POSTPONED: San Francisco’s Nude Valentine’s Parade | The Castro
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Jane Warner Memorial Plaza | 401 Castro Street, San Francisco, CA
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EVENT UPDATE: Due to rain scheduled on 2/16/19 the nude parade will be rescheduled. We’ll keep you updated as soon as we have a new date.
Drop the pretense, drop your pants (or skirts), take it all off and join the Nude Love Parade arriving in San Francisco, the Saturday after Valentine’s Day to celebrate love and body freedom.
The nudists will celebrate love in its purest, most natural form to remind the city of San Francisco that love knows no bounds and obeys no rules. They want to remind everyone that we are only here today because our parents got naked and made love, that we were all born naked and that we are always naked underneath our clothes.
Nude Valentine’s Parade
Saturday, February 16, 2019 | Noon– POSTPONED DUE TO RAIN
Jane Warner Plaza, Castro & Market, SF
Starts at Jane Warner Plaza (corner of Castro and Market Streets) at noon on Saturday, February 16 (not the 14th, which is Valentine’s Day).
Walk from the plaza to Haight Street, via a fairly level route. The parade ends at Haight Street and Stanyan Street. The event can last up to four hours, but you’re welcome to join in at anytime or depart as you please.
“The more we hide from our true selves the more separated we become from ourselves and from each other. True love knows no judgement, no hate, no separation. True self love means accepting yourself fully just the way you are, true self love means being completely free from shame in all its forms including body shame.” – SF Body Freedom activists
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