Are you brave enough to let the community vote off your clothes??
The NakedExperiment.com community is running another “Vote Off Their Clothes Challenge”. It’s a fun competition that entertains community members, attracts new members to the community and is a bit of daring fun for those who are brave enough to let everyone vote their clothes off.
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 detailed written account of the third Naked Experiment session is finally out on Amazon.
Five members of a women’s amateur netball team, aged between 36 and 45 needed help preparing for a naked fund-raising calendar. The rest of the team were happy to take part in the calendar shoot, but these five lacked the body confidence and wanted help overcoming their shyness.
Follow their progress as they tackle ten challenges that lead them gradually from shyness to nudity. This written description includes introducing the participants, the challenges, interviews afterwards and conclusions drawn from the results. 80+ pages of transcripts and descriptions, with location diagrams but no photos.
Download the full document or a free sample from Amazon UK or Amazon US.
Sorry to disappoint everyone again, but the written report for Naked Experiment Session #2 is still not complete. There are two reasons for this. Firstly, lack of time. I run this site, and the community here, entirely as a hobby. I have a full-time job to pay the mortgage and work is particularly busy for me in the lead up to Christmas. Grabbing spare time to work on the write up keeps getting harder. Secondly, the second experiment session was longer than the first and, because we were more efficient, we got a lot more done too. There’s simply a lot more to write up.
It will be done soon. I’m about 7/8ths of the way through it now. There will be a big announcement here, in the community and on Twitter when it’s ready to download.
In the meantime, if you haven’t seen the full report on the first experiment, you can see it HERE. Download a free sample any computer, Kindle, Windows Mobile device, Android device or iOS device. Don’t forget – if more people download report #1, it increases the incentive for me to get report #2 finished!
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.
It’s that time of year again! Now 7 years old, the annual North East Skinny Dip has taken place again in Druridge Bay in Northumberland, UK. Their most successful event yet saw 737 people braving the far-from-warm North Sea water to raise money for mental health charities. Next year we’ll try to announce it BEFORE it happens!
Find out more on the BBC News Online website.
Micky and Bee from campaign group ‘Free the Nipple’ explain what freedom means to them:
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!
Lots of people find it psychologically difficult to be naked in front of other people. It can be embarrassing, maybe even humiliating. Most of us experience being naked in front of other people at sports centre/swimming pool/gym locker rooms or during medical appointments, but those are situations where nudity is expected and very much the norm. In the former, it’s common for other people to be naked too which can make it much easier to cope with.
Getting completely naked in a situation where no-one would usually expect to be naked and/or where you are the only one naked and everybody else stays fully clothed can be much more embarrassing and harder to do.
Of course, there are many people out there who are not in the least bit shy, or outright enjoy being seen naked by others, but the majority still struggle with embarrassment and shyness. There are also people out there who get a thrill from the embarrassment.
In this photo, Demi has just experienced letting her friend Sarah strip her completely naked. I think it’s safe to say she found this embarrassing. Sarah seems to be enjoying it though!
(Photo courtesy of StripGameCentral.com.).