History and Politics of FKK – Kay Nadolny (lecture at Fusion Festival 2016)
All humans are born naked. But in the public space, being naked is mostly repressed and frowned upon. This lecture will take a look at the different forms in which people organized themselves to be naked since the 19th century. For example, in the Weimar Republic people formed groups and clubs to be naked together, the Nazis forbid those societies and in the GDR, bathing naked was widely spread, also as a form of protest. We are happy that Kay Nadolny from Peter-Weiss-Haus in Rostock and from Oase will talk about the subject!
This lecture was given at conTent at the Fusion Festival 2016 (https://www.fusion-festival.de/en/x/home/)…
Based on the first few minutes, this appears to be very comprehensive content, but – fill up your coffee mug, grab a sandwich or any other thing of sustanance because it is 57 minutes long!