Winter Bare

Winter Bare
Bare Stare and totally relaxed!

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Photo Blog: Bottoms-Up! January, 2017

Bottom's Up! End of January, 2017

Time once again to pay our monthly tribute to men and their beautiful and magnificent buttocks for the month of January, 2017! These "booty-liscious" posteriors belong to guys who'll warm our hearts and help us all forget that it is actually still winter outside! 

We don't mind them being inside one bit just as long as those buttocks are bare for all of us to admire. After all, a think of beauty is meant to be adored, right?

The temperatures may be freezing outside but with these bare men and their equally bare buttocks, I think we all can find some indoor activities to pass the time of the day!

Peace! Get naked. Enjoy!

Bare With Pride

Friday, January 27, 2017

Friday Footnote: Nude Winter-Wear

Welcome to the First Friday Footnote of 2017!

Tired of the dregs of winter yet? If so, please remember that you are not alone. As the month of January draws swiftly to its close, there are plenty others out there who feel the same, including me!

A little winter-wear post to remind us all that once January is gone, the longest month of the winter is past us. February is the shortest month and March is when Spring arrives! 

Peace! Get naked. Enjoy!

Bare With Pride

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Shy or Bold? Both?

The duo in the above picture by some may be considered the epitome of "modesty and pride" or a perfect example of "guilt and shameless." Each one of them is obviously very naked with the one on the left appearing to cover his genitalia as if he's ashamed of his nudity whereas the one on the right appears to be totally unconcerned as to whether he's naked or clothed.  

Or could it be that both are completely at ease nude and simply that the man on the left is showing his comfort by posing in his usual stance? 

A thought to ponder for us all as we admire the beauty and pride of two naked men!

Peace! Get naked. Enjoy!

Bare With Pride

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Not Quite Back-To-Speed Yet!

No! I'm absolutely not skiing the slopes in Colorado! That's simply not me; I have no interest in learning how to zip down the slopes only to be "cut-off" by another skier or worse, losing control and finding myself slammed into a tree or a rock! I'm not leaving this world that way! Bare or clothed, it won't be on a pair of snow-skis!  

I was in bed, sick with a miserable cold all this past weekend. I'm feeling a little bit better to day but I'm still not my usual self yet! 

I know, these things take time. 

Maybe I will try that Colorado ski trip after all! LOL!

Peace! Get naked. Enjoy!

Bare With Pride

Friday, January 20, 2017

Photo-Blog: Nude Dudes, January, 2017

Ice Trophy!

Most of us don't have the courage or the cold-tolerance to wade into an icy river during the month of January. I know for a fact that I don't! I have been s'naked (snow + naked = s'naked), romping in the snowfall with friends, but never into an icy river! I have no desire to turn into a human popsicle!

Winter Chill!

Here's a salute to all our courageous and bare brothers who have the fortitude to be nude during the dead season of Winter! Stay nude, dudes! 

Peace! Get naked. Enjoy!

Bare With Pride

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Hot Kiss On A Cold Day!

On a cold winter's morning, there's nothing better than a hot, sloppy kiss to wake up and get the blood pumping! It's recommended that you have an excuse for not going into work as you'll probably be late, if you even make it into the office! 

Peace! Get naked. Enjoy!

Bare With Pride

Monday, January 16, 2017

Dr. Martin Luther King Day

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday

January 15, 1929 - April 4, 1968

Today is the observance of the U. S. holiday honoring the birthday of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the slain American civil rights leader and peace advocate. In the style of Gandhi, Dr. King was known for his belief in non-violent protest, even when confronted by physical force. U. S. Federal law mandates the celebration of most public holidays on the Monday closest to the original date. 

Dr. King was awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace by King Gustav of Sweden in 1964. In 1977, he was posthumously awarded the U. S. Presidential Medal of Freedom by the (then) U. S. President, Jimmy Carter. 

During his lifetime, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was noted for his advancing the cause of equal rights, his commitment to non-violence and pacifism (especially for his opposition to the Vietnam War) and his championing voting rights and civil rights for people everywhere but particularly in the United States of America. He was a vocal critic of the (then) policy in South Africa of complete racial separation. 

The Reverend Dr. King was the undisputed leader of the grass-roots movement to secure racial equality for all oppressed peoples within the U. S. A. He was one of the founders and guiding forces of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. He served for many years as the pastor of the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia. 

Although Dr. King was assassinated before the modern Gay, Lesbian, BiSexual, Transgender (GLBT) movement began (he was shot in April, 1968; the Stonewall Riots happened in June, 1969), he is recognized as a definitive inspiration by the GLBT community worldwide. After his death, his widow, Mrs. Coretta Scott King, publicly stated many times that she had no doubt in her mind of his support of the GLBT community in their struggle for equality. 

In the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, where Dr. King delivered his infamous "I Have A Dream" speech, he never wavered in his support of Bayard Ruskin, one of the principal organizers of the event. Many of the other civil rights leaders involved and some of the Reverend Dr. King's own advisors urged him to fire Ruskin and denounce him after it was discovered that he (Ruskin) was homosexual. Dr. King refused to do so and even had Ruskin appear publicly onstage with him before the more than 200,000 people congregated on The National Mall in front of the Lincoln Memorial. 

Peace! Get naked. Enjoy!

Bare With Pride

Sunday, January 15, 2017

Bare Sundays: A Special Guest At Our Open House

Welcome to our Sunday afternoon Open House!

My husband, Aaron, and myself are almost always bare when we're at home, especially on Sunday afternoons when we host an Open House at our condominium for all of our bare acquaintances. So come on inside and free your body of all those layers of cumbersome winter clothes! Relax and enjoy social nudity with all our guests!

Today we have a special guest who is very excited for the opportunity to meet and to see every one of you naked! He is as enthusiastic about social nudity and living bare as are the rest of us! He doesn't live in our are and wants to make as many new naked friends as possible!

Some of you may recognize him from the many adult gay movies that he's made. More than a handful of you probably have some of his DVDs as a part of your private collections. He's received several awards for his performances in the gay pornographic industry and is often a welcome addition at many gay Pride events.  

Please help us in offering a warm bare welcome to today's guest-of-honor, Mr. Francois Sagat! We've asked him to publicly strip out of his clothes as a special treat just for all of you!

Mr. Sagat enters our living room and walks through letting everyone take a good look at him.

He knows what everyone is waiting for and he's also anxious to get nude and comfortable just like the rest of us. He immediately begins to remove his shorts and let's us know that he travels "commando" (without underwear).

He's not shy knowing that all eyes are on him so he decides to treat us to a delightful view of his well-endowed buttocks!

Now that he's as bare-assed as the rest of us, he'll go around the room an introduce himself and get acquainted with everyone. 

He's even agreed to pose for some photos in his own special pictorial accessories!  

Peace! Get naked. Enjoy!

Bare With Pride