Young Naturists America Launch Ask A Nudist & Have A Radio Interview
Ask A Nudist – Young Naturists America has been actively reaching out to the younger generation through hosting events for young people and building wholesome naturist websites. Within the past month, YNA launched Ask A Nudist ™ at AskANudist.com, a Q&A database where the public can ask questions about nudism and obtain answers almost instantly through a large social network of naturists. YNA is in contact with AANR to request sponsorship of AAN due to the popularity of this site. YNA’s parent site is located at NudistNaturistAmerica.org.
KROQ INTERVIEW “ROCKS”
Local radio station KROQ (106.7 FM) aired a live radio segment on January 19 called, Ask A Nudist on its Kevin and Bean Show. Lindsey and Jake were the nudist guests, representing Vita Nuda West , a young person’s group organized on the west coast who believe in “be young, be happy, be naked, be proud of who you are”.
Kevin and Bean have aired nudist themes in the past, however, this was their first show about nudism at large, no not fat. In the show Kevin redundantly stated his theory “nudist equals fat…and old” and “most people believe nudists are always the kind of people you don’t want to see nude.”
Lindsey broke that stereotype with her witty personality, pointing out that nudism is a mix of everyone and it’s all about diversity and body acceptance. At one point Kevin accused her of being a hired actor since she was “too good looking to be a nudist.” Both Lindsey and Jake did an exceptional job.
Ever the comic, Kevin said his greatest fear going to a Nudestock is “I would be Woodstock.” Responded Jake: “I personally have never seen an erection…we get that it happens but we just don’t want you pointing them at everybody”.
Several callers phoned in to ask questions. One man, Aaron, had insecurities about the size of his penis. Another girl, Tina, was concerned how Lindsey and Jake’s family members felt towards their activism in nudism.
Other questions: “Don’t you ever get afraid when you are a show-er and not a grow-er?” “How have your friends and family reacted to this lifestyle?” “Is it painful to go surfing naked?”
All of these questions were discussed in the radio segment and also answered on AskANudist.com. To hear the show, go to http://kroq.radio.com/2012/01/
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