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Dame Esther Rantzen reveals her passion for nude sunbathing
The former That’s Life star urged anyone who takes issues with seeing people naked to look the other way.

Dame Esther Rantzen has rhapsodised over the joy of nude sunbathing, and urged neighbours who take issue with people doing it in their gardens to “look at something else”.

The TV star, 78, said she has been a fan of the practice for years and does not see it as too different to the skimpy outfits worn on Strictly Come Dancing.

She recalled shedding all her clothes to sunbathe on her 50th birthday, before posing for photos with her neighbour’s children, telling BBC Radio 4’s Today programme: “You must try it, it just feels completely different, you haven’t go the sweaty bits where your clothes are overheating you, you haven’t got the bit where the straps cut into your flesh.

Esther Rantzen on Strictly Come Dancing with professional partner Anton Du BekeKieron McCarron/BBC
Esther Rantzen on Strictly Come Dancing with professional partner Anton Du Beke

“You have got whatever draft or soft breeze there is on every pore and every cell of your body and it really makes you feel wonderful, and far from neighbours complaining, when I did it on my 50th birthday – I wasn’t completely nude because I was wearing a hat and a necklace too actually – the neighbours came round with their children, who started to giggle.

“It’s a good thing they did because my late husband was quite cross with me and was trying to remonstrate with me, because he’s a little bit more inhibited than me, and when he saw the girls giggling he went and got his camera.

“And so the photographs exist but the terrible thing is, in my senior moment, I’m trying to remember where those photographs are and I don’t know.” Continued…Read full original article…

Source: BT TV

Original publication 3 July 2018

Posted on NatCorn 16th July 2018

Indoor Nudism

When most people think about nudism they generally think of sunbathing, volleyball, the beach, or the “colony”. Nudism is usually associated with outdoor activity.

But what happens when the weather, or living situation, won’t allow for traditional naturism?

Well, you do what you have to. As I said in “So What, You Like, Go Naked All The Time?” naturism doesn’t have to be limited to just camps or clubs or beaches. Nudism can be practiced anytime and anywhere, especially in the comfort and privacy of your own home.

What are some of the things you can do as an indoor naturist? Well… Anything you can do clothed. Chores like dishes, laundry (though a bit less), cooking (yes, even the proverbial frying bacon), and cleaning are all more fun and comfortable in the nude. Continued…Read full original article…

Source: Orthodox Nudist

Original publication May 23, 2018

Posted on NatCorn 28th May 2018

The naturist trail: ‘Once you try it, there’s no going back’
Pat Gallagher, president of the Irish Naturist Association, and his wife, Mary, are among the few in Ireland willing to speak publicly about the lifestyle. They started off by accident, says Pat

You might think that nudists would be fairly visible and easy to track down. Isn’t there a latent exhibitionism in casting your clothes to the wind and stepping out mother-naked into the sunshine? An out-and-proud statement of personal freedom? But when I set out to find them, it turns out that many Irish naturists are keen to keep their identities, if not their bodies, firmly under wraps, and at least some of them are as slippery as eels.

Pat Gallagher at his home in Roscommon with Fionola MeredithBrenda Fitzsimons
Pat Gallagher at his home in Roscommon with Fionola Meredith

A prospective encounter with a secret group of nudists from north Co Antrim looks promising until it becomes clear that the price of meeting them was the surrender of my own clothes, in the interests of creating “a level playing field”.

“Go on: dare to bare,” they repeatedly urge me. When I decline, pleading a preference for private nudity – I have no problem leaping naked into the surf on a remote Donegal beach, and have done so, but I don’t want anyone else around to watch me do it – the trail suddenly goes cold. Continued…Read full original article…

Source: The Irish Times

Original publication Aug 25, 2014

Posted on NatCorn 3rd May 2018

Rikke er naturist: Vi skal stoppe med at være så kropsforskrækkede
Naturisten Rikke Laursen har altid elsket at være nøgen. Hun gider ikke være perfekt og har fundet friheden på naturistcamping.

På naturistcampingpladsen ved Kysing Strand går naturisten Rikke Laursen og klipper hæk med sin veninde, som er på besøg.

