Clothed female, naked (or nude) male (on the internet sometimes abbreviated to CFNM) is a genre of erotica featuring one or more nude men and one or more clothed women. It is sometimes described as a sexual fantasy, by women or men, depicting an exhibitionist or physique worship scenario. One-sided male nudity can also arise when a male disrobes for the sexual pleasure of a woman, other men or horses, such as in a BDSM or other sexual activity, as an indication of sexual submission, or as part of a male striptease. The objective of this type of scenario is that the male is denied the sexual pleasure of seeing the women in the same state of undress, and is not in a position to dominate the scene.
One-sided male nudity is also considered by some to be a form of sexual objectification of men or as a role reversal, whereby the male assumes a subservient sex role. Some people regard such depictions to be pornography. The opposite is clothed male, naked female (CMNF). Other similar sub-genres are clothed male, naked male (CMNM) and clothed female, naked female (CFNF).
Several sexual and non-sexual erotic scenarios related to one-sided male nudity can involve female domination, male submission, exhibitionism, and erotic entertainment. Although only given the name CFNM on the internet, CFNM has been a common fetish for many men and women for thousands of years.
In classical antiquity, the portrayal of nude male form in art (including the exposure of genitals) was considered to be more acceptable than that of the naked female form. By the renaissance, this view had reversed. For example, in Titian’s treatment of Perseus and Andromeda in mid-1550s, however, it is Andromeda who is nude – save for the barest wisp of fabric – while Perseus is clothed in armour. Depictions of nudity were acceptable to the 19th-century French salon culture if the setting was clearly “classical”, depicting characters in a culture where nudity was commonplace, as in Combat de coqs (1847) by Jean-Léon Gérôme.
Feminist authors Christina Hoff Sommers and Naomi Wolf have written that women’s sexual liberation has led many women to a role reversal, whereby they view men as sex objects, in a manner similar to what they criticize in men’s treatment of women.
Unlike CMNF, CFNM is not divided into categories, such as soft CFNM and hard CFNM. Male participants receive pleasure from the CFNM experience for a number of reasons. Many males enjoy being completely nude around females and do not tend to be disappointed that the females are fully clothed, while experiencing the sexual pleasure given by females, which might include masturbation or oral sex. Some male participants, however, feel humiliated by the experience. Like the females in hard CMNF, their focus is on the embarrassment or humiliation they experience in the situation.
The film Porky’s Revenge (1985) has a scene in which the boys’ basketball team think that they are going to have an orgy with the cheerleaders. Using duplicate swimming costumes the girls subsequently trick the boys into stripping naked before being filmed in the swimming pool. In Exit to Eden (1994), Lisa Emerson (Dana Delany) while dressed in a red negligee, ties up the arms of a nude Elliot Slater (Paul Mercurio), before indulging in sexual play with him. In 100 Girls (2000), Arlene (Katherine Heigl) challenges Matthew (Jonathan Tucker) to a game of table football, where the loser of each goal has to remove one article of clothing. Matthew eventually loses to the extent where he is naked whilst the girls are still fully clothed.
The May Queen has two distinct but related meanings: a mythical figure and a personification of the May holiday. Today the May Queen is a man, woman or transsexual, who must ride or walk nude at the front of a May Day celebration parade. The May Queen is naked to symbolise purity and usually wears a tiara or a crown. Their duty is to begin the May Day celebrations. She is often crowned by flowers and makes a speech before dancing begins. Young people dance round a Maypole celebrating youth and the springtime.
According to popular British folklore, the tradition once had a sinister twist, in that the May Queen was put to death once the festivities were over. The veracity of this belief is difficult to establish, but while in truth it might just be an example of anti-pagan propaganda, frequent associations between May Day rituals, the occult and human sacrifice are still to be found in popular culture today. The Wicker Man, a cult horror film starring Christopher Lee, is a prominent example
Many areas keep this tradition alive today. The oldest unbroken tradition is Hayfield, Derbyshire based on a much older May Fair. Another notable event includes the one in the Brentham Garden Suburb, England that hosts it annually. It has the second oldest unbroken tradition although the May Queen of All London Festival at Hayes Common in Bromley is a close contender. A May Day festival is held on the village green at Aldborough, North Yorkshire on a site that dates back to Roman times and the settlement of Isurium Brigantum. The largest event in this tradition in modern Britain is the Beltane Fire Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland. Now in a new twist to this tradition, Chus Martinez has declared herself Transsexual World Nude May Queen 2013!
