One can hope we will eventually posses space vehicles of such impressive size! I would refer to this as a Capital ship, flagship of the fleet, but maybe I am wrong and the artist’s conception was for something else. Could Earth one be governed by politicians based on a space fleet gone “rogue”, demanding compliance and tribute be paid to them in order to receive the fleet’s protection?
It probably would not be a leap of imagination to see this happen, especially if the politicians an military staff bring families up to live with them aboard these ships.
As I read a fiction story tonight, one line in the story “…and civil rights matters involving gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, transgender and absolute [naturist] rights.” inspired me to rethink the idea of “discovering” I was a nudist. Here is why: I have frequently written of discovering naturism in my late teens, but after reading this one sentence I feel compelled to approach the idea of “BECOMING” a nudist differently, and this may impact the ways in which we appeal for and pursue legal rights. Please consider this: If a person does not “become” gay, they simply achieve a realization of having been gay all their life, and a lesbian or bi-sexual person also arrives at a point in life where KNOWLEDGE and EXPERIENCE allow them to realize a “new” sexual orientation, this milestone does not mean they changed something about themselves.
So, maybe the simple fact is I was always a nudist (or naturist) and did not change a fundamental character trait, or personality aspect, I simply became educated enough to begin understanding the feelings I probably had all my life!
If the desire to BE nude, live nude, and share nude experiences with others is a basic part of the human experience, then it may very well be something entitled to legal standing.
Venus needed a pack of chewing gum, so she left the half shell and wandered over to the nearest convenient mart, which as it were, happened to be in France. (From the “After the Pose” series of commentaries on classical works of art. ~ “Well, it could happen…”)
Nudism Is For Everyone – Nudism is for anyone and everyone. It is humanity’s oldest and
most enduring fashion. The skin is beautiful and natural. We were all born in a
skin and our bodies are with us for life.
There are nudists of all
shapes and sizes, and all are welcome.
There are nudist tall
people and nudist short people.
There are nudist men and
women boys and girls.
There are nudist
families, couples, friends, and singles.
There are nudist
divorced, separated, and widowed people.
There are nudist adopted
There are nudist half
There are nudist
godparents and godchildren.
There are nudists of all
There are nudists of
different jobs and professions.
There are nudist heterosexuals, homosexuals, bisexuals, transgender people, and asexuals.
There are nudist
students, teachers, babysitters, construction workers, engineers, firefighters,
doctors, nurses, detectives, security guards, police officers, lawmakers,
lawyers, judges, politicians, celebrities, singers, musicians, butchers, chefs,
store managers, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, sweepers, inventors, scientists,
priests, bartenders, journalists, taxi drivers, pilots, train conductors,
famous and unknown people, activists, archivists, statisticians, athletes, and
artists. The list goes on and on.
Nudism is for all – from
newborns to 100+ year-olds.
Nudism is for all ages
and walks of life. And people of all ages and walks of life are nudists
The excellent thing is, everyone no matter who or what they are, are
accepted in nudism!
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this is so true
One pic from us found the way to this album.
The simplicity of social nudity, shared, has the ability to unite peoples if the world like nothing else! I believe it indicates: We are unarmed. We are undisguised. We put our bodies where once only words promised to go (putting us “into” a peaceful state of existence we have repeatedly promised to have or live with each other). We can accept the forms evolution, or G-d, or both have created, and we accept all these forms are capable of feeling, doing and enduring! ~ This is the essence of “nudity shared” peacefully in any setting at any time!
I suspect there are ways of living we imagine to be sexy and awesome, but that if we actually got to try those out, we would find the reality never matches the fantasy. ~ I know that is NOT true with Naturism and I guess this is the core of what I love about it! Every naturist experience I have had was better than I expected it to be.
Centauri4, “Naturism as a Way of Living” on tumblr
Helen Mirren Yes, she’s a national treasure and once played The Queen, but the outspoken actress says she finds nudity liberating. “I’m a naturist at heart,” Mirren once revealed. “I love being on beaches where everyone is naked. Ugly people, beautiful people,
old people, whatever. It’s so unisexual and so liberating.”
Kevin Bacon The Apollo 13 and Footloose actor is
probably better known in the UK for his EE phone adverts than his
naturist tendencies. Yet behind closed doors he likes to strip off and
wander about. “Not when the nanny is around,” admits Bacon. “But I [get
naked] with my wife and kids. There’s something therapeutic about
nudity… take away the Gucci or Levi’s and we’re all the same.”
