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.
A person once said a picture is worth a thousand words. And he was right, it is. But this picture is supposed to help support the argument for women being topless in public in Sweden. This is the same nation that fucking bends over backwards to accommodate the Muslim refugees that are swarming the country. And with the number of rapes, and murders, tripling in the country due to Muslim refugees, why in God’s Holy Name would you want to push for topless equality at a time like this? Do you want to give the Muslim rapefugees a easier way to target who they can rape? Priorities here people of Sweden. Get them, and then get them in order.
Now the next thing i have to say about this picture is how off putting the two people in the picture. The both of them look very androgynous and like hipsters. Why not use two older people like a hairy chested male and a average looking female? Why does the picture use two young and somewhat ugly looking, androgynous hipsters. When i first saw this picture i looked at the male and my first thought was, “Why do they have a flat chested woman and not so flat chested woman in this picture? It makes no sense.” In other words the androgyny of the male completely throws the picture off and obscures the message. Sadly enough the Northern Europeans tendency to want to be SJW and PC destroys their own message in this case.
And so to get to the final point about this one must remember that the Topless movement does not support naturism . It is a feminist movement that only supports WOMEN BEING ALLOWED BY LAW TO BE TOPLESS IN PUBLIC THE SAME AS MEN. While we as naturist can support the Topless movement, do not expect the same Topless movement to come to our aid. Remember most of the Topless movement is populated by young feminist, liberal types who flit from one social justice topic to the next with no care for the wreckage they leave behind and many of them are so body shy they’d never go totally nude in public, let alone at a nudist resort or beach. So i say why bother supporting them unless it truly benefits us. These same women would be the first to protest public nudity on the basis that it may trigger a transsexual or some body shy person. After all these are the same people who think a naked, flaccid penis is some form psychological and physical aggression. So these people will never be okay with the law allowing men to walk around naked because penises trigger them. But some of them may be okay with women walking around nude because female body privilege and “muh patriarchy oppression” and all.
Well thats my two cents on this topic.
I had lunch at London’s naked restaurant that has a waiting list of over 40,000 people — here’s the verdict
I’m not a naturist. I’ve never sunbathed topless or visited a nude beach. I don’t even walk around the gym changing room undressed.
And yet, here I am, sitting completely naked eating vegan food in a cubicle with two strangers somewhere in central London.
I’m at The Bunyadi, the city’s first nude pop-up restaurant that opens to the public today (Saturday, June 11).
Since the pop-up was announced in April, 46,000 people have applied for tickets, which cost £69 each. But The Bunyadi, open in a secret location for three months, only fits 42 people at a time.
The idea is that everything is naked – from the decor to the food, made with raw ingredients and cooked naturally. There’s no electricity and no phones.
It’s a place to “experience…
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Previous this week my photos from the album I had created on Facebook and called:
“Celebration of the beautiful – natural, naked – woman body”
got reported to Facebook security.
The next time I tried to lock into my account I could not.
Instead I was a given a warning from Facebook.
“Remove any violating photos” It said.
Either you delete all photos containing any nudity, or we will delete your Facebook account.
I knew it was a matter of time before my photos would be reported.
(Photos to be found at the end of this blog post)
I know Facebooks guidelines concerning nudity. I know many artists whom in the past have been trying to share their work (photos, videos etc) of the naked human body with their network on Facebook – but with same result as my attempt had.
A couple of years ago the Danish writer Peter Øvig…
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So do we support this or not guys? I wanna hear your comments on this.
So on Friday i finally decided to do it. I went to the wooded area that I have been walking for the past few days and got nude!
I was very nervous at first, mainly because the usual small crowd of guys were there and they were making jokes about me taking pictures with my camera. But as i left them and walked a for a good bit, my nervousness faded as i realized they wouldn’t walk as far as i was going to. So i soon found my spot and i disrobed.
I had brought the camera with me to photograph my first time in the nude outdoors. Until this moment i had only been nude outside in the back yard in the middle of the night, or to dump trash in the garbage can at the end of my driveway in the front yard. Never before have i been nude in such a public area.
The sun felt great on my skin and so did the slight breeze that blew in the woods. Although i was nude only for a few minutes per shot it was a gratifying experience none the less.
I truly wanted to be completely nude and walk around, but i had a camera, a tripod, and a mp3 player to carry so i knew i wouldn’t be able to walk around totally nude and carry all of those things in a area i was totally new to so i stayed clothed as i would move through the trail. I would only disrobe for the pictures.
I had to keep on my shoes for this last set of photos due to prickly gumballs and other hazards, but i enjoyed myself none the less. The sun and the freedom felt great, but i was still kinda nervous at times. After i took all the pictures i wanted i decided to head back mainly because i wanted to come back the next day.
I guess I will go back tomorrow and I’ll disrobe and walk the trail itself in the nude for a while. No camera or much else when i go this time. But I’ll have to figure out how to carry my keys, mp3 player, and cell phone with me. Heck! Come to think of it, how will i carry my clothes once i take them off? Okay this may present a challenge of grand proportions after all. Either way though i am going to get nude and outdoors as often as possible now. I enjoyed just the few minutes too much and now i may be hooked.
There is a small wooded trail where i could walk in the nude if i wished in my hometown. I have to admit when i went there to walk for my health i was tempted to do so. Now other people do walk the trial but they are all gay men simply cruising for quick sex so i know they wouldn’t mind. But one has to wonder if one should try to enjoy nudity out in the open with such people hanging around. I am not afraid of being raped or having pictures taken. But i cannot help but feel uncomfortable in such a environment. I spoke with two guys at the trail and told them i was a nudist and they didn’t even flinch. One was a black male and it was nice to meet someone black who didn’t seem too off put by the fact that i was a nudist.
I have to admit i feel like a coward though. A place i can finally be in the nude and the first thing i do is chicken out. Well maybe if i went in deeper into the trail it would be fine. I may just do that next time i go walking out there. But what do you guys think? Give me some feedback here.