And a Naturist Angel appeared…

The Meandering Naturist

My regular followers are probably aware that we have just returned from two blissful weeks in Greece, starting on Rhodes so we could check out the new (as of last year) naturist hotel, Naturist Angel Club, then on to Crete where we made our second visit to Vritomartis on the south side of the island. (More about that part of the trip coming soon.)

Don't blink. You'll miss it. Don’t blink. You’ll miss it.

While Greece has a long tradition of technically illegal, but largely tolerated nude beaches, we have been pleased to see several clothes-free inns and hotels open over the past several years. As best I can tell, many of these ventures have been borne out of a desire to find a niche market amidst an otherwise mind-numbingly vast array of accommodations – which appears to be the genesis of Naturist Angel Club Hotel.

Having never visited Rhodes before, it was…

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Unity…

Struggles of a Christian Naturist

Is it any wonder that the Church seems powerless? Is it any wonder that the Church seems to be having less and less impact on society? Is it any wonder that there are more and more “churches” but fewer and fewer Christians? We all claim to be Brothers and Sisters in Christ, but you would never know it by the way we act. Where has our Unity gone?

The more the New Testament church spread, the less unity it exhibited. By the time the Apostle Paul came back to Jerusalem in Acts 15, the seeds of discord had already been sown.

Certain people came down from Judea to Antioch and were teaching the believers: “Unless you are circumcised, according to the custom taught by Moses, you cannot be saved.” 2 This brought Paul and Barnabas into sharp dispute and debate with them. So Paul and Barnabas were appointed, along with…

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Nudism/Naturism: Nudity banned, violence permitted

Jillian Page

Photo by Jillian Page exclusively for jillianpage.com and Turning the Page. No other reproduction permitted. Why should the men in this picture be allowed to be topless in public but not the women? In fact, the women in this picture were allowed to be topless in public one Sunday in August 2014 at Mont-Royal in support of topless equal rights for women. Sylvie Chabot (centre, in white jeans) leads a march around the George-Etienne Monument on Mont-Royal as part of a Go Topless demonstration. (Photo by Jillian Page exclusively for jillianpage.com.)

It seems sad in this modern age that women are still not allowed to go topless in public places where men are allowed to do so.

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If you wouldn’t censor my hands, then why censor my penis?

Clothing Optional

censorship

Hey friends,

It’s one crazy world we live in—too much of society has become so married on the idea about nudity being connected to sex—a man’s penis and a woman’s vulva and breasts are sex objects. Too many people think that if a penis or female breasts or a vulva are shown, it is purposely meant to sexually arouse people. And of course, sex is an adult thing, which obviously children shouldn’t see. So this is what people think—naked means sex, oh I gotta hide it from the kids and I’ve always got to cover up if I am not having sex or want it. And because of that, whenever nudity is shown on TV or in most movies, the genitals and buttocks are usually always blurred or somehow censored. IT’S A CRYING SHAME. So does this mean no other parts of the body can also be used for sexual…

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Public nudity, what is the issue?

nakedrant - www.nude-muse.com

Imagine a newspaper headline that read “People are forced to be nude.” A lot of people would be shocked. Now this is the headline that accurately states the current state of affairs “People forced to wear clothes.” That shock is how I and many others feel.

“it should be remembered that wearing clothes is the norm in society and a court of law considering decriminalizing nudity needs to recognize the serious implications of such an act.”

That is what was reported in a Calgary newspaper in regards to a man who went through a drive through restaurant, while nude. It should also be remembered that wearing clothes was not always the norm in society and there weren’t any laws forbidding such, until somebody made it up. Such a law can be unmade and  decriminalizing the nude human body should be everybody’s right and is in their best interest. The very…

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