All posts tagged: Naked

Nude or naked?

Some of you may know that I write books. Writing books and stories means you have to consider the meaning of words carefully. Considering the words ‘nude’ and ‘naked’. They both refer to the state of being undressed, uncovered, clothes-free, yes. Still, to me they have a different charge as it were. Wikipedia’s take on these point to the same thing. Nudity. To me there is however an underlying difference. What nude is to me. To me this is nude. You may argue that I’m naked in this picture so let me explain. When I am nude, I’m undressed, I appreciate it to the max and I am ‘in my power’. I am undressed by my own choice and proud of my state of being. When I took  this picture it wasn’t warm. There was fog all around. Still I felt wonderful there, in nature, one with the elements of the moment. That is when you are in your centre of power. What is naked to me. Here is an example of someone I think …

academic makes  naked brexit protest

Brexit leaves Britain naked’: Cambridge academic stages nude protest against outcome of EU referendum A Cambridge academic walked in naked at a meeting at the Faculty of Economics in protest against the results of the EU referendum. Victoria Bateman had written on her breasts and stomach ‘Brexit leaves Britain naked’. The academic arrived at the faculty’s meeting last Wednesday where director of studies across all the university’s colleges as around 30 economists discussed teaching material and courses. read more – Source: The Telegragh

science and clothes free living

The Scientific Reasons Why You Should Just Always Be Naked Show a man with a gun… it’s called action. Show a man with a dick… it’s called indecent. There’s something wrong with the way Americans have come to accept almost every aspect of the human condition except for the most natural one. We’ve accepted guns, drugs and violence, yet refuse to accept bare breasts and genitalia. Put a man killing and raping women in a movie and it may go on to win an Oscar. Put a naked woman on the screen, and it won’t be allowed a nomination (take “Blue is the Warmest Color” for example). We’ve become so desensitized to everything, but the one thing that makes us human. We’ve come to accept almost every negative aspect of human nature, yet refuse to condone the most natural state a human being can be — the nude. With the recent craze of the health benefits of sleeping naked, I couldn’t help but wonder if there were more benefits we’re missing out on by always …

Living in the frenzied times that we do, dining naked and without smartphones is surprisingly pleasant

I checked out London’s naked restaurant and now I’m converted to eating in the nude Located in a disused pub south of the river (the organiser asked me not to be more specific, presumably fearing some kind of naked flash mob), the vibe was very much ‘spa at a luxury hotel’ as I walk in, with guests in bathrobes lounging in a dimly lit bar that is all tree trunk tables, bamboo and candles. After changing and putting our clothes in lockers, my friend and I are led by a similarly naked waitress into the restaurant space, which is a winding hallway with little circular booths branching off, some shared, some private, depending on your level of comfort. Neither of us are particularly fazed by being naked around others (we say we’re good to share a booth but end up on a table for two) and frankly in 2016 it seems pretty childish to be, but the nudity aspect really isn’t that overwhelming – the space being so dark that passing figures are mostly silhouettes. …

four ways to feel comfortable naked from allure 

4 Ways to Feel More Comfortable Being Naked We all know a “naked person.” Like that dude who always seemed to be streaking across the quad. Or the woman who can’t stop parading around the locker room. The rest of us—those who like towels&mash;can crib some of their confidence. Here are four ways to warm yourself up to feeling way more comfortable being naked. Dance around your bedroom.  read more – Source: Allure curator’s note  This article has some very reasonable, no sensational non titillating tips for getting comfortable in your own skin. Easy, fast and well worth it read.  

What People Who Are Naked Have To Know

To be naked is to make a choice. The choice is to not wear clothes.To be naked is be vulnerable. A person who is naked is, implicitly, saying “See me. All of me.” Of course, just by being naked a person isn’t revealing everything about who they are. A person is more than their body. But a person who is naked is more vulnerable physically and, I would say, more vulnerable emotionally, than a person who is clothed.Vulnerable physically: A person’s entire body is exposed. Including their sensitive reproductive organs/orifices.Vulnerable emotionally: For example: A person who is naked wonders “Are people seeing me? Or are people only seeing my penis/vagina/abs/legs/waist/biceps Source: What People Who Are Naked Have To Know


Justin Bieber is still showing us his body, with this shot. It is said that he wore nothing, side note I’m jealous of everyone on that shoot. Even though you see that he comfortable about bei… Source: HE REALLY DOESN’T CARE Curator’s note: Justin Beiber getting naked again why should I care