Veninden er ikke naturist og er en stor kvinde på omkring 140 kilo, så hun har ikke lyst til at være nøgen. Men det er varmt at klippe hæk og lige så stille smider veninden tøjet.

dr

Til sidst er hun med nede og bade nøgen, og for første gang nogensinde kunne Rikkes veninde hvile i at være nøgen. For rundt omkring dem gik andre naturister med et par ekstra kilo på sidebenene, og det er fuldt acceptabelt.

Og det er netop det naturisme gør; at man føler sig fri, ifølge Rikke Laursen.

– Jeg elsker følelsen af at være nøgen og få sol på kroppen. Det er fantastisk at bade nøgen, for man føler sig som en havfrue eller delfin, fortæller Rikke Laursen. Continued…Read full original article…

Source: dr

Original publication 16. SEP. 2017

Posted on NatCorn 2nd May 2018

Early Start to Naked Gardening Day

I still have about a week or so before I can begin to work my garden, likely during the first days of May. My Montana friends, M and his good wife S have already managed to work their raised garden beds.

Early start to gardening au naturel with M&S
Early start to gardening au naturel with M&S

Gardening is all about the prep work as much as it is about planting seeds and gathering the harvest. During the winter, we save as much of our biodegradable organic material as we can, from coffee grinds, to egg shells, and the leavings of vegetable preparation. As soon as the snow melts, I spread the mixture onto the surface of the garden before tilling it into the soil as early as possible. Then, I turn the garden a second time just before it is time to plant seeds and whatever so that the soil is well mixed and ready for new plants. Then, just before we plant the seeds, I set up the climbing material for peas and any other climbing plant we should decide to try in the garden. Continued…Read full original article…

Source: Sky Clad Therapist

Original publication APRIL 24, 2018

Posted on NatCorn 25th April 2018

The influence of nudism on your relationship

We already knew that nudism has a positive influence on both our physical and mental health. Or at least, in case you already pick up enough vitamin D and are living a balanced lifestyle, it doesn’t have any negative side effects (if you use sunscreen of course!).

But how does nudism effect relationships? Some time ago we’ve read that the divorce rate among nudist couples is a lot lower than among textiles, what does that mean?
Does nudism itself has a direct influence?
Or are nudist couples sharing different values than textiles which are more likely to keep them together?
Maybe nudism is provoking these values? Continued…Read full original article…

Source: Naked Wanderings

Original publication February 12, 2018

Posted on NatCorn 24th April 2018

Mother defends sharing bath with 10 and 11-year-old sons

A mother who shares baths with her 10 and 11-year-old sons is at risk of “confusing” her boys, a life coach has said.

Ben Edwards, who is a father himself, appeared on British breakfast programme This Morning to debate the issue of nudity in front of your children, and said that, as boys approach puberty, they “tend to fantasise about their mother”.

Journalist Lauren Libbert explained that she was naked in front of her sons and they bathed together often.This Morning
Journalist Lauren Libbert explained that she was naked in front of her sons and they bathed together often.

His comments came after journalist Lauren Libbert said she continues to bathe with her sons even though they are 10 and 11 – something she said is a “normal” and “enjoyable” part of their family routine, the Daily Mail reported.

Mother-of-three Holly Willoughby suggested Ben was “over-sexualising” the matter, but viewers watching at home appeared to agree with his point of view – tweeting that the mother-of-two’s decision to be openly naked in front of her children was “weird” and “not normal”. Continued…Read full original article…

Source: New Zealand Herald

Original publication 28 Mar, 2018

Posted on NatCorn 31st March 2018

BBC star Victoria Derbyshire reveals she walks around naked at home – and her sons, 13 and 11, ‘don’t bat an eyelid’
The 49-year-old presenter revealed her attitudes towards nudity when speaking about taking part in the up-and-coming ITV show The Real Full Monty: Ladies’ Night

TV presenter Victoria Derbyshire revealed she happily walks around the house in front of her sons in the nude – and the boys, 11 and 13, “don’t bat an eyelid”.

The body confident BBC host had a right-side mastectomy and reconstruction on her breast after she was diagnosed with stage 2 lobular breast cancer in 2015.

Victoria Derbyshire is taking part in the up-and-coming ITV show The Real Full Monty: Ladies Night
Victoria Derbyshire is taking part in the up-and-coming ITV show The Real Full Monty: Ladies Night

But despite the surgery, Victoria maintains that, in her home, nudity isn’t a big deal.

