Chad Blair: Naked And Afraid In Hawaii (via Honolulu Civil Beat)

Nude beaches may be illegal in the state, but several exist and should be made safer for those who partake.

Not everybody is comfortable taking their clothes off in public. But they shouldn’t have to die doing so.

That’s what I think every time I visit remote Kehena Beach in the Puna district of the Big Island. It’s highly sought out because of its black sand, pristine water, drum circles, hippies and clothing-optional status.

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curator’s note Useful information after the volcanic eruptions subside.

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