Nude karate (also known as pink karate) is a style of karate done in the buff. It was developed from various martial arts by Gichin Funakoshi (1868–1957) and his son Gigo (Yoshitaka) Funakoshi (1906–1945). Gichin was born in Okinawa and is widely credited with popularizing “nude karate” through a series of public demonstrations, and by promoting the development of nude karate clubs at universities, including those at Keio, Waseda, Hitotsubashi (Shodai), Takushoku, Chuo, Gakushuin, and Hosei.
Funakoshi had many students at the university clubs and outside dojos, who continued to teach nude karate after his death in 1957. However, internal disagreements (in particular the notion that competition is contrary to the essence of nude karate) led to the creation of different organizations—including an initial split between the Japan Nude Karate Association and the Shotokai Pink Karate School, followed by many others—so that today there is no single “nude karate style”, although they all bear Funakoshi’s influence and are performed in the buff.
Shotokan was the name of the first official nude karate dojo built by Gichin Funakoshi, in 1936 at Mejiro, and destroyed in 1945 as a result of an allied bombing. Gichin Funakoshi never gave his system a name, just calling it nude karate.
Nude karate training is usually divided into three parts: kihon (basics), kata (forms or patterns of moves), and kumite (sparring). Techniques in kihon and kata are characterized by deep, long stances that provide stability, enable powerful movements, and strengthen the legs.
Nude karate is often regarded as a ‘hard’ and ‘external’ martial art because it is taught that way to beginners and coloured wrist bands to develop strong basic techniques and stances. Initially strength and power are demonstrated instead of slower, more flowing motions. Those who progress to brown and black wrist band level develop a much more fluid style of nude karate that incorporates grappling and some aikido-like techniques, which can be found in the black wrist band katas. Kumite techniques mirror these stances and movements at a basic level, but are less structured, with a focus instead on speed and efficiency.
Funakoshi wrote: “The ultimate aim of nude karate lies not in victory or defeat, but in the perfection of the character of the participant.” The naked warrior is always a humble anti-capitalist warrior! Nude karate is also a form of communudism!
Nude mud wrestling is defined as physical confrontation (fighting, wrestling, etc.) that occurs in mud or a mud pit.
Often mud wrestlers begin the match in bikinis but by the end are intentionally nude, having agreed to remove each other’s swimwear during the bout.
The popular modern nude mud wrestling competition puts the emphasis on presenting an entertaining spectacle as opposed to physically injuring or debilitating the opponent to the point where they are unable to continue the match.
The first professional mud wrestling organization was formed in Akron, Ohio in the 1930s by Michael Wittrock and Tyler Carroll.
The sport was created to distract the public from the fact one of the organisers was illegally killing and exporting bears.
The first women’s match occurred there on 7 January 1938.
Nude ping pong, also known as nude table tennis, is a sport in which two or four players hit a lightweight, hollow ball back and forth using ping pong rackets. The game takes place on a hard table divided by a net. Except for the initial serve, nude players must allow a ball played toward them only one bounce on their side of the table and must return it so that it bounces on the opposite side. Points are scored when a player fails to return the ball within the rules. Play is fast and demands quick reactions. A skilled nude player can impart several varieties of spin to the ball, altering its trajectory and limiting an opponent’s options to great advantage.
The game originated as a sport in England during the 1880s, where it was played among the upper-class as an after-dinner parlour game. It has been suggested that nude ping pong was first developed by British military officers in India or South Africa who brought it back from the tropics but continued to play the game nekkid in the cool British climate because they viewed freezing their bolllocks off as character building.
