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Humans (Like P!nk) Have Nipples And People Are Losing Their F*cking Minds About It

LABSN Editor’s Note: The reactions to Pink’s nipples are what we may expect from such a conservative society, but the author of this piece handles the comments with wit, sarcasm, and wisdom.

Stop trying to police women’s bodies and their clothes based on your own views of modesty and propriety. Seriously. STOP.

Source: Humans (Like P!nk) Have Nipples And People Are Losing Their F*cking Minds About It

Why Naturist Fiction Matters – Naturist Fiction.org

LABSN Editor’s Note: Three very good writers are sharing their ideas about a writing genre they all produce. I thought I’d share one of the posts, leading you to their blog site.

Nudity in the arts has a long history, and it’s not just paintings and sculptures. Writing about nudity has also been around for centuries. To get to what we can call writing about naturism o…

Source: Why Naturist Fiction Matters – Naturist Fiction.org

Night Shift.

LABSN Editor’s Note: When I checked out Josephine R. Unglaub’s blog I found some wonderful art. I wanted to share her work with everyone.

lemanshots - Fine Pictures and Digital Art

lemanshots_cityDesigned and created by Josephine R. Unglaub

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Nudity and the Arts – A Lack of Community Support

This blogger make a very good point about naturists supporting each other.

Through A Naturist Lens | It’s natural to be ‘au naturel’.

Robin Williams and Me: The Killer Among Us.

Very interesting personal perspective on the death of Robin Williams.

Robin Williams and Me: The Killer Among Us..

Americans’ Faulty Memory: Polls Show Majority Like GOP’s Discredited War Policies | Alternet

Americans’ Faulty Memory: Polls Show Majority Like GOP’s Discredited War Policies | Alternet.

Mytwosentences 67

brickwalk

Lost souls from a yesterday not so long ago walk along a path chosen for them by a brick-and-mortar generation who attempted to understand the direction one might eventually take.
The horizontal wall was carefully constructed as a passage of protection covering the frail, earthly soft textures that were once exposed to coarse elements of an environment continuously moving on the surface.
(Photo: Edward Roads)

Written by Edward Roads

What beautiful words. Well done.

Rebloged from: Mytwosentences 67.