NO just NO!

This is not what Pride is about. This is not what any form of Naturism or Nudism is about. This is just exhibitionism and pure degeneracy. Someone call the cops on people like this.

Even more of this garbage via Salty Cracker:

I agree with Salty and others. Arrest these people.

Britney Spears posts nudes on Instagram

Well nudes covered with emojis actually

Oops, she did it again.

Britney Spears shared a nude photo via Instagram Thursday, nearly one week after she and fiancé Sam Asghari revealed their miscarriage news.

“GOOD my ass MURICA !!!” the Princess of Pop, 40, captioned the naked picture.

Spears held a door open in the social media upload, using her hand and a pink heart emoji to cover up.

So i actually had to look at some of these pictures before I started a post about this. And to be honest, she creeps me out something fierce. I do not want to look at anything of her nude for some reason. So i will not be posting any of the pictures in this post. You can click on the link to see them and read more of the story if you want. I guess I just thought this is a interesting story, but in the end I kind of find Britney Spears to be disgusting trash at the moment.

Forest Bathing is a Thing

So I actually stumbled upon this article on my cellphone news app. And i thought, “This reminds me of Naturism. For some reason.”

Forest Bathing is a Thing

When Diana Markuson steps into the forest, she feels better.

“It’s just my happy place,” the Conroe resident said.

The retired psychiatric nurse wanted to share that feeling with others. After reading articles about “forest bathing,” she was convinced she’d found a means to do just that.

“It was outdoors. It was health and wellness,” Markuson said. “And it also had that meditative type quality. It just made sense to me.”

“Forest bathing” is a literal translation from “shinrin-yoku,” the Japanese practice of spending time among the trees and taking in all of the sights and sounds in the woods.

It’s basically a mix between a walk in nature and a mindfulness practice. Think yoga without the poses or guided meditation with the addition of scenery, chirping birds and the scent of pines.

Markuson said forest bathing is synonymous with forest therapy. Both describe a means to develop emotional and mental healing through immersion in the woods.

An interesting story. I wonder if I will be able to go nude hiking this year. It’s been a while.

Opinion: Thirty years after Gwen Jacob’s arrest for going topless, little has changed

The problem with this OPINION ARTICLE is that it drags other social issues into this opinion about being able to go topless in public. What does transgender children have to do with going topless in public? But read the article if you wish. I will post most of it here for everyone’s convenience.

Stéphane Deschênes is the owner of Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park and has taught a course about nudity at the University of Toronto. He has been hosting the The Naturist Living Show podcast since 2008.

Thirty years ago today, 19-year-old Gwen Jacob took off her shirt in the oppressive 33-degree heat in Guelph, Ont. The police were called and Ms. Jacob was arrested when she refused to cover up, even though there was a group of bare-chested men playing sports nearby. She was charged and convicted of committing an indecent act. On Dec. 9, 1996, the Ontario Court of Appeal overturned the 1991 ruling, thus giving all women in the province the right to be top-free.

Yet despite Ms. Jacob’s victory, little has changed in the three decades since. Women’s bodies are still objectified, and they are often expected to take responsibility for the reaction of others as a result of all types of exposure. The sight of a shirtless woman on a beach or anywhere is still an extreme rarity, societal norms being far more effective at controlling behaviour and attitudes than laws.

It could be argued, despite some significant advances in equality, that society’s attitudes toward women’s bodies have actually gotten worse. A half century ago it was common for prepubescent girls to wear the same bathing suit as boys. Today, some people are offended by that sight. Indeed, back in 2015, an eight-year-old girl at a public pool in Guelph was told she had to cover up her chest when she took off her shirt to take a dip with her family. Ironically, this sort of misguided attempt to protect children actually functions to sexualize their bodies.

More than ever, our bodies are being objectified, commodified and hypersexualized, and social media has strengthened the pressure to achieve an impossible ideal. Instead of celebrating diversity, we now have digital filters that attempt to make us all look the same. The effect of this airbrushed ideal is that men are now perceptibly suffering from body shame too, as evidenced by the relative rarity of shirtless men in public nowadays. Thirty years ago, men seemed to take off their shirts at every opportunity. It was that nonchalance that Ms. Jacob envied, and that which ultimately led her to defy societal norms. But now it appears neither gender is comfortable being bare-chested – hardly the equality that Ms. Jacob had in mind.

Social-media censorship rules have been amazingly effective at highlighting the absurdity of the way we view female breasts. Male nipples are okay on most platforms, but female nipples are not – except when breastfeeding, because we all agree that’s a good idea. And when portrayed in art – except what is art, and who defines it? And what about women with mastectomies; there is no nipple. Men with large breasts? Women with small breasts? Transgender people? Children whose gender is not obvious?

It’s no wonder that some people choose to shirk all off these arbitrary rules and have come to embrace naturism. Living completely free of clothing allows participants to finally accept themselves as they truly are.

The solution to dissatisfaction with one’s body is not fancy clothing to hide under or, worse, surgical intervention. The most effective solution is acceptance of the incredible body that nature has given us and the recognition that each of us is unique. Nudity in naturism is not the objective. It is the tool that leads us to acknowledge that insight. In 2020, social psychologist Keon West published results of a 51-participant trial that showed “naked activity can lead to improvements in body image” compared to when activities are completed fully clothed.

These results are not surprising to those of us who have studied this century-old movement. When we lose the clothing, we present our authentic selves without the attitudes and false confidence that are associated with the costumes that we use as shields. Our bodies exist for us and not for the visual pleasure or judgment of others. Thirty years ago, Ms. Jacob pushed to change that attitude. She set an important legal precedent and instigated a lot of conversation. But there is still a long way to go before we unburden ourselves of body shame and stop the beauty myth propaganda.

Danish TV show that pairs kids and naked adults slammed as depraved.

Danish TV show that pairs kids and naked adults slammed as depraved.

Yeah I have problem with this. I know it’s not actually pedophilia. But still…this is a lot much!

On one TV show, the truth is actually naked.

In Denmark, an award-winning television program called “Ultra Strips Down,” puts nude adults in front of school-age children.

The series allows its young participants, ages 11 to 13, to ask the grown-up volunteers whatever questions are on their minds in order to promote body positivity and combat body-shaming, according to the New York Times.

Despite Denmark’s relatively permissive attitude towards nudity and its well-intentioned mission, the show, now in its second season on a channel called DR Ultra, has sparked backlash. One politician even said it is “depraving our children.”

A recent episode, which focused on skin and hair, placed students from Copenhagen’s Orestad School in the company of five buck-naked adults. The series’ creators want to challenge the idea that there are perfect body types.

As a naturist a part of me is confused as to why they would even do this. But as a Uncle I am outraged. I think this is just wrong.

Countryfile star Julia Bradbury walks around naked all the time – because she can

i walk around naked as often as possible myself.

The Shaven Circumcised Nudist Life

Countryfile star Julia Bradbury has made the candid confession that she walks around naked all of the time.

Countryfile star Julia Bradbury walks around naked all the time – because she can

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