bodies. The unspoken message is that there is something "filthy" or unacceptable
about our bodies, and an air of mystique results.
Just seen in "girlie" magazines and R-rated pictures, boys become excessively
curious and women become defensive.
As an outcome of this
Breeding, North American
treat the body as natural and wholesome, many of our societal issues which originate
from body approval will drop.
Single men and women are
always welcome at Fkk portal. The ratio that we and many others try not to
Surpass is 60% of one sex or the other.
Fkk portal site has created an environment where so many couples, families and
single women feel safe and comfortable, we frequently have openings for single men
This is a pleasant problem to have, and it is one that few other
Fkk clubs ever have.
In reality, http://x-nudism.com/community/nudist is
the ONLY club we know of, that ever had to turn away a single woman because her
presence would have caused over 60% of GIRLS, instead of having too many men.
We didn't desire to turn her away, but we felt that in the interest of justice, we
must treat women the same manner we do guys. So we did the same thing we had have
done with a man, requesting her to wait for our next occurrence.
We also have a program of
Benefits for those who bring girls and couples, whether experienced nudists or
Girl we add, we can acknowledge two more single men, and for every couple we add, we
can declare one more man. Everybody wins!
This application was originally
Meant to encourage single men to bring their female friends, but in that
Attentiveness it's met only limited success. Thus far, we've found that it's the
couples and single women, bringing more of their female friends, than the single
is exhilarating. It stays
exhilarating even when jogging naked in a race where most of the participants
remain clothed. While running I am considerably greater than the others and when I get
dressed after the race and walk the cool down, I 'm very comfortable as my stuff
is clean and dry. It is also a way to show folks that nudity does not equal sex
and that nude is not lewd.
Unfortunately, there are those who'll never understand this.
Breakers run we would encourage others to join us.
orgy at the finish line instead of folks get dressed and go their own way.
side of San Francisco to the other, nude except for my hiking shoes, socks, a
hat, and my backpack.
I was accompanied by other Camping Bares, 2 bare
women, 5 other naked men, and thousands of folks draped in various cloths. I am
told that throughout the throng was a total of 40 naked runners and walkers, at
least 6 of them were girls.
This was the annual San
Amble, and for the 'back of the pack' it is more a parade than a race.
The throngs gathered
Sunday morning just a couple of blocks from the Oakland Bridge.
circumvented the crowd by taking a side street to some barricades. There we
waited for the serious runners to pass, afterward the barricades were moved, we
stripped down, took a few group photos, and entered the mass of folks moving
down the street.
Most of the time I did not
even think about the fact that I 'd no clothes on. As we walked past viewers
lining the race course, we were cheered and encouraged by http://wnude.com/exhbitionism as they
shouted 'hey naked folks' and waved. Many other participants also encouraged
us, rather a few remarked that they wished they had the courage to join us. Two
people, one male and one female, who'd began the race clothed, did strip
Of the thousands of people
involved, I just heard negative comments from about 4 or 5.
To my surprise, the naked
men were very popular with girls participants. I lost count of the amount of
women that came up to our group and asked us to pose with them. I have no notion
how many 'family' scrapbooks will now have a picture of me standing there nude
next to someone's mother, sister, wife, girlfriend, aunt or grandma. I
certainly enjoyed the attention.
It had been warm and bright
on the Bay side of S.F., but as we crossed over the hill and entered Golden Gate
Park, we began to cool off as the Ocean breeze caught up to us.
line, still wearing only our Camping Bares uniform.
The group I was in had
been delayed by all the stops for photo opportunities and a couple of lengthy
pit stops. We arrived at the Pacific Coast Highway just under four hours after
we had started the event.
By then, most of the