There are a few native tribes in Nigeria that have successfully resisted influence from the Western world. Despite being in the 21st century, these rural communities have managed to preserve their culture and continue to practice nudity. Meet the naked tribes of Nigeria:. These hill-dwelling people live in the Alantika Mountains , spanning the border between the southeast of Yola, the capital of Adamawa State in Nigeria, and Northern Cameroon. They were officially recognized as Nigerians in and now have 17 villages on the Nigerian side. Years later, the people of Koma have managed to exist outside of modern civilization.
Some models like to be controversial. It keeps them relevant and all the publicity usually helps propel their careers forward. Marisa Papen, for example, is no stranger to controversy. After doing a naked photoshoot in ancient Egyptian temples, she claims she was sent to jail. She shared the pictures of her African trip where she walked naked among the members of an isolated Ethiopian tribe, taken by Australian photographer Jesse Walker. But to me they are, what we once were. In touch with nature, a part of nature, immensely grateful and respectful towards it. They scar their bodies by making little cuts repetitively. Body painting is a long historical staple of the Surma tribe; by using pulverised minerals, they create drawings and patterns, something which Marisa tried out on her own body. Many argued that Marisa was being insensitive to the culture when she posed naked in Egypt, a historically Muslim country.
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