.
  • In The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Link can go on much of his quest wearing nothing but boxer briefs. Not only is he completely unconcerned by any and all NPCs' reactions to this (which range from appreciative to appalled), he'll even take some time to admire himself if left idle. This is a rare male example.
  • Judith from Tales of Vesperia wears very skimpy clothing and frequently boasts about having a sexy body, and on the hot springs, the idea of the men seeing her naked didn't seem to bother her. In fact, her large picture in skits is her purposely leaning over so that the men could look down her cleavage.
  • In League of Legends, Nidalee's frequent "mating season" jokes may indicate that she releshes in her sexuality and is more than happy to sleep with many men.

    Visual Novels 

    Web Animation 
  • Deliberately invoked with the Whites in Lucky Day Forever to show how inhuman they are in comparison to the Proles.

    Web Comics 
  • Ayuri: Kay feels the need to buy clothing when she finds she doesn't have any, but doesn't mind doing so naked.
  • Erica in SwordCat Princess strips for fellow officer Nicky while on duty, and then forgets that she was even wearing panties (in the page preceding this one of Nicky keeping the underwear as a memento); she later shocks her co-workers by whipping off her hospital gown to dress while they're still in the room at the end of this scene.
  • Guenevere in Arthur, King of Time and Space. Her family is naturist and she tends not to wear clothes if she doesn't have to (and Paul can keep the art worksafe).
  • El Goonish Shive. Grace progresses from Innocent Fanservice Girl to this after realizing her preference for nudity has sexual connotations to most people. She still doesn't agree with humankind's nudity taboo, but can fake it well enough to get along with people. After Sarah gets voluntarily turned into a Cat Girl in one of the newspaper arcs, she realizes that Grace has a point: clothing does feel weird when you're already covered in fur.
  • Sarine from Errant Story has this attitude, though it doesn't come up very often given the setting. Jon ogles her while she bathes and she is clearly not embarrassed, though she is annoyed at the interruption.
  • Girl Genius
    • Zeetha. After being accidentally stripped down to her very short leather bikini, she doesn't bother to search for clothes for dozens of pages.
    • Lucrezia. She removed her dress, just because she's more interested in looking at her new body than she is in modesty. At this point, she wears quite modest underwear, but someone else would be ashamed of being in these clothes in front of a guy. It's heavily implied in the novel that Lucrezia is actually going completely naked in those scenes, but that they could only "write" about that, not show it.
  • Ménage à 3 has Matt and Senna for male and transgender variants of the trope. Both are professional lingerie models and hence required to have limited nudity taboos, but both of them are also habitual seducers who are happy to exploit their looks to the full. Matt is fairly good-natured about this, if a bit of a bastard in his love life, but Senna is melodramatically vain and catty. As the comic itself is relaxed about depicting nudity, both provide plenty of fanservice for the readers.
  • Cammi of Sandra on the Rocks doesn't seem to give a damn. She does enjoy winding her boss Zoé up, with gratuitous nudity as well as with her casual affair with Domenico, Zoé's ex-husband and the owner of the company. Apparently, she's just so good a chauffeur that her job is safe regardless.
  • Aisha from Slimy Thief. She's an elf and elves aren't ashamed of being seen nude. When her human friend Azamat accidentally walks in on her taking a steam bath she tells him she doesn't mind if he looks just as long as he stops staring at her so creepily.
  • Vampire Cheerleaders: Suki has no problem with others seeing her naked.
  • Super MILF from Spinnerette has immense breasts, and she is well aware that they draw attention (which she enjoys). To a lesser extent, the same is true of Greta Gravity, who gained this in the process of accepting her new body shape that came with her enhanced powers.
  • In Sword Princess Amaltea, Amaltea and Ossian found a nice river and, since they have no money to pay an inn, Amaltea strips right there to take a dip. Thanks to women being "males" in this story, Amaltea's behavior is like of any teenager boy, and when Ossian freaks out, she just tells him to turn around if he's that prude.
  • Larisa from Sandra and Woo had no problem when she accidentally sent a nude pic to over 60 million people. There is a reason for this.

    Web Original 
  • This is the whole idea behind the Naked Vlog trend on YouTube.
  • Faun Muranaka of Tasakeru. Her whole species tends to be like this.
  • "Sunglasses" from the Creamsicle meme has an ambiguous black band around her chest which can be interpreted as a skimpy top or a censor bar. In the latter case, it suggests casual toplessness.
  • The Try Guys seem all too comfortable in getting naked (or near-naked) to demonstrate sexy costumes, modeling, stripping, and so on. After Zach does an impression of how Keith takes his shirt off during shoots during a talent show, one of their co-workers at Buzzfeed noted she was "disturbed" by how much they get naked around each other for them to know so much about how the others get undressed.
  • Mythcreants favors this trope over Innocent Fanservice Girl because Shameless Fanservice Girls actually want to give fanservice, rather than being forced into it.