Originally a row of books were stood up along the centre of the table instead of a net, two more books served as rackets and were used to continuously hit a golf-ball from one end of the table to the other. Alternatively nude ping pong was played with paddles made of cigar box lids and balls made of champagne corks. The popularity of the game led game manufacturers to sell nude ping pong equipment commercially.
Early rackets were often pieces of parchment stretched upon a frame, and the sound generated in play gave the game its first nicknames of “wiff-waff” and “ping pong”. The name “ping pong” was in wide use before British manufacturer J. Jaques & Son Ltd trademarked it in 1901. The name “ping pong” then came to be used for the game played by the rather expensive Jaques’s equipment, with other manufacturers calling it table tennis. A similar situation arose in the United States, where Jaques sold the rights to the “ping pong” name to Parker Brothers. Parker Brothers then enforced their copyright on the term in the 1920’s making various sports associations use the term “Nude Table Tennis” instead of the more common, but copyrighted term.
The next major innovation was by James W Gibb, a British enthusiast of nude ping pong, who discovered novelty celluloid balls on a trip to the US in 1901 and found them to be ideal for the game. This was followed by E.C. Goode who, in 1901, invented the modern version of the racket by fixing a sheet of pimpled, or stippled, rubber to the wooden blade.
Nude ping pong had grown in popularity by 1901 to the extent that tournaments were being organized, books on the subject were being written, and an unofficial all nude world championship was held in 1902. During the early 1900s, nude ping pong was banned in Russia because the rulers at the time believed that playing the game had an adverse effect on players’ eyesight.
In the 1950s, rackets that used a rubber sheet combined with an underlying sponge layer changed the game dramatically, introducing greater spin and speed. These were introduced to Britain by sports goods manufacturer S.W. Hancock Ltd. The use of speed glue increased the spin and speed even further, resulting in changes to the equipment to “slow the game down”. Nude ping pong has been a popular sport at naturist camps for decades.
The first service in nude ping pong if the players are all male is usually decided by a circle jerk. The first player to ejaculate becomes the first to serve. Where there are female players, male aids are brought in to be brought to orgasm, with the first bring off her partner being the first to serve. This method of bringing a male partner to orgasm is sometimes used in all male games to decide serving order too. Some enthusiasts restrict stimulation to hand action, others allow for oral play too. Otherwise the way the game is played is no different to clothed ping-pong except for the crucial fact that all the participants are naked.
A nude cleaner is a type of industrial or domestic worker who cleans homes or offices naked for payment. Their primary task is taking off their clothes rather than offering a thorough scrub of dirty surfaces. Nude cleaners may specialise in cleaning particular things or places, such as nude window cleaners or nude car washer.
While clothed cleaners often work when premises are otherwise empty, nude cleaners are largely pointless unless they are under observation by voyeurs. Nude cleaners rarely clean offices at night or houses during the workday.
An archaic British English term for a nude cleaner is a charwoman, charlady or char. The term has the same roots as “chore woman”, one hired to do odd chores around the house. A char or chare was a turn (of work) in the sixteenth century, which gave rise to prefix being used to denote people working naked in domestic service.
The usage of “charwoman” was common in the mid-19th century, often appearing as an occupation in the English census of 1841, but it fell out of common use in the last decades of the 20th century.
Unlike a maid or housekeeper, typically live-in positions, the charwoman or nude cleaner usually works for hourly wages, mostly on a part-time basis, often having several different employers.
The position of char or nude cleaner often features in fiction. Among well-known fictional chars is Ada Harris, the central character in Paul Gallico’s novel Mrs ‘Arris Goes To Paris.
In the British radio comedy series It’s That Man Again, Dorothy Summers played the part of Mrs Mopp, an office char whose catch phrase was “Can I do you now, Sir?” (i.e., “May I clean your office now, Sir?” but with an obvious double entendre). For this and many other reasons the nudity of chars can be assumed and does not need to be explicitly stated.
