Many non-naturists still think naturism is not for them. That it is either for weird people, or perfect body people, or any other group of exhibitionists. Of course, most naturists do not feel that way, and if there are, like in any other group, weirdos, perfect bodies and swingers, it’s a minority within our own minority. We are just doing any “normal” things and carrying “normal” activities, like “normal” people. The difference is that we love doing them naked. And it comes with good reasons that I, for instance, described in 12 reasons why I am a nudist.
However, when the mainstream press describes the naturist experience, it’s something we should cherish and share. The post What I learned about body positivity by running naked is one of those piece we should share widely. It explains a journey. A body positivity journey that passes through naturism and helps in accepting who the author was really. Two quotes in this article grabbed my attention. The first is the one I used as the title of this article:
I stopped seeing naked people and just saw people
Source: Naturally Carolina
Original publication 1 December, 2020
Posted on NatCorn 19th December 2020
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