Where’s his penis?!
In recognition of Earth Day, Felicity shares ways that nudies & naturists can live a more eco-friendly lifestyle.
Some choreographers are asked about using nudity onstage, and their answers are great and interesting to read.
"In this day and age, when the naked body is constantly used in a sexualized or violent way, contemporary art and dance are some of the few places where we can still encounter it in a different, more neutral form. Art is a form of education. It’s through art that we learn what is beautiful, what is right and wrong. You don’t have a lot of opportunities to compare yourself to other bodies, and you can recognize yourself and your scars in others. I admire people who use the naked body to make a statement about humanity." — Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui
"I plan to incorporate nudity more in the future; maybe I needed a certain maturity. I find nudity fascinating, and it’s sad that it’s so taboo, because it questions our whole existence. My goal is to make a piece where the audience thinks: Why are we even wearing clothes?" — Alexander Ekman
Read more at the link above.
Whenever you share a link on Facebook, it brings up a preview with an image. Well sometimes that image is not so FB-safe because it shows a butt crack, or a penis, or some body parts that are really elbows but look like women’s nipples.
Well thankfully when you share a link on pages, Facebook lets you upload your own thumbnail image. Above is a photo you can upload for when you’re not sure your thumbnail is FB-safe!
Use this thumbnail to help FB keep us all safe from nipples and nudie pix.
Human Organs Formed with Wild Plant Arrangements by Camila Carlow
UK-based, Guatemalan-born artist Camila Carlow was not deterred by the complexity of the human body when she was developing her series Eye Heart Spleen. For the project, she transformed a handful of normally grotesque, bloody organs into an array of greenery and beautiful blossoms.
Oh my goodness this is fantastic
Freedom found on a clothing optional beach – guest blog | clothes free life http://homeclothesfree.com/2014/04/11/freedom-found-on-a-clothing-optional-beach-guest-blog/
"If you have never tried to swim in the nude, you have missed out on an amazing experience. It sounds a little bit cliché, but the sun kissing your shoulders while the water tickles your toes? Heavenly. We spent a few hours there, and I do not think we stopped smiling once."
Great story of growing up with fat shaming and then finding body acceptance at the nude beach!
Check out Nomadic Nudist’s review of his nakation adventures at a Mexico nude beach called Zipolite.
this episode changed me forever
Here is a fat babe to encourage you on your journey to self love.
Ignorance can be bliss—but don’t you just love knowing that there’s amazing power and wicked technology inside every Ford? Let AND Is Better whisk you away to your happy AND spider-free place.
Body shame is not bliss. This Ford ad promotes body shame & negative body image. No thanks, Ford, we love our bodies!! You can do better!