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July 29, 2003


LA Times examines the new

LA Times examines the new levels of public nudity that have become routine in our culture, and ubiquitous in LA. Pelvic bones and areas below belly buttons are all over the place. People's shorts have slogans printed on the butt, with words like "Lifeguard," "Gymnast," "UCLA" and, of course, "Juicy". From the article: "Where most short shorts cry "look at my butt" these are a bit more demanding: "Look at my butt," they say. "Are you still looking? Keep looking. OK, now check out the pelvic bones. And have a nice summer."

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