Good I’ll keep returning
As I promised, my interview with Kenn Campbell-Harris published yesterday afternoon on Nudist Planet. Click the website title to be directly linked to the interview. As I wrote here in my reflections post, End of Month Reflections, July, 2017, earlier this week, I am sharing this post with all of you, in case anyone is interested in reading about me, my life and my experiences as a same gender loving (gay) bare practitioner (naturist/nudist). The questions posed to me were very thought-provoking.
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I’m tired of keeping all my problems a secret. I want to be free.
You’re never held accountable.
You just get to apologize and go back to normal. While I cry on the inside.
I’ve had to be disappointed every holiday.
and birthdays, because you always wait till the last minute.
You never put in real effort and thought into making things special
Okay, you did once. But that was last minute too.
I had to fight with you to show me affection.
To be romantic.
To fight for us.
To prioritize me between your video games and social media.
Between smoking and drinking.
I did everything I could to change and be the best that I could for you.
I loved you. I forgave you. I grew with you. I supported you. I believed in us.
I forgave you for breaking my heart…
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A good account of a #bodyposi event
The title can be somewhat confusing to those who are unfamiliar with the event, so please allow me to offer a brief clarification. World Naked Bike Ride (WNBR) isn’t meant to imply that a person rides all around the world, clothes-free, in one continuous route. It is a global event that takes place in individual cities throughout the world at different times and dates within a calendar year. It is a ride that makes a statement against our dependence on fossil fuels and the riders use their nakedness to underscore that message.
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Irish Naturism at it’s best!
Beach clean-up, Sallymount Beach, Co. Wicklow, Monday 1st August ’16.
My dreams of fine sunny weather for the opening day of the INA’s “Naturist Lughnasadh Festival” on 1st August were quickly dashed as I departed for Sallymount beach earlier that morning. It rained for my whole journey! But, as always, our Naturist Goddess Venus provided an opening in the weather for the naturists that gathered to begin the beach clean-up, albeit a bit windy.
We followed the stream to the southern area of the beach where the small bays are formed by the rocks – this area was notably littered. No one bar ourselves could be seen along the full length of the beach as we began cleaning up. The sun made a couple of rare appearances to encourage us to stay naked. After one hour of chatting and rubbish collecting, we made our way back to the…
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Naturism is brill!
Crimea has long tradition of nudism and communudism. It was the first place where Russians (repressed first by the Tzars and more recently by Joseph Stalin and Vladimir Putin) were able to gather together to enjoy a nudist lifestyle and social naturism. In the early 20th century, shortly after the German naturist movement emerged, the Ukrainian born Russian language symbolist poet, painter and freemason, Maximilian Voloshin established a nudist colony at his home in Koktebel.
Max Voloshin was inspired to pursue public nudism by the activities of a German organisation called the Freier Bund. Voloshin begins his essay On Nudism, first printed in Dnevniki pisatelej 1 (March 1914, pages 34-40), with a sketch of that organisation:
The Freier Bund is the name of a German society whose goal is the physical and moral improvement of humanity through nudity. The society is located in Berlin. It has its own park at…
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A new insight are YOU naked?
I occasionally watch Naked and Afraid on the Discovery Channel. I’m not a huge fan but if there’s nothing else on, I’ll watch it. Of course one should be naked while watching so I hope you’re doing it right.
I’m doubt I have the survival skills to last the whole time in such harsh environments. Still, it might be fun to try it for fun. I wonder if people get together in groups and go out in the wild and pretend to be on the show. I would do it. Too bad I have nobody to go with. Anyone???