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'Naked Guy' won fame in Berkeley, challenged values
Martinez attended classes at the University of California, Berkeley. In September , his second year in college, he began appearing naked in public and led a campus "nude-in" to protest social repression. Campus police first arrested him that fall for indecent exposure when he jogged naked near southside dormitories late on a Saturday night. The county prosecutor refused to prosecute, concluding that nudity without lewd behavior was not illegal. Martinez began strolling around campus naked, citing philosophical reasons. He explained that when he dressed in expensive, uncomfortable, stylish, "appropriate" attire, he hid the fact that his personal belief was that clothes were useless in his environment except as a tool for class and gender differentiation. The university then banned nudity on campus. Martinez wrote a guest column in the Oakland Tribune : "When I walk around nude, I am acting how I think it is reasonable to act, not how middle-class values tell me I should act. I am refusing to hide my dissent in normalcy even though it is very easy to do so.
Andrew Martinez, “The Naked Guy”
He was known around the world in the early s as the Naked Guy, the 6-footinch student who went to class and strolled around the University of California, Berkeley, campus wearing only shoes and a backpack. Clothes were a symbol of elitism and repression, and Luis Andrew Martinez planned to spend his life challenging the status quo. He died at 33 in the throes of schizophrenia, though stories about his death made only vague references to problems with mental illness. But in the five months since, the people who knew him best realized there was much to celebrate. They honored his short life at a public memorial on Sunday in Cupertino, the city where he was a star football player and wrestler, the city where he took his first nude walk and where his dreams to change the world were born. There was no sign of the troubled times to come when Martinez first made his mark as a child. At John F. They met on a class field trip to the opera and traded Eddie Murphy jokes to pass the time. Their bond grew deeper in leadership class in the eighth grade. He was 11 at the time.
Andrew Martinez wanted to be called the Militant Nudist, but the nickname never stuck. He was simply too gentle, too agreeable for it. In the summer of , when he was 17 and had fallen under the nonconformist spell of Henry David Thoreau, Martinez took off his clothes in public for the first time. But before he did, he went door to door, fully clothed, in his hometown, Cupertino, Calif. Later, as a student at the University of California at Berkeley, Martinez came to be known by a moniker as straightforward and genial as he was: the Naked Guy. He ate his meals nude. He went to parties nude. He even attended class nude. Berkeley being Berkeley, few people took offense.