The Prophet, by Kahlil Gibran.

A wonderful piece of thinking…….

clothes free life

You may wonder what this is about. The Prophet is not a book on naturism. Of course you knew that already but I just added it for clarity.

Still, there is something about this book that intrigues me because it points out a lot of things that many people, also these days, seem to have forgotten. There is a particular part in the book that I want to highlight here.

On Clothes.

And the weaver said, “Speak to us of Clothes.”
And he answered:
Your clothes conceal much of your beauty, yet they hide not the unbeautiful.
And though you seek in garments the freedom of privacy you may find in them a harness and a chain.
Would that you could meet the sun and the wind with more of your skin and less of your raiment,
For the breath of life is in the sunlight and the hand of…

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Why the Nudity Taboo is Unethical and Must Go

Well said! It is ridiculous that there should be any shame,harm or taboo on simply being in our natural state and that we be forced to cover our skin.

the Writer's Disease

I have always believed in the fundamental right to be naked. Outside of protection from the elements, from cold and physical hazards like thorns and broken beer bottles, clothing is entirely unnecessary, a matter of custom, of adornment, nothing more. I see no reason to wear clothes at home, at the pool, on the beach or at the park. Wherever bathing suits are acceptable, nudity should be also. Clothing has nothing to do with morality. Anyone who believes that society cannot function should people expose their genitals has only to look at the Bororo, Pataxo, and Xerente tribes of the Amazon, where complete nudity is customary. Going natural was practiced in Ancient Sparta, among Celtic tribes, and remains a common form of recreation for many Americans. Just visit NudeState. The image collection of families and friends sharing “naked time” together is simply beautiful. This is why it breaks…

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Dare To Be Authentic!

Very thought provoking….

Struggles of a Christian Naturist

Are you singing everyone’s song but your own? Are you marching to the beat of everyone’s drummer but your own? Are you performing to an ever-changing, ever-fickle audience? Do you even have your own tune? Do you even have your own drummer? Are you acting for approval which never comes? Does anyone really know the REAL you, or do they see a carefully-crafted persona, an Avatar? If you are, you are NOT alone.

Yes, I have been there too, for the first fifty-seven years of my life, and I was lost when I “struck-out” that last time. I had a name, but I didn’t know WHO I was. Those were treacherous-waters. When I started not caring about what anyone thought about me, the real ME started emerging, peaking out from the rubble of what had been my life. It was hard. It was scary, but I had to…

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Girls just want to have fun

The Brontes and Haworth I love.

The Naked Truth continues...

Haworth, The Bronte Parsonage _ Travel _ PinterestThe first editions were published under the Bronte sisters'male ___

Literary classics are rare but to have several come from one family is nothing more than astounding. Today is the 200th anniversary of Charlotte Bronte’s birth and after watching film adaptations of their writings you have to admire their creative aspirations. The Bronte sisters over two years wrote four classics that stand the test of time and many film and television adaptations.
The Brontës were a nineteenth-century literary family associated with the village of Haworth in the West Riding of Yorkshire, England.  Charlotte was born on 21 April 1816, Emily on 30 July 1818 and Anne on 17 January 1820 all in Thornton, Yorkshire. They had two sisters, both of whom died in childhood and a brother, Branwell. Their father, Patrick, was an Anglican clergyman who was appointed as the rector of the village of Haworth, on the Yorkshire moors. After the death of their mother in 1821, their Aunt Elizabeth came…

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Sunday, Monday

Just being normal!

The Outdoor Co-ed Topless Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society

IMG_1969Eighty degrees. Who cares that the calendar says it’s still spring, not summer? It was eighty degrees this Monday, and sunny af (as the kids say), and we’ve got the incipient tans to prove it. All over. Well, almost. But almost. And, man oh man, did it feel good.

IMG_1538Is there a better feeling than that first time you peel your clothes off outdoors under the hot sun after a long, cold winter? You wouldn’t know it from looking at the smiles on our faces this Monday when we headed out to Washington Square Park.

IMG_1588IMG_1863IMG_1817More than a dozen of us showed up to share book recommendations (Tom Robbins, Elizabeth Kostova, Mary McCarthy, Tiffany ReiszCharles Ardai)…

IMG_1561IMG_1509IMG_1596…white chocolate macadamia nut cookies, cucumber water, and warm hugs for old friends. All of which are better enjoyed topless. But then, what isn’t?

IMG_1492Behind us, an impressive…

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wow: “if the internet was silent” poem by moniqua

A female view

clothes free life

Editor’s Note: As part of today’s Women on Wednesdays, I share with you a poem written by contributor Moniqua around her online experiences. I appreciated this piece so much, because it echoes sentiments I, too, had when I first stepped into clothes free life and the online space, and it remains the inspiration around how I continue to tweak my online interactions. – hontouniheart

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World Naked Gardening Day

It’s great to do your gardening naturally skindressed!

Nu et heureux - Naked and Happy

Gardening is one of those natural activities that are better done naked. Gardening naked provides a unique feeling of being close to nature, of enjoying deeply our connection to the earth and to the air. The next World Naked Gardening Day is planned for May 7th.

So get your garden in order after winter. Check if all your tools are ready, get some new seeds if needed and plan your day to spend it in your garden enhancing its natural beauty. Spending a day naked taking care of your garden is worth all the meditation and relaxation. It’s healing for your body, soul and mind.

One of the beauties of naked gardening is you do not have to wash any clothes. Gardening involves some “dirty activities” like moving earth and planting seeds, that can strain your clothes. When you are naked, just a shower and everything’s off. Try not to…

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