Monday, October 31, 2016
October 31, 2016
The best aspect of this traditional day for disguises is that all it takes is a simple mask for a naturist/nudist to join in the seasonal festivities. Conceal your face but no other part of your bare body! Convenient yet maybe a little chilly considering the season of the year.
The gay community has always been enthusiastic in celebrating the Halloween holiday. Costume parties, costume contests, high-heeled races and drag shows have long been featured as part of the traditional offerings. Everyone competes in trying to better others in creating the most original and the most extravagant costume.
Since the early 1980's and the emergence of many same gender loving social naturist/nudist groups, these organizations usually host bare Halloween gatherings for the benefit of their members and guests. Many mainstream nudist groups do the same for their mixed-gender clientele. The result being that now, most gay nudists have many opportunities to participate in a variety of bare celebrations.
A plus for any male clothes-free enthusiast is the fact that just an inexpensive Halloween mask is all that's necessary to gain entrance to these socials. That and, of course, pride in being both same gender loving and completely naked!
Commercial body-paints likewise offer unlimited prospects for a variety of Halloween disguises for the gay or bisexual nudist. All that's necessary are the body paint, a creative imagination and a friend to hepl cover your body. For many of those who are single and unwilling to allow a friend to have access to sensitive anatomical areas, simply decorating the front part of your body is acceptable.
Body paints are found in most Halloween-supply retailers, theatrical make-up suppliers and in larger retail establishments. For first-time users, purchase what's available and then decide on "who" you want to become. It is recommended that only non-toxic and non-allergenic products be used. Cover only a small area of your skin first and then wait an hour to ascertain that your body doesn't react to the make-up/body paint selection.
Peace! Get naked. Enjoy!
Bare With Pride