Where nudity should be the norm

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Tha Naked I

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I have a really interesting topic for today. I wanted to touch on the subject of places and activities where being nude should be the common practice. Most of the time clothing is required and not because it’s more practical, but because society has deemed that certain parts of the body should not be seen publicly. This notion is completely wrong, in my opinion at least. Here are some places and activities that would benefit from not requiring clothing.

One obvious place where being nude should be the norm is swimming pools, beaches, bathing houses etc. Now, I know there’s clothing optional ones, and even places where clothing is not allowed, but this should be the common place everywhere. Think about it, at home you shower/bathe naked, so why should it be any different in other places ? Bathing suits serve no real purpose, they just cover up certain parts…

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Even though it’s cold outside, a bit of outdoors clothes free time will help your immune system.

I agree with Martin- I refill my birdfeeders outside naked whatever the temp! Very refreshing is an early morning exposure of the skin!

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Yes it’s February and it’s cold outside……

I still like to grab a few minutes outdoors clothes free whenever I can. It’s exhilarating to feel the coolness and breeze all over your skin, it wakes up the senses, makes you feel alive and in contact with the natural world.

I’m also a big believer that by going naked indoors and outdoors when you can, it encourages your body to acclimatise to the natural temperature better and this in turn provides a boost to your immune system.

I’m not sure if there is any physical data to match this idea up but I’m convinced as a regular naturist even in the winter months I seem to suffer less colds & flu. I shouldn’t be saying this as I’m probably tempting fate….

Anyway I would love to hear your thoughts on this?

Bye for now and stay naked and natural my friends.

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Being Naked Outside

A first time…..

Catholic In The 21st Century

This morning, I felt a need to turn my desire into action. A need to no longer just think about what a part of me wished I would do. A need to actually do it.

So, saying a prayer, I took off my clothes and opened my bedroom door. I didn’t want to be naked in the privacy of my room anymore.

Making sure I was alone — the other occupants of the house might not approve of me being naked, and naked was, I felt, no state to have such a conversation in — I walked to the living room.

Nudity was reserved for the bedroom or the bathroom. So it was… interesting… to be naked in a room that was neither. Walking around the living room, I felt like I was seeing it with new eyes. I felt like, all my life, I had been wearing a “Clothes Filter,”…

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What Can Naturists Do To Make Society More Accepting of Naturism?

Most people are ok with simple nudity

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Lately among our FKK facebook group members posted a statement about the requirement for us naturists to get more aggressive in encouraging our lifestyle. Among the main purposes was that we can never completely comprehend a normal life of nudie fun while we’re constantly looked down upon by greater society, and sometimes outright persecution by what the law states.
The question discussed in the place, which can be discussed broadly in the greater naturist community is, what can we really do to make beach hardon accepting of our naturist lifestyle? In trying to answer this question I noticed that one of the primary difficulties is that such dialog can quickly become highly theoretical, esoteric and way too idealistic.
When one greatly ponders all of society’s hang ups with nudity, it seems nearly hopeless that we can make any significant change. But you know what?? I don’t believe that! It actually…

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Not in a million years.

Some people are so frightened of accepting natural nakedness!

My Life as a Naturist

Just half an hour ago, a friend WhatsApped me with a crisp, ‘What are you doing now?’ I placed my Samsung S7 Edge (which I can attest to be the best selfie camera in the world now that Samsung Note 7 has been withdrawn from the market) some distance from me and took a pic with the voice control feature and sent it to him in reply. It took me only 2 minutes to pose and take a selfie and upload it on WhatsApp. This is the age of the selfie camera phone and words are now unnecessary. In reply to the question what I’m doing now, a selfie is worth more than a thousand words. I sent him this pic which was precisely what I was doing at that point in time – reading a book I had just received a few days ago from bookdepository.com:

His reply was brief:

I…

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Why Be or Become A Nudist? Here are the top 10 reasons!

There are more reasons,but these 10 will do!

Naturist Holidays in Europe

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As if You Really Need Reasons To Become A Nudist 😉

Reasons to be a nudist – Practicing nudism is often misunderstood and misinterpreted by many. However, there are in fact many benefits for being a nudist. An educated understanding and an open mind will unveil the many reasons why people choose to become nudists.

1. For Nudists, the human body is demystified

Often, we feel intrigued about naked bodies because they are hidden. However, sometimes we fail to understand that human body is not something so secretive that we can only look at it with immense curiosity, and sometimes even a sense of guilt or shame. Being a nudist will familiarize people with naked bodies and what they look like. It’s especially great for kids to learn what bodies look like. They’ll grow up without body shame, and they…

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Walking to Fairlight Glen naturist beach

Fairlight Glen a naturist haven!

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If you came here for detail of how to walk down to the naturist Beach at Fairlight Glen, Hastings or what the beach looks like when you get there then you are going to be partially disappointed. If you want to enjoy some of the natural beauty of the walk there kindly set off by my co-walker, Richard Collins, then you are in the right place.

For the route (to what some incorrectly know as Fairlight Cove), go to advice from the Saturday Walkers’ Club  or British Naturism

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Access is through the Country Park to the East of Hastings. We took a route from free street parking to approach the Park from a different angle to what you’ll find in the route advice links but eventually our path met the usual route from the car park and it is here that we stripped off to make the final naked…

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