Monthly Archives: May 2016

the Bathroom issue. Or the new Trangenderism and Naturism.

Transgender Child Banned From Using School Bathroom, Ignites Debate Over Anti-Discrimination Laws

Chicago schools say transgender kids should use bathrooms matching identity

So how long before we as naturists have to deal with this issue?  Think about it for a moment.  The children are one thing, but the adults are a whole different matter.

As you can see from the pictures what are we going to do about the Buck Sextons of the world?  Or the Genderqueer/genderfluid types who change their genders mentally as easily as people change their socks physically?

Now I figure the Naturists resorts, clubs, and vacation spots may have a good ten years before they have to deal with this, but i could be wrong.  As Naturism tends to be body positive and body acceptance.  How are we going to deal with the fat, ugly 47 year old guy with dirty long thinning hair who says that today he feels that he identifies as a female so he wants to use the female faculties and wants to participate in the ladies only events?  This self identity thing is going to cause a lot of trouble for us if we don’t get a handle on it quickly.

So how do we deal with these kinds of people who are literally less then one percent of the human population as a whole?  Do we just let them do as we please in naturist resorts?  Or do we prepare to kick them out, create rules and charters that will cause them to not come to naturist resorts?  The small private naturist clubs are the ones to most likely be hit with lawsuits and other such things that could cripple them.

So once again I ask us as Naturists.  What do we do about this issue?

Nudist Games: Olive Dell takes the trophy at SoCal Nude Games

Nudist Games: Olive Dell takes the trophy at SoCal Nude Games

For the past five years, the idea of a sports competition between the various naturist groups in Southern California has been steadily on the rise. This year, however, the day-long multi-club competition on August 8 at Olive Dell Ranch really captured the imagination of the region.

An estimated 75 people participated in the 10 events, representing several different clubs, and everyone – including the onlookers- seemed to have a good time as the “athletes” fought hard in games designed to test strength, endurance, and intelligence.

From the crowd reactions, the favorite games were the paper cup relay, the noodle race around the pool, Frisbee toss for accuracy, and the balloon toss.

 

world naked gardening day participant were exhibtionists and sex workers

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Exhibitionists bare all for daring nude photoshoots celebrating World Naked Gardening Day

Brave horticulturalists across the country are shedding their clothes to mark the festival, which takes place on the first Saturday of May and is celebrated by gardeners and non-gardeners alike.

Many have posed for cheeky photoshoots to mark the occasion, their modesty covered by a series of strategically-placed gardening tools and shubbery.

Among them was Essex sex worker and model Pippa-Lily, 27, who posed in nothing but a pair of trainers for an early morning shoot in her back garden.

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younger nudists jumping ship here’s why

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We Asked a Young Nudist Why Young People Aren’t Nudists Anymore

Jones tells me that the memberships of national naturist organizations have been decreasing in popularity over the last few decades. Both the American Association for Nude Recreation and The Naturist Society are in decline, although Jones suggests their pricing models may be to blame. A weekend away at a naturist resort can easily set you back $500. Despite this, society and young people in general are becoming more accommodating of public nudity. According to a 2015 study from the Naturist Education Foundation, over a third of Americans had tried social skinny dipping or nude sunbathing (up from 15 percent in 1983), while over a quarter of Americans would consider going nude at a clothing-optional beach (with 43 percent of 18 to 29 year olds willing to try it).

In Jones’ view, established naturist clubs are failing to connect with…

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