In our enlightened modern world which celebrates multicultural diversity it is not too much to ask to have complete freedom of dress for reasons of religion, culture and personal belief. …but Why Nude? ￼The World Naked Bike Rides have shown that this celebration of diversity has indeed extended, at least in part, to embrace social nudity … Read more
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Bernard Boase describes a hike along the south-west coast of England. What we all are is unavoidable: naked apes. Yet we choose to clothe ourselves, and then judge states of dress and undress as if they were acts. What clothing we wear is, of course, a matter of choice and often makes a statement about the … Read more
A selection of easy reading from the Naktiv bookshelf for the winter. Pull up a chair by the fire, and let yourself go: WNBR, Naked Hiking, Randonue, Why Nude? and more
In the great wandering tradition of Bill Bryson, Louis Theroux and Jon Ronson, journalist Mark Haskell Smith strips down the world of social nudism in a hilarious, wildly entertaining and profoundly enlightening book about those who renounce clothing and embrace what lies beneath. Available on Amazon