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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Naked Europe covers up

So I think this post is going to set the foundation for another blog post on my other site, The Meandering Naturist, as my personal opinion is that it’s only telling one side of the story. But coming from The Economist, I think this is a real important document that is likely to influence a […]

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The Scientific Reasons Why You Should Just Always Be Naked

Despite the author’s use of clichés about social nudity, especially the term “nudist colony,” the strength of this piece is found the links throughout that click through to several documents that actually add substance to the argument. Several excellent points, and several excellent sources. Worth the read. View original post: 865 more words For MORE rational […]

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