Colorful Naked Bodies on Two Wheels

OnTheirBikes_91 It’s remarkable how nudity yields a different perspective by the general population during a World Naked Bike Ride in the U.S.  In the hundreds of photos posted online you see far more spectators than bike riders, all of them grinning and/or snapping smart phone pictures. Suddenly the nude human body is as innocuous as all naturists know it to be. Obviously these are healthy events.OnTheirBikes_92 Another event that’s gaining popularity is naked 5k runs. These are scheduled at nudist resorts all over the country. I recently went to one here in Texas. Great fun. It’s quite an experience to be situated in the middle of a couple hundred naked people. Many non-nudist runners have placed trying it on their bucket lists. I met a few there. Great way to promote body acceptance and naturism.OnTheirBikes_92a .

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Painted Skin … Adventurous Men

I’ve never had the good fortune of attending an event where everyone gets naked and paints their bodies. I feel like I have missed something. I missed Woodstock too. It looks like great fun and many of the participants get quite creative with paint and brush. The Summer Solstice Parades in various west coast cities are some of the most popular. We may have a good economy here in Texas, but as far as seeing a Summer Solstice parade take place, I’ll not hold my breath.

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