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Strip A Child For World Nude Day

by | 6th, February 2009

FEBRUARY 9 is World Nude Day. It is also UNICEF Day for Change:

Day for Change gives pupils the opportunity to wear what they want for the day in return for a small donation to UNICEF. In 2005, Day for Change focuses on the issue of food and nutrition in Ethiopia and Tajikistan.

Naked children? A day for naked children?

World Nude Day hails from New Zealand invention, rooted in a competition – top and bottom prize is US$10,000 in gold for the entrant with the best public nudity video.

Are the two compatible?

We would ask the international governing body for awards days, but they only meet on National Awards Day Meeting Day (March 6).

The advice is to do as suits. And if you must drop the nippers off at school naked, disguise yourself as Gary Glitter…



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