Public Nudity Books
Spirit of Lady Godiva
by Harvey (Photographer) and Paul Rapoport (Editor)
This unique book, eight years in the making,
presents Harvey's photographs of nudes in public places. Lots
of naked people -- women and men, young and old. But there's
a twist: right next to them are unsuspecting clothed people.
The result may be hilarious or look impossible -- but it's real.
The photos are completely unaltered. Yes,
that naked man really is leaving a store with a pocket watch.
Yes, those two naked women really are walking past a police
station. And yes indeed, there are nearly two dozen naked people
lounging on an outdoor terrace in lots of clothed company!
From New York to Los Angeles, New Orleans
to Madison, Harvey has captured an incredible variety of scenes,
including mighty famous landmarks, all with naked people right
The nudity is simple and natural: no hiding
of body parts, no streaking or flashing, no teasing or flaunting.
These naked people behave just like anyone else while ordering
a meal, buying flowers, sitting on a bench, or hailing a cab.
With well over a hundred large black and white
photos and a story about each, The Spirit of Lady Godiva will
delight readers of all ages. (Amazon book description)
Naked and Frugal: A Handbook for Parsimonious Nudity
by Paul Penhallow
This book in my opinion is the best book on introducing people
to nudism. The author used a straight forward approach to all
aspects of clothing optional recreation. The author, who is
on the cover, passed away as the book went to press but contributor
Marilyn Lovell works and plays a big role at the clothing optional
resort Avalon in Paw Paw, West Virginia. - Amazon review
More books coming soon