Young Nudists of America teamed up with Andy Golub, a well-known artist and painter. Together with 30 artists and 40 living canvasses he created a visual spectacle. See for yourself!
I’d like thank the people who let me know (via the poll and through other means) who responded to my question which genre of naturism related books I should focus on. The majority pointed to fantasy, being the Naked Crow books.
It looks like I have the road for Sheila and Jeremy laid out for me. Thank you again!
By the way, work on the third book is progressing nicely. So far I have bad weather, bows and arrows, and a trip in the book. 🙂 Do you want a hint where to?
Let’s face it, we’re fighting an uphill battle and we’re not gaining ground.
In the early 1920s naturism appeared as something new (while it was something old). During the flower power time nudity was freely quite practised, and even in the 70s and 80s naturist resorts were very common if not mentioned among most people.
So why is naturism/nudism still fighting so hard for acceptance?
Because of this. Money. There is money to be made in clothes. Nudists don’t wear clothes so there’s no money to be made of that group. But clothes aren’t the only thing. As I’ve mentioned before, the porn industry heavily relies on nudity, because that sells. Selling is money. If everyone goes around naked then there’s no incentive to buy something with naked people in it.
Do you agree? Or is the problem somewhere else do you think?
Hello there. I’m really curious about something so I’m putting the right to express yourself in your hands. It’s okay if you’re not naked when you vote, sometimes the weather or the circumstances just don’t play along.
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It’s interesting, even important for me to know this, because then I can decide which style of book I should continue to write.
Thank you for voting!
It helps me!
I’m entirely stumped to find that I never posted about this.
The second Naked Crow book, Evil Spirit, is out and about in the usual places. Most of you may have found the Naked Crow 2 page I made already, but just in case you didn’t… Here it is!
- Smashwords (files for just about every e-reading device/program)
- Amazon / Kindle
- Barnes & Noble (ePub NOOK book)
- Apple iTunes
- CreateSpace (this is the paperback version of the book)
Irish reporter Sinead O’Donnell attended a naturist event in south Dublin. She joined Pat in studio to report back. Click the image or this link to go to the site and listen to the 9 minute podcast.
I wonder if the way that some nudist dating sites are ‘promoting’ themselves is smart or rather damaging to the general concept of nudism.
As comments on an article about the World Naked Bike Ride in Clacton (UK) I found this:
My gut feeling says that this is not good for the image of nudism. What do you think?