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International Nude Day

This holiday originated in New Zealand when former rugby star and TV presenter Marc Ellis dared people to streak in front of Prime Minister Helen Clark. The concept has been adopted by particularly Dunedin students (Scarfies) where getting nude is nothing new. Dunedin is a legend University...

International Nude Day

This holiday originated in New Zealand when former rugby star and TV presenter Marc Ellis dared people to streak in front of Prime Minister Helen Clark.
The concept has been adopted by particularly Dunedin students (Scarfies) where getting nude is nothing new. Dunedin is a legend University City in the south of New Zealand.
This annual event celebrates 'naturism around the world and an opportunity to encourage first-timers to enjoy clothes-free relaxation.'

Nude Day is a one day a year that can celebrate nudeness, nakedness, being in the nuddy, running free in all your original raw beauty, putting on your best birthday suit. It’s day everyone can participate in, fat, skinny, big, small, firm, soft and the flabby can all get involved.

Everyone in the world celebrate your body and celebrate New Zealand and the International Nude Day it’s liberating and it’s beautiful. Our bodies are the only things we own, be proud of them no matter what shape or size you are.
Source:
http://www.newzealandatoz.com/index.php?pageid=808
http://www.nohoartsdistrict.com/noho-news/item/1890-news-celebrating-international-nude-day#.U6rbCPmPkUc

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