Naked Girls Reading – Who Doesn’t Appreciate A Naked Reading?

Naked Girls Reading In Nyc Is Reviewed by FKK
Nude Girls Reading NYC – If you are looking for some interesting nudity christmas spirit-ness, this Thursday December 16th check out “Nude Girls Reading ‘A Christmas Carol'”! From what I’ve read and heard it is essentially a group of burlesque women that perform readings of a variety of literature completely unclothed (no pasties or anything). So far as I know tickets remain accessible. But I’ll be waiting for Nude Men reading A Christmas Carol.
My pal Sandy sent me a previous review he wrote of Nude Girls Reading Science Fiction from http://x-nudists.com/index.php/2016/11/03/once-naked-i-felt-relaxed-and-comfortable/ . Read on for an interesting and well-written review!
“I went to Nude Girls Reading Science Fiction for various reasons, not necessarily in this order:
1) Sure – went to see the pretty nude girls. (They were indeed pretty and naked.)
2) I have long had a curiosity about the status of nudity in this nation, heightened by all the reading I’ve been doing since Serge started with the early 20th Century German writings. So I was wondering what dutch nudist family videos is being used for now.
(The quick reply, in this instance, is non-lusty, but still really hot, “performance art”.) (What’s the sexy/sexual difference? It was unabashedly sexy with a grin and a twinkle in the eye, and thus not sexual.) (Eroticism takes itself quite seriously.)
Nude Girls Reading in New York City
3) I am interested about my own replies to nudity under different circumstances.
nr 3 – my responses. I was really conscious of Parmelee’s utopian dream of a society in which nudity would be utterly common – an acceptable costume under all conditions. With that in your mind, last night’s nudity having little or nothing to do with the readings can be interpreted as nudity being just a chosen costume style.
When I am at Rock Lodge, I see nudity as being totally normal. Yesterday, for the most part, I found it not normal whatsoever. Why? Because from the title of the show alone it was presented as a particular element, presumed to be hot, which brought folks in although it failed to promote the reading of science fiction.
As a sub-set to that, my reaction changed depending on accessories. All the girls were naked from crotch to collar bone. Barbara, the librarian, wore nothing at all and I found that to be normal and comfy – as if we were at Rock Lodge.
The others wore differing combinations of stockings, gloves, hats, bizarre makeup and large jewelry; their nudity was not normal at all; I experienced (delightful) discomfort and I was a voyeur. Normal theory says that much of today’s garments heightens sexual awareness by making a point of covering the sexual organs. With the girls last night, other body parts were covered, attracting very sexual attention to the bare crotch-to-collarbone area.
Image this: You’re in the front row. The stage is four feet away and is raised four feet. Naked readers stand at a microphone at the front of the stage. Get the sight line? If attention-roams from science fiction, one can not help pondering the relative effectiveness of waxing. Extremely tough to not be a voyeur! (So I did not attempt.)
A really fascinating aspect of last night was that the middle class crowd of around 50 was about 1/3 ordinary looking girls of varying ages, evidencing to me that the times they are a-changin’, that nudity is not such a big deal and is OK as a performance costume when it’s not just a peep show.
Bottom line: I loved it for multiple reasons, I’m on their email list and I probably will go again (even though their show next month will be Naked Girls Reading Tween Lit).”
(Mr.) Sandy K.
Thank you Sandy!
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