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LABSN Editor’s Note: It’s been a while since I’ve posted, but found this article and thought it was written in such a down-to-earth manner I wanted to post it.
LABSN Editor’s Note: An interesting take on changing mores.
Someday in the near future, no later than 2040, you will go to the beach and see more than a few people not wearing a bathing suit, or anything else for that matter. People will be able to get thei…
LABSN Editor Notes: What a refreshing viewpoint this new blog is. Well worth subscribing to.
How Abbey caves changed my life.
A year and a half ago a chance encounter in a cave changed my life forever. Some may say it was pure chance, or good fortune, that brought us together that summer’s day in New Zealand. Others may say it was fate, the gods or the universe. Personally, I like to believe it was meant to happen and we were fated to meet. But who really knows? One thing I am certain of is that no matter what made it happen, I am bloody glad it did!
The story starts back in 2016, in a salvation army second hand shop in Queenstown, N.Z. I’m with my friend, Trinity, an American from Bend, Oregon. We work together in an Italian restaurant in town. Both on working holiday visas, living the dream in N.Z, on extended holidays. Working dead end jobs only when we have to…
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LABSN Editor’s Note: This article appeared on the DW.com/meetthegermans website in 2018. I thought it had some interesting information, especially about the history of FKK in Germany. By-the-way, DW.com has a wonderful English language station. There’s internatiional news, culture, and art programs.
LABSN Editor’s Note: I just found Nude In Canada blog and enjoyed the writer’s style and ideas. Hope enjoy them also.
There are seemingly an infinite number of benefits to being a naturist. Positive body image, increased self confidence, reduced stress, improved sleep, it goes on forever. I have touched on all o…
Source: Naked Truths: The Downsides
LABSN Editor’s Note: Here’s a very reasonable response to a young lady’s question on skinny dipping.
How I got naked in front of strangers at the nation’s second-oldest nudist resort in Littleton — The Know
LABSN Editor’s Note: Here’s an interesting article about a women’s first time experience at a nudist resort.
The Mountain Air Ranch bills itself as a family nudist resort. It was founded in 1935 for the purpose of Social Nudity, which means that you can be naked in a relatively public setting without infringing upon the privacy of others who don’t want to see your bits.
LABSN Editor’s Note: Here’s a quick read, but has some good insight into why some people are naturists.
LABSN Editor’s Note: I thought this blog on Meandering Naturist expressed many of my thoughts on nudism and exhibitionism.
Some people dismiss streakers, naked protesters and even nudists and life models as ‘exhibitionists’ without fully appreciating that we are all, to a greater or lesser extent, motivated by exhibitionism. We learn to be that way in order to stay alive. A baby needs to be seen and to be noticed by its mother, and this need continues to operate in us throughout our lives… Every human being is motivated by this deep desire to be seen, to have attention paid to them, to be noticed and to be heard.
Philip Carr-Gomm, A Brief History of Nakedness, 2012
Naturists or Exhibitionists?
I keep trying to figure out how the social media thing coincides – in a meaningful way – with the naturist cause. I recently re-established my presence on Facebook and Instagram, (simply waiting for someone on a minimum wage salary to shut off my account for too much…
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More than 2,500 women have stripped naked on a beach in the Republic of Ireland to break the world record for the largest skinny dip.
Magheramore Beach, just south of Wicklow Town, was the venue for the women-only event on Saturday morning.
The combined efforts of the 2,505 women broke the existing Guinness World Record, which had been set in 2015 when 786 people bared all on South Beach in Perth, Australia.
The event marked the sixth year of the annual Strip and Dip charity swim, which was founded by Deirdre Featherstone when she was undergoing treatment for breast cancer.
Video produced by Erinn Kerr.
09 Jun 2018