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A group of naked women have paraded through a city centre after ignoring warnings to keep their clothes on.
The group of about 20 strode to St Georges Terrace in the heart of Perth on Wednesday evening before proudly stripping off.
Many workers on their way home were shocked by the display, which turned out to be part of an art project.
20-odd nude participants commandeered the intersection of St George’s Terrace and Mills St in Perth for the photo shoot
The run was organised by boudoir studio Crooked Images as part of an ongoing series of group nude landscape shoots around Western Australia.
‘We usually get permission for this kind of shoot but after a long line of ‘no’s’ we just thought “f**k it” we don’t need permission for our own bodies,’ organiser Bessie Rugg said.
She said the studio conducted the shoots as part of its ongoing series geared at ‘denying the male patriarchy’s sexualisation of bodies and encouraging the participants to be confident and free in their form’.
‘We usually get permission for this kind of shoot but after a long line of ‘no’s’ we just thought “f**k it” we don’t need permission for our own bodies’ a Crooked Studios organiser said
The event attracted the attention off passersby and those still in offices when they took over the main road
The studio’s work aims to bolster ‘female and non-binary body representation and diversity’.
Photos of the event were shared online with some locals joking the photo shoot was unacceptable – because the women weren’t wearing masks.