Nice article by Rachel Manteuffel about nudity in theater from the Washington Post. It caught my eye because the photo of the author looks like it could have come from my Bare As You Dare: Radical Body Acceptance Workshop, which I’ll be taking to Dartmouth University next week. More on that later.
From the Huffington Post, September 18th, 2013: Denise Jolly’s journey to redaical body acceptance.
“Runners compete in the Bare Buns Run, a 5 km clothing optional run, at Wreck Beach in Vancouver, B.C., on Sunday August 10, 2014. Wreck Beach is the Canada’s first and largest clothing-optional beach.” Photographs by: Darryl Dyck, from theprovince.com, August 10th, 2014
10 Reasons You Should Go Naked NOW by Jesse Herman from spiritscienceandmetaphysics.com. Also by Jess Herman, “The Naked Truth.”
One of my favorite things currently in existence is The Outdoor Co-ed Topless Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society. It’s a group of ladies in New York City who take advantage of their state’s laws allowing women to be topless anywhere that men are by (among other things) gathering in public parks to read books, topless. After all, […]
[Author’s Note: This blog started out as a quick shout-out to the folks behind Monokini, a line of single-breasted swimsuits, but has since morphed into a rant about topless equality, gender identity and body image. Just watch my feet for a minute, I promise there’s a point to all this.] Monokini is a social art project […]
This year as an April Fools’ Day prank, Spartan Mentality Gym in Denmark announced it was offering Nude CrossFit sessions. They even provided photos showing some rather bicepsual gentlemen working out at the gym completely naked. Well, almost two months later, and outside the context of April Fools’ when our bullshit detectors are highly active, a website […]
WARNING: If you are a blood relative or know me from church, you may not want to read this blog or follow the links herein. I’ve decided to keep my website and my Facebook feed, relatively work safe. On my Tumblr, however, anything goes. So, for those of you who are not easily offended, you may […]