It seems that there is no difference when you say, “Naked and Nude”. They are often called synonyms. For me, these words will not always be interchangeable depending on how one interprets it. A "nude" or "naked" body can be represented in a variety of ways. Confiding on your social or cultural environment, there are different connotations to the words "naked" and "nude". These connotations are not always present, but overall I would say these are the general differences. "Naked" has a raw connotation, whereas many people use the word "nude" when referring to a body presented in an artistic way, which focuses on the form and shape of the body. "Nude" means uncovered, unadorned, unashamed, comfortable, pure, and purposeful. It's much more common to refer to voluntary and comfortable nudity by describing someone as nude. I believe that it is the presentation of the "naked" or "nude" body that makes the difference, not which word is chosen to describe it. Most people will use the word "naked" when referring to a body presented in an arousing or sexual way. "Naked" also means something akin to: Bear, stripped, exposed, vulnerable or inadequate. Something described as naked is often that way involuntarily. Frost sees nakedness as something natural and guileless. In nakedness, people see “Anatomy”. People see nudity as something that is unsure and villainous in sorts. To be naked is to be oneself. Also nakedness, according to John Berger ist the acted sexual love while nude is the body which is to one self. Also nakedness, according to John Berger is the acted sexual love while nude is the body which is to be locked at the consumed. While being rude is the body which is the body which is to be looked at to be consumed. While being nude on the other hand is a form of display .To be naked id private and to be nude is public.
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