Body Freedom is a space for individuals to be in love and liberated by who they are and the skin they are in todayRead More The new rise of naturism: Why we’re better off in the buff
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?
Been a while since I’ve posted here, but as it turns out, this post is about me! Met an online friend in California and we took to the trails for an au naturel hike! It was great, and Fred’s a excellent writer. Here’s his account of our day in the sun. As much as we […]Read More Big Moronga Canyon Trail Freehike
I’ve been writing a lot lately on my own blog and Medium about family naturism, which most certainly has an aura of taboo here in the US. On that topic, I found this essay by a young woman who grew up with naked parents to be a breath of fresh air, making a nice contribution […]Read More My Parents Are Nudists…Or As They Say, “Comfortablists”
Children have a natural curiosity about nudity. Being naked around your children—whether occasionally or regularly—can teach them what a “normal” adult body looks like. As a long time advocate for the values of family naturism, and having embraced those ideals when raising our own children, I think this article from Psychology Today goes a long […]Read More Eight Things to Know About Nudity and Your Family
If you haven’t already discovered this most excellent blog, you need to add it to your reading list. I think my favorite quote is, “There is no greater way to put someone off anything than forcing it on them, and forceful persuasion is as bad as coercion.” The fine line that lies between enthusiasm and […]Read More Encouraging Women into Naturism
It’s always refreshing to hear a mom speak out about the virtues of a relaxed environment regarding nudity around the household, and this mom – also journalist – does so particularly eloquently. Seems the jury is still out as to whether the “naked house” will survive adolescence, but it seems like they’re off to a […]Read More … We’re a Naked House
So… the Discerning Nudist is essentially a blog about other peoples blogs, along with other news clippings about social nudity, so why not feature a blog post about bloggers, along with a lively debate between bloggers on blogging about nudism? Be sure to read the comment thread at the end. The “debate” between/about several well […]Read More RE: What Happened to the Nudist Bloggers?
“Nakedness doesn’t democratise social experience, as the naturists seem to suggest….Instead, it offers something better: a shared preoccupation.” My wife and I had the good fortune of being invited guests (along with several other bloggers) on a ZOOM session with the Irish Naturist Association a few days ago, which makes this piece from an Irish […]Read More Laying bare the real truth about naturism
I’ve been mired in a discussion around this topic on the subreddit:nudism, which has become something of an endless loop, as a handful of us regulars toss around speculative theories while watching the median age at most nudist venues grow increasingly skewed by, shall we say, the more seasoned members of the human race. By […]Read More Where are the Young Nudists?