I NEVER thought I’d strike a business deal while sitting in a hot spring, totally naked except for a pair of sunglasses, and sharing a plate of hummus and carrot sticks with a tech executive, a medical student and the CEO of an online shopping website. But that’s exactly how I recently found myself spending a Saturday evening, in the middle of the desert, two hours from the heart of Los Angeles.
It’s time for the straight outta clothes photo challenge
The straight outta clothes photo challenge is a themed clothes free photo challenge. Each challenge will be associated with a clothes free theme activity or event. The theme for this first challenge is work clothes free. In solidarity with National Work Naked Day February 5 the challenge is to share a photo working clothes free. Your photo does not need to be similar to or a repose of the image below. Get creative, but it MUST be a photo of YOU working clothes free. See below for other rules and means of entry.
Straight outta clothes photo challenge work clothes free
How to participate
To participate in the challenge share your photo on Twitter, Flickr or IG with the hashtag #straightouttaclotheschallenge between Feb 1 and Feb 5 You may also email to CFL submission. All photos will…
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We’ve spent a lot of time preparing to talk about how to solve some of naturism’s problems. Now it’s time to start actually addressing the problems. But there are a lot of them. How can we know where to begin? There’s only one way, really. We have to prioritize.
When we looked at the underlying causes of the problems, we found that there were basically two types: causes present in human nature or in our society, and causes in the social nudity community itself. That helps prioritizing a lot, because we can potentially deal with the second sort of causes much more easily than the first, which might be very difficult.
Among problems whose causes lie in the social nudity community itself, there are again two broad types: those related to the leadership of the community, especially its organizations, and those related to the community members themselves. And again…
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7 Reasons Why You Deserve to Hang Out Naked in Your Home
An important debate is raging in homes all around the country: Should you have the right to wander nude at home, or should you cover up? To me the answer seems obvious — of course you should feel free to go au naturel in your own home. I mean, does this concept even need defending? Apparently it does, because here’s a story all about the painful travails of prude people who have been exposed to the sight of their naked neighbors. Quelle horreur! (Fans herself.) So now that’s one more thing you have to worry about: Protecting the people in your neighborhood from the sight of your flesh.
Blogging mom on parenting site gives reason to be clothes free at home