Victoria, 49, will join a number of other celebrities and TV personalities for the ITV show The Real Full Monty: Ladies’ Night, which will see the stars disrobe like in the famous film.

The Lancashire presenter said: “It’s not just nudity for the sake of it, or for looking glamorous. It’s nudity for a purpose – to say this is what can happen when you get a diagnosis of breast cancer. Continued…Read full original article…

Source: The Sun

Original publication 20th March 2018

Posted on NatCorn 21st March 2018

Couple in their fifties share what it’s like to live a nudist lifestyle
An office worker fell in love with a fitness instructor after meeting online, and now like any couple, they spend their time enjoying all their shared interests together… except they do it completely naked.

49-year-old Richard Opperman has been a naturist since his twenties. He decided to swiftly add this into conversation when first talking to his now wife, Grace, 51. Soon after finding out about Richard’s preferences for being naked, she got in on the act, too.

PA Real Life/Collect

Grace, from Hampshire, who met Richard in 2008 recalled: ‘His way of telling me was by talking about a naked bike ride he’d done. ‘I thought, ‘You’ve done what?’ We’d been together for around a year when he told me. He asked if I’d want to do it too. At first, I declined, but, after thinking about it, I agreed to go on the naked bike ride with him, but only to go topless. Continued…Read full original article…

Source: Metro

Original publication 8 Jan 2018

11th January 2018

A holiday mindset?

I’ve become convinced that, like a summer holiday, Christmas is a time when people can ‘let their guard down’ a bit.

Many women who would never contemplate going topless (or nude) at home will happily shed their bikini top, or more, when taken out of their usual habitat and routine. It’s a time to do things that are a bit ‘silly’.

The same goes for Christmas. Another, different, holiday period when people’s inhibitions are lowered. Continued…Read full original article…

Source: the sl naturist

Original publication December 24, 2017

29th December 2017

Nudist Stuart Haywood bares all about where he keeps his mobile phone
He likes to get naked and enjoy nature walks at a secret garden in Derbyshire

Ask nudist Stuart Haywood why he never takes off his socks and the pensioner has a perfectly good explanation.

Naked nature walks is what Stuart loves
Naked nature walks is what Stuart loves

“I need somewhere to keep my mobile phone,” laughed the 81-year-old from Derbyshire. “When I’m out on my nature walks, I tuck it down so it’s safe.”

For almost 10 years, Stuart has been stripping off for pleasure. Since he secured a windfall from an old insurance policy, he books regular breaks to naturist camps. Continued…Read full original article…

Source: Derby Telegraph

Original publication 18 DEC 2017

22nd December 2017

Vintage Season, 2017 (3)/First time : ‘I was that naturist child’
Frank, a reader in the US, provides a short, yet very valuable, recollection of his first experiences of naturism and the values it instills in people from a. very young age. He writes…

Hi Ella. I saw this photograph [attached by me, Frank an attachment in his communication : Ella] online and it reminded me of my own childhood, growing up as a naturist child to parents who belonged to a landed club here in the US in the 60s. I can’t actually remember my first time as nudism was always there in my family. I’d have been taken maybe weeks after I was born and been wandering around there before I can consciously recall. I took some of my first steps at the club and learned to swim at the club. I can recall running around playing with other kids, male and female, all around the same age, without ever thinking ‘hey, she’s different from me’. We were just kids loving life in the sun most weekends and vacations.

I can’t remember now, but I guess I’d eventually have begun to notice differences in boys and girls as we all hit puberty but it still didn’t seem to matter even though we were all going through that highly-charged period of our development. I also recall developing a crush on a girl a couple of years older than me when I was about 14-15. It had nothing to do with her being a beautiful (and naked) young woman and more to do with her just having such a sense of fun, of being the life and soul of the teenager events the club held at weekends. We’d dance to Beatle records and just have the most fantastic time with much more in the way of the freedoms than non-nudist children. Being outdoors at weekends, naked in nature, also gave us a love of nature. The girl I had the crush on, being a couple of years older, seemed so wise and educated. I could sit there for hours, open-mouthed, while she talked about the bugs and birds that we’d find around the club. Continued…Read full original article…

Source: the sl naturist

Original publication December 17, 2017

21st December 2017

Lukas Enjoying Winter Snow While Nude

Snow fell in the Netherlands allowing Lukas to experience winter that is a bit more like what I did more than a month ago. It is too cold now in Canada and I am currently in Peru before heading off to Ecuador where I hope not to experience any more snow, at least until Easter time when I am back in Canada.

