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As if nudists and naturists alike need a reason to unclothe as nature intended. Now we get an extra special day that is celebrated around the globe. Days like the 13th annual World Naked Gardening Day (WNGD) on May 6 this year. WNGD has become an annual tradition that celebrates gardening in the buff.

The American Association for Nude Recreation (AANR) encourages you to get out and take advantage of a day just like this. WNGD can be used as a great ice-breaker and opportunity to introduce nudism/naturism to others. Most importantly though is to remember the sunscreen and to have fun while enjoying the sun shining on you and your garden.

Last year AANR promoted this event on social media and the post went viral. The number of comments, likes, and especially shares reached over half a million viewers. What makes this even better is that we did it twice. After our first post was reported by someone as inappropriate and removed, we posted a second time and had just as great of a response. We hope to have an even better response this year. So, if you are participating in WNGD remember to use #WNGD and #AANR on all of your social media postings and follow AANR on Facebook and Twitter.

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  4. Gerald W Dupree says:

    My wife and I celebrate World Nude Gardening Day every year, in fact nearly every day of the year. We look forward to celebrating again this year and encourage our textile friends to try it. Some think we are kidding.

  5. Gerald W Dupree says:

    In addition to my previous comment. We live in a unique area where nearly everyone has a swimming pool and it is very common for people to be nude in their homes and yards as well as their pool and spa, at least for most of the year. We live in the desert near Palm Springs.

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