According to recent statistics, more than half of Britain’s population have some level of an exhibitionist streak. That varies from thinking mooning is cheeky fun to full-on nudism. In everyday life, most of us don’t get to be naked in front of other people or see other people naked. Most of the population miss out on that experience for most of their lives.
NakedExperiment.com’s Naked Experiments have been running for some time but now we are opening up the application form again so more people can apply to take part in this exciting and naked opportunity.
In order to avoid applicants who have no intention of attending an event in real life (that happens a lot), the application page is only open to Naked Experiment Community Supporters this time.
I believe that a range of fun or cheeky nudity in game shows on television would help get many more people used to seeing people naked. In turn, that should make nudity, partial or full, less shocking and more acceptable. If everyone saw naked bodies as a normal, human thing and not something to be offended by, the world would be a better place.
The Coach and Horse, a pub in Soho, London, believed to be the first and only pub in the country to have a nudist licence, is under threat of takeover by one of the large chain brands. I think it’s safe to say that a national chain is not going to go along with naked events!
A full account of the first Naked Experiment experiment session is now available. Six people (three woman and three men) of various ages, get together for a series of experiments involving nudity in various ways and combinations. What will each of them think of being the only person naked in a group, letting someone else strip them naked, everyone being naked or having to stay naked when everyone else gets dressed?
This is the account of 7 situations involving nudity for one, some or all of the group, interviews afterwards and conclusions drawn from the results. 40+ pages of description with diagrams but no photos.
Well, who would have guessed it?! In this feature video from BBC News Online, the trainee dancers explain why they do it and all the benefits they gain from taking part. Sounds like it is both physically and mentally good for them and should be encouraged!