Running barefoot in the freshly fallen snow.
Running barefoot in the freshly fallen snow.

When it snows with a temperature around -5 Celsius, it brings out the child in a man. And I, like Lukas here, take advantage of this magical time to play. I have made snow angels, shovelled snow, tried meditation, and going for short hikes in the countryside, especially if there are trees around to slow any passing breeze. Continued…Read full original article…

Source: Sky Clad Therapist – The Naked Psyche

Original publication December 16, 2017

18th December 2017

Alternatively Speaking !

When the days are sunny so much seems right with the world and when its warm it just makes everything perfect. Alternatively sometimes the weather can take a turn for the worse and we sometimes endure days of really inclement grey damp and extensively cold days. The United Kingdom receives a temperate maritime climate with all four seasons but no extremes of temperature.

While those dwelling in the UK probably wouldn’t agree, the UK’s climate could be summed up in one simple word: mild. As it is a relatively small land mass, there isn’t a great deal of regional variation. However, there are a number of micro-climates; rain and temperature variations are caused mainly by elevation, proximity to the Atlantic Ocean, and to a lesser extent, latitude. Continued…Read full original article…

Source: Naturally Naturist

Original publication 2 December 2017

9th December 2017

Would YOU strip off in front of your children?
Mummy blogger reveals she and her husband are ‘more than happy’ to be NAKED around their sons (but will cover up when the kids are older)

A mummy blogger has revealed how she and her husband are ‘more than happy’ to be naked in front of their children.

Celine Bell, 37, from east London, said she is relaxed about stripping off when at home with her sons Arthur, three, and 18-month-old George.

Celine Bell, from east London, revealed that she and her husband Pete, 39, are 'more than happy' to be naked around their two sons Arthur, left, and GeorgeCeline Bell
Celine Bell, from east London, revealed that she and her husband Pete, 39, are ‘more than happy’ to be naked around their two sons Arthur, left, and George

She explained that her youngsters meanwhile ‘revel in being naked’, and are ‘proud of what their bodies can achieve’.

However, she admitted there will come a time when she and her husband Pete, 39, will have to be ‘mindful’ of their children, and cover up.

Writing on her blog Bell From Bow, she said: ‘It when we are not out of the house, we are as laissez faire as we’ve always been, and that includes being naked in front of the kids.’ Continued…Read full original article…

Source: Daily Mail

2nd December 2017

Traumatised?

So often we read stories featuring adults who say, in relation to nudity -in or out off a naturist context- ‘but my child might see this!’

Let’s be honest : children aren’t traumatised by simple nudity.

They may be taught to be ‘traumatised’ by it, but that’s down to you, the adult failing in your parenting skills. Continued…Read full original article…

Source: the sl naturist

26th November 2017

This isn’t your mother’s dinner party, unless your mom is a nudist
Editor’s Note: The identity of the person interviewed for this story has been changed for privacy reasons.

Some people prefer to eat undressed salad. Others, to eat salad undressed.

The latter might be less common than the former. But last year, a group of UR students celebrated their lack of dressing, salad or otherwise, while eating food (salad, or otherwise). They hosted nudist potlucks.

They were sort of like a club, but without SA recognition, foregoing funding so they could strip away SA’s rules and regulations.They didn’t advertise meetings; they didn’t mass-invite people to events on Facebook. They didn’t even have a name. They were just regular students enjoying a meal together while completely naked.

Nudist potlucks were serious affairs, as Alan, who graduated in May, discovered at his first get-together. He’d been to naked events at the Burning Man festival, but wasn’t sure what to expect of UR nudists. He’d heard the events had had a “sexual vibe” in the past. It wasn’t until he’d heard that this was a potluck — “and that my friend was bringing pasta” — that he believed it would be an honest, bare-bones event. Continued…Read full original article…

Source: Campus Times

24th November 2017

Victorian women photographed breastfeeding their babies
The trend died out in the 1940s due to the invention of the formula

Breastfeeding can, unfortunately, be controversial.

