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The Naturist Living Show

Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park

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A podcast about naturism for naturists (nudism and nudists to some people) While we obviously cover issues related to nudity, naturism is about much more than being naked so we cover topics related to self-esteem, body-image, body-acceptance, and living in a more natural way.
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Unedited, Unscripted and Unstructured discussions of my Nudist Lifestyle, travels, thoughts, sharing of my food recipes. I'm a Nudist/Naturist who happens to be a Chef, traveler, adventurer, so you see why I cook only wearing my apron, Cowboy boots and my Cowboy hat; hell, why not do both Chef and a Nudist. I'm a Nudist yet society still frowns on it so I'm trying to share a little of my lifestyle. I'm living life my way and so far its been a hell of ride; loving everyday! Support this podca ...
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Unedited, Unscripted and Unstructured discussions of my Nudist Lifestyle, travels, thoughts, sharing of my food recipes. I'm a Nudist/Naturist who happens to be a Chef, traveler, adventurer, Podcaster ... ... hell, why not do all nude. I'm living life my way and so far its been a hell of ride; loving everyday! “Live Nude, Love Food, Live LIFE!”
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Why? The Podcast

Heidi Hedquist/ Luke Poling

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Naked skydivers. Jeopardy champions. Rodeo clowns. Suzi Quatro. Professional mascots. Competitive eaters. Astronauts. Cherry Vanilla. Renaissance fair kings. Benjamin Franklin. Olympic Curlers. Mandalorians. Gay erotica writers. Mermaids. Fruit cake tossers. Martha Wash. Dolphin Lovers. Hair collectors. Strippers. And satanists. We've talked to them all. On Why? every week we talk with another guest leading a fascinating life.
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The Bare to Breakers Fun Run experience and a visit to Lupin Lodge. Tim Chizmar recounts his nude walk of the San Francisco’s Bay to Breakers Race which has a long tradition of nudity. He also reports on Lupin Lodge in California’s Los Gatos Mountains where the stayed and interviews the current owner, Lori Kay Stout. Links to useful information and…
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If you're looking for an unforgettable and unique way to see tornado, why not take a tour with Twisted Sky Tours? Traveling all around Tornado Alley, Ryan and Shanda will have you chasing storms like you're Helen Hunt. We talked with them about how the tours work, how close you'll get and how astounding your slideshow will be when you get home. For…
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It’s become a yearly event that’s taking over- the World Naked Bike Ride. The Milwaukee, Wisconsin version of the ride is taking place June 22nd of this year. We spoke with John, the organizer of the event and the founder of We Bare All, a naturist community dedicated to holding events year round for people to enjoy while naked. For more informatio…
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Roller Derby is for everyone. And if that wasn't great enough, it's making a comeback. We sat down with Cheyenne Riggs aka Professor Flex (no word the source of her professional accreditation, but it sounds badass,) to talk about the sport, and, in particular, the Twister City Derby. For more information about the league, or to find out when the ne…
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On today’s show, we’ll hear from Tom Francine, the man who is helping to promote International Skinny Dip Day and the guy behind SkinnyDipDay.org. He’ll be telling us why the day is important and about the important cause it supports. Then Evan and Scott catch up on what's going on in the world of nudism and naturism. SHOW LINKS https://skinnydipda…
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Here's another fun episode from our sister show, Rock n Roll Grad School. Hey! Ho! Let’s Go! The Ramoms play punk rock music for punks of all ages. Their loving tributes to both their children and the Ramones are the type of things that make you wanna be sedated. (Or if you’re listening to the Ramoms, playdated.) For more information on the group, …
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It's the activity that will either bring friends closer together or it will most surely tear friends apart. Of course, we're talking about escape rooms. What are the rules? What can we learn about humanity from the activity? We talked with Michael from the Milwaukee location of the popular Escape the Room. For more information, you can check out th…
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The Naturist Research Library is exactly what you think it is- a library with a large catalogue, documenting the history and enjoyment of naturism. The library has one of the largest collections of such material in the world. We talked with Doug, one of the librarians about the history of the collection and, if you are allowed to be naked while res…
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There's a new/old sound sweeping the world and that's surf music. And leading the charge are The Surfrajettes, an all-female band leaving audiences spellbound with their musical skills. We talked with Shermy, one of the band's guitarists as they prepared to hit the road for a long stretch, playing with bands like The Electric Six and The Reverend H…
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There is always a reason to celebrate women and women in sports. Enter the Boot Tan Fest, a yearly celebration where women have a mountain all to themselves. And to cap off the weekend's activities, there is a naked ski run for all to participate in. We talked with Jenny Verrochi , the founder of the festival about the joy and celebration contained…
