So here's this highly acclaimed motion picture about a pre-industrial tribe and its customs. Perhaps the film details this tribe's interactions with white folks, or takes place entirely before they arrive. It just so happens that in the culture displayed, the women wear very little clothing or walk around topless. But there's a part of you that can't help thinking the entire film is nothing but an excuse to have lots of people running around with few or no clothes on. The Trope Namer is National Geographic Magazine, which sometimes shows topless women when running an article on tribal cultures where the women don't customarily cover their breasts. The trope originally concerned innocent and rather tame nudist documentaries; when the nudists of the time successfully fought for the right to show nudity on the silver screen for nudist films under the justification that it wasn't sexual, filmmakers used the new loophole to make hundreds of B Movies using the setting to allow them to show flesh.
Skip to content. For generations of armchair adventurers and nature enthusiasts alike, National Geographic magazine has been essential reading. In its October issue, the magazine is celebrating its th anniversary and revisiting some of its most iconic photographs — that haunting image of a young Afghani refugee girl is on the cover. In a way, National Geographic's photo archives are also an archive of modern photography. As cameras became better and more compact, some previously impossible photos became possible. But, for a magazine that is now defined by it's dramatic photos, National Geographic's beginning was more visually modest, says Sarah Leen, the magazine's director of photography. It was started as a scientific journal that reported back from explorers and scientists that were sent out into the field," Leen said. The magazine didn't start using photographs until when an article fell through and the editors decided to fill the space with a set of images from Tibet.
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In , a woman appeared for the first time in the pages of National Geographic. The photograph shows a Zulu bride and groom looking directly into the camera, their hands clasped together. National Geographic would go on to build a reputation for bringing such striking images of people in global communities to US readers. New projects from National Geographic attempt to address this history while continuing to usher the magazine into a more inclusive and politically aware era. Of course, as photojournalist Lynsey Addario notes, women are not a monolith—and neither are the images they produce.