The status quo, namely the prudish American population's stance on public nudity, has never favored the exhibitionist.
At Ultra Music Festival, however, the status quo is tossed out the beat-freaking window, along with its attendees' sense of shame.
And while it may seem that the men were wearing the least amount of clothing this past weekend at Ultra, some very confident women also paraded around Miami's biggest electronic dance music party wearing little more than dental floss and body paint.
From the tanned and toned to the natural and droopy, these are some of the best female butts from Ultra 2013.
Good morning, Sunshine
Here comes the sun. And almost a full moon!
This gal knows everyone would've judged her if she hadn't matched her furry boots to her butt.
Sometimes, it only takes a little body paint and sexy bikini bottoms to show off their anatomical counterparts.
Long Live the Monarch
Did you know: The monarch butterfly has an average lifespan of about five weeks. We're happy this one has been able to survive far longer than a month.
The bare ass game isn't strictly for general admission common folk; professional dancers are also encouraged to show of their assets.
At the end of every rainbow, it's rumored there's a pot of gold. And at the end of every pair of rainbow short shorts is a great ass.
Getting stuck behind someone sitting atop another person's shoulders at a music festival is annoying. But the view wasn't too bad at Ultra.
Two For One Butt
It's best to stick to the butt buddy system when traversing UMF. Because butts are always better in pairs.
What's better than a great butt? Easy! That'd be four great butts.
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