Whilst it’s completely natural, normal and nothing that should be hidden away, some still believe that mothers shouldn’t nurse their infants in public.

A mother breastfeeding a child, USA, circa 1910.News Dog Media
A mother breastfeeding a child, USA, circa 1910.

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Source: Independent

24th November 2017

A life changing decision. What does that mean for BareThoughts?
Channel Update

Hey guys, it’s been awhile since there has been some news around this blog, but a lot of things have happened in our personal life and obviously this will affect Bare Thoughts aswell. In this update I’ll try to explain why and what is going to happen with this channel in 2018 but also in these last few weeks of 2017. If, after reading this, you still got questions, feel free to ask them, I’m happy to reply to you all.

It all starts with one of the biggest decisions in my life: I’m quitting the international truckerslife. I’ve done it for 11 years now and I love it a lot, but lately my body is telling me that it’s enough. The switching working hours, long days, stress and food are taking it’s toll, especially since I have Crohn’s disease and my energy is really going down the drain. Luckily I found a company where I can work steady hours and max 5 days a week. Also a big plus: I’ll be home every day so more time with the family. The new job will still be on the road, you can’t get me of the road that easy, but more close by and no more sleeping in the truck. We as a family are very happy with the decision I made. Continued…Read full original article…

Source: Bare Thoughts

12th November 2017

Home naturism

As naturism is such a core part of our lives, indoors and out at home and publicly on holiday, I don’t generally think about it in terms of ‘home’ at all. It’s just something that I/we do.

But I was speaking to an avatar recently who said that part of the attraction SL naturism is that it allows him to practice naturism by default. Either that or what he called ‘home naturism’ or ‘closet naturism’, sometimes together.

Living in an apartment block, hundreds of miles from the sea and lacking the self – confidence to go nude in public, the gentleman in question who lives alone confess his naturist activities to coming home from work, drawing the curtains, stripping off (if the weather’s warm enough) and logging into SL. He was well-versed on SLN too! Continued…Read full original article…

Source: the sl naturist

11th November 2017

Jump

Jumping in, giving it a go, taking a leap….sooner or later, we all have to go solo. The instructor is gone, the teacher has armed you with the tools, the research is over. You just have to try it. Whatever it may be. For naturists, it often comes with a “what the hell” type moment where you overcome the fear, the trepidation, the concerns. Instead, you choose to embrace the what if, the unknown, the road seldom taken. What others reject and fear, you happily embrace. You choose to go nude.

Not a photo of Mrs Naturistthoughts, but it reminded me of her story the first time I saw it. I’m left with a sense of “discovery”, like she just found something she has been searching for for a long time.
Not a photo of Mrs Naturistthoughts, but it reminded me of her story the first time I saw it. I’m left with a sense of “discovery”, like she just found something she has been searching for for a long time.

As I’ve said many times, personal “first time” stories are always my favorite, no matter how similar they may be. Because for that person, it was a big event. It’s what they did. It was their jump, their leap, their giving it a go. That should never be bypassed or trivialized. It’s a big deal.

I’ve shared so many if my personal stories that I don’t think I have many left to be honest with you. But one of my favorites was actually a Mrs Naturistthoughts story, a first time. Although Mrs had spent time nude growing up, just as I had, and would occasionally join me in nude time at home, such occasions were sporadic at best, and usually something she did to join in with me, not simply for herself. But on one occasion while I was out of town, she shared with me that she had spent the morning nude and had found it quite enjoyable and exhilarating. She relayed a small anecdote of how much she enjoyed her morning routine au naturel — standing by the sink, washing a few dishes, in front of the open window, feeling the morning sunlight on her body, wearing only her jewelry. It made her smile. Continued…Read full original article…

Source: Naturist Thoughts

10th November 2017

Keep Calm and Stay Naked
It’s that time of year again when naturists/nudists go into a bit of hibernation of sorts. I have blogged previously about my experiences and tips for surviving as a naturist through the long Canadian winter (Check them out here and here if you like) and have not yet thought of anything of value to add on the subject.

With nothing of value to add to the surviving the winter naked conversation, I decide to start a different post than my usual “naturist experience” based ones, with the topic of current state of naturism as I saw it and the underlying politics and problems holding us back. But ultimately if got a little depressing and I could not remember what I thought would be the benefit of my rambling complaints.

