Social networks allow us to share ideas and ways of life simply and quickly and that they can easily reach many people. In fact, these tools are very beneficial to spread our philosophy of nudist life, where the naked human body is the center of this lifestyle. On the blog, in addition to trying to explain and argue in words what nudism is, we also like to argue it with photographs because, as we previously published , nothing describes what we are and what we believe better than an image. Showing photos of a simple nudity helps to avoid equating it with any type of sexual activity, as well as favoring the acceptance of the body itself.
Although possibly this video is focused on other different and malicious attitudes, nudists must also bear in mind that, when publishing any photograph taken by us, you must be careful and have the authorization of any person who appears in it so that its publication could not have unfortunate consequences for her.
In 2019, for the Nikon film festival, Alexandra Mignien produced “Je suis nue”, her first short film (less than 3 minutes), considered “powerful in an essential subject”. “This little film imaginatively addresses a subject that we talk about very little. And it is very successful, ” says Axel Leclercq on positiv.fr .
“Showing photos of a simple nudity helps to avoid equating it with any type of sexual activity, as well as favoring the acceptance of the body itself.”
Why does this woman, played by Laura Léoni , appear naked from morning to night? To get the answer to this question, you must watch this short film to the end. “I’m naked” tackles, with talent, intelligence and creativity “a modern scourge whose ravages are still unsuspected”.
Misuse, the internet and social networks are weapons capable of destroying lives. This is what this movie says. Posting photos or videos of a naked person without their consent is violent. An essential reminder, at a time when this type of phenomenon seems to be on the rise.
Original publication 6 July, 2020
Posted on NatCorn 21st July 2020
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