Moira Johnston is an activist who is well known for raising awareness among New Yorkers about the right for women to be topless in public. During her routine walk around Union Square, she explains her past and what she does.
The Body Issue is an edition of ESPN The Magazine that featured over 30 athletes in nude and semi-nude photographs. It reached newsstands on October 9, 2009. It attempts to rival Sports Illustrated′s Swimsuit Issue. The issue was a response to the decline in advertising spending resulting from the financial crisis of 2007–2010 and late-2000s recession that saw a 24% decline in ad revenues for the first six months of 2009 compared to the same six-month period in 2008.
The 2009 edition had six alternative covers featuring Serena Williams (tennis), Carl Edwards (NASCAR), Adrian Peterson (NFL), Dwight Howard (NBA), Gina Carano (mixed martial arts) and Sarah Reinertsen (triathlons). The Serena Williams edition sold the most copies. The 2009 issue was a financial success, achieving double the normal edition sales, greater sales than any bi-weekly issue in over two years, and 35% more ad sales than comparable issues, which led to plans for extended marketing of the 2010 edition.
The edition included the regular sports coverage. In the bodies section athletes were featured on and off the field. Even a picture during a knee surgery was included. The “Bodies We Want” section was a feature of the best bodies in the world of sports all posed nude but with strategic coverage of private parts. Another section showed the damage done to the human body in athletics such as Laird Hamilton's cracked heel and Torry Holt's crooked middle finger. One action photo captured six members of Major League Soccer's D.C. United simulating a free kick defensive wall while covering their genitalia.
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Share with Alison Brown & Charlie Simonds the planning of this film at Britain’s oldest naturist club, Spielplatz, where they select April and Sammy as members of their team. And then it’s off to the sunshine of the Greek Mediterranean and Crete to discover Kalypso Cretan Village. Here they meet up with French friends, Jocelyne and Regis, before the film investigates why this fabulous naturist resort has become so popular. http://dlvr.it/363p9r
Listen to internet radio with applecapitalgroup on Blog Talk RadioLife of A Nudist with Deb Bowen Caliente Spa and Resort is our topic on The Core Business Show with Tim Jacquet. A nudist lifestyle is often misunderstood by people who do not partake in the lifestyle. It’s hard to fathom that anyone would want to walk around and live their daily lives not wearing clothes. Really all nudism or clothing optionalism is, is a lifestyle choice. Nudists enjoy the same activities and experiences as anyone else, just without clothes. Deb Bowen, PR Coordinator at Caliente Clothing Optional Resort is here to discuss the life of a nudist and take the myths out the lifestyle. Source: blogtalkradio.com http://dlvr.it/31JMhW
(Subscribe to TheGreatNude.tv to see ALL the images and videos from Miami!) Artist/Publisher Jeffrey Wiener tours the art fairs of Miami during Art Basel Week, 2012. Video of openings of the Red Dot Art Fair, Art Miami Art Fair and Art Expo Art Fair includes art works and photography featuring The Nude. http://dlvr.it/31DXtX
A nude street protest was held a few days before the ban on public nudity was to take effect (February 1st).
On the steps of San Francisco’s City Hall, local nudist gathered to express their disapproval. Lead by local activist Mercedes and Gypsy Taub. http://dlvr.it/315kSw Original article canfound @ inaked.co.uk