Imagine going to a place where wearing clothing is
not required. A place where families can come
together and enjoy a day unlike any other. Indoor or
out, summer or snow, friends shed it all for a different
kind of living. A life free of crippling social
inhibitions with no need for repressive clothing.
Explore pure nudism to witness naturists practice what
they preach. Browse. Observe. Learn. Become part of this
Social Issues in Regards to
Nudity Shame (voyeur
Centuries of oppressive thought have convinced many people that the body is a
shameful, worthless object that should be hidden. Nonsense! The human body is
one of the most elegant, masterful and valuable things on earth. There are few
things in existence which compare to it on an artistic, technical, or
philosophical level. Celebrate the human body! It's one of only a handful of
truly unique creations.
Embarrassment (voyeur nudity)
Some people are afraid of running into someone they know while nude, or - worse
- being seen by someone they know (or someone they don't) while nude. Remember
that you will be around many other people who will also be nude. You may be
momentarily embarrassed at first - this is normal - but as you spend more time
nude, you will realize that if everyone is nude, no one has cause for
nudity-related embarrassment. As for the possibility that you'll run into
someone you know - well, if you like them, you've got something new in common to
talk about? Besides, what is there to be embarrassed about? They are there, too,
for the same reasons as you.
Gender-Specific Embarrassment (voyeur nudity)
Naturists know that both erections and menstruation are normal, so don't be
afraid that your body's natural occurrences will offend other naturists. An
erection is embarrassing, but rare, and easy to hide - just grab a towel, roll
over, or jump in the water. Most naturists won't even comment about it. (Don't
fear the erection your first time - most men will tell you they were too nervous
for it to even be possible!) Women may feel uncomfortable being nude during
menstruation. No one will be offended if women choose to wear shorts, tampons,
etc. during these times.
Feelings of Inadequacy (voyeur nudity)
Many people refuse to go nude because they feel that their height, weight,
build, features, etc. are unacceptable. There is no need to feel that you must
conform to a standard of beauty or acceptability, especially one you had no part
in creating! Naturists come in all shapes, sizes, colors, ages, and beliefs.
Naturists have even undergone surgeries, mastectomies, etc., and have the scars
to prove it (many have said that naturism helped them further accept these
scars.) In naturism, there is no ideal of the perfect body other than yourself.
If you can accept yourself for what you are, you will have no problem overcoming
your perceived imperfections.
Vulnerability (voyeur nudity)
By stripping away clothing, you strip away the armor that protects you from an
unkind world. Some people fear this. Naturists believe vulnerability is a good
thing. Think about this: in a naturist setting, everybody is vulnerable. The
shared vulnerability creates respect and caring for your fellow naturists.
Besides, most of your vulnerability probably comes from the awareness that you
are nude - an awareness that becomes less important to you as you spend more
Fear of Sexual Consequences (voyeur nudity)
Many people are afraid that if they go nude, they invite unwanted attention,
possibly even rape. Naturists decry sexual harassment and sexual assault, and
are committed to creating an environment where women and men may both feel safe
and non-threatened. Don't let this fear prevent you from trying naturism -
harassment and assault are very rare, and are not tolerated by naturists. (And,
by the way, naturists enjoy healthy sexual lives like most everyone else - but
they enjoy them in private, like most everybody else.)
Fear of Gawkers (voyeur nudity)
By "gawkers" we mean the people who hang around naturist areas solely for the
thrill of seeing naked people. Gawkers are not a problem in most areas, but you
may encounter them from time to time. Don't let them make you feel
uncomfortable. Instead, you should make them feel uncomfortable and out of
place. Either they'll leave, or come around to our way of thinking.
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