5 Festivals to get naked at
We all have been to a festival to get a little drunk and maybe dance around like a fool. But another way to participate would be to strip down to your undies or go buck naked and enjoy the festivies with the girls and boys swinging about.
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The festival is part music concert/dance performance/art show/model community setting/camp site. It’s like if the movies Mad Max and Brazil met, dated and gave birth to a burning baby. The festival is a perfect place to get naked; there are no rules and no socio-constricts in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada.
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Held in Key West, Fl., this ten-day merriment parade, is celebrated during Halloween. The event hosts a number of activities: body painting, drag queen contests, costume parties, lots of drinking, and many boobs-beads-exchanges. This is a great escape from the norm and a perfect setting to tan those tan lines.
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Mardi Gras is probably the most recognized party to be nude and drunk at the same time. It is held annually in New Orleans, LA. Mardi Gras, which means ‘Fat Tuesday’, refers to the practice of the last night of eating richer, fatty foods before the fasting of Lent. So before the time to give up on human indulgences arrive, they binge in it for a few days before the main event culminates in one big massive orgy (i’m exagerrating here, but it can be hectic). This is a perfect Adult vacation — plus, you can bring a mess of beads back if you flaunt enough.
Running of the Nudes
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What’s better to watch: hordes of people running away from raging bulls then finally slaughtering the animal or a bunch of animal activists parading their goods to show the world that free nudity is a bigger draw than slaying a bull. I prefer the latter; call me a dirty-birdy but I always cave in when gratuitous nudity is offered. The parade is done two days before the Running of the Bulls in Pamplona, Spain.
World Naked Bike Ride
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Why naked?, you’d say, easy, as the World Naked Bike website states: “To celebrate cycling and the human body. The ride demonstrates the vulnerability of cyclists on the road and is a protest against oil dependency.” This is a great ride to show you care and that you are not afraid of accidentally falling and hurting your privates. This is an event celebrated around the world on the same day.
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