Ahh, naked camping. The wind in your hair, the soft grass under your butt, the sun touching every inch of your body, and having a full area you can roam around and explore that’s not your private back yard.
For many naturists, this is the idea of pure bliss: what better way to celebrate your love of nature than to be surrounded by it, in your most natural state?
If you’re the kind of person that runs in the opposite direction when camping is mentioned, you might want to have a look through this list. Naturist camping might be one of the best things you could do this summer!
At sunrise on Sunday, June 2, 2019, 125 people posed nude in front of Facebook and Instagram’s New York City headquarters at Astor Place to challenge social media censorship. In collaboration with the National Coalition Against Censorship, artist Spencer Tunick created a photographic artwork as part of their #WeTheNipple campaign.
This is sort of a slow starter, so I hope you will “bare with me” until I get to the twist! I was chatting with my millennial friend Addie the other day about outing oneself as a naturist through social media, noting that we both work in education related fields that frequently involves working with […]
Over the last few weeks i have done very little with this blog. I have been busy spiritually and physically these last few weeks. But one thing stuck out in my mind and that was the fact that it is kind of lonely as a Naturist here in South Carolina. Not because there are so few of us, but because there are no open Naturist events here. The WNBR avoids this state every year. I read about so many Naturist events on the many blogs i follow and never a mention of anything in South Carolina. It makes me wonder whats going on. Are there laws against any of these events happening. Or do people think that South Carolina is too prudish to allow such things? Maybe I’ll call the WNBR and ask them to come to my state one day. It would be nice to have something like that here.