CONNECTING THROUGH NATURISM

In an effort to publish more frequently on this blog, I’m hoping to feature other naturist blogs that are really getting it right – where the writing is coherent and moves beyond the typical admonitions about sitting on a towel.

Sam and Aleah began “Our Natural Blog” about a year and a half ago, partially to advocate for naturism, but seemingly also to document their relationship and the adventures they are having together – naked when possible. It’s a sweet read and a breath of fresh air. I chose this particular post from last fall as it provides quite a different perspective to a piece that I wrote a couple years ago that suggested nakedness in itself is not a sustainable source for enduring friendship. Sam and Leah make quite a compelling argument to the contrary…

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Please visit Sam and Aleah’s blog and become a patron of substantive writing on the topic of naturism.


FOR MORE RATIONAL THOUGHTS ABOUT SOCIAL NUDITY, VISIT MY OTHER BLOG:

THE MEANDERING NATURIST


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4 thoughts on “CONNECTING THROUGH NATURISM

  1. I have been plowing their blog as well, and they have a very lovely story to tell. I hope this will help being more exposure to various naturist, and help the non-naturist understand our choices. Maybe seeing others can help encourage those who have never tried it.

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  2. My wife and I have vacation rental homes (2) in the south of France and I would like to start advertising that we are naturist friendly. I can be contacted at anudie2@outlook.fr. The property lie within a small hamlet with the local Chateau du Hautefort nearby.

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