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Vicky Allan on public Nudity

Magritte, Modigliani, Facebook: isn't it time we chilled about nudity?

Click Here for the bare essentials of this story from the Herald Scotland

European Court News

Gough plays waiting game in Euro ASBO Challenge

Click Here for the full ASBO appeal text

A Night with the Naked Rambler

Scottish Journalist Peter Ross publishes his second book of short stories including a chapter on Stephen Gough’s release from prison in 2012 - Click Here for preview

The Thought Show

How can memes be engineered to carry political messages?

A team at University College, London, has found that some far-right websites and message boards have a disproportionate impact on the memes that spread on mainstream social media networks..

The Thought Show on the BBC Radio World Service looked at memes and gave the example of a Kermit the Frog meme that went viral in January 2014. The iconic picture below is of Kermit sipping from a cup of Orange Pekoe tea, a picture that has been replicated thousands of times on social media networks with various captions. The website KnowYourMeme says that the message behind the Kermit image translates: "But That's None of My Business" as a sarcastic expression used as a postscript to an insult or disrespectful remark said towards a specific individual or group. The idea is that Kermit makes a sly dig then slowly continues sipping his tea.


IN THE NEWS

Solitary Confinement -  © Copyright image 2015 Ian Beveridge October 9th 2012 - Naked Rambler Stephen Gough celebrating crossing the English border after serving six and a half years in Scottish prisons for simply appearing naked in public -   © Copyright image 2012 John Hamilton Naked Rambler Stephen Gough shares his principle on nudity - Click on picture to enlarge - © Copyright image 2012  Knut Caspari An Audience with Stephen Gough - Click on image to enlarge - © Copyright image 2015 James Arthur Allen

We are always on the lookout for new talent. Be it artists, animators, cartoonists, film producers, journalists, performers, photographers or writers. We can showcase your work on here for free.

For more details please contact us at : info@nakedrambler.org

New Acquisitions in 2016. The NЯO received two new Naked Rambler cushions to add to our art collection. The “Naked Rambler at the Mountains of Madness” cushions are based on a painting by Glen Vaudrey and can be viewed on the Arts & Crafts page soon.

Click Here for a short video. Stephen Gough uses a quotation from Edmund Burke a politician elected to Parliament by the constituents of Bristol on Thursday November 3rd 1774, to explain why, in his key note speech, the philosophy of living by one’s own judgement.

Welcome

THE NIB

Annual HMP Edinburgh to Upper Hindhope Naked Walk to Freedom. October the 5th 2015 was the inaugural date after Ian Beveridge, a long time Stephen Gough supporter, suggested the idea on a blogger’s page in 2014. For the full story see the Commemorative Walk

For  all the Naked Rambler Front Page lead stories for 2017, see our back issues Here and for 2016 January - February - March  - April Fool’s Day Special -  - April - April Supplement -  - May Day  -  June  -  July -  - September  -  November -

Advertisement -  Do you Vape? Click on the image for website at www.cigvape.co.uk Advertisement Click on the image for the full Daily Mail report on The Naked Rambler as you've never seen him before - wearing CLOTHES! Nude campaigner quits his bizarre crusade so he can take his sick mother for walks.  Copyright Image © Solent News and Photo Agency 2016 Copyright © Chris - Via Twitter April 2016 Naked Rambler Stephen Gough Scattee Advertisement Stand out from the crowd Click on image for link

Stephen Gough explains his principle on freedom and naked rambling in an interview with Stephen Slominski for Winchester News Online here

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Stephen Gough at home in Eastleigh. Hampshire Chronicle article on covering up to look after sick mother after prison release. Full report here

Last Updated  Friday 13 July 2018 October 9th 2012 - Naked Rambler Stephen Gough celebrating crossing the English border after serving six and a half years in Scottish prisons for simply appearing naked in public -   © Copyright image 2012 John Hamilton Click picture for Amazon  link to 'The Passion of Harry Bingo' by Peter Ross. 'A Night with the Naked Rambler' is in Chapter 3 of the book. Amazon Advertisement The Passion of Harry Bingo

The Naked Rambler:

An Addiction or a Man on a Mission

Above: “A Hampshire man who has spent 10 years in prison because he goes naked in public has told the BBC he will continue his protest even if it means he has to spend the rest of his life in custody”  A BBC South report from around three years ago - Clive Coleman, BBC News legal correspondent.

Other News: While we are still waiting for the European Court of Human Rights to make its decision on Stephen Gough’s ASBO Appeal - hopefully later this year - we thought we’d take some time out for now and tell you all about the other news that’s been happening in the Naked Rambler’s world. We occasionally get requests from journalists, photographers and film makers who would like to hook up with our (in)famous wanderer and some professionals are really keen to do an interview with a view to producing an in-depth article about the Naked Rambler’s life, his exploits and what he’s going to be doing next, etc. A recent unusual request for us to consider featuring here on the Naked Rambler website was for us to tackle the horny subject of Internet Porn Addiction with the suggestion that we publish an infographic in the opinion that it “will help bring awareness about this stigmatized but very real issue”. Cue our secondary front page story from the BBC World Service about “The Thought Show” and their Kermit the Frog meme. So you think you have an addiction? Well, that’s none of our business really. Have a nice day everybody!




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Naked Rambler 'to continue protest'

A Hampshire man who has spent 10 years in prison because he goes naked in public has told the BBC he will continue his protest even if it means he has to spend the rest of his life in custody

Posted by BBC South Today on Thursday, September 3, 2015
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