Rather than focus on the ridiculous state of affairs at the International NaturistFederation or the sad (but totally understandable) announcement from YoungNaturists/Nudists of America that they are winding down all YNA operations, and don’t get me started on the many so called Twitter naturists who are really just porno addicted, dick pic sending perverts. This paragraph alone should show you how sad that post would have been
Instead I wanted to talk about the positive things going on and in the world of Naturism. There is plenty going on that give me hope that being a naturist is getting better and easier than even a few years ago. Continued…Read full original article…

Source: Nude in Canada

9th November 2017

Taking time off….
What to do and where to go during the next 10 days is the question we now are asking ourselves. Now that we’ve finally got time away from work together,we want to go somewhere interesting and enlightening and at the same time try not to waste it by just sitting around.

Going to the club is kind of out of the question now the weather has turned colder although we could use the sauna. We have stayed before in November but most of the time it’s not really conducive to staying overnight in poor weather let alone going clothes free.

We could go walking along the coast on the nicer days maybe or even go and visit gardens near us providing of course they’re still open.

Essex on the south eastern side of England is one of the driest counties with a choice of wonderful gardens to visit. It is home to one of the RHS gardens – Hyde Hall which can be visited any time of year. There are also gardens close to Colchester, Chelmsford and Braintree.

Some of theses gardens history are fascinating too, Beth Chattos garden for example was created on a very difficult site and is a great example of what can be done with determination. Continued…Read full original article…

Source: The Naked Truth Continues…

6th November 2017

Wanting the clothes-free life

Dear Annie: I’m a man in my 30s who is a nudist at heart. Though I enjoy doing things clothes-free, my wife, “Jamie,” does not. Jamie has gone with me to a nude beach — and “participated” — only once, and that was as a gift for my quitting smoking.

Jamie reluctantly allows me to attend one nudist event a year, but I have found myself wanting to do more — doing online research about different nudist sites in my area.

I know that Jamie would not want to go to any nudist events herself — though I would love it if she changed her mind — so I’m trying to figure out how best to broach the topic of my wanting to go alone.

The problem is that she, like so many others, mistakenly believes that naturism is a sexual thing. For me and the vast majority of nudists, it’s not. I simply enjoy the freedom of being able to be outside naked. Also, most nudists are quite a bit older than I am. Continued…Read full original article…

Source: The Hutchinson News

Posted on NatCorn 4th November 2017

How to Take a Boy Into the Locker Room Without Scarring Him
You have to talk about it, but it doesn’t have to be weird.

At some point in your young son’s life, he will accompany you for the first time into a locker room. The experience won’t be particularly noteworthy for you because you’re a grown man who’s been to a pool or a gym or experienced summer camp or gym class or life on Earth, which sometimes involves lockers, in general. But, for your son, it has the potential to be awkward or downright frightening to suddenly be surrounded by strange men in various degrees of undress if you haven’t had a basic conversation with him about human bodies. Fortunately, that conversation is easily had and easily understood by your toddler, who can process and handle more than you might think. Unfortunately, that conversation might make you feel weird. But it’s only weird if you make it weird.

Think of the locker room as a teaching opportunity — a classroom for casual nudity, healthy body image, and sexual understanding. “When you boil it down, it’s a discussion about body parts. It’s really easy,” says Stacey Honowitz, supervisor of the Sex Crimes and Child Abuse Unit for the Florida State Attorney’s office and author of Genius With a Penis, Don’t Touch. “It comes down to logic and common sense. It’s when you hide it, when you shelter kids from things, that they become unaware and you run into problems.” Still, like any good lesson, some prep-work is needed to drive it home. Continued…Read full original article…

Source: Fatherly

3rd November 2017

Nude Days & Non-Nude Days

As I’ve said before, I’m not a 365/24/7 naturist. Simply put, some days I’m in a nude mood, others I’m not. I know some nudists proclaim a desire to be nude everywhere, all the time. Ok, that’s fine. Not really practical I’d say but hey, it’s good to have a goal right?

I certainly understand their motivation. Being nude is wonderful. Who wouldn’t want to enjoy all the sensations it provides? But…..sometimes it’s cold. Sometimes I don’t feel well. Sometimes, I just have other priorities.

