Nudity Increases in America

After falling away from the blogosphere for a few months, I’m making my re-entry with this archival piece from the New York Times dated September 2, 1974. What I find most fascinating about the piece is that it seems the pendulum does, indeed, continue to swing from one direction to the other. The last 20 […]

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What Nudism is Really Like

Found this post as a Retweet from @carley_sudlow, which led me back to the University of Washington student newspaper, where a talented young author named Charlotte Houston wrote the startlingly insightful analysis of why people engage in social nudity – with a little help from her friends in the Psychology Department. One of my favorite […]

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Naked, with Children

Was actually about to put up a more recent post on this subject which, in the last place, I found to be so indecisive that I – as a confirmed naturist and father of three children – came away more confused than before I read it. So I did a quick web search for “nudity […]

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Letter of Recommendation: Naturism

While maybe leaning to a bit to the esoteric extreme, it is refreshing to see this recent commentary from the New York Times giving a somewhat muted endorsement for naturism. What is most pleasing, actually, is the author made it through the entire piece avoiding all the typical puns and stereotypish gags about social nudity, […]

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6 Reasons to Spend More Time Naked

Written from a female perspective, this journalist says you’ll not even feel healthier with some daily naked time, but happier as well. The author is a registered nurse and columnist for Healthline. Positive and persuasive. View original post: approximately 800 more words FOR MORE RATIONAL THOUGHTS ABOUT SOCIAL NUDITY, VISIT MY OTHER BLOG: THE MEANDERING NATURIST

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