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 […]Read More Naked Europe covers up
So I’m not sure how I feel about this one. It’s better than most of these lists in that the author did a good bit of digging beyond the usual cliché places that turn up on this kind of list, but…it’s a rather bizarre mix of places that are geared to family naturism, with a […]Read More The best places to vacation naked in all 50 states
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 […]Read More The Scientific Reasons Why You Should Just Always Be Naked
I have a friend who has recently gotten into naturism who stated bluntly, “You know, somebody should write a naturism for beginner’s page so you don’t feel like an idiot the first time out!” Actually, I think that’s been done quite a lot, but I think this article does it particularly well, thoughtfully omitting most […]Read More How to travel: what to pack for a naturist resort break
Was a bit reluctant to post this one, as I think the “traditional nudist camp” experience can be a bit hit and miss -most recently, more of a miss than a hit. But I always appreciate a good write-up on social nudity in the mainstream media – in this case, The Charleston City paper. The […]Read More Naked and Unafraid
Originally posted on Σ Frame:
Targeted Readership: All This post offers a diversion from my current topic of cultural ethics, which will be resumed soon. A Short Story Illustrating the Glory of Nudity (Literally!) I once took a class in Architectural Drawing during my University days. One day when it was raining, and we couldn’t go…
Originally posted on The Meandering Naturist:
I just clicked through on a quirky piece on a Second Life blog with a series of naturist photos and a compelling case about the normalcy of nudity – or at least, how that should be the case. I’m not a Second Life guy, so I have only a…
I’ve been following Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park near Toronto for quite some time now, but I didn’t realize until reading this article that one of the owners actually teaches a university course about naturism. Wish that had been offered when I was in school! The article tells of a young mother who decided to […]Read More Do naturists have the right idea raising kids around social nudity?
An interesting read from the female perspective, when a 50-something woman conquers her inhibitions – not only about nudity, but about her body in general. Not sure how this would play in the US, but it seems our British counterparts might be a bit more progressive in this arena. View original post: 1984 more words […]Read More Would you let your friends see you naked?
Just stumbled into this piece that was published last summer. I think it’s refreshingly candid, straight-forward, and a compelling case for humans to get over the stigma of non-sexual nudity. So there! View original post: 680 more wordsRead More The pros and cons of growing up in a Naked House