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LABSN Editor’s Note: Here’s a reporters inside view of the World Naked Bike Ride in Portland, Oregon.
John Oliver buys up $15 million in medical debt, then pays off the debt for 9,000 people in hardship
LABSN Editor’s Note: This is a very long video, but worth watching.
LABSN Editor’s Note: I found this so moving I had to repost it.
LABSN editor’s note: This is written very well. I agree the terms nudist and naturists have been misappropriated by the porn industry. True naturists do need to take our community back and I like your idea of using the new social media more effectively.
Naturism and nudism have a PR problem and if it isn’t resolved the consequences could be disastrous. The problem originates from the advent of new technology social media and cultural shifts.
Often while browsing the web looking for news stories I come across ordinary people who share their clothes free experience who start by saying I am no nudist. The word nudist has become so associated with sexual nudity that ordinary people who genuinely want to explore naturist and clothes free living avoid it. Porn mongers, pervs and sex trolls have coopted the term nudist to describe their sexual activities and promote their sexual proclivities. Google the word nudist or search on Twitter and the majority of items returned will be porn related.
I can also tell you that the cultures between swinger nudism and family-oriented nudism really aren’t all that different.
All over the internet…
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LABSN editor note: The Young Naturists America site always presents interesting, positive articles about naturism. Here’s a look at the top 10 pieces by YNA.
Check out our list of the top 10 articles, interviews and posts from 2015 by Young Naturists America YNA.
How Media Turned Right-Wing ‘Willing to Kill’ Extremists Into Peaceful ‘Rancher’s Rights Protesters’
LABSN editor’s note: Here’s another view on the Oregon story and how media is treating it. Having worked for a newspaper for 45 years, I totally agree with the people at FAIR and media’s slanted coverage.
FAIR is the national progressive media watchdog group, challenging corporate media bias, spin and misinformation.