A brief review of Co-ed Naked Philosophy from Martin Brant: Author Will Forest has a unique appreciation for the human body. I call it unique when it should be considered normal, but somehow our society has gotten onto a path of misguided morality that somehow judges the human body as shameful. Hence Co-ed Naked Philosophy,Continue reading “Naked Social Euphoria”
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I’ve had the opportunity to meet several naturist leaders in Brazil and visit a couple of naturist sites there. In a nutshell, here’s what I’ve learned about Brazilian naturism: Besides the US and Canada, Brazil is the only other country in the Americas that has a national naturist federation. Its sites and groups range fromContinue reading “Naturism in Brazil”
As a public service to the naturist community, I’ve typed out what the narrator reads in the 1965 naturist film The Raw Ones. Directed by John Lamb and narrated by Ron Gans, the film was one of the best known nudist documentary films, a somewhat popular genre that has been explored by Mark Storey of The NaturistContinue reading “The Raw Ones”
I love listening to good music about social nudism! The clothesfree.com site has been featuring Ton Dou’s catchy naturist-inspired music, with some fun house-produced videos, and of course the theme music of Shane Gentry and the Nekkid Monday Band. Another great song about the topic is Dolly Parton’s “Sugar Hill”! I’d like to feature oneContinue reading “Dare To Go Bare”
Unwrapping the Sensory Mechanics of Nudity There are certain body parts that the twin social strictures of religion and politics most want to cover—or, more accurately, to bind. These parts are put on reserve, so to speak: under wraps. According to the rules of repression, they can’t be checked out, or unwrapped, except by special,Continue reading “On Reserve”
When the teacher would call roll in grade school, the correct way to respond was “Present!” For a lot of kids, it didn’t make any sense. What did birthday gifts have to do with attending class? Only after we caught the connection to the word “presence” did the answer start making any sense: being present isContinue reading “Present”