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Botswana: Is Bearing It All Still Part Of The African Culture? [View Photos]

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These  ladies are undoubtedly gorgeous. But should this near nudity display still be classified as part of African culture? What do you think? Drop your comments below

These pictures were taken during the Royal Reed Dance, a popular Zulu festival for the Southern African regions.

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These pictures were taken during the Royal Reed Dance, a popular Zulu festival for the Southern African regions.





 

These pretty ladies from Botswana may look gorgeous, but should this near nudity be classified as African culture? What do you think? Drop us a line.
Botswana young ladies in traditional gear.
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  1. There is nothing wrong with the tradition be it in the past or today. The owners of the culture still value it. Leg it continue.

  2. There is nothing with tradition, when a people uphold their culture it’s okay,comparing to westernization when women walk around with bikini is it not near nudity? No need to condemn this case in this case and we ourselves jebonelson@gmail.comare parading half naked

  3. We are tired with this bullshit! When done by whites it is considered fassion but when done by africans you guys start complaining about women’s rights, that they are humiliated, nonsense!
    Whites are walking with underwares today, completely naked and in those fassion shows, completely naked and in olympics dressed nudely, all that can be seen? Does ponography come from Swaziland or America? Stop lying to the mass, europeans and Americans walk more naked than those africans.

  4. This is certainly NOT taking place Botswana. Would the author kindly correct the heading. This culture is practised in SWAZILAND at a specific time period and for a very specific REASON. Most comments point fingers at the WESTERN CULTURES, where there are NUDITY BEACHES, NUDITY CELEBRATIONS, NUDITY BEACH PARTIES/ORGIES & everything nude about nudity

  5. Culture is a way of life of people living together in a geographical area, and so it should never be affected by modernization. Let it remain.

  6. There is nothing wrong with such a culture. It does not harm anyone and it is not imposed on anyone. Be that as it may, it would seem rather irresponsible that the editor did not check his facts before publishing this beautiful Swazi culture. BOTSWANA DOES NOT CONDUCT THE REED DANCE. Although I am sure there are some amongst our people who wish we did.

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