“Naked Truths” Raw Perceptions

One of my early posts on my personal blog about naturism – and one that probably irritated a few of my early readers. But I have a lot more followers now, and I’m curious if these ideas are moving closer or farther from the collective truth. Comment and let me know what you think…

The Meandering Naturist

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By the time I went home, I’d seen a hundred soft dicks…

Such is the opening line of a recent piece in RACKED, an online fashion magazine, for which the author was sent on special assignment to experience a week at a typical naturist gathering, intended to provide fodder for an article about how clothing defines who we are. Does it though?

Not surprisingly, Naked Truths: Who Are We Without Our Clothes by young freelance writer Jamie Lauren Keiles could easily be the sequel to David Sedaris’s final essay from his 1998 book, Naked. In each case, the writing style is someplace between unabashed and irreverent. And in each case, the author grapples with the awkward dichotomy of something (nakedness, that is) that should…

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