National Nude Day in US
National Nude Day in US is held on July 14. This event in the second decade of the month July is annual. Help us
National Nude Day celebrated with thirst traps, laughs, self-love.
Sexting is defined by the U.S. court system as an act of sending sexually explicit materials through mobile phones. The messages may be text, photo, or video. Teenage girls have a few reasons for why they participate in sexting: 40 percent do it as a joke, 34 percent do it to feel sexy, and 12 percent feel pressured to do it. Nearly 40% of all teenagers have posted or sent sexually suggestive messages, but this practice is more common among boys than girls. 15% of teens who have sent or posted nude/semi-nude images of themselves send these messages to people they have never met, but know from the Internet.
The Nude Day started in New Zealand, and from there it spread to other Western countries. National Nude Day came into being when former-rugby-player-turned-television-presenter Marc Ellis dared viewers to streak in front of New Zealand's former prime minister, Helen Clark, some time at the beginning of the 21st century.
We urge you to observe the limits of decency on this Day!