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Naturist Girlfriend's Bedroom Pillow Fight
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.
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Talking to Friends
My good friends know I'm a nudist, but my family doesn't. I'm very leery about
telling them. I'm going to tell my sister, but not my mom and dad for while. My
dad is old-school Catholic, and my mom is a Latter Day Saint (Mormon). I don't
think either of them would take kindly to my nudism... I'm not sure how my
sister will take it. I suppose telling her is a bit if a test to see how the
rest of my family might react...
Looking upon my past experiences, when I've told people I'm a nudist, it was
never as bad as I thought it would be, and I've never received a negative
reaction yet. It's never as harsh as you might imagine it to be.
For me, being a nudist is not just something I do, it's part of who I am. It's a
major contributor to my philosophies in life about people, myself, the physical
world, and society. All those beliefs and theories necessarily come out in who I
am, and who I want to be. I've decided to be more open with it and not hide it
from so many people. It's been something of a burden to me to be so secretive
about it -- it's like hiding parts of myself.
I never just bring it up out of the blue, "Hey, by the way, did you know I'm a
nudist?". It somehow deals with the conversation at the time. Often it comes up
when I'm discussing personal philosophies with people, but for many, it came up
when I talked about my part-time job. I'm a nude model at the art school. They
often ask if it's hard to be naked in front of other people. I explain my nudism
and tell them a bit about the nude in the context of an art perspective and how
it's not hard at all.
As far as my parents, I'm not sure how to go about it. I am slightly inclined to
wait until I am formally and officially moved out. My parents and I have
something of an agreement (well, mostly it was told to me... :) that when I move
out, I'm on my own, period. Now, of course if I get into big trouble they'll
help me out, but I'll be free-er to openly be my own person.
friends about naturism was strange at first,
but a lot of my friends think the idea is really good (even if they don't want
to try). I've managed to convince a few of them (fairy easily I might add) to
come out and give naturism a try at our clothing optional swim. Basically I just
listened to their concerns and answered them with as much information as
possible, without trying to run the conversation. I'd let them do most of the
talking. As for introducing the idea to them, I found it easiest to drop little
hints or raise questions in a joking manner. For example, at a house party where
people are in a hot tub (Hey, why don't we just get naked!) and then just fill
people in with info from there. Or the tradition, "Have you ever tried or
thought about trying skinny dipping?" It was a little weird bringing the idea up
with female friends. It's kind of strange to to tell your female friends to come
out and try being nude withyou without seeming kind of creepy. Talking to them
about bathing nude or having a nude sauna and how good it feels (if they have no
experience) seems to be a good place to start. That way they can get comfortable
with naturism on their own terms. Telling my experience with naturism seemed to
work really well too. I still can't believe that in high school I didn't feel
comfortable taking my shirt off at the beach, and now I'm organizing a naturist
club at my university!
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