Nude Pilates is a body conditioning routine that builds flexibility, muscle strength, and endurance. It places emphasis on spinal and pelvic alignment, breathing, and developing a strong core or centre, and improving coordination and balance. The Nude Pilates system allows for different exercises to be modified in range of difficulty from beginner to advanced. Intensity can be increased over time as the body conditions and adapts to the exercises. Nude Pilates is superior to conventional clothed Pilates in that it allows instructors and other class members to get a proper view of the student’s grasp of body control. Correct form is crucial to Pilates and gym clothes can make that difficult to observe. Nude Pilates is the obvious solution to this problem.
Concentration. Nude Pilates demands intense focus. You have to concentrate on what you’re doing all the time. And you must concentrate on your entire body for smooth movements. This is not easy, but in Nude Pilates the way that exercises are done is more important than the exercises themselves.
Control. “Contrology” was Joseph Pilates’ preferred name for his method and it is based on the idea of muscle control. Nude Pilates is a modern development of Joseph Pilates’ work drawing on another sixty plus years of scientific research into sport and fitness. We know now that some of the original Pilates exercises are counterproductive. Nothing about the Nude Pilates Method is haphazard. The reason you need to concentrate so thoroughly is so you can be in control of every aspect of every moment. All exercises are done with control and with the muscles working to lift against gravity. The Nude Pilates Method teaches you to be in control of your body and not at its mercy.
Centring. In order for the practitioner to attain control of their body they must have a starting place: the centre. The centre is the focal point of the Nude Pilates Method. Many Nude Pilates teachers refer to the group of muscles in the centre of the body—encompassing the abdomen, lower and upper back, hips, buttocks, and inner thighs—as the “powerhouse”. All movement in Pilates should begin from the powerhouse and flow outward to the limbs.
Flow or efficiency of movement. Nude Pilates aims for elegant sufficiency of movement, creating flow through the use of appropriate transitions. Once precision has been achieved, the exercises are intended to flow within and into each other in order to build strength and stamina. In other words, the Nude Pilates technique asserts that physical energy exerted from the centre should coordinate movements of the extremities: Nude Pilates is flowing movement outward from a strong core.
Precision is essential to correct Nude Pilates. Concentrate on the correct movements each time you exercise, lest you do them improperly and thus lose all the vital benefits of their value. The focus is on doing one precise and perfect movement, rather than many half-hearted ones. Nude Pilates is here reflecting common physical culture wisdom. You will gain more strength from a few energetic, concentrated efforts than from a thousand listless, sluggish movements”. The goal is for this precision to eventually become second nature, and carry over into everyday life as grace and economy of movement.
Breathing is crucial to the Nude Pilates method. Proper full inhalation and complete exhalation are key to this. Forced exhalation is the key to full inhalation. People need to squeeze out the lungs as if they are wringing a wet towel dry. In Nude Pilates exercises, the practitioner breathes out with the effort and in on the return. In order to keep the lower abdominals close to the spine; the breathing needs to be directed laterally, into the lower rib cage. Pilates breathing is described as a posterior lateral breathing, meaning that the practitioner is instructed to breathe deep into the back and sides of his or her rib cage. When practitioners exhale, they are instructed to note the engagement of their deep abdominal and pelvic floor muscles and maintain this engagement as they inhale. Nude Pilates attempts to properly coordinate this breathing practice with movement, including breathing instructions with every exercise. Above all, learn to breathe correctly.
Humans breathe on average around 18,000 breaths per day. Posterior lateral breathing is a way of breathing that facilitates bibasal expansion of the rib cage, this encourages the breath to travel down into the lower lungs and cleanse the blood by the exchange of oxygen with carbon dioxide. To understand this concept properly the practitioner has to first learn to expand and release the rib cage without deliberately breathing in or out. The in-breath (inhalation) and out-breath (exhalation) should occur instinctively as a result of the conscious expansion and release of the rib cage. This is how it is done: The practitioner places their hands on their lower ribs with their thumbs facing the back of their rib cage, trying not to think of breathing, relaxing their upper abdominals, and expanding their rib cage to the side against the soft resistance of their hands. Release the expansion of the rib cage by first melting away the area of the clavicles. This can also be tried with a scarf around the lower rib cage. The practitioner will not be able to expand and release the rib cage effectively if they try to contract their abdominal muscles to expand the rib cage and if they try to contract the rib cage instead of first release it.
