My Nudist Educational, Enlightenment Video Sampler NOTE: This channel features Videos which may sometimes feature NON SEXUAL nudity. These are EDUCATIONAL videos meant to show how simple nudity is not lewd, sinful, nor indecent. Indecent acts are indecent, not human bodies. Our content is age restricted and complies with YouTube guidelines.
This is a sample of the many nudist educational videos I have shot. I'll be releasing these as we gain support on this channel. My intent with the videos is to educate society about what it truly means to live without clothes, whether part time or as often as possible, like me. I'll show examples of me and my wife doing ordinary things like Shopping naked, Naked hiking, walking through the neighborhood nude, mowing the lawn naked, raking leaves nude, and even hanging out with a Buck deer who stood just 30 feet away. If you just want to see a naked man in public, do what you want, but this is not an erotic video and I don't do it to be seen, only to be accepted just as I am.
Being a nudist or naturist is NOT about showing off our bodies, or our genitals, etc. We are NOT exhibitionists, we simply find it much more comfortable to be without clothes. We don't do it because we have a higher sex drive. We also find nudists to be much more of an accepting crowd, we don't have to worry about body shaming, and nudists are just kinder, nicer people as a whole, much more than the clothed society.
A while back, I shared my week-end experience at SunEden, the premier South Africa Naturist Resort. Below is a video that was shot over several days in this African Naturist Paradise.
For those readers who are not naturists and wonder what people are doing in naturist resorts, this video provides a great introduction to what naturism is about : doing normal things, having fun, without any clothing. Nothing more, nothing less! And if you are new to naturism and want to give it a try, Suneden people are very nice and will gladly make you comfortable to enjoy your first naturist experience! Continued…Read full original article…
Sydney – A surfer who got bitten by a shark at an Australian nudist beach managed to make his break for freedom after punching the creature until it let him go, he said Saturday.
Paul Kenny was riding the waves off Samurai Beach, a naturist spot 200 kilometres (125 miles) north of Sydney, when he accidentally clashed heads with the toothsome fish, reportedly a wobbegong or a bull shark.
Despite some nippy weather, members of a Wellington naturist club have taken part in New Zealand’s first ever National Nude Gardening Day.
The Naturist Federation celebrated 60 years of baring all this year, and now boasts 1600 members.
Brent Henderson hopes National Nude Gardening Day, which was celebrated on Saturday, will help grow that number.
“It’s like a country club, that all you have to do is take your clothes off,” he said. “The old world was the old nudist colony and everyone thought we were all weird. Now we’re trying to come out into the world a lot more, to say, what’s the big deal?” Continued…Read full original article…
With the air temperature hovering around 7 degrees Celsius, a record number of participants arrived in the dark to don red swimming caps supplied by organisers and steel themselves for the event, held annually as part of the Museum of Old and New Art’s (MONA) festival of the bizarre.
The stampede began at 7:42am, with waves of bodies throwing off the towels and heading towards the River Derwent, where a relatively tropical water temperature of around 14C awaited.
In 2017, just over 1,000 people registered for the event, catching out organisers who had factored in a number of no-shows — resulting in too many bums and not enough towels.
This year more than 2,200 signed up, with Dark Mofo learning the lesson of 2017, with plenty of linen on hand this morning at Long Beach, in Sandy Bay. Continued…Read full original article…
In our preparation for World Naked Gardening Day, members of the event team visited Corke Lodge to assess its suitability as a venue. Alfred Cochrane, the owner was unfortunately abroad, however he had instructed his head gardener to show us around. We were immediately struck by its homely intimate character. Everything about it seemed to tick all the boxes: location, discreetness, layout.
This ‘ancient garden’ of box parterres was punctuated by architectural follies which emerge mysteriously from the dense boscage of evergreen oaks and American cedars. The writhing cork oak tree with deeply corrugated bark was the garden centre piece. We were informed that it’s apparently the oldest known cork oak tree in Ireland. On the northern side of the garden I came across a Sequoiadendron giganteum (Giant Redwood) which is rare in Ireland. Continued…Read full original article…
Muchas personas a las que invitamos a conocer más de cerca el Naturismo dicen que primero tendrían que bajar de peso y adelgazar, pero eso nunca sucede. Sea como sea, quienes no se aceptan como son, se comparan a sí mismos con alguien. Inevitablemente es una búsqueda ilusoria, una excusa para ocultar sus frustraciones. Esta frase puede resumir perfectamente la dificultad de cualquier ser humano a sentirse aceptado por el resto de las personas. Muchas personas habrían probado la experiencia de nudismo mucho antes y algunos que no lo han hecho por el motivo de no aceptarse tal y como son.
Existe una teoría bastante fundada, que un cuerpo es mas bonito al desnudo que vestido, muchas personas “ganan” mas cuando se quitan la ropa que cuando intentan esconder aquello que los hace diferentes y seguramente bellos!.
Quien practica el nudismo / naturismo se encuentra a un paso de su auto- aceptación en la medida en que debe reconocer que las diferencias corporales constituyen la imposibilidad de la existencia de un patrón a seguir. Continued…Read full original article…