That’s pretty neat! God is amazing!

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cedorsey:

Sunset At The Pyramids, Cairouncredited

cedorsey:

Sunset At The Pyramids, Cairo
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pernil1 said: Dear responsible for this blog. I appreciate very much this blog. I live in Norway and is positive to naturism, here there are a few beaches for it, its liberal, but not so much as in Germany/Holland/France. I am a Christian and think its positive to be open to be natural, and without clothes, when possible. In my surroundings its not very common, but no police reacts when women dont use their bikinis, os much of the same. Is it possible to be linked to this blog?

Thank you for your kind words! I am not sure what you mean by “linked to this blog”. Feel free to follow my blog and let me know if I can help with that question more specifically.

Book Idea

So I’m toying with the notion of writing a book. I’m considering compiling my thoughts and views on the body into one well researched book. I wonder though, would there be a market for it? I wonder whether or not that should matter, or whether it’s more important to get the book out of me and onto paper?

That’s the sad facts right there. The people of many, many states voiced their desire for traditional marriage to be maintained and the judges cast out the people’s decision.

That’s the sad facts right there. The people of many, many states voiced their desire for traditional marriage to be maintained and the judges cast out the people’s decision.

nomadicnudist:

My last post was removed from Instagram for indecency (thanks… My last post was removed from Instagram for indecency (thanks flagger).The fact that a woman’s nipple is still considered indecent, but not the nipple of a man is teaching girls that we are indecent. It’s teaching girls that we are the sex that can only be sexy when it’s “appropriate” to be. So I’m asking for women to join the thishalfisnotindecent movement to end the stigma and shame attached to toplessnesss for women. Tag us on Instagram; @ thishalfisnotindecent or use the #thishalfisnotindecent \uD83D\uDC6D October 05, 2014 at 07:34PM http://ift.tt/1COEkcL

nomadicnudist:

My last post was removed from Instagram for indecency (thanks…

My last post was removed from Instagram for indecency (thanks flagger).The fact that a woman’s nipple is still considered indecent, but not the nipple of a man is teaching girls that we are indecent. It’s teaching girls that we are the sex that can only be sexy when it’s “appropriate” to be. So I’m asking for women to join the thishalfisnotindecent movement to end the stigma and shame attached to toplessnesss for women. Tag us on Instagram; @ thishalfisnotindecent or use the #thishalfisnotindecent \uD83D\uDC6D

October 05, 2014 at 07:34PM http://ift.tt/1COEkcL
genopp:

Why don’t we actually cut spending?

genopp:

Why don’t we actually cut spending?

While I get what the author of the post is trying to say, that policing isn’t dangerous, his argument is flawed. You cannot use death statistics to prove, or disprove, the level of danger. These statistics do not take into account how many officers are assaulted in the line of duty. How many officers are routinely attacked, injured, or seriously threatened and only continually improving training and equipment allows them to go home at the end of the shift, or at least make it to the hospital? To say policing is not dangerous is irresponsible and naive. There is no other job in America where some of the people you are sworn to protect actively try to kill you. I am not advocating for more military equipment on our streets. There is enough, and what’s there should probably be scaled back a bit. I am just saying that the statistics in this article are insufficient to back the author’s claim.

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thenudecity:

Moira Johnston is a calm and poised 29 year old, women’s rights activist living in NYC who has been seen walking topless in the streets of NYC these past few months. Moira is within her right because on July 7, 1992, the New York State Supreme Court ruled that it is legal for women to be topless in public in that state. When asked what inspired her to go topless, Moira replied, “I was practicing yoga at a yoga school in Union Square and I felt like taking off my shirt during class. I didn’t do it at first. I actually went to the founder and asked her if it was OK because a lot of my male counterparts practice without a shirt there and in other yoga studios as well. So I practiced yoga topless and a bunch of people complained about it, and so I realized that they didn’t know it was legal. That’s what inspired me to become more active about letting people know that it’s legal.”
https://www.facebook.com/moiramjohnston

Moira is such an inspiration!