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heartlandnaturists:

Despite the way the porn industry and religious groups have demonized nudism, it is not an “adults only” activity.  It is not about sex, orgies, exhibitionism, or voyeurism.  Nudism has nothing whatsoever to do with sex.
Nudism is about comfort, freedom, and acceptance of the nude human body.  It’s the belief that the human body is not inherently sexual or lewd.  It’s a mindset that allows people to separate their body from their sexual desires. 
That is why there are many happy couples and families that enjoy wholesome, family-friendly nudism. They seek out resorts and organizations that are affiliated with national and international organizations that promote wholesome nudism, such as the American Association for Nude Recreation (AANR) andThe Naturist Society (TNS).  
The Heartland Naturists of Kansas City are affiliated with The Naturist Society and we hold only family-friendly nudist events. We have many couples and families that attend our events because of our attitude toward wholesome nudism.
If you have any questions, please ask.  We’d be happy to answer them!
www.HeartlandNaturists.com

heartlandnaturists:

Despite the way the porn industry and religious groups have demonized nudism, it is not an “adults only” activity.  It is not about sex, orgies, exhibitionism, or voyeurism.  Nudism has nothing whatsoever to do with sex.

Nudism is about comfort, freedom, and acceptance of the nude human body.  It’s the belief that the human body is not inherently sexual or lewd.  It’s a mindset that allows people to separate their body from their sexual desires. 

That is why there are many happy couples and families that enjoy wholesome, family-friendly nudism. They seek out resorts and organizations that are affiliated with national and international organizations that promote wholesome nudism, such as the American Association for Nude Recreation (AANR) andThe Naturist Society (TNS).  

The Heartland Naturists of Kansas City are affiliated with The Naturist Society and we hold only family-friendly nudist events. We have many couples and families that attend our events because of our attitude toward wholesome nudism.

If you have any questions, please ask.  We’d be happy to answer them!

www.HeartlandNaturists.com

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duchessofdeviance:

nativeamericannews:

How Native Americans Were Crucial To Defeat The Nazis And Japan In WWII

This is Chester Nez, the last of the original Navajo 29, being honoured at an April 4 ceremony. If it weren’t for him and the other 28 Native Americans who created the secret code language used in the Pacific theatre during World War II, America would have probably never won the war against Japan.

this is important history.

(Source: gizmodo.com.au)

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explore-blog:

Happy World Book Day! (As if we need a special dayto love books, but let’s just go with it.) Celebrate with Maira Kalman’s illustrated wisdom

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geek-art:

Geek-Art.net

Gallery 1988 organized a traveling art show entirely dedicated to Ghostbusters for their 30th anniversary. Here comes the first official prints ! More here

#geekart

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beautifulbizzzzarreart:

Be in the draw to win a print copy of the 1st Anniversary (June) Issue of Beautiful Bizarre Magazine - just subscribe to our mailing list here https://beautifulbizarre.net/contact/ The winner will be drawn & notified on 2 June - Good Luck
Incredible work by Natalie Shau on the cover of the Jul 13 Issue of BBMAG - all current & back issues available in both print & digital via http://beautifulbizarre.net/shop/

beautifulbizzzzarreart:

Be in the draw to win a print copy of the 1st Anniversary (June) Issue of Beautiful Bizarre Magazine - just subscribe to our mailing list here https://beautifulbizarre.net/contact/ The winner will be drawn & notified on 2 June - Good Luck

Incredible work by Natalie Shau on the cover of the Jul 13 Issue of BBMAG - all current & back issues available in both print & digital via http://beautifulbizarre.net/shop/

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fer1972:

Landscape Photography by Cody William Smith

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lostateminor:

>B-stylers: Japanese teenagers who want to be black AmericansSo apparently there is a trend quietly roaming the streets of Japan: B-style. B-style—a contraction of the words ‘Black’ and ‘Lifestyle’ refers to a subculture of Japanese teenagers who love American hip-hop culture so much that they do everything in their power to look as African American as possible. Strange? Hell no! 
Vice like to stay across trends like these and they interviewed Dutch photographer Desiré van den Berg, who currently lives in Hong Kong. But when she was in Tokyo, back in December 2013, she met Hina, whose shop has the tagline ‘Black for Life’. She described its products as ‘a tribute to Black culture: the music, the fashion, and style of dance’.
Desiré interviewed Hina about B-style and other odd Japanese subcultures. ‘There are things like the Harajuku Girls, which I guess are rather normal but some are complete excesses. Hina often goes to New York, and she idolizes America. Japanese TV is full of American films and commercials and that must be a reason, too. She sees America as a kind of promised land,’ she said.
She discovered that the Japanese Beyoncé, Hina, likes to use some English slang when she speaks Japanese with her B-style friends, like finishing a sentence with ‘man’ or using bad words like ‘motherfucker’ jokingly.
What do B-stylers do to look and feel more African American? Hina, for example, visits a tanning salon every week to darken her skin. B-stylers also listen to hip-hop, and visit special African hair salons to get braids or curly hair. These salons are usually found in Tokyo’s ghettos and are run by small African communities. Hina wears coloured contact lenses: they are a lighter shade of brown to make her eyes seem bigger.

lostateminor:

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B-stylers: Japanese teenagers who want to be black Americans

So apparently there is a trend quietly roaming the streets of Japan: B-style. B-style—a contraction of the words ‘Black’ and ‘Lifestyle’ refers to a subculture of Japanese teenagers who love American hip-hop culture so much that they do everything in their power to look as African American as possible. Strange? Hell no!

Vice like to stay across trends like these and they interviewed Dutch photographer Desiré van den Berg, who currently lives in Hong Kong. But when she was in Tokyo, back in December 2013, she met Hina, whose shop has the tagline ‘Black for Life’. She described its products as ‘a tribute to Black culture: the music, the fashion, and style of dance’.

Desiré interviewed Hina about B-style and other odd Japanese subcultures. ‘There are things like the Harajuku Girls, which I guess are rather normal but some are complete excesses. Hina often goes to New York, and she idolizes America. Japanese TV is full of American films and commercials and that must be a reason, too. She sees America as a kind of promised land,’ she said.

She discovered that the Japanese Beyoncé, Hina, likes to use some English slang when she speaks Japanese with her B-style friends, like finishing a sentence with ‘man’ or using bad words like ‘motherfucker’ jokingly.

What do B-stylers do to look and feel more African American? Hina, for example, visits a tanning salon every week to darken her skin. B-stylers also listen to hip-hop, and visit special African hair salons to get braids or curly hair. These salons are usually found in Tokyo’s ghettos and are run by small African communities. Hina wears coloured contact lenses: they are a lighter shade of brown to make her eyes seem bigger.