Protests suppressed with violence

In times past there were protests against cynical technological improvements from the working population which were suppressed with immediate violence. Never forget that the people in power would be happy

One, Two, Free! An introduction text.

Just because I’m naked does NOT mean you have to be! From the introduction to One, Two, Free! Can nudism ever be acceptable to mainstream society? The nudist movement, whether we

En nouveaux Livre Randonue

En nouveaux Livre Randonue. Vous vous demandez peut-être si vous devez vous y mettre, et aussi commentet où commencer ? Vous êtes peut-être déjà un randonneur naturiste,curieux des expériences d’autres

Why Nude? by Howard Anderson

In our enlightened modern world which celebrates multicultural diversity it is not too much to ask to have complete freedom of dress for reasons of religion, culture and personal belief. …but

The World Naked Bike Ride book Thunderclap campaign

You can support the World Naked Bike Ride book Thunderclap campaign, (and tell your friends!) Many thanks for all your support, let’s make this happen! Originally posted 2017-05-16 07:16:37.

Why the “dressing down”, officer?

Bernard Boase describes a hike along the south-west coast of England. What we all are is unavoidable: naked apes. Yet we choose to clothe ourselves, and then judge states of dress

The Naktiv bookshelf

A selection of easy reading from the Naktiv bookshelf for the winter. Pull up a chair by the fire, and let yourself go: WNBR, Naked Hiking, Randonue, Why Nude? and more

Naked At Lunch: The Adventures of a Reluctant Nudist

In the great wandering tradition of Bill Bryson, Louis Theroux and Jon Ronson, journalist Mark Haskell Smith strips down the world of social nudism in a hilarious, wildly entertaining and

My first naked hike

The hike started. We left the car park and after a couple of hundred metres we turned off down a path into the wood ahead. After the first corner, the

Never mind Shakespeare…

It is clear that our lives are defined by the space between the two camps of; firstly, our thoughts on our own actions; and secondly, by our fear of what