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What better way to spend a day than watching your pet corgi race around with other dogs, having a great time? Thankfully, there's a few folks in southern California who feel the same way. What started as a day on the beach has turned into a twice-a-year gathering on the beach as well as two days of races at one of the most iconic horse racing venue…
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When we talked with Marina and Tristan from The Accidental Swingers podcast last year, we had a lot of stuff to cover. Thankfully, we were able to sit down for another conversation about safe words, how relationships grow and change and even what to do if you end up dating Art Garfunkel. You can find the Accidental Swingers podcast wherever you get…
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Ask any house cat you know- they will tell you they are most deservedly worthy of a museum. Thankfully, there's the American Museum of the House Cat, a celebration of all things cat-related. We talked with Dr Simms, the founder of the museum and Julie, the museum's director. (Museum cat Mimi was too busy to talk with us.) For more information, you …
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Like many people, Eric Peschke grew up fascinated by the assassination of President John F Kennedy. So, Eric did what any curious child would do; he built the entire scene in LEGO. And now that model is heading to the Sixth Floor museum in Dallas, Texas. We talked with Eric about the model, it’s building and how it grew over the years. To see the m…
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Stéphane and Samantha take the Naturist Living Show on the road – part 2. They share their observations and experiences during the 2023 Big Nude Boat cruise by Bare Necessities Tour & Travel; who have been organizing nude cruises for over 3 decades. Come along on this Caribbean podcast travelog. Links to useful information and items mentioned in th…
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Jon Scott worked as a record promotion guy with a lot of great artists, but his most important, and meaningful, relationship was with Tom Petty. (In fact, Jon can be credited for breaking Petty, long after the record company gave up on him.) In his new book, Tom Petty and Me, Scott recounts a life-long friendship with one of the great American song…
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What would have happened if the January 6th insurrection had been successful? Harvard law professor Alan Jenkins co-wrote the book. It is a fascinating study of what could have happened. You can order the first two issues of 1/6: The Graphic Novel on Amazon, or you can get it on the comics' website. Alan also has a petition started on MoveOn.org, t…
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Jalen Harris first came to prominence on American Idol, but that's just the beginning of his story. Since then, he's starred on Broadway in The Lion King and he's currently playing Eddie Kendricks in the touring company of Ain't Too Proud to Beg. And now he's sharing his own voice with his EP ManneKin. We talked with Jalen about his journey and how…
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One way folks get into naturism is through something as easy as gardening. World Naked Gardening Day is an annual celebration designed to encourage folks to try naturism and to get in touch with the world around them. We talked with Bill Schroer about the day and it's celebration. On top of that, Bill runs the Nuance Naturist B&B in Battle Creek, M…
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Stéphane and Samantha take the Naturist Living Show on the road. They share their observations and experiences during the 2023 Big Nude Boat cruise by Bare Necessities Tour & Travel; who have been organizing nude cruises for over 3 decades. Come along on this Caribbean podcast travelog. Links to useful information and items mentioned in this episod…
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Lol Tolhurst knows of that which he speaks. As the founding drummer of The Cure, the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer had a great vantage point to the evolution of goth style. And in his new book, "Goth: A History," Lol tells that story. It's part memoir and part study of an art form- and it's all really enjoyable. (As is his new record.) "Goth: A Histo…
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We gather together to celebrate another year done and another to come. We share some of our favorite Christmas music- and it's not the usual stuff- we promise you can't find these songs on Spotify. We also celebrate Whamageddon and award the coveted title of "Dink of the Year." (And somebody better clear off their mantle!) Monstrosity Monstrosity h…
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Today, the Naturist Living Show has been podcasting for 15 years! In this short, special unnumbered episode, we do a brief recap of where we started and where we are now. Thank you to all of our guests, contributors, and listeners! And a special thank you to our Patreon supporters! Links to useful information and items mentioned in this episode: A …
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Mark Brymer has spent a career in theme park entertainment. And while that started as performing in some of the shows you see at Six Flags and other similar amusement parks, it has brought him to some amazing places, including collaborating with Dolly Parton among others. We talked with Mark about his career and the things he's learned along the wa…
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Shemp Howard can be a polarizing Stooge amongst fans. But what role did he play in making the Three Stooges the group we all know and love today? Would they even be popular now without his presence? We talked with Geoff Dale, author of a new book, More Than a Stooge: Shemp Howard is available now wherever you get your books. Monstrosity Monstrosity…
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Tristan and Myrina never thought they'd be part of 'the lifestyle,' That is... until a chance evening made them re-think their opinions on things like non-monogamous relationships and, with their kids out of the house, they thought they'd give it a try. (With a lot of communication before, after and during.) To help spread the word about the lifest…
