[WNBR] Lima total success, more than 300 riders

Submitted by Editor on Fri, 16/03/2007 - 11:54
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The World Naked Bike Ride Lima 2007 (Ciclonudista Lima) was a total success, more than 300 riders between women, men and kids all of them painted, with customs, half naked or totaly naked, even when the local police prohibited that.

All the media was present, the newspapers and television support and encourage us, also the pedestrians in the way  encourage us,

we keep a minute of silence in honor of the 6 cyclist death by cars in the 2007 before start the ride.

All the media coverage will be publish in the web page this week, also the photo gallery.

Smoke-Free Free Beaches

Submitted by Gerald Ganglbauer on Fri, 09/03/2007 - 12:19
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These days, not many naturists seem to smoke, or do smoke on our free beaches; and those who do light up are usually pretty good in bringing their pocket ashtrays and in taking their cigarette butts back to a bin to dispose of properly, considering the fragile marine environment.

However, we know about Manly's Smoke Free Zones and that "Council’s initial Council resolution regarding Smoke Free Zones was taken on 17 May 2004 Manly Council, at its Ordinary Council Meeting, where it was resolved to ban smoking on: [amongst other areas] Manly's ocean and harbour beaches."

As long as it goes ahead

Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 09/03/2007 - 11:39

"I was just thinking about the group who are opposing the event.  I once read a quote that went something like "if you argue with idiots all you get is two idiots arguing".  Lets respect their right to oppose us.  After all we more than anyone can see that their opposition is based on fear and misinformation.  I for one, am really trying to be tolerant and respectful towards them - in a sense they are unwittingly providing us with much valuable publicity."

19 hours till Brisbane WNBR - IMPORTANT!

Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 09/03/2007 - 11:31

Well, it's now 19 hours till the Brisbane World Naked Bike Ride.  A point of order: the police escort who's going to be there on the day has now demanded that everyone wear at least a g-string or some swimming shorts for the event or else they will be making arrests.  It seems like that they've caved into the demands of the gymnophobes instead of giving the participants and the media what they want.  The police officer said that he finds nudity offensive, especially around kids, yet he calls himself the 'friendliest officer' out there.  Basically, anyone who doesn't empathise or sympathise

Why limit ourselves to nude beaches, only?

Submitted by JoMulholland on Fri, 09/03/2007 - 07:42

In the editorial of Issue 3, of (the new) Sun and Health magazine, I read: "Why are we limiting ourselves by only campaigning for nude beaches? There are many other public areas that could be designated as nude."
Sarah had been on a trip 'across' Australia and found that in many parts she was in places ( in camping spots, in national parks) where there was no need to put clothes on, in the morning.

[worldnakedbikeridebrisbane] STOP PRESS - IMPORTANT!!

Submitted by Anonymous on Wed, 07/03/2007 - 16:57

I've just got the word from a film-maker friend who is covering the event that she spoke to the cops about the bike ride.  

They are sending out an escort on the day to keep a watch on the event, and have stipulated that *EVERYONE* bring a pair of bathing shorts or a g-string to the ride.  If they don't, then they will forcibly call off the event.

"Clean Beach Challenge" - wrong name?

Submitted by JoMulholland on Tue, 06/03/2007 - 10:17

Elsewhere on this site, I have responded to the challenge of enumerating the benefits of naturists / nudists nominating beaches in this competition.
The naming of this competition is often discussed. In my opinion, it would work better in Dutch (or German?) because Schoonste Strand translates not only as cleanest beach but also as most beautiful beach.

Australian Nudist Federation Australian Flag"Naturism (nudism) is a way of life in harmony with nature,
characterised by the practice of communal nudity, with the intention of
encouraging self respect, respect for others and for the environment."
- Australian Nudist Federation

 

It is all very well that we live a naked lifestyle at home and at the nudist beach, but to really help mitigate global warming the naked activist wants/needs to live that naked lifestyle everywhere.

A t-shirt not worn at home to help mitigate climate change suddenly forces us to add to carbon emissions and climate change because we have to don the darn thing to go to the local shop.

The 'Cool the Globe' TV program on channel 10 on Sunday the 4th of March 2007 proclaimed, amongst other things, that the production of meat produces 40 times more carbon in the atmosphere compared to the production of fruit and vegetables.

The presenter further explained that especially the methane gas contained in the 'wind' passed by cows and pigs was a big contributor to global warming.

So it seems the dedicated naked global warming campaigner will also strife towards a naked vegetarian lifestyle. Or at least cut her consumption of such 'carbon heavy' foods to a minimum.

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