My own post script: I am in the YNA group on Facebook, which you actually have to join to see the content. And sure enough, they have trouble with people who report content. There are only two conclusions I can draw about the people reporting the content:
They join the group and are shocked to find depictions of partly naked people in a group whose name clearly contains the word “nudist.”
They are people whose lives are so empty that they joined the group specifically to cause the folks in the group problems.
I’m not sure which is more pathetic. I also had a model friend get a warning about a picture in which she is naked, but you can’t see those all so offensive parts. Implied nudity…who will think of the children?
The story of Andrew Martinez, Berkeley’s “Naked Guy:”
It was easy to dismiss his behavior as a silly stunt, but to those who knew him, Martinez was guided by an endearing, if naïve, sort of undergraduate idealism. Raised in a family that refused to buy clothing with designer labels, he now argued that all clothes were a form of repression and that by not wearing them he was making people think about the coercive nature of convention.
I had a friend who went to Berkeley at that time and I asked her about Martinez. All she could tell me was “He had a nice cock.” Maybe the point wasn’t quite made.
Martinez story didn’t end well, and he succumbed to mental illness. In the article, friends point out that he was most sane when he was nude.