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#1 bilby

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Posted June 08 2016 - 10:50 PM

Is Burning Man in the USA clothing optional?


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Posted June 09 2016 - 03:52 AM

Depends. If you're a redhead for instance its probably only optional after sunset :P

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Posted June 10 2016 - 05:50 AM

i've never been.  more then 400 bux to get in to something you have to bring everything yourself and take it back again and can't even get there without owning a vehicule or bumming a ride with someone who does is a bit beyond me.  i've seen lots of pictures.  every year i look for pictures and videos people post afterwords.  because there is a lot of creativity and imagination and that's what interests me. 

 

and so, judging by the pictures, a lot of people do run around half naked, but we're talking about a desert climate, where i sort of think this isn't really all that good of an idea because dehydration can become a serious health issue.  that and of course radiation burns from the sun.


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Posted June 10 2016 - 06:14 AM

I've never been to burning man but I've definitely heard of it. As for clothing optional, I think there are some common sense boundaries. Girls have to keep their nipples in check (thus, pasties) and that sort of thing. However I have seen pictures to the contrary...


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Posted June 10 2016 - 03:15 PM

I live in the land of sanctimonious burners.
Clothes are optional. Costumes, it seems, are not.
But lots of skin and bits on view is rather standard. (According to my neighbors)
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#6 bilby

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Posted June 10 2016 - 04:40 PM

I reckon they should have a burn a packet of cornflakes ceremony. Cornflakes were the original "health food" bit nothing healthy about them. It also heralded the start of the processed food industry.


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