Naked For Glaciers

I don’t know how I missed this last year when it happened:

nude protesters on a glacier

You’re looking at a Spencer Tunick / Greenpeace collaboration, described here:

Artist Spencer Tunick and Greenpeace present a living sculpture: hundreds naked volunteers symbolise the vulnerability of the glaciers under climate change.

Spanking Sarcozy

Well, his butt is naked, and he’s protesting, so I guess this is close enough to naked protest. Although, to be fair, I think he’s protesting getting spanked:

French president sarkozy getting a spanking

This cute political cartoon found here at Spanking Blog.

Moons Rising For Bush

From here:

bare bottoms of people who hate bush

French Nude For PETA

Here’s a French version of the “I’d rather go naked” poster campaign, this one featuring Eva AngĂ©li:

Eva Angeli nude, for PETA

Bare Breasts At The Dyke March

A reader send these photos to me, identifying them as coming from the 2008 Dyke March in Toronto:

naked latinas with banner

pair of naked lesbian protesters

naked dykes protesting

pretty naked protester with pert breasts

Duct Tape For Publicity

Anti war protester figures duct tape is better than clothing, for getting on TV:

duct tape on breasts

Piss On The Riot Police…

…or at least, piss them off. That seems to be this woman’s plan:

woman squatting to pee behind some riot cops

Of course, this picture came to me without any attribution, so it could be from a movie or a spoof. There’s also no reason to suspect (beyond the presence of riot police, which is suggestive but hardly probative) that there’s any protest context to the picture.

One-Woman Naked Protest Against Harassment

You’ve got to admire this kind of courage:

An Israeli tourist who felt harassed when New Zealand road workers whistled at her Thursday stripped naked in response, police said.

Workmen in the small northern farming town of Kerikeri were repairing the main street when the young woman took offense at their attention.

On a balmy late-autumn day, she calmly stripped bare to use an ATM – bringing an abrupt halt to both the whistles and the road work – then put her clothes back on and walked away.

Sgt. Peter Masters said the woman told police she didn’t take kindly to the men’s wolf-whistles.

“She said she had thought ‘… I’ll show them what I’ve got,’ as the men whistled at her,” he said.

“She gave the explanation that she had been pestered by New Zealand men. She’s not an unattractive-looking lady,” he said.

Police treated the incident as a one-off.

“She was taken back to the police station and spoken to and told that was inappropriate (behavior) in New Zealand,” he added.

The woman was due to leave New Zealand later Thursday.