I imagine most barefooters have heard about “The Foot Film”. It is project attempting to make an independent film documentary about humans’ relationship between shoes and going barefoot.
It’s Indiegogo campaign has only 10 days left, so this is a reminder to go there and donate to help this film become a reality.
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Although I’ve been a naturist since my late teens, most of my naturist activities were either on naturist holidays or at home. However 2 years ago I presented myself in public to promote naturism/acceptance of nudity and tried to find other females to join me only to find that although there are plenty of naturist men in the public domain & on social media, the females are very hard to find. I have been asked the question “Why are there not more females into naturism in the UK?” quite a number of times, so I decided to give it some thought and write something to let you ponder over! So this post is about what I believe might be the reasons for this imbalance.
I do not claim to be an expert but being a female I feel I can shed some light on this. There are some people who have deeper understanding…
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Also, some we’ve shot with modern-day equipment, but still eschewing color for a classical look.
Eat your heart out, Ansel Adams.
So here’s something that gripes me a bit. I hope I don’t step on anyone’s toes, or other parts! Here’s the thing. Why is it that guys seem to think that when they take a picture of themselves, they have to have the schlong profile?
When women share their picture, it is usually something nice. It might be them walking in the woods or in a field. We don’t have spread-eagle genitalia shots. That is usually for a different kind of website!
Here’s a picture of us.
Guys, on the other hand, seem to feel the need to prove that they have not been emasculated. In fact, sometimes we even get to see that said appendage is functional, or at least partly so.
Now I have no problem with the human body. I can view male and female forms in a nudist club, a private gathering, or…
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My Feathers are ruffled and my inner women’s rights activist is pissed.
I was politely added to the skycald naked yoga group in Boston per my request and then told I would not be able to participate in classes because of my woman’s body, meaning I have a vulva. I was told by the instructor ‘women “complicate” things.’ What I am hearing in that is that, we can’t be bothered to evolve our facilitation skills to hold space for a mix gendered group. The group write up prides itself on being naturist based with naturist values and to not have a focus on sex or a sexual experience. It is a listed as a group for ‘people’ not just men who practice naked yoga. At least be transparent that you’re a men’s group.
A couple of things come up for me in…
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