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31. 3. 2021

English version | Editor's letter: "The Forbidden issue"

“The important task of literature is to liberate man, not to blame him, which is why Puritanism was the most destructive and evil force that has ever oppressed people and literature: it created hypocrisy, perversion, fears, barrenness.” - Anaïs Nin

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7. 4. 2021

English version | Backstage: "The Forbidden issue"

What happens backstage at Vogue, doesn't stay backstage at Vogue. Here's a couple of fun facts about the Forbidden issue.

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31. 3. 2021

English version | Creative Differences

Creativity has no limits, but there are those who feel empowered to impose them. False interpretations, and probably conditioned by the dictates of each era, have, for example, banned paintings, sculptures and performances that today are considered masterpieces. The ban on the following works shows that sometimes, when censorship is intense, the public suspects ... that these works are really worth it.

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31. 3. 2021

English version | PG-13

In the images that follow and that are sure to become iconic, the provocative aesthetic of the 70s and 80s is updated for the 21st century in a series of photography that celebrates the female body - as a whole, but most of all, in its details.

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31. 3. 2021

English version | Kybelé, the Mother-Goddess

Originally from Phrygia, Kybelé - or, in Portuguese, Cibele -, was considered the "Mother of the Gods", or mother Goddess, and symbolized the fertility of nature.

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31. 3. 2021

English version | Adam & Steve

Or Ada & Eve. Two boys or two girls or a boy and a girl. They're all human. Just not when it comes to nipples: nowadays, the gender seems to be distinguished by the nipples - and not if they are breasts or pectorals, but if they are banned or not from social media.

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31. 3. 2021

English Version | Living or below-living?

This is a story about living. And about surviving. Surviving in a society where success is forbidden, where going out is forbidden, but also where staying in is forbidden.

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31. 3. 2021

English version | Never have I ever...

Who here has never imagined fleeing the borders of our four walls, real or imaginary, for an outdoor life?

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31. 3. 2021

English Version | Not Allowed? No Way.

Prohibited signs mean you should stay alert, they are a symbol of danger, they are warning, a scarlet-warning, but also a scarlett-protection.

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31. 3. 2021

English version | Kháos

Kháos was the first god to emerge in Greek mythology, says Hesiod in his poem Theogony (Genealogy of the Gods). One that has no anthropomorphic form and that is a symbol of the emptiness that precedes the creation of the remaining deities.

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