Encouraging Women into Naturism

If you haven’t already discovered this most excellent blog, you need to add it to your reading list. I think my favorite quote is, “There is no greater way to put someone off anything than forcing it on them, and forceful persuasion is as bad as coercion.” The fine line that lies between enthusiasm and […]

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… We’re a Naked House

It’s always refreshing to hear a mom speak out about the virtues of a relaxed environment regarding nudity around the household, and this mom – also journalist – does so particularly eloquently. Seems the jury is still out as to whether the “naked house” will survive adolescence, but it seems like they’re off to a […]

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Where are the Young Nudists?

I’ve been mired in a discussion around this topic on the subreddit:nudism, which has become something of an endless loop, as a handful of us regulars toss around speculative theories while watching the median age at most nudist venues grow increasingly skewed by, shall we say, the more seasoned members of the human race. By […]

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Naked Came the Strangers

An intriguing look at how our perceptions of nudity have evolved over the past fifty years – from Woodstock to Burning Man. The author chronicles some of the nuanced points, such as the proliferation of body ink, and more recent trends to legalize breastfeeding in public, or the more assertive “Free the Nipple” campaign. In […]

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Debunking the Myths About Nudism

While a lot of us “experienced naturists” like to speculate about whether naturism will survive in the digital age, this millennial report from Roosevelt University lays out the data that it’s already a work in progress. Nothing calls it like it is better than a college newspaper. Interesting that the reporter took on The Naturist […]

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Being Naked and Unashamed

When posting to this blog, I try to alternate between pieces by other excellent bloggers, and those that appear in one form or another of mainstream media. The only common denominator is that the writing should be thoughtful, persuasive, and intelligible. I was not familiar with the online publication called Patheos before stumbling into this […]

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