Cambridge University students have been criticised for posing naked around their university as part of a controversial 'Rear of the Year' competition. Five women and five men have been photographed from behind for the competition, which is decided by their peers voting online. One entrant, an Arabic student called Gwendoline, appears to be posing in her room at Sidney Sussex college. Another girl called Amber, who is reading Geography at Trinity Hall, is pictured next to a 'Keep off the grass' sign on college grounds. Russian police choir performs Get Lucky. Why men can show off their naked bottoms but women can't.
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It's no secret that many Germans are big into nudism. Some even like to wander naked through the forests on a summer's day. Even the threat of frostbite doesn't deter the diehards. Twenty-five men and women took part in a naked sledding race on Saturday wearing next to nothing. Wearing nothing but helmets, underpants and boots, 13 men and 12 women braved the cold on Saturday to take part in a nude snow-sledding race in the eastern German resort of Altenberg in the Ore Mountains. Local radio station RSA, which organized the spectacle, said some 5, people came to watch it.
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Hadaka Matsuri participants are strictly men. In Saidai-ji, the elementary school boys have a separate competition during the day, while the men compete at the stroke of midnight. Throughout the afternoon, groups of brave, loincloth-clad men race through the icy cold pool. This is the pre-game purification in order to prepare them for the competition ahead. The traditional garb for the Hadaka Matsuri is the white loincloth.