We stand in solidarity with Black communities and those on the front lines. Read a message from our team here. Clothes are great, but sometimes you want to enjoy the outdoors in your birthday suit. Peep our favorite spots to let it all hang out. Look, clothes can occasionally come in handy, but every once in a while we just want to log some hours in our respective birthday suits.
Note: If you have a permit, being naked is totally legal in the city. Most people know about the nude sunbathers on Baker Beach or the leather-loving nudists at Folsom Street Fair, but there are countless other spots or events where you won't get a second glance if you arrive in your purest state. From a kabuki hidden in Japantown to a roving nudist dinner club, click through the above gallery for a glimpse of safe spaces to let it all hang out. Flushing the toilet may fling coronavirus aerosols all over. Amid threats, 7 Calif. Personal-care businesses can now reopen in 3 Bay Area counties.
The Extremely Naked Truth Behind All of SF's Nude Beaches
True to form, Berkeley's City Council meeting on Tuesday night included some lengthy public debate about an issue that's not exactly vital city governance at the moment, and ultimately devolved into some yelling. It's been a while since we were debating Scott Wiener's nudity ban, which took effect in and has resulted in several older nudist gentlemen who frequent Jane Warner Plaza in the Castro. Perhaps in an effort to catch the reality-TV star mid-dirty job, an unknown drone operator stands accused of piloting the device outside the bedroom window of San Francisco resident Mike Rowe and taking. Looking to see a bunch of naked people that are, well, deceptively naked? Coming to the strip of the Embarcadero.
However, in a ban on public nudity was put into place and by public displays of nudity became illegal…. Beyond providing a stunning view of the Golden Gate Bridge, Baker Beach is also known for offering a section of sand and surf where no shirt is no problem. If you happen to be visiting San Francisco in mid-May when the race takes place and feel the urge to run like the wind without the pesky constrictions of clothing, check out the organization Bare to Breakers.