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Team Latestly
Jan 9, 2019, 10:17 AM IST

Nudist restaurant in ParisThe owners of the first nudist restaurant in Paris have announced its closing soon. O’naturel is not getting as much response of people who would desire to watch naked strangers having food. The owners overestimated consumers demand to experience the nudist way of life. The cafe will zip up or close its doors in February. The cafe opened in November last year and hasn't been seeing as much as customers as it expected.

Mike and Stephane Saada took the opportunity to start this cafe since Paris is known as a global tourist destination for nudists. Nudist beaches, resort sites for vacationers aren't unheard of. So why not extend it to eating in the buff? They decided to take the lifestyle in the food arena but unfortunately, the decision wasn't favourable. "We will only remember the good times, meeting beautiful people and customers who were delighted to share exceptional moments," the restaurateurs said in a report. They aren't nudist themselves but they opened this as a concept for those who want to try the nudist way of living.
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Team Latestly
Jan 12, 2019, 09:23 AM IST

Nudist dramaFrance has been known for a lot of naturist activities. And its coming to the theatres too. Audiences who might want to catch up on a new play named Nu et approuve will have to strip off their clothes to watch it. The name translates to Nude and Approved, and the audiences wanting to watch it, will literally have to give their approval for being nude. The play will be showcased at the Palais des Glaces on January 20.

No More Eating Naked! First Nudist Restaurant From Paris to Close its Doors in February.

Nu et approuve is a story of a brother and sister who find themselves on opposite sides of prickly social issues. In order to find common ground, they have to shed off all mask and inhibitions and get naked. This play will be the first naturist representation in Parisian theatre. 

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Morwenna Ferrier
The Guardian (UK)
Mon 28 Jul 2014 13.45 EDT

Brigitte Bardot sunbathing on the beach in 1960s. Photograph: Bettmann/Corbis According to French Elle, women have stopped sunbathing topless in France. Two French women reveal why they do, and don't, and how little it has to do with health scares

Is topless sunbathing over? It certainly is in France, according to French Elle, if the coverline on its new summer issue is to be believed: "La Fin Du Topless Sur La Plage?" – which translates, verbatim, to "Is this the end of toplessness on the beach?"

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Rick Sarre (Australia)
January 1, 2019

cobblers bay skinny dipThe warm days of summer are almost upon us. Nudity on some Australian beaches is inevitable. But exactly how much of our flesh can we bare, and when, and where?

It should surprise no-one that, when it comes to the law and naked bodies, context is everything. The man who strips off for the sauna at the gym without any repercussions could be subject to a fine of many thousands of dollars if, a few hours later, he were to streak across the MCG during the cricket. The woman who plays beach volleyball in her birthday suit at New South Wales’ oldest nudist stretch of sand, Lady Bay Beach, without legal consequences, could be fined an hour later should she not put on some form of covering when walking back to her car.

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