A group of naked students from a California technical college were seen stripping naked at a nude college in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
The naked girls were among hundreds of students at the California State University, Los Angeles (CALLS) campus.
The students took off their clothes for the first time as part of the nude school initiative, which aims to promote healthy living and improve public health.
One student said she had been naked for the last three years and has a tattoo on her leg, which she has removed.
“I didn’t want to be a slut,” she said.
“It is a privilege to be naked, it’s a privilege for me to be in this position.”
A group at CALLS was also naked for a period of time in the morning, to promote healthier eating habits.
“We were going to do a bit of a break, we were going through some issues with eating, with exercise and the like,” one student said.
Students were also photographed in a group photo with their legs crossed.
“That’s the first nude school I’ve ever seen,” said one student, who asked not to be named.
“If it was me, I’d be in a very uncomfortable position.”
In an interview with the local CBS station, student Megan said she would like to become a model one day, but the nudity and the fact that the students had taken their clothes off made her think twice.
“To me it’s very empowering, especially when you have a lot of other people that are naked.
I think that’s why it’s so exciting,” she told the station.
“Naked is not the end, it is just part of it. “
I’m not really a big naturist. “
Naked is not the end, it is just part of it.
“The nudity is very important.” “
There’s lots of people out there that are very passionate about the subject, and it’s cool, but I think if you’re a little bit more comfortable with yourself and want to try something different you can definitely do that,” she added.
“The nudity is very important.”
Nudist protest Students at CALS took off the school uniform and stripped off as part to promote a “naked school” initiative.
The school’s students’ protest on Wednesday night was also met with condemnation from the local community.
“While it is an amazing feat of physical strength and self-discipline, the nakedness is not empowering to our students and it is not inclusive to all students,” said CalLS President and vice-chancellor, Jennifer Nolen.
“Our students are here because they love and care about their bodies, and they want to express that love and that care. “
“In a society where we expect women to dress up for work and social events, naked is not an excuse to avoid our bodies. “
“As a community, we must not let our concerns and our concerns alone and do everything we can to support students who choose to participate in the naked school.” “
Nolen said that the nude protest was part of a larger protest against sexual assault on campus. “
As a community, we must not let our concerns and our concerns alone and do everything we can to support students who choose to participate in the naked school.”
Nolen said that the nude protest was part of a larger protest against sexual assault on campus.
She said that nude students are encouraged to speak up about their experience with sexual assault and sexual violence.
“All students should feel safe to participate and to speak out when we hear about sexual assault, because when we are silent, we are also not silent,” she wrote.
We will make sure you get the support you need when you speak up.””
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