Nude is better for social activities with friends

Reasons why nude is better for social activities with friends

When it comes to social activities, like having dinner with friends or doing a pool party, nothing is better that sharing this time in the simplest clothing choice: nudity. Of course, until you become a naturist, seasoned or beginner, the simple idea of baring it all in front of friends and family may sound weird if not inappropriate.
However, for naturists, the only idea not to be naked is the one that is weird, not only because nudity is entirely natural but because you feel immensely better when naked.

Nudity is a complete natural state and there’s nothing to be ashamed of by being nude alone and with others. There’s nothing sexual too. Unfortunately, our modern society has equaled the fact of being nude to being ready to have sex. This is just completely wrong for a naturist. Being nude is just being nude, nothing else. A naturist is nude because he loves the freedom it provides, because she loves to feel the sun and the wind on her naked body, and because she’s comfortable with her own body.

So once you’ve created a separation between sex and nudity, you can get pass beyond the shame of being nude. Nude, for a naturist, is not rude. Being nude is accepting ourselves, our own body with its flaws and imperfection. There’s no shame being a human being. Nobody’s perfect. Even the most beautiful human being, from a body’s perspective, has flaws. Perfection is an idea created by media and photoshoped images. Not that we should not take care of our own body and health, but the pursuit of perfection is a mirage. You have to love yourself and one of the best ways is to get naked in front of others. Your body confidence will skyrocket, and with it your all self-confidence.

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Source: Naturally Carolina

Original publication 25 November, 2020

Posted on NatCorn 13th December 2020

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