Tuesday, April 26, 2016

"Behavior We Consider Natural"

Has it made news where you are? It sure has here. On the local news and in the papers.
London's first nude restaurant is a concept dining experience by Chef Seb Lyall and has a waiting list of 16,000!
"Lyall calls his Luddite-inspired dream “true liberation,” one that is designed with body positivity, and acceptance, in mind. He maintains that the restaurant is not a bunch of guys trying to create naked dining for attention, but more of a nudist social experiment that aims to give people a space to challenge their assumptions about nudity, modernity and what kind of behavior we consider natural."
Read the whole column here: The Washington Post


Lyall is known for innovative dining experiences, and he says he eats his breakfast nude every morning. "It's liberating," he told the Washington Post. "It's fun, and sometimes the neighbors watch - fine, whatever." I applaud this guy. This is the kind of attitude about the naked body we need to spread.


 This is the kind of acceptance we need to get back to:
YMCA - the way it was
Whether it's in the local swimming hole or lake

a local or National park


or our own property
Body-positive is an attitude whose time has come. Given the opportunity I'd patronize a clothing-optional establishment.
Would you?


Xersex said...

yes please! sexy and nice idea!

A French Patrick said...

I hope that in this waiting list of 16,000, you reserved 4 places for you, me, and especially your wife and Jean WM. Otherwise, say it to me, and I shall take care of it.
I wish you a wondrous day, mon chéri, with a lot of bisous.

Queer Heaven said...

Well... you know damn well I would be there in a naked minute!

Anonymous said...

Absolutely! Let's make a reservation NOW! Great to hear more people promoting healthy body attitudes. Have a jizztastic day, bro. Hugs, Licks, and Strokes, AOM


Yes! This has certainly hit the media here!

mistress maddie said...

Probably not. While I love and have no problem getting /being nude, I'm very funny about being naked around food. I worry about hair and possible body odors. I'm a real germ aphobe around food.

Anonymous said...

Growing up in NY the high school I attended had an indoor pool, all students had to take swimming class. The boys were not allowed to wear swim suits. In retrospect...it was hot, at the time, terrifying.

Cali-Boi said...

Im with the Mistress, I have never been naked much around food, but hell, I have had fun with whip cream, honey and chocolate syrup, so what the hell, I'll get naked. Love you blog lately, keep up the good work and word. Seems we share readers I see.

Jean WM said...

Let's see French Patrick, if we have 16000 ahead of us, will we all live long enough to get seated?

Thanks for the invite, count me in!

whkattk said...

Wow! I see we'll have to reserve a table for at least 6!

A French Patrick said...

@ my favorite Jean WM,
Don't worry, my secret Love. It's a secret, thus don't repeat it, even if there is not a jealous bone in Pat's body, dixit himself. You know, the Rungrado 1st of May Stadium at Pyongyang in North Korea devoted to the soccer has more than 150,000 places and, believe me or not, there are a lot more matches there than one by lifetime.
Anyway, it's obvious that I consider that a big shot of paramount importance (if only because I love you) such as you deserves and has to receive a high priority VIP pass.
Plus I shall be there to clear you your way, if you make me the honor of accepting my arm to drive you.
Bisous, darling.

SickoRicko said...

Absolutely! (I've missed looking at your blog!)