Originally posted on LadyGod1va:

After a few years of watching and commenting on Stephen Gough’s activities, I am going to write this from an utter state of frustration, if you don’t like what I say.. feel free to shoot me down in flames.

If you want to know more about Stephen before reading this.. take a look at

You can say what you wish, remember this is a hypothesis and you’re welcome to argue for or against. I am not going to send this to Stephen, I suggest once there are reasonable responses to this and an opinion of wider range of people is known, someone could if they wish send it to him and let him have his say in the matter.

This article discusses my hypothesis that although even the dumbest of animals on this earth soon learn to avoid life threating traps, Stephen Gough (The naked Rambler) has been…

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Why does it feel so good (to be naked)?

Originally posted on the sl naturist:

I’m making no apologies for linking to this post from the Naked Truth blog, and I’d encourage everyone to read the article.

While the pleasure of being naked may differ from person to person, the Naked Truth blog make an exceptional argument as to why we enjoy the feeling of being naked, whether naturist or not.

Even non-naturists will freely admit the feeling of getting out of bed naked and slipping downstairs to make a cup of tea or coffee, waiting for the kettle to boil and feeling the air on your skin is wonderful. In fact, most situations where we are naked in ‘not usually done naked’ situations feel great.

The posting includes photos, one of which I’ve re-posted below because it and a couple of others I was going to use looked perfect for SL replication. Initially I was going to include others which I eventually guessed…

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Our New Favorite Spa

Originally posted on The Outdoor Co-ed Topless Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society:

IMG_8745Ever since Athena closed over the summer, we’ve lacked for a spot to visit to warm up on cold days and dry off on rainy ones, a spa where management understands that saunas are best enjoyed in the nude and that women and men can share such facilities without there necessarily being anything sexual about it.

But today, at last, we christened a new favorite spa. We’re going to keep its identity to ourselves for the time being, but it’s lovely and well run, and if not quite as large as Athena or as roomily arranged, it has a charm all its own. As usual, a spa environment is not the very best for taking photos, so forgive, please, the grainy/fuzzy quality. But we wanted to share with you some of the joy of this oh-so-joyful afternoon.


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How to stop being ashamed of your naked body, Part 4

Originally posted on Naked Diaries:

This is the fourth parth of the series. I strongly recommend reading parts 1, 2 and 3 if you haven’t done so yet. They can be found at the following links:

Everything I said in the previous posts I mentioned in the context of reaching the goals one wants achieve. There are, however, four essential things which one simply has to be able to do naked, or else they may endanger their – and even somebody else’s – life.

Choosing not to do these things is basically choosing to risk death, getting a disease, or suffering severe injuries and pain, over momentary exposure of one’s body which one should be proud of in the first place. Here I’ll list those things with short explanations:

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How to stop being ashamed of your naked body, Part 3

Originally posted on Naked Diaries:

This is the third parth of the series. I strongly recommend reading parts 1 and 2 if you haven’t done so yet. They can be found at the following links:

So, now we have defined where we are regarding nudity in a wide variety of social situations, and we have defined where we want to be. I’m going to assume two things:

  1. That you wish to reduce your fear of being naked, i.e. become more relaxed, or make no change in certain situations (I fully understand if you have no wish to show yourself naked in public places).
  2. That you have no desire to be naked where it is not considered appropriate, i.e. I will not tell you how to shed your fear of going naked through the city…

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