Filed By Gloria Brame, Ph.D. | July 07, 2011 12:00 PM | comments
Filed in: Living Tags: nudity, sexual freedom
In case you missed it, Boing Boing hosted a sweet photo show of Naked Bike Ride Day as it was celebrated around the world.
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Awesome. Too bad every day isn't naked biking day.
Al most as good as New Zealand's [=National Penis Day=], which is celebrated on or near September 5 each year ...
If you want even more info, Google it ... and see what pops up ... so to speak.
I will be biking in the Critical Dicks ride at Burning Man on or about September 5th with a few thousand other nude guys.
WONDERFUL!!!! Two big parties full of naked men on my birthday, and where will I be? Stuck in a cubicle with my face stuck to a flat-screen... WAAAAAAAAAA!
Burning Man is closer than Auckland, and I've heard that Burning Man is a great place to see naked men -- unfortunately, many of them could be easily mistaken to be Bruce Vilanch, Drew Carey, or Al Roker (before any of them lost weight).
On the contrary, it is most young outdoorsy guys in their 20's and 30's.
You should take photos and send them in, DB. We've never had any coverage from Burning Man on the site.
Good idea. 23% of the ~47,000 burners are gay according to the Black Rock City census. There really is no division by sexual orientation there, though. A heterosexual friend from my camp performed fellatio on a guy for the first time in 2007 when he attended the instructive seminar 'How to Have Sex with Men for Heterosexual Guys' put on by one of the gay theme camps. I think it was the Comfort and Joy camp (www.playajoy.org).
Or, a "heterosexual" friend...." as the case may be?
No, I actually believe this story -- because the major theme of Burning Man is personal expression of any type, and a minor theme is that Burning Man is a safe place to be when you experiment with forms of expression that are new to you.
And, hey, I have known straight guys who enjoy getting sucked off so much that they really don't care who is doing the sucking, even their gender ... as long as the servicing party is really good at it.
I know a photog who goes yearly to BM, and is fairly popular in SF. If you'd like, I an ask him if he'd be interested...
Bill! Sheesh. This I did not know. I have some Burning Men for you.... *cough cough* No, seriously, a photog friend of mine goes every year. I'll be back with something for you before too long. :)