Obviously, the two gentlemen in the above photograph are bare or clothes-free. The difference is how they are posing while without covering. With the attached poem (below) and message in mind, one of our guys is naked. Our assumption being that it is not his first choice. On the other hand, our other man is nude. That’s because his being without clothing causes him no concern or discomfort whatsoever. The question is: “Which one is which?”
This week is Spring Break week at my university and I’m using the time away from my classes to visit my mother in Greece. She is having some depression and a difficult time coping with my father’s death this past November. I’m hoping the trip will offer support to both her and my brothers who live nearby. I’m only gone for the week and then I return back to work here.
This week is Spring Break week at my university and I’m using the time away from my classes to visit my mother in Greece. She’s having some depression and a difficult time coping with my father’s death this past November. I’m hoping the trip offer support to both her and my brothers who live nearby. I’m only gone for the week and then I return to work back here.
This particular post is based on another Friday Footnote post that was published here last month during Black History Month. Jussie Smollett was featured during that feature and he’s the solo subject of this Footnote article. I personally enjoy the actor for his role on TV and for the excellent job that he does in representing the same gender loving performers who credit not only their race but also their sexuality in popular media. Click the title to reference the previous post: Friday Footnote: Hate and Shame.
Virtually all of us have a friend who is casually interested in our pleasure of nudity, is curious about our clothes-free schedule and social life and accepts our lifestyle. This person may even support our choices but remains a member of the textile or clothes-wearing world. Once Aaron (my spouse) and I began living together and he became more active in his bare practicing, his oldest and only brother, Cedric, started to really take an interest in what we were doing.
One of the aspects of the month of March that I really appreciate is that it is always a time of transition, of going places, of movement. It is the month where, at least here in the Northern Hemisphere we begin in the season of Winter and by the end of the month we are undergoing the change into the season of Spring. The outdoor temperatures may not always reflect the difference but mentally, we know that it is happening.
Here it is the last day of February, 2019; time again for yet another Bottom’s Up! feature here on ReNude Pride. It is still winter here in the Northern Hemisphere, so we’re forced to honor this day inside, protected by the heat from the frigid temperatures outside. Even though we all know from experience that warming days are not too far away, it remains too cold to entertain thoughts of frolicking outdoors anytime soon!