After a hit debut, events company Dine Naked Bristol is planning its second 'inclusive' dinner event that promises to be a life-affirming experience. The initiative, run by Will Bryson, runs a very simple event in which people can enjoy a meal in a safe and friendly environment. Attendees at the events must abide by Dine Naked's manifesto which maintains a strict policy against photography, swinging, voyeurism, exhibitionism, sexual comments or activity during its events. The company is incredibly inclusive and welcomes women, people of color, LGBTQ and people with disabilities.
The first Dine Naked Bristol event was held at Flour and Ash pizzeria and the company will be hosting its second event at Greenbank pub. Tickets have sold incredibly fast and the events company hopes to continue this momentum with more events around Bristol. The idea behind the events is to enforce a realistic view of the naked body and to enforce a sense of body positivity.
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Dine Naked Bristol Is Hosting Nude Dining Events For Inclusivity
Justin Lam — February 22, 2018 — Lifestyle
References: metro & thedrinksbusiness