Nice article by Rachel Manteuffel about nudity in theater from the Washington Post. It caught my eye because the photo of the author looks like it could have come from my Bare As You Dare: Radical Body Acceptance Workshop, which I’ll be taking to Dartmouth University next week. More on that later.
Also by Jess Herman, “The Naked Truth.”
One of my favorite things currently in existence is The Outdoor Co-ed Topless Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society. It’s a group of ladies in New York City who take advantage of the their state’s laws allowing women to be topless anywhere that men are by (among other things) gathering in public parks to read books, topless. After all, is a right that no one exercises really a right?
As someone who’s always looking for new and different clothing optional events to attend and produce, this entry about a meeting they hosted at Azya Wine & Chocolate Bar was near and dear to my heart. Rock on, ladies.
I’ve been saying for years that religious conservatives (whether they will publicly admit it or not) see the writing on the was about marriage equality for same sex couples and are already sharpening their knives for polyamory. Case in point: