These past few weeks have seen a number of news stories which have suggested a disturbing aspect to some individuals involvement in the naturist world, and have shown why we, as legitimate naturists, need to be vigilant and keen to defend our lifestyle…
Clover Spa’s Ladies-and-Couples-only Weekend: Great Idea or Discriminatory Minefield?
…when they give you only 25 minutes for lunch you have to hustle…
I’m not a photographer and I’ve never been to Salisbury in my life.
I assume you mean the photo of two naked ladies outside a Tesco store in Salusbury, England. That is just one of hundreds of photos I, and countless others, have revblogged on Tumblr in order to show nudity as fun, positive (and sometimes a little subversive).
You would have to ask the person who took the photo that question and sadly I don’t know who they are.
Fired for doing porn: The new employment discrimination - Salon.com http://www.salon.com/2013/09/30/fired_for_doing_porn_the_new_employment_discrimination/
“Stacie Halas, an Oxnard, Calif., middle school teacher who went by the professional name of Tiffany Six, is the most recent example of this phenomenon. A science teacher at Haydock Intermediate School, Halas was fired after students found one of her videos on the Internet. When she fought her termination in court, her appeal was denied by a three-judge panel, one of whom wrote in a 46-page statement that “the ongoing availability of her pornographic materials on the Internet will continue to impede [Halas] from being an effective teacher and respected colleague.””
Hotel hosts Birmingham’s only nude Halloween party - Birmingham Mail http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/local-news/hotel-hosts-birminghams-only-nude-6263248
The difference between public and private law – on a beach near me | UK Human Rights Blog http://ukhumanrightsblog.com/2013/11/01/the-difference-between-public-and-private-law-on-a-beach-near-me/