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- D · 2022: The myth of ‘Nackter Jörg’
- P · 2021: Nude at a grape harvest in a vineyard in Portugal
- 2020 Nakation: Lovely coinage discovered!
- NZ · 2020 – Vera Alves (newspaper NZ Herald): New Zealand, we need to talk
- D · 2020: Nude to the Theaterhaus Jena on 15 February for the play ‘Nackt’
Source: FAZ+, Author MATTHIAS TRAUTSCH
Photo: Deep Link to German daily newspaper FAZ
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Thanks for the link to Bernd!
It is a simple, compelling coinage: “naked vacation” is just “nakation” – short, remains in your mind!
As you may discover by browsing through the following citates, this means helpful information by media, fun, a wonderful, healthy lifestyle, and also a serious, growing business.
Have fun living your personal lifestyle in the nude, stay naktiv, plan your next nakation.
Articles about the topic “nakation” present i.e. these related topics:
Increase in body-positive messaging in the media
The latest travel trend is the naked vacation
Nude recreation is fast becoming a billion-dollar-a-year-industry
Nakation on Ile du Levant, France
Nakation prescribed for therapeutic reasons
First time in a naturist camp, yet a beloved lifestyle
Cit: “If you've ever dreamed of walking through your favorite resort in your birthday suit or soaking under the sun with nothing more than SPF 30 on your body, then maybe you are in need of a nakation. Forbes recently coined the new buzzword that they anticipate catching on quickly in 2020. From the popularity of sustainable travel to the increase in body-positive messaging in the media, nude vacations could be the latest travel trend.”
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“Introducing Nakations – Nude Vacations, And They Are Growing In Popularity” (travelnoire.com)
Cit: “Forget eco-travel and medical tourism, the latest travel trend is the naked vacation – the ‘nakation’ – with nude cruises, couples' resorts and clothing-free getaways increasingly appealing to millennial holidaymakers. […] Travel industry experts suggest that nude recreation is fast becoming a billion dollar-a-year industry. It's certainly bringing in big bucks in Florida, where the state's tourism department reports that nude recreation made a US$7.4 billion economic impact in the Sunshine State last year.”
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Cit: “The ‘nakation’ — aka clothing-optional tourism — is becoming one of the fastest-growing segments of the travel industry. […] Travel industry experts suggest that nude recreation is fast becoming a billion-dollar-a-year industry. It's certainly bringing in big bucks in Florida, where the state's tourism department reports that nude recreation made a $7.4 billion economic impact in the Sunshine State last year.”
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“Are you ready for a ‘nakation’?” (tampabay.com)
Cit: “If you’re a keen advocate for naturism, and you haven't yet made a visit to Ile du Levant, you need to move that up on your bucket list. It’s one of a handful of places that has self-identified as the birthplace of naturism.”
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“A naturist's blog: The ‘Right to Bare All’ … and other news from Ile du Levant” (meanderingnaturist.com)
Cit: “If you ask Nick and Lins, the virtues of the ‘nakation’ even border on the therapeutic. ‘A lady we met in a naturist resort in Thailand told us this story about how her friend was advised by a psychiatrist to give nudism a try’, says Nick. The woman overcame her fragilities and issues, largely due to the shared vulnerability and sense of conquered fear she experienced as a result of nuding up with others. ‘When we met a psychologist at a nudist resort in Mexico, we told her this story. Her reply was pretty simple: «Oh, I prescribe that all the time.»’.”
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“All-nude travel for the masses? Behind the rise of the ‘nakation’” (adventure.com)
Cit: “He's Canadian, she's English. They are both stark naked.
They are on 'nakation', the term for holidaying without clothes, at Katikati Naturist Park, the only private nudist park in the North Island and one of only two private naturist holiday resorts in New Zealand, although there are 17 landed clubs around the country.
The couple spotted a road sign pointing to the naturist park on the highway towards Tauranga, and turned down the 1.5km rural lane to discover the camp, set in 5.7 hectares of native bush alongside the Uretara stream.
It's their first time in a naturist camp.
‘If you had asked me five years ago would I be in a place like this, I would have said no. To the outside, it may seem weird but it's really not. It's chill, relaxed.’”
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“Local Focus: Bay a hot spot for 'nakation', with nudist cafe & nude karaoke” (nzherald.co.nz)
Cit: “[…] For such a progressive country […] we've still got some pretty archaic views on things.
This week alone, we've had headlines about a mum being asked to cover up while breastfeeding her child and a family shocked after spotting a group of naked swimmers in a public reserve.
Does any major trauma come from seeing a stranger's intimate body parts?
If the answer is yes, you've really got to start asking yourself why. […] If you're getting your knickers in a twist, maybe the knickers are the problem.” – Read more:
Several performances of the play "Nackt" [en: "Nude"] , written by the Dutch director Lizzy Timmers, are currently taking place at the Theaterhaus Jena.
Information about the play and the performance (theaterhaus-jena.de)
What could be more obvious with this topic than to open at least one of the performances to interested naturists? So, some of them have taken the initiative and asked the theatre for such an event. The theatre management is open and positive about the idea and now invites spectators to attend the performance on Saturday, 15 February 2020 in the nude.
Link to the theatre's playing schedule (theaterhaus-jena.de)
Part of the auditorium will be reserved for naturists. If you would like to participate, you can register here.
Calendar of nudevents (excerpt)
The theatre itself also announces the event as "FKK-Tag" [en: "naturist day"] both in the programme and in a flyer and also accepts registrations. We hurried up, because the theatre hall is relatively small and the number of seats in the hall is limited!