Category Archives: Naked living

How controversial is naturism?

Nope. In fact, being a practicing naturist at home, or in other private settings, is rather controversial, especially in many or most areas of the U. S. Yes, no doubt millions of people, most of whom probably don’t even consider … Continue reading

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Nude modeling session: Another entrance, another exit

This blog post from Jillian Page got me thinking, since it alluded to a favorite Shakespeare line that has a lot of relevance to social nudity. Jillian began with the rhetorical question: If all the world is a stage and … Continue reading

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People may hate you for being different

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Nakedness is the special sauce

Nakedness is the special sauce that enhances so many of life’s finest, most profound experiences: Quality time spent with families – meals, celebrations, etc. Social gatherings and parties with good friends Practice of yoga and meditation Pagan esbats, spiritual ceremonies … Continue reading

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Our homes – our rules

The previous post here (How do women really feel about nudity?) has attracted many readers, but has generated surprisingly little discussion. Curiously, one point that has been raised was somewhat tangential to the main topic. I cited an article by … Continue reading

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