Were nudists really told to cover themselves up because of immigrants? | Modern Legends

Don’t always trust the headlines…

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Various media outlets around the globe reported that a local authority in Germany banned nudism because of a planned refugee shelter. Vice investigated these reports and found that the story was a …

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Embrace Documentry given same rating as 50 Shades Of Grey!

So evidently nonsexual depiction of a vulva attracts the same film classification as a sexually charged movie such as 50 Shades Of Grey!

From Taryn Brumfitt, founder of The Body Image Movement:

“After 24 months of travelling, filming and editing I am weeks away from releasing Embrace into the world; a documentary I truly believe has the ability to change the way a generation of body haters feel about themselves.

There is a sequence in the film that discusses the fact that women rarely ever see another woman’s vulva, often leading many women to turn to cosmetic surgery to ‘fix’ what they perceive to be an unsightly part of their bodies. This is followed by a section of images in the film that show a range of women’s vulvas, all of which are different and all of which are normal and healthy”

Full blog article: Embrace given same classification as 50 shades.
This hits quite close to home with me as my wife suffers from poor self-vulva image…. She is quite happy to go naked around me and even attend nude venues and beaches (she came to the Sydney Skinny with me in 2015) as long as there is nobody there who she has met before as she feels people will judge her vagina as she has a prominent vulva or “outie”…

 

Society is twisted #FacebookMustChange

This beautiful article points out what’s wrong with society and Facebook in particular  in regards nudity

“YES, THIS IS MY FEMALE BODY. NO I AM NOT ASHAMED

Celebration of the beautiful – natural, naked – woman body”
got reported to Facebook security.

The next time I tried to lock into my account I could not.

Instead I was a given a warning from Facebook.

“Remove any violating photos” It said.

Either you delete all photos containing any nudity, or we will delete your Facebook account.

Not surprisingly.

I knew it was a matter of time before my photos would be reported.
(Photos to be found at the end of this blog post)

I know Facebooks guidelines concerning nudity. I know many artists whom in the past have been trying to share their work (photos, videos etc) of the naked human body with their network on Facebook – but with same result as my attempt had.

A couple of years ago the Danish writer Peter Øvig Knudsen tried to share his photos from his book: “Hippie 1 – Tre år og 74 dage der forandrede Danmark” (three years and 74 days that changed Denmark)

Øvig is in his book describing and telling the story about the Thy camp in Denmark in the 1970th (https://oevig.net/hippie-1-three-years-and-74-days-that-changed-denmark/) – and the hippie days in Denmark during that time.

His book contains a fiew photos. Humans from the Thy camp and their every day life. Human with – and without – clothes on.

But Facebook said no. And so did apple, for that sake.
Apple denied to sell Øvigs book.”

 

Full article: https://najayana.wordpress.com/2016/05/18/yes-this-is-my-female-body-no-i-am-not-ashamed/

History of the invention of clothing | The Naturist Page

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6a00d8341bf67c53ef0147e15378f3970b-500wi[1] Clothing/body lice There is a study that I was reading and says that Humans First Wore Clothing 170,000 Years Ago, some time after the second-to-last Ice Age that made living the nude life a little too cold for comfort. Before this time, clothing lice or body lice were non-existent until clothing came about in humans. Clothing lice first began to genetically diverge from human head lice. Needless to say, humans are responsible for causing the evolutionary process of head lice into clothing/body lice some 170,000 years ago. (long after humans lost their ape-like body hair.)

Neanderthal_2D[1] 100,000 years ago In Africa, humans survived for hundreds and thousands of years without clothing or body hair because of the practice of using fire when it became cold. It was only when clothing was invented that made it possible to invent new tools and migrate to colder or higher latitudes some 100,000 to 60,000 years…

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