‘Nude love parade’ seeks unclothed marchers

There may be more naked people than normal in SF this Saturday

“Please join us the day before Valentine’s to celebrate love in its purest, most natural form! Let’s remind the City of San Francisco that love knows no bounds and obeys no rules. Let’s remind everyone that we are only here today because our parents got naked and made love, that we were all born naked and that we are always naked underneath our clothes. The more we hide from our true selves the more separated we become from ourselves and from each other. True love knows no judgement, no hate, no separation! True self love means accepting yourself fully just the way you are, true self love means being completely free from shame in all its forms including body shame.

“Drop the pretense! Drop your pants (or skirts)! Take it off and join our parade! Get fully naked or come as bare as you dare!”

Taub, a former stripper, has frequently collected headlines, as well as handcuffs, by displaying her true self to the general public. Her well-publicized nude wedding on the steps of City Hall in December 2013 earned her and her naked groom citations.

This year, however, things will be different, she said. She told SFist her parade has been signed off on by Mission Station permit Officer Alex Medina.

Source: The SF. Gate

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3 thoughts on “‘Nude love parade’ seeks unclothed marchers”

  1. Bare Beach Bum says:

    Hmmm…just a few days ago you post an article about naturism having a PR problem then re-post this article. If you have ever witnessed or participated in this parade, then you will know that it is more about debauchery than nudity. Gypsy Taub produces pornography, and she is an extremely poor representative of naturism. On top of that she is just crude and rude. I am surprised that you re-posted this article.

    1. Thanks for your comment. One of the things we do is to curate news about things related to nudism in the media. We don’t agree with everything we read in the media but we report it doesn’t mean it an endorsement. We actually believe the San Franciso protests do more harm that good. The article like previous one about Gyspy Taub was not exactly complimentary so we choose to let it stand rather than pile on editorially. I hope you can understand the difference between our original content articles and the reporting of outside sources.

      1. Bare Beach Bum says:

        Yes I do understand when you are reposting content. That situation is one that doesn’t benefit our cause and actually hurts it.

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