Regulating the body in Chilean cyberspace
Mon, 22 Sep 2014 09:28:52 +0000
Last week, a friend here in Northern Chile posted on his Facebook wall a stylized drawing of a woman’s body with the words: “Don’t show your naked body on social networking sites. Gain the admiration and respect of your contacts and friends by showing your qualities as a person. What makes you sexy and beautiful […]Read more...
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