There are differences between nudism and clothes that make the two exact opposites. Of course, this is true. Let’s talk more about this.
Clothes are artificial, nudity is natural. Clothes cost money; nakedness is free. Money can buy clothes but not comfort or nakedness. Clothes are restricting and nudism is not. Clothes are a waste of resources and we go green with nudism. We outgrow clothes from our growing-up years when we become adults but we never outgrow our nakedness. Fashions change but nakedness is always in style. Clothes are materialistic but not nakedness. Clothes increase pornography while nudism does not. Clothes divide us while nudism brings us closer together. Au naturel is always in style, no matter the time of year. Nudism is open for anyone because clothed means naked underneath the clothes. The pay of a nudist job is beyond monetary value –…
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“Little is much” is counter-intuitive in American society. We have succumbed to the “Tower of Babel” mentality and a lust for more…MORE…MORE. We want to “make a name for ourselves“. We want more success, more wealth, more influence, more prestige, more power, more control…bigger cars, bigger homes, a more prestigious address, more stuff, more, MORE, MORE. We have succumbed to Satan’s first lie “You shall be as gods“, and we are willing to sacrifice everything on the altar of our success. This, however, is meager fare in God’s economy.
You may not think that you have much to offer to God in the way of resources or talents, but God has a way of using the most unlikely people to do great things in His kingdom. Twelve men, who would never have been awarded “Most likely to succeed
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One of the recurring themes on naturists forums is the, somehow, lack of women. It’s sometimes true there are more men than women interested by naturism, online. On nude beaches or nudist resorts, I still feel women are well represented and parity is almost perfect. Now, when you discuss nudism with women and men, women are generally less enthusiast to try. They may feel less secure, more vulnerable. So when other women share their experience about nudism, it’s the kind of information worth spreading.
The first story comes from Kimberlee, who shares her experience at the Caliente Resort in Florida. Kimberlee shares how she moved from body shame to body acceptance by getting naked. As she said to get over her body shame, “I gave myself a challenge to go to a clothing optional resort”. I love the way she shares how people are just behaving normally while naked:…
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Nudism is truly for all ages. It’s a very good and exhilarating lifestyle. Let’s talk about how and why nudism is not age-restricted.
Nudism is for all ages because we are naked underneath our clothes when we’re clothed. Therefore, we cannot escape from nudity. Why be afraid of nudity? Why be horrified of the sight of a naked body while being okay with someone murdered?
Non-sexual, wholesome nudity should be shown and seen to children as well. It’s very good and important for children to know about the human body because they belong to humanity.
We are all born naked. Nudism is the way forward and should be something for everyone to enjoy, which indeed it is there for anyone and everyone. The only thing keeping us from being nudists is the clothes we wear. We just need to take our clothes off and be comfortable in our own skin…
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A week or two ago, I started reading Naked in the Woods, a guide to Spiritual nudity by Storm Moon. As a naturist who loves hiking naked in the woods and who started naked meditation some months ago, the theme was of deep interest. I loved the first pages, the description of our links to our mother earth and how nudity can help us getting closer to nature, this spoke directly to my deep feelings. Then, when the author started to speak about his personal practice of nude walk in the forest, it stroke me that I was never entirely naked when hiking: I had walking shoes, a rucksack, a cap… What would it be to be entirely naked?
The question needed an answer. As it was dusk, I decided to go for a walk in the forest entirely naked, leaving everything, clothes, watch, shoes. As I was already…
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Do you REALLY want to know who your neighbor is? Almost two-thousand years ago, a man asked Jesus this question, but the answer he got caught him off-guard.
The Parable of the Good Samaritan
25 And behold, a lawyer stood up to put him to the test, saying, “Teacher, what shall I do to inherit eternal life?”
26 He said to him, “What is written in the Law? How do you read it?”
27 And he answered, “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind, and your neighbor as yourself.” 28 And he said to him, “You have answered correctly; do this, and you will live.”
29 But he, desiring to justify himself, said to Jesus, “And who is my neighbor?”
30 Jesus replied, “A man was going down from Jerusalem to…
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ARE YOU AFRAID OF IT?
In defense of Nudity as a healthy way of getting comfortable in your skin and closer to your “Goddess/God”
I am a nudist. I love being in the nude and I believe it’s quite natural. I feel so free when I get an opportunity to lounge around in the sun, in the nude, or walk around feeling the cool breeze between my thighs, making my lips feel refreshed and beautiful, that I seek to be in the nude periodically as I find it healing and healthy.
However nudity for some is ranked up there with the likes of completely repulsive and unacceptable behaviors. This includes many people and governments that have outlawed nudity, creating LAWS against it. One such places is my current but soon to be leaving it, Los Angeles.
In all of LA County any kind of nudity is illegal…
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Buck again. As many of you might now, I am a young male adult nudist devoted to spreading the word about the positives of nudism/naturism, who thinks strongly about social nudity and nude recreation becoming more widely accessible for everyone. Well what some of you might be interested to know, I also feel strongly about family values. I also love kids, and plan to have a family of my own someday. And when I say “everyone”, I mean kids in that too. There definitely needs to be more kid-friendly nude recreation out there.
I am curious to learn how you guys feel about this—more family-friendly nudism becoming more widely available. As a young adult nudist, I understand there are lots of great nudist resorts across the US. Unfortunately, a lot of resorts only cater to adults and couples—I find it kind of sad that there are still a…
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