The idea is simple: Between 4 and 6 brave volunteers are posted in a gallery and everyone gets 24 hours to vote for whoever they want to lose an item of clothing. At the end of 24 hours, the participant with the most votes loses an item of clothing and the next round begins. Everyone who didn’t lose the previous round, keeps their votes, the winner’s votes are reset to zero. Then the voting begins again!
The challenge isn’t over until at least one participant is stripped COMPLETELY naked!
If you are daring enough to risk losing all your clothes in our community site, further instructions are available here.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.