    Western Animation 
  • The nudist Campbell family from Family Guy somehow go nude in public without more serious repercussions than their son getting bullied. They either ignore or fail to notice how disconcerting Peter and Lois initially find their nudity, and since nobody asks them politely to get dressed, it's hard to tell which.
  • The cast of Futurama tend to bounce around this. In some episodes, public nudity is completely normal, while in others, you can be arrested for streaking. Hilariously, the most common offender is Professor Farnsworth.
  • There was a Simpsons Treehouse of Horror segment which featured a Swedish Crossing Guard that was naked except for gloves and a hat.

    Real Life 
  • This trope is the "other half" of how Nudism is portrayed in the media, used less often than the Innocent Fanservice Girl variation — ironic, due to this tropes being technically speaking a more realistic approximation of nudist beliefs.
  • Terri Sue Webb from Bend, Oregon was about as close as you can get to this in real life — she's a militant nudist, part of "The Freedom to be Yourself" campaign, which contends that indecent exposure laws are racist against humans. She stopped wearing clothing sometime in 2001, but kept living her life as normal. Unlike in fiction, she was promptly arrested multiple times, her prison sentences extended due to her refusing to wear clothing in jail, and a judge threw her in an institution, using a legal technicality to prevent her from ever leaving. She was released on appeal in 2003, and has apparently toned things down since then per the advice of several nudist groups in the US.note 
  • Reportedly, Joan of Arc decided it would be a bit pointless to worry much about modesty while traveling with the French army, and was therefore frequently at least topless in front of them while getting in and out of her armor. Soldiers later testified that they felt no desire for her; whether this meant that she wasn't very attractive or that they did not want to admit to sexual desire for someone who was beloved to the point of worship (or just had other things on their mind entirely) is up for debate. Manners and habits were really different in medieval Europe, people were far more comfortable being nude around relatives and servants, or in certain circumstances (such as going bare-naked to the bathhouse from your house). This still led to accusations that she had lost her virginity, though at her trial it was proven otherwise with an examination.
  • Inverted in Among the White Moon Faces: An Asian-American Memoir of Homelands (1996, pp. 142-146, 149) by Shirley Geok-lin Lim. While searching for an ideal roommate, she accepts an offer from Jason and Brenda Clinken, a nudist couple, and finds their nudity off-putting.note 
    "Their nakedness was intrusive." — page 143
    "May I say something to you? You can't get too prudish with us. You know, a pussy is a pussy. It doesn't mean anything." — Brenda, to Shirley, page 146
  • Several (warm climate areas) have nudist colonies and/or clothing-optional beaches where pretty much everybody is in the buff and doesn't see a big deal about it.
  • It was revealed that sportscaster Erin Andrews is one when she was secretly videotaped by a stalker in two different hotel rooms. In her personal life, Ms. Andrews practices casual nudity and the video, which has since gone viral shows her ritual of ironing and curling her hair in the nude.
  • Cindy Crawford has practiced casual toplessness, as shown by some paparazzi photos of her that were taken while she was at the beach and at the pool .
  • Newsanchor Wendy Rieger once mentioned that in the summer, she drives home from work in the nude and then goes for a swim:
    "You shed the city and lots of other things during the drive. By the time I see that water, I'm good."
  • Playboy Playmate and Baywatch star Marliece Andrada admits that she's "allergic" to clothes at home in her March 1998 pictorial:
    "I hate clothes. As soon as I get home everyday I take off as many clothes as possible. Am I an exhibitionist? It depends on your definition. Maybe I'm just sexy and relaxed."
  • During filming of Life of Brian in Tunisia, Graham Chapman, who was a licensed medical doctor, would allow the locals into his accommodations for free medical advice since many of them were too poor to afford a doctor in the normal course of events. His partner, David Sherlock, would occasionally wander through in the nude.
  • All the beaches on the German island of Sylt, in the Baltic, are specifically reserved for nudists ONLY; nakedness is compulsory and anyone seen wearing clothes will be told to leave. The authorities believe that this is the only way to protect sunbathers from harassment by "gawpers" and disapproving moralists.
  • Ursula Andress has said that she doesn't mind being naked in front of people, which is why so many of her films feature her nude or scantily clad.
    "I have no problem with nudity. I can look at myself. I like walking around nude. It doesn't bother me. I see all the people walking around nude; it doesn't bother me."
  • Following the Brexit referendum in 2016, British economist Victoria Bateman staged a number of naked protests based on the premise that "Brexit leaves Britain naked" i.e. vulnerable. One of these protests involved her attending a meeting with fellow economists in the nude (none of whom commented on the nudity). She explained that she saw this as a feminist act since she believes that women should be able to wear as much or as little as they like. In January 2019, she expanded on the "Brexit leaves Britain naked" theme by delivering a naked lecture on Brexit at Cambridge and having audience members sign her body afterwards.

Alternative Title(s): Shameless Fanservice Guy


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