This excellent blog post hit home in a big way. The authors make an excellent point that hiding your face when posting about normalising naturism is actually antithetical to the cause of…normalising naturism. Personally, I use a pseudonym while blogging, and exercise caution regarding facial recognition, as an important tenet of my job involves working […]Read More Why are we Hiding?
Fridays have become “Discerning Nudist Day,” where I post thoughtful pieces by other authors related to social nudity. This piece by a brilliant young writer speaks to the commodification of bodies and how that plays into the psychology of why just about anyone with even a hint of self-awareness may not be eager to participate […]Read More Bodies for Sale
I’m hoping Fridays will become “Discerning Nudist Day,” where I’ll resume the practice of posting thoughtful pieces by other authors related to social nudity. This piece is an interesting foray in that direction. It’s a few years old, but I particularly appreciate that the author is female. She is quite forthright about casual nudity, even […]Read More Take It Off: 7 Struggles Of Being A Nudist In A World Full Of Clothes
An intriguing look at how our perceptions of nudity have evolved over the past fifty years – from Woodstock to Burning Man. The author chronicles some of the nuanced points, such as the proliferation of body ink, and more recent trends to legalize breastfeeding in public, or the more assertive “Free the Nipple” campaign. In […]Read More Naked Came the Strangers