These two calendar naturist photos remind me that we did our own SLN calendar shots in previous years, a ‘tradition’ that fell by the wayside. From January, I hope to revive this ‘tradition’ with an SL related calendar shot at the beginning of each month, paired with a real life calendar shot if I can find enough photos from the golden age of naturism.
Thanksgiving takes place in North America this Thursday, the fourth Thursday in November, and the day before what has become the utterly vile Black Friday.
We don’t do Thanksgiving in the UK (or, indeed, across Europe), as our equivalent might be Harvest.
Given that crops ripen at different times and in different climates around the world, it’s not a surprise that there are different dates.
If you’re celebrating Thanksgiving this year, have a fabulous holiday.
Presents aren’t, as far as I know, given for Thanksgiving, but it is the commencement of the retail madness season. I don’t, and never will do, ‘Black Friday’, because it seems like such a crass, commercial experience. Do you really need to be involved in fistfights to get a new television? Probably not.
There have been petitions to ban it in the UK and fights have occurred at shopping malls due to it.
Second Life’s retailers won’t be immune to it either, with all manner of ‘deals’ offered. It’s safe to say I won’t be bothering much with it. However, when it’s all over, we can turn ourselves to the much more pleasant Christmas experience in SL. 🙂
Back to full health, my re-entry to the world of SL coincided with my least favourite time of the year in SL -Halloween. It’s not something I get excited about in RL either. So rather than worry too much about the various SL related product boards, crammed with stuff I don’t like or need, I loaded up my alt and have spent a lot of time inworld recently, rather than blogging.
2019 was, for me, a total wipeout where naturism was concerned in RL, and that impacted onward into SL.
I’ve become becalmed by naturism, in and out of SL, so a bit of a rethink was required. Then it struck me while doing some Christmas shopping online, and buying some olive oil for family members from a website in Greece (actually adopting an olive tree in an olive grove).
By the magic of SL, I was able to imagine buying olive oil directly from the farmer, who was naturist, of course 🙂
And all of a sudden, my SL was reinvigorated.
We’re going to go back in time 🙂 And undertaking a series of posts relating to historical naturism, and how acceptance of nudity has ebbed and flowed over time.
I’m well into a couple of posts intended to cover attitudes to nudity in Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome, and these will be posted in due course.
In the meantime, here’s a small gallery of modern day naturists in Greece, plugged into a long, historical acceptance of the naked human form.