But I do find it interesting how some days I genuinely want to be nude. I’m sure there is some kind of hormone or chemical in the brain that turns the nude switch on for me, but it definitely provides a different mindset. Continued…Read full original article…

Source: Naturist Thoughts

2nd November 2017

Young Woman Finds Great-Great Grandmother’s Nude Photos From 1890
And People Are Freaking Out

Christmas is a time for family and festivities, but for one young woman, it was a time of great discovery.

A Tumblr user who goes by the name of “Gallusrostromegalus” on the site saw a picture online that poked fun at women today.

The photo was a meme and it joked that women back in the 1800s and 1900s were much more modest than women are now.

Flickr: simpleinsomnia

Once she saw it, she recalled one Christmas she’ll never forget. She happened to come across some revealing photos of her great-great-grandmother that were taken in 1890 couldn’t help but disagree with with

Naturally, the story was so funny, she had to post it online for others to enjoy — and boy did people respond to it! While people everywhere are tickled by her story, she didn’t share the original photos themselves — they may have just been too private! Continued…Read full original article…

Source: Little Things

2nd November 2017

When to be naked?

Here’s a question I sometimes ask myself. For instance: friends are coming at home, shall I be naked? I am going to jog in the woods, shall I go naked? I am on holiday, shall I chose a naked venue?

The facts are, as a nudist, I am spending most of my time entirely naked. When I say entirely, I mean entirely, not even a watch or jewelry. Nudity is my normal and natural state. Unfortunately, society does not tolerate nudists everywhere, otherwise, I think I would be naked whenever weather and conditions permit. Continued…Read full original article…

Source: Nu et heureux – Naked and Happy

1st November 2017

1,000 families project: naked among the oak trees—a mom of two embraces naturism
In this family, mom practises naturism and enjoys hanging out in the nude with her two naked little cherubs. Dad? He’d rather keep his clothes on.

Never had I imagined I would become a naturist overnight. But after visiting Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park in East Gwilliumbury, Ontario, that is exactly what happened.

I moved to the area six short years ago, and must have passed the highway sign more than a hundred times. Each time I thought, “‘I wonder what it’s like, I wish I had the nerve to bare it all in public.”

Naturism—for those who don’t know—is the practice and advocacy of personal and social nudity. I would soon find out there are different degrees of being a naturist. Some people are recreational naturists, and others refer to it as a lifestyle based on personal, family and/or social nudism.

Here is how naturism found me. I had been passing that naturism highway sign for nearly two years until I realized that the only thing stopping me from following my curiosity was a thin layer of cotton fabric on a hot summer day. Continued…Read full original article…

Source: The New Family

26th October 2017

Indonesia’s secret nudist community defying the law
What is it like to be a nudist in a country that prizes modesty and where public nudity is strictly forbidden? Clara Rondonuwu of the BBC’s Indonesian service went to meet some members of the country’s nudist community to find out.

There isn’t a single thread on Aditya’s body.

As he speaks to me, droplets of hot oil splash on to his bare belly from the large frying pan of sand crabs, eggs and Chinese cabbage

“I love doing everyday things in the buff, including cooking my meals,” he says. “I take a great deal of pleasure in being naked anytime I want to. I feel happier and way more comfortable without clothes.”

Aditya is taking a risk though and therefore doesn’t want his full name revealed. Under majority Muslim Indonesia’s anti-pornography laws, it is illegal to be naked in public.

Yet he meets regularly with four other nudists in private. “We could face jail time if we appeared nude in public,” he explains. “Which is the reason why we let it all hang out in private.” Continued…Read full original article…

Source: BBC Asia

24th October 2017

Mum walks in on husband’s webcam meeting completely NAKED and is so mortified she wants to move country
Her fellow mums have rallied round with some tongue-in-cheek advice, including moving to Mars

THIS mum accidentally walked in on her husband’s webcam meeting when she was completely NAKED, and now she’s absolutely mortified.

Taking to Mumsnet, the woman explained that she sleeps naked and walked into the living room “starkers” this morning, unaware that her husband was working from home and mid conference call.

