The new rise of naturism: Why we’re better off in the buff

After so many decades of patronizing articles about nudists and naturists, it seems the tide is turning to actually present social nudity not as a societal deviance, but instead, as an activity totally normal people enjoy on a regular basis, like cooking, kayaking, or gardening – but without clothes. And this piece comes from, of all sources, Yahoo News, where they focus on the recent pandemic boom of British Naturism, where their membership numbers have skyrocketed since the pandemic began. There are more a more pieces like this appearing in the mainstream press. Let’s hope the trend continues.

Body Freedom is a space for individuals to be in love and liberated by who they are and the skin they are in today,” she explains. “Not tomorrow, not when they lose ten pounds, not when they remove their hair or put make-up on… It’s accepting all of you exactly the way you are right now, today by using nudity as an internal transformative tool.

Stephanie McManus, British naturist.

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THE MEANDERING NATURIST


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