Category:Female toplessness in Indonesia

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In the Indonesian region, toplessness was the norm among the Dayak people, Javanese, and the Balinese people before the introduction of Islam and contact with Western cultures. In Javanese and Balinese societies, women worked or rested comfortably topless. Among the Dayak, only big breasted women or married women with sagging breasts cover their breasts because they interfered with their work.


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