'See the tribes that doesn’t wear clothes up till now

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Only a few tribes still go without garments despite civilisation. This was the standard in the recent past, but it is swiftly fading for a variety of reasons, the most significant of which being the rapid infiltration of modern customs into the way of life of ancient cultures.

It will be a loss to humanity if this diversity is lost. Because it is a part of our collective human past, we should appreciate it.

Photographs taken by contemporary anthropologists and sociologists who visited these civilizations were included. These photos do a good job of demonstrating cultural nuance.

They are not pornography, and they have no plans to become so. Don't go any further if you're offended by them or if you're not supposed to see them.

These photographs were donated by the Xingu tribe in the Brazilian Amazon. A loincloth is worn by men to cover their genitals. Women wear a thin vegetable fiber belt around their waist.

They wear anklets, bracelets, and necklaces in everyday life, and extravagant headdresses at festivals. Women shave their pubic hair.

There are also some photographs from the Huaorani tribe in the Ecuadorian and Peruvian Amazon. The tribe's traditional attire is nakedness.

A thin vegetable fiber belt is worn by the majority of adults around their waist. Men tuck their prepuce under their shirts to keep their manhood. Is keeping the manhood tucked proper etiquette?

These tribes doesn't wear clothes up till now, I don't see it as a wrong thing to do because, it's their believe and culture after all.

What are your thoughts and say in this?

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