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Top 10 Reasons to Get Totally Nude at the Florida Young Naturists' Naked Spring Bash (NSFW)

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10. Naked Harlem Shake
So what if this particular strain of internet virus has already run its course? The fact of that matter is nudity equals hits! And if you've ever had a chance at becoming even a shred of internet-famous, this is it. 

On Saturday, April 12, at 1 p.m. Marianna Lavin of the Florida Young Naturists will be coordinating what's being sold as "the first ever Naked Harlem Shake" video. Participants are encouraged to bring their own "props" -- hula-hoops, glowing poi (those tethered weight things people swing around like they're at a rave), pool toys, giant bananas, whatever. Don't worry if your mom happens to come across the uncensored vid floating around in cyberspace -- at least you can say you were a part of history!


9. Fire Dancers
Speaking of swinging things around like you're at a rave, fire dancers are like the hotter, more badass version of every glow stick-twirling, hula-hoop-gyrating, high on life hippy-performer you've ever seen. 

As the sun goes down, grab a fellow young naturist by hand, spread your blankets across the grass, lean back into the dewy warmth of the Florida night, and let your eyes go in and out of focus as you take in the primal body contortions and glowing infinity patterns of the expert fire spinners. 

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Falyn Freyman is a freelance multimedia journalist based in Miami. She previously produced videos for Univision and edited music content for New Times Broward-Palm Beach. Her work has been featured in Vice, Bustle, Broadly, Time Out, and other publications. She has a master's degree from the Columbia School of Journalism.
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