Month: May 2012

Originally posted on Naked Vegan Cooking:
Thanks to Hannah, Sven and Mattie for this fabulous recipe. Hannah makes awesome fine art prints which you should all check out. Hannah and Sven are from the Golem Housing Co-op, which is also awesome.  These are super-speedy, super-easy, super-tasty biscuits, with their extra lushness coming from the inimitable combination of banana and peanut butter. They’re cakey in the middle with a crunchy outside, and can go from in-your-dreams to in-your-face in approximately 15-20 minutes. Bliss! Ingredients: 220g plain flour, 40g caster sugar, 120g peanut butter, 100g vegan margarine, 2 large ripe bananas, 1/2 tsp vanilla essence, 100g additions – dark chocolate chips or chunks, sultanas, seeds, etc. Hannah, Sven, Mattie and cookies Put your oven on at about 200 degrees. Peel the bananas, stick them in a mixing bowl and mash them thoroughly. Add all the other ingredients to the bowl and then dive in with your (clean) hands, squidging until the sticky dough is thoroughly mixed. Then dollop on to a baking tray which has either been greased…

There is no such thing as a nudist colony – Dallas Nudist Culture | Examiner.com

Antiquated terms and phrases in language often die hard — even those that should have been consigned to the semantic trash bin long ago. “Nudist colony” is one such phrase. The uniformed, even among professional journalists continue to use the phrase even though it no longer describes anything that has existed since the 1950s. A recent news article published at 39online.com, the web presence of KIAH-TV in Houston, advertised an upcoming program on family nudism to be aired by 20/20, the ABC television newsmagazine. The article noted that the family interviewed for the program lived at a “nudist colony just outside Palm Beach (Florida).” The location discussed, Sunsport Gardens, clearly identifies itself on its official website as a “family naturist resort” not as a nudist colony. via There is no such thing as a nudist colony – Dallas Nudist Culture | Examiner.com.

Originally posted on All Nudist:
All-Nudist has MOVED to ALL-NUDIST.com! “I’m getting tired of being singled out because I am a single male.” How many times have you heard that?  How many times have you said that?  It’s so unfair that single men are discriminated against because of their gender, isn’t it? Well, yes it is and…no it isn’t,  for  a number of reasons.  For one thing, it’s not just a gender issue, it’s a combination of gender and the lack of a ‘keeper’.  It’s a matter of behavior.   Gosh, where have we heard that before as it applies  to men? People go to private nudist venues to relax and have a good time, free from the worries that can hamper their enjoyment of public facilities.  One of the things they want to get away from is the stereotype guy who ogles the ladies and thinks he’s God’s gift to women, and proves it by making himself available for stud service to any woman he sees.  He knows, of course, that she’s just aching for his attentions; why…