Just Naked

In just about a year, Just Naked has gained a tremendous amount of success both in real life and online. Adam Schwietert, one of the founders, tells us how they did it, what they’re doing now, and why they’re doing it.

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Photo: Léa and Adam, Founders of Just Naked

Episode CXVIII

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Las Vegas Bares

Tim Chizmar interviews Julie D. Mayo, co-founder of the Las Vegas Bares; a non-landed club that organizes activities such as hiking, kayaking, swims, and more.

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Photo: Julie and Tim in Las Vegas

Episode CXVII

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The Nude Music

Musicians who fight for body acceptance while making music; we chat with Dario Western of Laissez Fayre in Australia as well as Millie and Mie of The SoapGirls in South Africa. We also share some listener statistics and respond to voicemails.

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Photo: 2019 SoapGirls performance in Manchester, UK; by Darren Wood PhotographyCreative Commons Licence (Cropped to fit website dimensions)

Episode CXVI

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ClothesFree dot com

Our correspondent, Tim Chizmar, interviews Corky Stanton, the founder of what may be the oldest naturist/nudist video website: ClothesFree.com. They discuss the beginning and, with Philip Fayne, they outline its future. Listen carefully to get a special promo code for clothesfree.com.

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Photo: ClothesFree TV Preview Video

Episode CXV

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Nude Beginnings

For some people, naturism can be a form of therapy. It can be so transformative that it changes your life. Madeline shares her very personal story of being saved by her experience.

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Photo: Madeline and Stéphane at Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park

Episode CXIV

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Puppetry of the Penis

Tim Chizmar and Kayla Rae attends the Puppetry of the Penis show, a.k.a. the “art of genital origami”, in Las Vegas and interview the performers: Jamie Morris and Robert Ryan.

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Photo: Publicity picture from the Erotic Heritage Museum

Episode CXIII

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Nude Photography

We explore a variety of issues with artist and academic Matthew Hamon. There are many types of photography: casual, artistic, erotic, pornographic, artistic, clinical, commercial, scientific, etc… What is the difference? Is nude photography pornography? Is the image of a nude child indecent? What is consent? What if people misuse your image? What are the implications of a naked picture of yourself on the internet?

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Photo: by Matthew Hamon – Matt’s family, Jennifer, Emile and Lur, often bathe outside in a livestock tank even during Montana’s cold winters

Episode CXII

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Skeptical to Fanatical

An interview with a new naturist; a young man who approached with skeptical caution to quickly become a passionate advocate of naturism.

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Photo: First Visit to Bare Oaks

Episode CXI

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Nude Play

Tim Chizmar interviews the director and cast of “Disrobed: Why So Clothes-Minded?” performed at the 2019 Hollywood Fringe Festival.

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Photo: The June 2019 cast of “Disrobed: Why So Clothes-Minded?”

Episode CX

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Textile Nudist Podcast

Bethany Denton tells us how she came to create an episode of “Here Be Monsters” titled “The Evangelists of Nudism” where she recounts the story of her first, and rather unusual, experience as a nudist.

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Photo: First time visitor to Bare Oaks by naked-club.org

Episode CIX

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