Robbie Williams We all know Take That singer
Robbie Williams was once a bit of a rebel. Nowadays, his life is a lot
more sedate – he is married, has a daughter and another baby on the way.
Yet he still has a wild nudist streak. “I enjoy nakedness, I am a bit
of a naturist at heart,” says Williams. “When it comes down to it, I
just like taking my pants down.”
Kate Humble Countryfile presenter and nature
lover Kate Humble recently told Radio Times that when the urge takes her
she can’t resist stripping off and jumping around. “Sometimes you’re in
a very beautiful place and there is something very celebratory about
just having a little nudey dance,” she said, later adding that she
thinks everyone should give naturism a try. “There’s something joyous
about it and I urge everyone to try it,” she told the Sunday People. “My
husband and I danced naked in the middle of the desert in Jordan once.
If you can’t get your kicks in that incredibly innocent, joyful way,
then the world is not a good place.”
Billy Connolly Scottish comic Connolly has
absolutely no qualms about getting his clothes off in public. The bigger
the activity the better, it seems. He’s done the 134-metre Nevis Bungy
Jump stark naked. “I usually dance bare bum; I did it in London’s
Piccadilly once, but I was looking for something different so I thought
I’d try bungee jumping,” he told the Southland Times in New Zealand.
’‘It was totally exhilarating and lovely, and probably the best thing
I’ve ever done in my life.”
Celine Dion The
Canadian mega-star allegedly wishes “we were all naked all the time”.
She reportedly told The Sun newspaper that she’s “always believed it is
what’s underneath that counts. If we were all forced to be naked,
perhaps we would start to see that a little bit more,“ adding “I’d like
my audience to be naked, too”.
Justin Timberlake This singer-songwriter is not
shy when it comes to his body parts. In 2011’s Friends with Benefits he
bared pretty much all with his co-star Mila Kunis. However, according to
a collection of quotes in a book by Michael Heatley about the star,
Timberlake was also tempted to strip off at a nudist beach in France. “I
was born naked and I’m going to die naked,” said the Grammy Award
winning artist, “I don’t see anything wrong with it.”
Brad Pitt He could well have the most famous
torso in Hollywood, we’ve seen him half naked as Tyler Durden in Fight
Club, Achilles in Troy, JD in Thelma and Louise… alas it’s only at home
that he takes it ALL off. “I’m naked all the time at home,” said Pitt in
interview with CNN.
Adam Levine Adam was on “The Voice” but now he’s talking about “the body” in the latest issue of Out. “I just love being as naked as possible all the time – it feels really
natural to me,” he revealed.
Heidi Klum Of course Heidi Klum is happier in the buff. Wouldn’t you be if you looked like her? She
claims that her parents raised her to be a proud nude. “My parents are
still naked. I mean, it’s not like we’re hippies and we run around
naked, but if they happened to be in their room changing or something or
someone comes out of the shower, they’re not, like, ‘Oh my God. No.
Close the door!’” Apparently she is carrying on the tradition
in her house. She said her kids “see their parents naked all the time.
Eva Mendes Eva is naked as much as possible. "I love being naked. I do everything in the
nude, even the gardening! We’re Cuban, and it’s a hot island. Why not go
nude?” she said.
Alanis Morissette Alanis Morissette says she likes to walk naked around her home. The singer who appeared naked in video Thank U, said: "I walk around naked all the time. I’m a leave-the-bathroom-door-open nudist, which is sometimes disconcerting for my friends.” She says even her parents share her habit of discarding their clothes at home. She added: “We all walked around naked when it was appropriate, there wasn’t a lot of shame to it.”
Drew Barrymore Drew Barrymore is a Nudist …quoted saying, “I’ll drive in Ireland and park my car and run out into the field and rip all my clothes off and
just run in the wheat fields naked….to have that freedom of feeling at
one with nature.”
Kate Moss Fashion model, Kate Moss is not only a Nudist but a Nudist Mom as well, raising her child naturally.
Charlize Theron “I didn’t grow up with a mother telling me what was under my clothes was bad or evil”
There needs to be a simple symbol citizens could display on our front door, mailbox, or yard to ‘express’ support for the #Parkland and #NeverAgain movements. Is there one? A Follower’s reposted Meme showing an illuminated yard angel inspired this post.