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Throughout her career, Laurie Kaye has interviewed numerous greats. But one of her biggest interviews is also rife with tragedy. Laurie interviewed John Lennon on December 8, 1980, just hours before he was assassinated. Laurie talks about this important date in both her personal life, and in the life of all music fans and so much more in her new bo…
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This week we get a fascinating look into the heart of Nashville and, in many ways, all the music we talk about every single week. The Country Music Hall of Fame is dedicated to preserving and promoting country music in all its various incarnations. We talked with RJ Smith, a writer & editor for the museum about his job there (he just started!) as w…
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The genre of horror film has been around since the creation of cinema. And in the book Horror Unmasked, author Brad Weismann takes a look at the history of horror and where it's going. For more information, check out Brad's website. Plus, Bret Michaels had adopted Bret Michaels. Monstrosity Monstrosity has celebrity guests, deep paranormal discussi…
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Likely, you haven't spent much time looking at the beauty of the moth. (We know we certainly haven't. ) But the new project, part performance, part music, part lecture, The Moth Project takes audiences deep into the role of the moth in both nature and our everyday life. We talked with Peter Kiesewalter, the creator and performer behind the Moth Pro…
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Isaac Saldana created his company Sendgrid with a simple question. And with that question, he created a billion dollar company. Now, Isaac is starting again from scratch. We talked with Isaac about the entrepreneur bug and his approach to creative problems. Monstrosity Monstrosity has celebrity guests, deep paranormal discussions, and comedy gold. …
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An interesting discussion about writing, fantasy novels, nudity in mythology, naturism, and more with author Nick Alimonos. Plus a review of Nick’s latest novel, The Feral Girl, by our independent and anonymous reviewer. Links to useful information and items mentioned in this episode: The Feral Girl book by Nick Alimonos on Amazon The Land of Naked…
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Ep33: On today’s show, we’ll hear Evan’s discussion with Linda Weber. She’s on the board of B.E.A.C.H.E.S. Foundation, and they are planning a Naturism Museum, Library, and Institute near Haulover Beach in Florida. We’ll also hear Scott's interview with Fiona and Michael from Naked Travels. They are couple in the UK who travel around the UK and the…
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It's the season for ghosts and goblins and coffin racing. Maybe you're not familiar with the competition... Each year in Manitou Springs, Colorado, competitors carry their coffin up to the top of the track and head off, vying for the fastest speed. But the competition is about so much more than just speed. And you don't need to be in Colorado to ex…
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Let's say you want to get into horseback riding and competition- but maybe you don't own a horse or are a little too young? Well, enter the folks at the Tryon Equestrian Resort who offer events requiring only a hobby horse? For more information, check out their website or visit them on Facebook. Plus, it's the popular game about drinks where no dri…
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Most people unwind after a long day by hoisting a stein of beer. But for Jim Banko, picking up a stein was just the beginning. As a former world champion stein holder, Jim is now part of USA Steinholding, the official body of the sport. How do you get into the competition? How do you practice? And, most importantly, do you get to drink the beer you…
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Julian David Stone has had a fascinating career. Starting by sneaking a camera into concerts and photographing bands he liked, Julian found himself employed as a professional photographer before a career in film called. Now, he's turned his talents to writing books. His most recent novel, "It's Alive," delves into the fascinating story of the behin…
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Social media presents a dilemma for naturists; on one hand it provides a way to build community and promote our philosophy. However mainstream social media also consistently rejects our values, deletes our content, and bans us from their platforms. One solution is to create a social media network specifically for naturism. The downside is that no o…
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If you're looking for a travel destination, look no further. The Moist Towelette Museum in East Lansing, MI has something for everybody and you can spend hours looking at the collection. John French is the founder and director of the museum and he walks us through the impressive collection he has amassed of moist towelettes. If you want to see part…
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People are always looking for new ways to make learning fun for kids. What about using the tools everyone already has within them? Jamie Parganos started Creative Muse using creativity to help kids learn. (And it's not just kids- Jamie has seen the same approach help adults solve problems too!) The program is now in-place at some schools in New Yor…
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On today’s show, we’ll hear Evan’s interview with Helen Berriman. She and her husband Simon are very visible naturist advocates, active with British Naturism. They have a strong media presence and social media following. Then we’ll hear another interview by Evan with Gary Mussell, co-founder of SCNA, former President of AANR West about the recent s…
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