Buff Surfer Of The Day ; Naturally on his way to ride the awesome waves that awaits him. No question about it, he’s so ready to catch some waves…and he shows it!!
Waking up to a fresh crisp morning where the sun is shining over the hillside is a rare gift for some people. If are able to enjoy that sensation, cherish every moment.
Text by me. Photo by AncaCernoschi
Photo retrieved from: Nudiarist
"One beauty of social nudity is adopting a new mindset. One where even though we are wearing nothing, we still have alot! .. If your family accepts your nudity, then they have accepted YOU plus a choice! If your friends accept your nudity, then they are respecting YOU plus a choice! .. Finally, if society accepts you nude, then it has blessed you with true FREEDOM!" ~ Centauri4
I walked around downtown Montreal the other day. Topless. No, I’m not a member of Femen. I’m not a mother breastfeeding her child and I’m not a three-year-old girl who doesn’t want to wear a bathing suit top at a swimming pool. I’m a journalist, and as such, I decided to document what happens when a woman decides to go bare-breasted in public. So I took off my T-shirt, put it in the back pocket of my shorts and walked down Saint Catherine Street with a tape recorder, notepad and a photographer — he was also topless — just a few feet away, who documented people’s reactions.
Here’s a list of things that happened:
- Some people smiled
- Many ignored me
- Some did a double-take
- One guy tried to get my attention by saying, “Hey baby!”
- I heard someone laugh
- Two young women asked me for directions to a store
And here’s what didn’t happen:
- No one raped me
- No one insulted me
- No one started masturbating in public
- No one threatened me
- No one looked at me with disgust, hatred or contempt