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Free Range Naturism / Re: The Secret Naturist Handbook
« Last post by jbeegoode on September 17, 2021, 06:38:43 PM »
Just being out was prohibitive. I'm just flashing back here as I write, remembering walking down the middle of Mingus Rd. late at night in Michigan with girlfriend and dropping my shorts, all that I wore. It felt outrageous and ultimate liberation.

It was freeing to do something "crazy." Jumping out of constrictions, out of conventional uniform. That was part of hippie garb back when. It was different and naked was just one more bold step. I had a friend that wore a "Who" style jumpsuit always. If anyone of us said anything, he would jump right out of it, just for the excitement, the "crazy" proudly the "freak." To freak in "uptight" conventional world, to be free of social convention, not to be robots of commercial fashion, to experiment, was cool.

It wasn't rebellious, or anti-social, or doing the opposite, the "anti.". It was a liberation, we felt a rejection of repression, throwing off the shackles, the expectations, the mindless conformity that was a part of the draft, the blind patriotism, the boring channeled road of life that was being thrust upon youthful expression and true freedom.

It was an expression of individualism, thumbing a nose at the anti-social and instead just turning our backs on it and doing what we felt good doing, either in dress, or the ultimate non-fashion just naked.

My guru once, or twice said, "Life is a process of unlearning." That would include all convention that we are taught at an early age, questioning authority, the stuff children are molded to. That opens the doors to infinite possibilities in consciousness and experience.

Quite a lot wrapped around the act of dropping trousers in the street in a most spirited manner.

Right-arm!
Jbee

 
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Trip reports / Re: Nude Across America Pt. 5: Green Aliens Everywhere
« Last post by jbeegoode on September 17, 2021, 05:53:58 PM »
Having personally participated in an autopsy at the museum (see picture)  ;), you could be correct Bob. But there still ain't no genitals to hide.

It also looks like my two pals that I bumped into out in the Tucson Mountains, the one sitting down in the picture may have saggy pants.

It is true that people seeing possible nudes assume that there is clothing when they aren't sure. Perhaps it is also that naturists assume that eveything, other than conventional people is naked?

The one in the autopsy looked as though it had been skinned alive.
Jbee
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Trip reports / Re: Nude Across America Pt. 5: Green Aliens Everywhere
« Last post by Bob Knows on September 17, 2021, 01:58:16 PM »
At least the “aliens” were naked even if you couldn’t be!

I always assumed that aliens were depicted as being covered in some kind of body suit, like a space suit but more form fitting.  Perhaps for protection on a planet with a different atmosphere.  Even the "bug" eyes look like goggles of some kind. 
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Free Range Naturism / Re: The Secret Naturist Handbook
« Last post by Bob Knows on September 17, 2021, 01:53:35 PM »
Sneaking is great fun. We used to sneak around after curfew, sneak out of the house at night.  Older, we used to go down to the border and sneak across back and forth for kicks. Intoxicated back in the 80's, we walked naked through the suburban neighborhood late at night. It was scary, our perception of the circumstance and the law made it so. Taking risks is like gambling, fun, but nekkid, there is no money to gain and the risk can be high stakes in some states.
Jbee

When I was 13 or so I sometimes would need to "sneak" out of the house late at night to run naked through the neighborhood.  Watch the floorboard with the squeak.  Open and close the side door slowly.   

Being out in the neighborhood naked at night was a thrill in mid summer when it was warm and we were young.  I went to the nearby park.  I went three blocks to the elementary school, walked around the High School.  Hid behind trees or bushes when a car drove past (rare). 

Part of the excitement was because we were doing something prohibited.  Mostly it just felt so good to be naked in the world.   
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Free Range Naturism / Re: Naked on the Subway.
« Last post by Bob Knows on September 17, 2021, 01:45:09 PM »
Unfortunately I can't see these videos as they up a screen saying adult content and require a login and I don't do vimeo and I don't really want yet another account and login etc. to add to the 3 myriads I already have!  Any hacking suggestions? :)
John

I won't get a membership to You-Tube, but I am now a member of Vimeo.   I have to keep a multiple page list of accounts and passwords. 
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Suggestions / Re: HACK! Selling faked Covid cards!
« Last post by Karla on September 17, 2021, 10:12:08 AM »
Yes thanks for informing me of the spammer. I do check in to see if anyone has posted spam but if it looks like I have missed anything then feel free to PM me.

Hopefully the forum isn't going to become a target for spammers now they know it exists. If so I'll have to start moderating the first post.
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General Naturism Discussion / Re: Where does it end? Old clothing
« Last post by jbeegoode on September 17, 2021, 08:55:14 AM »
 Yes, keep 'em caged up to protect us from the wild and dangerous. And here I am attempting to open the gates allowing them to get out and get us all!
jbee
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General Naturism Discussion / Re: Daily picture
« Last post by jbeegoode on September 17, 2021, 08:51:59 AM »
Yea, fewer postings from the regulars. I suspect that John P. has been out of town, missed his wife and they have been cozying up in a secret lair, somewhere in teh hills of Mass. I miss his posts.
Jbee
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Naturism & Art / Re: Cover Girl!
« Last post by jbeegoode on September 17, 2021, 08:48:47 AM »
Cool, we're on our way. Not this year, probably not next, hopefully, the next, on our way to Greece.
Jbee
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Suggestions / Re: HACK! Selling faked Covid cards!
« Last post by jbeegoode on September 17, 2021, 08:46:01 AM »
Looks like it was lifted out. Thank-you Karla!
Jbee
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