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John P:


If you need a reminder of the original:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dance_(Matisse)

From https://www.newyorker.com/cartoons/daily-cartoon/thursday-april-9th-social-distance-dance

jbeegoode:
A new dance craze! I'm thinking back to those Helenic, pagan dances that the early nudists would do. A sort of ballet in a circle. Scouring for video of it online, I bumped into this from Cosmopolitan magazine, a major social influence, which is good PR for a nude lifestyle:
https://www.cosmopolitan.com/style-beauty/fashion/advice/g3702/30-things-to-do-naked/

I just spent too much time looking for one of those videos of the 1930's German nudists dancing. Anybody have an idea what I'm talking about? Where they went to.
Jbee




Greenbare Woods:
"Social Distance" is very inhuman.   

nuduke:

--- Quote from: jbeegoode on June 18, 2020, 07:34:12 PM ---A new dance craze! I'm thinking back to those Helenic, pagan dances that the early nudists would do. A sort of ballet in a circle. Scouring for video of it online, I bumped into this from Cosmopolitan magazine, a major social influence, which is good PR for a nude lifestyle:
https://www.cosmopolitan.com/style-beauty/fashion/advice/g3702/30-things-to-do-naked/

I just spent too much time looking for one of those videos of the 1930's German nudists dancing. Anybody have an idea what I'm talking about? Where they went to.
Jbee

--- End quote ---
I read the link - very vacuous - just says 'everything is better naked'.  Well we know that!!!! :D
John

jbeegoode:
Hey Nuduke! DF and I are online right now. Howdy!
Jbee

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