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Looks interesting. Wonder how the show is going to kick people out till there is a winner
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Off-Topic Talk / Re: What do you regret not doing?
« Last post by NakedShadow on August 17, 2018, 11:41:15 pm »
Aw man so much. But I guess that as a kid you learn and live from those mistakes.
A more recent adult regret is letting this cute korean girl with a nice behind not be my girlfriend. I just let her go sigh.
Another college regret is not taking 4 years of japanese instead of the 1 year all because I was following a degree that I didn't even follow through with
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Music and Concerts / Re: What are you listening to?
« Last post by NudistMetalHead on August 17, 2018, 10:23:32 pm »
RIP Jill Janus

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Introductions (Mandatory) / Re: i am Fenja :)
« Last post by Ivan 01 on August 17, 2018, 10:11:20 pm »
Hi
Welcome to Teenz section
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Looks like this was filmed in 2011 but has not been distributed yet. The distributer says on YouTube comments that they are looking at options as of a week ago.



Naked in America
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1861388/

Naked in America (2011)


Naked In America: The powerful real-life, compelling and controversial story documents the experiences of four average American couples as they shed their clothes and inhibition for a week at a luxury nudist resort. The catch? It's their first time at a nudist resort! By capturing the reactions of this diverse group to the taboo-defying environment, we investigate in depth the American attitudes towards the naked human form and to each other, as they must learn to confront and overcome their fears and anxiety. The unprecedented "tell it like it is" Documentary gives a new voice and spirit to the maligned nudist community.





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Awesome article!
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Author of the article Radhika Sanghani explains how she got into nude beaches

https://www.standard.co.uk/lifestyle/why-i-now-love-nudist-beaches-a3907681.html

Bare necessities: why I now love nudist beaches

While living in Barcelona, Radhika Sanghani has made it her mission to visit as many as she can this summer

    Radhika Sanghani
    Thursday 9 August 2018 14:27




I’m ON a beach on the Costa Brava. The sand is smooth and white, the sea is turquoise and clear, and there is naked flesh everywhere.

It is impossible to escape. There are families running around with bits dangling, older couples with lined folds and bronzed women slathering their bodies in factor 30. No matter where I turn I’m confronted with bums and boobs.

The sight is overwhelming. I have never seen so much nudity. In my normal London life the closest I get to public undressing is in the yoga changing rooms, or the occasional topless sunbathing session at the Hampstead ladies’ pond — where you have to put your bikini back on before you go for a swim.



In Spain that would be unthinkable: everyone goes topless on the beach, even when it’s in the centre of Barcelona. Most major beaches across the 8,000km coastline have dedicated nudist areas. Locals think nothing of stripping off on their balconies for a quick siesta/sunbathe, or skinny-dipping in a river mid-hike. As one friend told me — while standing naked at the top of a waterfall with families swimming below — “Estamos en España!” (no one cares).


Unfortunately, I care. I am new to Spain, having moved here to spend the summer in Barcelona, and while I’m in awe of my friends’ liberated lives I’m still adjusting. Which is why they’re all sunbathing naked I’m clinging onto my bikini.

I’m too self-conscious to whip them off — but at the same time I’ve overly-conscious of the fact that I’m one of the only people on this beach who doesn’t have their bum out.

I decide to start by embracing the topless life (baby steps) and take in my surroundings. I’ve never seen such a variety of bodies — or pubic hair styles. There are women with huge, sagging breasts. Women with flat chests. Men and women with large, round, oval, pointy, dark, light nipples. One woman eats her ice cream naked in the sea. Her friends join her.

It feels like the IRL version of scrolling through body-positive accounts on Instagram. None of these bodies look like Gigi Hadid — and no one cares.

The acceptance of their bodies is infectious and I wonder why I’ve spent the whole day refusing to shed my bikini bottoms.



The following weekend I’m the first to suggest a trip to another nudist beach. This time, I strip off before anyone else and dive straight into the sea. It feels amazing — there’s a childish freedom of swimming naked, and I wonder what I was so scared of.

Looking at my body in the water I start to appreciate its physical functionality in a way I haven’t for years. I forget that it’s unusual to be naked in public and find myself engaging in small-talk with strangers.


There is a moment when the wave of self-consciousness comes back. An attractive man comes up to chat to me in the sea and I realise we’re flirting in the buff. But he’s so relaxed about it (he’s Spanish) that I forget to find it weird that he’s seen me naked before we’ve even exchanged numbers.

If anything it feels empowering. I make it my mission to go to as many playas nudistas as I can this summer.

I no longer scrutinise my body so much, wishing it was more toned and sculpted. I don’t bother packing a bikini for the beach and I don’t worry about waxes and stretch marks because no one here does. But, more importantly, I’ve recognised that the societal standard of being “tall, trim, toned” is dull. All bodies are beautiful — especially when they’re eating ice cream in their birthday suits.

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Music and Concerts / Re: What are you listening to?
« Last post by NudieDaniel on August 17, 2018, 03:52:31 am »
The Aretha Franklin song I knew the most RIP

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Introductions (Mandatory) / Re: I'm Carla
« Last post by Jrome on August 17, 2018, 03:28:36 am »
Howdy and welcome Carla. I too am very reserved about my passion for nudity. I reside in a small ranch town where nudity has very little support or even consideration. However, I receive a lot of pleasure from just being nude alone. There is a sense of freedom with nudity that I would like to share, but I have plenty of satisfaction with my own nudity any time and anywhere on my ranch. I encourage you to experience your own nudity whenever you can.
Ciao....JRome
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North America / Re: Hiking Naked in Pennsylvania: What Are the Nudity Laws In PA?
« Last post by Marzipan on August 17, 2018, 03:00:53 am »
@Merritt85 i think if you found a secluded spot in your area, you would be fine. I've gone hiking in nature preservations where i knew noone would be around. If you're out in the middle of the woods and someone sees you, i don't think that a reasonable person call the authorities.


https://statelaws.findlaw.com/pennsylvania-law/pennsylvania-indecent-exposure-laws.html


In Pennsylvania, it is against the law to commit indecent exposure. Indecent exposure occurs if a person exposes his or her genitals in any public place or in any place where other people are present in circumstances that he or she knows or should know that the exposure will likely offend or alarm others.


Indecent exposure generally includes exposing one's private parts (genitals) in public, but can also include situations where someone is in their own home but exposing themselves to others. Having consensual sexual intercourse in a public place may result in indecent exposure charges, specifically if genitals are clearly exposed, but it most likely would be charged as "open lewdness."


One commits an act of open lewdness (a third-degree misdemeanor) if "he does any lewd act which he knows is likely to be observed by others who would be affronted or alarmed."


While there has been some controversy over the public exposure of female breasts, this is generally not considered indecent -- mothers who breastfeed their children, for example, are free to do so in public. Additionally, exposing one's underwear is not considered an indecent act
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