It’s taken way too long to get here, but the full report on Naked Experiment session #2 is finally complete and available on Amazon.
We got six people together, three women and three men, with ages ranging from 22 to 52, to try out a range of situations involving casual nudity. These included:
- Someone being chosen at random to be the first one naked and the group watching them take off all their clothes.
- A person is given the opportunity to strip any one person naked.
- Participants voting on who should be naked, then watching that person undress.
- Everyone given the option to get naked together.
- A presentation where the presenter is presenting their own naked body.
- An outdoor fully-naked challenge for one participant.
- …And more!
There are also short interviews with the participants after the session and each participant had the opportunity to pose for a souvenir photo where they are completely naked and the rest of the group is fully clothed (photos NOT shown in the report for privacy reasons).
The report is available as a Kindle publication. Don’t worry, you don’t need a Kindle to read it. The free Kindle app is available on PC, Mac, Web, Android, Windows Phone and iOS so almost every portable device is covered.
Download the report here.
The legislation, originally planned to come into force in April 2018, but repeatedly altered, delayed and rubbished by technology experts and privacy campaigners. There were so many holes in the planned implementation, easy ways to avoid the block and serious concerns over privacy, it was just a poorly thought-out mess.
Another problem that got less coverage in the press was the lack of a definition for “porn”. It seemed that any nudity or mature content was at risk of falling foul of the legislation.
Thankfully, common sense won the day.
More details here.
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.
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!
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!
Fancy a challenge in 2019? Curious about being naked with a lot of other people? Or just brave enough to get completely naked in public to raise some money for charity?
The Great British Skinny Dip is a great opportunity to get a taste of nudism, to push yourself out of your comfort zone and face the challenge of something fun and different.
Join the discussion of this event and meet others who are interested in taking part here. Alternatively, find which event is taking place nearest you here.
The Great British Skinny Dip is a project run by British Naturism.
The NakedExperiment concept took several years to develop into the website that it is today. The media likes to present the world as either mainstream or porn, with nothing in between, but we all know that’s not what the world is like. Lots of us, probably most, either like to see people naked, be seen naked or both. It can be art, a challenge, a bit of cheeky fun, exhibitionism or a mix of these.
It’s fun to experiment, stretch your boundaries, explore a curiosity or sometimes just push your limits and challenge yourself to step out of your comfort zone. This is what this community is all about, but it took a while to get here. If you are interested in seeing a selection of videos which inspired the creation of this community, we’ve put together the key videos in a collection that you can buy, download and keep for just $8.95 (roughly £7). Any money raised from this collection goes towards the running costs of this community.
Find out more here.
Here’s an interesting nudity project that took place in Bristol, UK, this Thursday (15th November). Artist Claudio Ahlers recruited eight volunteers to appear naked in Corner 77, a venue in the Stokes Croft area of the city. The eight participants prepared themselves in private prior to being unveiled to the passing public outside.
The artist said the aim of the project was a celebration of common humanity, to show people of varying ages as their genuine selves. As is often the way, male participants completely outnumbered their female counterparts. Even though male nudity seems far more likely to cause offence, women are still less likely to be brave or confident enough to be seen naked in public.
To quote the artist, “Yes, nudity is often considered shocking but it has power and shared humility. Vulnerability shows our genuine selves.”
It would be nice to find out about such installations and events before they happen for once! If you hear about any naked events, please let us know ASAP.