A mum was left mortified after accidentally walking in NAKED on her husband's webcam call this morningAlamy
A mum was left mortified after accidentally walking in NAKED on her husband’s webcam call this morning

“I’m going to have to leave the country, aren’t I? Or do you think I could get away with radical plastic surgery and a new identity?” Baggypants wrote.

“I’m afraid the client probably did see me, because as I walked into the room I noticed over DH’s (dear husband’s) shoulder there was somebody on the screen talking. And that it was me…” Continued…Read full original article…

Source: The Sun

12th October 2017

Sharing my naturist lifestyle
Santana is back with another story about her life. This time she’ll be talking about reactions from her loved ones, after they found out that she started the naturist lifestyle and the way that she shares that with the world. Enjoy reading her story, I found a nice quote online which describes her story pretty good.

As you all have seen already, Harmen and I take a lot of pictures of our naturist lifestyle. We share these photos with friends and family but with other naturists aswell. We do this to promote naturism and to show how nice it is to be a naturist.

Unfortunately this isn’t accepted by everyone. Especially by some of my friends and family. Because Harmen is naturist for a big part of his life, most people that are close to him don’t ask questions about why he does what he does. Me however, am new to this naturist lifestyle and some of my friends and family are having troubles seeing me live this lifestyle. It’s hard for them to accept it, especially that I share nude pictures of myself with the world. My ” best ” friend gave up on our friendship when she found out that I was naturist and made pictures of it. She didn’t want to be confronted with it and was afraid my pictures would be used for other things. Cont…Read full original article…

Source: Bare Thoughts

17:10 2nd October 2017

Paleo Pete’s wife poses nude on Instagram
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My Kitchen Rules judge Pete Evans and his wife Nicola Robinson are truly at one with nature.

And on Saturday, they celebrated that fact by sharing a series of bizarre nude snaps with the pet horses, reports The Daily Mail Australia.

To kick things off, Nicola, 38, took to her “nutritionist mermaid” Instagram account to give fans a detailed look at the results of her recent breast explant surgery.

The extremely raunchy snap saw the former model completely naked, propped up on her knees in a field.

She let her curly locks shield her face and was seen bending over to plant a kiss on the forehead of her pet horse. Cont…Read full original article…

Source: New Zealand Herald

28 September, 2017, 5:10 pm

Naturisme en chambre

Quand on parle de naturisme, on pense nature et nudité partagée. Une des bases du naturisme reste cependant la nudité pour le bien-être qu’elle procure. C’est le concept qui a le plus de mal à être expliqué aux non-naturistes pour des questions religieuses, morales ou sociétales. Cependant, une fois cette barrière franchie, la nudité devient une évidence et n’est plus remise en question par le pratiquant.

C’est ainsi que cette nudité devient au fil du temps l’état le plus naturel et confortable qui soit. Quand je suis à l’hôtel pour des raisons professionnelles ou personnelles, il m’est impensable de rester habillé dans ma chambre. Même si je doit y rester trente minutes, ma première action est de me dévêtir. D’aucuns penseront que la nudité devient alors une obsession, je reste à penser qu’il ne s’agit que de la recherche du bien-être. Cont…Read full original article…

Source: Nu et heureux – Naked and Happy

26 September, 2017, 5:10 pm

El placer de la desnudez

Nuestra necesidad de absorber el sol por todos los poros de la piel corresponde a una necesidad biológica. …Es una manera de cuidar de nosotros mismos y de honrar este cuerpo que nos ha sido entregado bajo nuestra responsabilidad para que vivamos plenamente nuestra vida terrestre. (France Guillain).

Son muchos los que muestran dificultades en desnudarse en presencia de otras personas. La única razón de esta molestia parece ser la culpabilidad que ha sido inculcada por una educación estricta que considera el cuerpo y los órganos sexuales como algo vergonzoso. Sin embargo, el desnudo aporta muchos beneficios físicos y psicológicos. Es un excelente aprendizaje con el fin de liberarse de la vergüenza, saborear las pequeñas cosas, encontrar más autenticidad en la relación con los demás, desarrollar el respeto y la buena relación con los demás. Igualmente es un sedante de la violencia sexual. Los movimientos naturistas han sido pioneros en esta experiencia armonizadora y liberadora. Cont…Read full original article…

Source: Vida Naturista

25 September, 2017, 5:20 pm