Naked Came the Strangers

An intriguing look at how our perceptions of nudity have evolved over the past fifty years – from Woodstock to Burning Man. The author chronicles some of the nuanced points, such as the proliferation of body ink, and more recent trends to legalize breastfeeding in public, or the more assertive “Free the Nipple” campaign.

In any event, sometimes I wonder if I was born a generation to late for my nudity loving soul…

[You may need to pay for a small subscription fee to the New York Times to read this piece, though it’s well worth it as they frequently feature thoughtful articles about social nudity.]

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FOR MORE RATIONAL THOUGHTS ABOUT SOCIAL NUDITY, VISIT MY OTHER BLOG:

THE MEANDERING NATURIST


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