36.1 Nude & Natural Magazine

36.1 Nude & Natural Magazine

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This issue of N features a photograph of Stanley Ware on the cover enjoying a swim at our Eastern Naturist Gathering this past June. While the inside of this issue highlights the family, friendship, and fun found at all of the gatherings and festivals in 2016.

In addition to the gathering and festival round-up, N Sight discusses the Ambiguity of Obscenity, there is an introduction to the newly elected NAC/NEF Board members, and a discussion on Henry David Thoreau-A contemplative Skinny-Dipper.

If books are more your thing, Paul LeValley introduces us to his new book Art Follows Nature: A Worldwide History of the Nude, Rolf Holbach shares an article on Ed Lange and Elysium Magazine Publications, Mark Silverstein talks about the American Nudist Research Library in an article titled, Not Your Father’s Library, while Mark Storey brings us up-to-date on the NEF Library and the work of many volunteers.

A few more N gems include, Carl Hild's piece on Bernarr MacFadden—an early American champion of nudists or naturist, or not, Ken Lackmann clues us in on SunCoast Naturist activities, a riveting article on Penny Arcade nudism, followed up by a report by Alicia Sacks on the Camping Bares at Earth Day in Balboa Park.

There’s the usual feature from the Naturist Education Foundation Preserving Naturist History, a book review on Veils, Nudity, Tattoos by Thorsten Botz-Bornstein and the usual Letters, Marketplace and the Naturist Network.

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