Sunday, December 27, 2009
Both nudists and non-nudists alike often walk around their homes in natures all. If you're reading this, then it may be safe to assume you're naked now. But if someone sees you naked in your home, could you be in trouble?
This is exactly what has happened to one Springfield, Virginia man. From "theage.com.au":
"A MAN who was arrested for being naked - in his home - has been found guilty of indecent exposure, but the judge did not fine him or sentence him to jail. Erick Williamson, 29, continues to believe that he has done nothing wrong and that he did not purposely expose himself to two women and a seven-year-old boy who had walked past his house on the morning of October 19."
What really concerns me was Judge O'Flaherty's attitude when he likened Williamson to bank robber John Dillinger, who also ''thought he was doing nothing wrong when he walked into banks and shot them up''.
Read the entire article here and be sure to pull your blinds.
Posted by nudist1010 at 1:30 PM
Sunday, December 13, 2009
Ryan McLendon of citybeat.com has written a nice article about the number of nudist resorts in Ohio.
"I might be a closet nudist.
The realization began this summer while I was in Montreal covering a story. I was producing a radio story on an all-nude yoga studio in the heart of the old city — much safer than a video, I thought. Before the class began, I was confronted with a logistical dilemma when the prophetic-looking yogi asked that I be naked too. I wanted to make sure his class remained comfortable with my presence, and he didn’t think that was possible.
So I reluctantly disrobed. And it was spectacular."
"Southern Ohio also has a similarly little-known secret: It’s crawling with confirmed and potential nudists. Nudism is all the rage in the pastoral, bucolic settings in and around Cincinnati and other major cities. Nudist resorts — bastions of naturalism and freed inhibitions — dot the lush Ohio wilderness around the state.
You can virtually find nudists everywhere: Ohio currently has seven nudists resorts registered with the American Association for Nude Recreation (AAMR). Most are open seasonally, and some operate year-round."
Read the article here.
Posted by nudist1010 at 10:48 AM