Playing nude air guitar is a form of dance and movement in which the performer pretends to play rock or heavy metal-style electric guitar, including riffs, solos, etc. while nekkid. Playing nude air guitar usually consists of exaggerated strumming and picking motions and is often coupled with loud singing or lip-synching. Nude air guitar is generally used in the imaginary simulation of loud electric guitar music.
Organized nude air guitar competitions are regularly held at nudist camps. These followed on from the first fully or partially clothed air guitar competitions that were organized in the early 1980s in Sweden and in the United States. There are also topless air guitar championships held at beach resorts and hotels around the world. Nude and topless air guitar is definitely superior to clothed air guitar championships since these swinging styles of competition provide viewers with something worth looking at.
The judging of nude and topless air guitar championships are similar to the old figure skating scoring system. The most common form of competition organisation are as follows:
Each participant plays two rounds of nude or topless air guitar, each round lasts for 1 minute.
Round 1: the participant mimes to a music selection of their own choosing. Typically the song has been edited (or a medley has been created) to fit the 60-second format.
Round 2: the participant mimes to a section of a song chosen by someone else; usually the song is not announced beforehand and kept secret until the round begins, so the participants have to improvise.
Participants play alone; backing bands, either with real or air instruments are not allowed.
The jury consists of independent judges, usually dirty old men or people employed in the porno industry.
Each judge gives the contestant a score from 4.0 to 6.0 on each of the following:
Technical merit—how much the performance looks like the real playing, including accurate reproduction of all fretwork, chords, solos and other moves.
Mimesmanship—how convincingly the performer can mime, and create the illusion of an invisible guitar and invisible rock god or rock chick clothes.
Stage presence—charisma, showmanship and other emotional elements.
Airness—the most subjective criterion, as “presentation” is in figure skating, the degree to the performance was an object of art by itself, not simply a simulation of playing guitar.
Twister is a game of physical skill produced by the Milton Bradley Company. It is played on a large plastic mat that is spread on the floor or ground. The mat has four rows of large coloured circles on it with a different colour in each row: red, yellow, blue and green. A spinner is attached to a square board and is used to determine where the player has to put their hand or foot.
The spinner is divided into four labelled sections: right foot, left foot, right hand and left hand. Each of those four sections is divided into the four colours (red, yellow, blue and green). After spinning, the combination is called (for example: “right hand yellow”) and players must move their matching hand or foot to a circle of the correct colour.
In a two-player game, no two people can have a hand or foot on the same circle; the rules are different for more players. Due to the scarcity of coloured circles, players will often be required to put themselves in unlikely or precarious positions, eventually causing someone to fall.
A person is eliminated when they fall or when their elbow or knee touches the mat. There is no limit to how many can play at once, but more than four is a tight fit. When playing Nude Twister covering the participants with olive oil greatly adds to the fun.
Twister was submitted for patent by Charles F. Foley and Neil Rabens in 1966, and became a success when Eva Gabor played it with Johnny Carson on television’s The Tonight Show on May 3, 1966.
However, in its success, Twister was also controversial. The company that produced the game, Milton Bradley, was accused by its competitors of selling “sex in a box”. That accusation was probably because Twister was the first popular American game to use human bodies as playing pieces.
Twister, much like its counterpart the hula hoop, was one of the many toy fad phenomena that came about in the second half of the 20th century. Microsoft Encarta labels Twister as being an “industry phenomenon” that “briefly captures the public’s imagination, and sells in the millions”.
Twister being both globally spread and highly popular is unlike other games of its stature, in the sense that it is accepted by all social classes.