The first annual World Naked Gardening Day event took place on September 10, 2005. Now it’s been held on the first Sunday in May, regarding wideopenspaces.com and today.com website. A day when you can sit in your garden do the garden stuff or just be yourself naked, either you are woman or a man is a dream for many. Now, there is a day just for you. The World Naked Gardening Day is soon here! Read On…
This is meant to be a non-sexual nudity event Worldwide
World Naked Gardening Day is an opportunity to pull weeds, plant flowers, and harvest vegetables while getting some sun where it doesn’t usually shine.
While you might get a little dirty, the intention is good, clean, fun in the sun, and a move towards becoming more comfortable in our skin with “non-sexual nudity.” – wideopenspaces.com
Our illustration picture for this topic is choosen, because here upnorth the snow is still on the ground. So, gardening isn’t fully possible everywhere you are. But the fact the day is ment to give men and especially females more confidence of their body is important in all these media days that makes the world create wrong imaginations about women for men.
World Naked Gardening Day started in 2005
The first annual World Naked Gardening Day event took place on September 10, 2005. In 2007, the event date was moved to the first Saturday in May where it still takes place to this day. The day before, International Permaculture Day, also takes place on the first Sunday of May. – wideopenspaces.com
If the world can see beyond what the media wants to focus on. Such events might heal our minds. However, if everyone will go out and walk around naked on 6th of May this year. The time will show!… The website for the organization is down it seems, but their Facebook page is still on-line. What will you do on 6th of May!?
They also mention that this event is inspired by World Naked Bike Ride events. How many naked events are there? And why does Distrita write about this? Well, the fact that such events exists is interesting. Also, its quite independent event too it seems.