Tag Archives: social nudity

Body dysmorphic disorder

Body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) is the clinical term for an acute form of psychological distress. It is considered a type of mental illness when it impairs an individual’s ability to function reasonably well in social contexts. According to Wikipedia, in … Continue reading

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Evangelical naturism?

Is evangelical naturism a good thing? Yes, it is, and we need to have a conversation about why this is so. There has been an interesting response from some naturists to the article offering “Tips for expanding your naked comfort … Continue reading

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What is “naturism”?

Although most serious discussions should begin by defining terms used, it’s often not a good idea to spend too much time in such activity. Words are just means to an end (namely, conversation and communication), and disagreements about which are … Continue reading

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Are you a Naked Person?

Are you a Naked Person? I think your view of nakedness says more about you than how conventionally beautiful you are. It’s not about how many packs you’ve got in your stomach, or how much bounce you’ve got in your … Continue reading

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Tips for expanding your naked comfort zone

If you’re a full-fledged naturist who’s happy to go naked most of the time it’s possible and physically comfortable to do so, congratulations. You probably won’t find much here that’s useful, except to share with people you know who are … Continue reading

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