Monokini Exhibitionism, Civil Liberties and Nude Photography

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Monokini Exhibitionism, Civil Liberties and Nude Photography

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The sensational Monokini is one of the featured aspects of my e-book. Debuting in the mid-1960s, some of the Monokini bathing suits were entirely topless. In August 1966 Playboy was sued by model/actress/activist Jane Fonda. Fonda and her husband, French filmmaker Roger Vadim, had warned Playboy not to publish photos of the actress, that were unauthorized. When they went ahead anyway, they were sued in a New York courtroom for $17.5 million. The other sections of my e-book deal with U.S. Supreme Court cases, a photographer who murdered a model's lover, etc.

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