For years, adults have participated in Pajama Parties, Snuggle Dates, Cuddle parties, all with the intend of experiencing a non-sexual Environment to become more intimate in safety. Well, co-eds at major Ivy League schools are taking non-sexual intimacy to the college campus. An underground trend is attracting a number of college students - naked parties and the name says it all. These nude parties are held all over the country and CBS's The Insider was able to obtain undercover photos. College parties are notorious for pushing the envelope. Animal House is one thing but this however is another. The junior at Penn agreed to talk to CBS 3 if we disguised his face and voice since only his dad knows about the parties he has come to love. He says the first floor is for people with clothes, the 2nd floor is underwear and the third and fourth floor are reserved for those who choose to bare all. No more than a hundred or so people attend these parties at one time. So it's no wonder there are many students at Penn who've never heard of them.
Shirts were left inside out, socks balled in pant legs. Giggling, they hurried into a basement storage room, where some 40 people stood around, under stone arches and gargoyles, wearing nothing but shoes. Lighted only by tea candles, the party had the afterglow of a literary reading: Students chatted in small groups, drifting toward the darkest parts of the room.
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Sofia Braunstein am, Feb 19, Staff Reporter. Catherine Yang. Many of us imagine it as an alien atmosphere.
Perhaps the one thing Brown University students like more than vegan cookies and John Krasinski is their naked time. The Ivy League university is hosting "Nudity in the Upspace," a week-long series of nude discussions, open mics, performances, and classes. And, of course, body painting. However, Brown is hardly the first college to encourage students to rock their birthday suits.