The Daily Newds 4/4/08

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  • Women in Denmark will be allowed to swim topfree in public pools, a triumph for proponents of equal rights. [The Copenhagen Post]
  • In the continuing war on nipples, the apparently offending male body parts were airbrushed from a Florida WrestleMania billboard. [2snaps.tv]
  • Liz Book was allowed to bare here breasts without being arrested in Florida on March 8 for The International Topfree Stand (TITS). [Diary of a Topfree Revolutionary]
  • Spencer Tunick is planning his next outdoor nude installation in Vienna on May 11, in case you happen to be in the area. [tunickvienna.at]
  • Nakedjen finally got naked in Utah. [nakedjen]
  • My friends at The Nude Life blog are also celebrating the return of the nude season. [The Nude Life]
  • PayPal is no pal to nudists. [soonews.ca]
  • Residents in Arcadia, Florida, have a "live and let live" attitude towards a new proposed nudist resort. [sun-herald.com]
  • The city marina in Fort Pierce, Florida, has banned a charter fishing service that offers topless and bikini-clad female mates. [UPI]
  • A Virginia newspaper rejected the decisions of two judges in a local high school art exhibition.
    “We honestly don’t believe those two pieces are appropriate to be held up as the winners of a high school art show, because they do depict the nude,” Pam Smith-Rodden, director of marketing for The Pilot. [hamptonroads.com]
  • Comedian Sandra Bernhard reminisces about her 1992 Playboy pictorial.
    "It was like a highlight of my career in a certain way, and I think it was kind of a pre-porn-friendly kind of mentality that we have now ... . (Now) everybody feels like they can pose nude on the Internet. I don't know - I just feel like it was something special and it was done with a specific kind of point of view, and no, I wouldn't do it again, just because I don't think it would work now." [pridesource.com]
  • "This is Who I Am: Our Beauty in All Shapes and Sizes" is a new book of photographs and short essays exploring how real women relate to their real bodies. [The Seattle Times]
  • Some people have withdrawn their children from swimming lessons at a public pool which also rents sessions to gay naturists. [Daily Express]
  • A new bylaw threatens a nude beach in New Zealand. [tvnz.co.nz]
  • Authorities in Utah are plotting to ruin the lives of dozens of teenagers who sent nude photos of themselves with cellphones, thus making felons out of flirts. [The Salt Lake Tribune]
  • A naked book reading in Germany was being heralded as yet another example of a "growing renaissance of naturism ideals" [ananova], but it turned out to be just an April Fool's Joke. [earthtimes.org]
  • The "titty tax" is DOA in Texas. [austinchronicle.com]
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