Author Archives: Gypsy Taub

About Gypsy Taub

I was born and raised in Moscow, the land of Pussy Riot. I live in San Francisco with my 3 kids. I have been an activist for over almost 12 years. Anti-war activist, 911 truther, media activist and now a nudist activist. I love my kids, love music, love to dance, love to travel. My favorite place on this planet is Mexico. I am a psychedelic advocate and healer. Legalization of sacred psychedelic medicine is one of my big dreams along with world peace, a healthy green planet Earth, and abundance for all. Remember that you are beautiful and that you are always loved.


nude love parade san francisco 2016

Location: Jane Warner Plaza (Castro, 17th St and Market), San Francisco

PARADE ROUTE: Jane Warner Plaza, Market St to 9th St & Larkin, North on Larkin to McAllister, West on McAllister to Polk St to City Hall, return down Polk St to Market, back to Jane Warner Plaza

2nd annual Nude Valentine’s Day Parade has received a permit from the SFPD and is scheduled to take place this Sunday, February 12 @ 11 AM @ Jane Warner Plaza in San Francisco. After the opening speech we will march to the City Hall and back. We gather at 11 am and start to march at noon.

All are invited to celebrate the power of love and the beauty of body freedom with us this Valentine’s Day weekend.

In today’s climate of hate brought on by the Trump administration it is especially important to cultivate and celebrate love. In today’s climate of oppression and bigotry it is especially important to demand freedom on all levels of human existence.

We want to show the world that we are not afraid, that we are united in the name of love and that we have nothing to hide and nothing to be ashamed of. We want our naked bodies to demonstrate that we don’t fight with weapons nor violence, but with our hearts and minds using the power of our spirit and the power of love. We don’t hide under military camouflage, nor do we cover our faces nor our bodies out of fear. We are not afraid to just be ourselves in the name of love, in the name of freedom.

In these challenging times it is more important than it has ever been to not despair, to believe in ourselves and to stand united in the name of love, in the name of a brighter future. It is up to us what world we choose to create.

Gypsy Taub