The Most Recent Naked News Brought To You Personally By FKK

In this naked news roundup, we’ve got some stories on unclothed beach controversy, states that haven’t legalized public breastfeeding, and why some individuals can’t stand to see happy, fat people.
– Among The best means for a naturist business to triumph will be to rank #1 among all similar local companies, and textile. The clothes-optional Clover Spa & Hotel was ranked as the best hotel in Birmingham, UK on Trivago (hotel comparison website). [Birmingham Mail]
– A look at trekking nude and soaking in clothes-optional hot springs on Orient Land Trust in Colorado. [Active Naturists]
– An unofficial nude beach in South Okanagan, Canada called Three Mile Beach may lose its clothes-optional status as a result of complaints from nearby residents new to the region. The playa itself is on public property and has been clothing-optional for over 50 years. Local naturists say that residents understood about the bare beach before purchasing property next to it. Naturally the opponents have already been making claims of lewd / sexual behavior on the plage. There’s an internet petition to save the plage, currently at 843 signatures and needing at least 1,000. It is not comprehensive or well-written, but it’s wise to sign and show support! (Even should youn’t live in the region.)
Naked Stories
– Last week, inadvertently caused it to be legal for babes to send each other naked pictures. This can be likely temporary, but it is not really clear why this needs to be prohibited in the first place. [Slate]
– Florida legislature a Boy Scout leader in San Diego took his troop on a hike that went through a naked beach called Black’s Beach. This was all over the news with plenty of drama created by one distressed parent. You’ll believe the children were exposed to nuclear waste, as opposed to merely the sight of naked bodies. The scout leader’s superiors and other parents have stood by him and say the foray onto the naked beach was unintentional and quickly corrected. No matter what really happened, it seems pretty clear that no children were hurt by any nude people. [UT San Diego]
Breastfeeding and Topfree Equality
– Breastfeeding in public should already be legal everywhere in the U.Sbut it’s not! Virginia only passed a law to ensure it is legal. Now it is South Dakota and Idaho’s move, the two remaining states where the law doesn’t protect public breastfeeding. [13 News Now]
– Chelsea Handler has become a genuine spokesperson for topfree equality. “I don’t comprehend why nipples are nudity,” she said in an Elle interview. But she also made some debatable comments, like “Yes, no one should reveal their vagina.” Chelsea, do you not see the contradiction in asking for the right to exhibit the human body as you desire, while denying others’ right to do precisely the same? Get it together. [Elle]
Body Image
– Plus-size model and body-positive activist Tess Munster lately became the first model of her size (22) to sign with a major service. This really is astounding news. Plus-size agency models usually are at least 5’8″ tall and size 8 – 16. A couple of years past, Tess began the effort / hashtag #effyourbeautystandards to motivate others to accept and see themselves as beautiful at any size. [NY Daily News]
– Some folks can’t stand the fact that Tess is a fat, happy fashion model. Her place in the spotlight has draw in its reasonable share of hateful remarks, judgment and criticism. Jes at the Militant Baker examines why folks appear to loathe happy, fat people so much. One of several good points: “People who love their bodies don’t try to purposefully make other people hate their own.” [The Militant Baker]
– Bryn Mawr University decided it wasn’t doing enough fat shaming of its “fat” pupils (based on BMI), so they emailed them all and invited them to enter a weight loss program. The pupils quickly made the school realize their error. [CBS News]
– Here’s an introduction to several prominent body-positive activists. [Mic]

– A Brief History Of Art Censorship From 1508 To 2014. Funny how we are still censoring art for exactly the same motives today. [HuffPost]
– THEMUSEUM in Ontario, Canada, can have a brand new display called “Getting Naked,” opening on March 7. They will be showcasing about a hundred unclothed of art from contemporary artists. The museum’s CEO David Marskell says, “This is a rare chance to not only see these incredible works of art, but also have a conversation about why Canadian culture shy’s away from nudity.” (Related: Read about stats from a survey estimating how many Canadians really do get nude.) [570 News]
– In the last roundup, we had “Things Girls Are Tired Are of Hearing About Their Bodies.” Now, we really get to hear from guys! Let us not forget that folks of all genders confront body image issues.
Oldie but Goodie
– An awesome body-positive mom talks about how social nudity (in this instance, at a Korean spa) opens one’s eyes to how varied people’s bodies really are. The only dilemma is her use of the word “nudist,” since a Korean spa just isn’t actually a naturist club. [HuffPost]
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