Skip navigation! Story from Take Back The Beach. Sara Coughlin. Pay a visit to the beaches in Tel Aviv, and it may surprise you how similar they feel to the seaside towns in the U. Tourists and locals intermingle, women stroll around in sundresses and swimsuits, and people notice and discuss each other's bodies. Photographer Mayan Toledano , who visited Tel Aviv for Refinery29, tells us that the women she shot and interviewed at the beach were more than happy to share memorable comments they've received about their own bodies. Overwhelmingly, the first remarks that leapt to mind for these women were negative ones. But the comments they found problematic weren't exclusively negative.
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By Selim Algar. The latest set of racy photos published to Facebook by a group of female Israeli soldiers. Female Israeli soldiers posing in their underwear and combat gear in January A group of frisky female Israeli soldiers published three more half-naked photos of themselves while on duty, almost immediately after they were punished for posting a similar photo last week on Facebook. It is unclear if any new action has been taken against the sexy fighters. The racy shots of the four unnamed servicewomen posing in underwear and a few items of combat gear is the latest social media scandal to hit the Israeli military. Israeli news outlet Walla reported that the women were fresh recruits who were stationed on a base in the southern part of the country. The first shot that got the group in trouble depicts the group posing in their underwear outside with their backsides positioned towards the camera.
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Jump to navigation. However, no other armed force has sparked off the kind of support from the people of its country as the IDF has. Since Wednesday, the young women from Israel have been encouraging their soldiers by taking off their clothes and taking semi-naked pictures and posting them to the Facebook page "Standing with IDF". Each photograph has the words "I love IDF" scrawled on the womens' bodies in either red lipstick or paint or in some cases even pen and paper. Since its launch last Wednesday, the Facebook page has got nearly 29, likes and rising with more and more women posting their raunchy pics to the page.
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