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Awesome!
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Zoom nakedthoughtfortoday:

Thought For Today - Monday, 4/21/2014

nakedthoughtfortoday:

Thought For Today - Monday, 4/21/2014

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Zoom green-nudist:

This looks so relaxing and fun!

green-nudist:

This looks so relaxing and fun!

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Zoom nakedpublic:

One of the most amazing things about the Portland World Naked Bike Ride in 2013 was that they opened the Portland Art Museum to fully nude participants.

nakedpublic:

One of the most amazing things about the Portland World Naked Bike Ride in 2013 was that they opened the Portland Art Museum to fully nude participants.

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brittanyandree:

Being a mermaid at Aztec Falls

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Zoom terracottainn:

There are so many things you can do nude besides vacation. It really is not necessary to wear clothes except to stay arm in the winter or for safety reasons. Take a nude vacation this year. You’ll love it.  MC
Visit our Pinterest site at http://pinterest.com/terracottainn to see over 500 photos of our nudist resort and Palm Springs, CA. The sunniest city in the US.
canthaveitathome:

mypicd:

Daniela

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terracottainn:

There are so many things you can do nude besides vacation. It really is not necessary to wear clothes except to stay arm in the winter or for safety reasons. Take a nude vacation this year. You’ll love it.  MC

Visit our Pinterest site at http://pinterest.com/terracottainn to see over 500 photos of our nudist resort and Palm Springs, CA. The sunniest city in the US.

canthaveitathome:

mypicd:

Daniela

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Zoom centauri4-naturism:

This picture was originally marked as originating from Naturismefrance, and there is really very little that is remarkable about it, aside from it being a moment of ordinary tranquility!  Yet this is an important point about social nudism and I hope an ultimate goal nudists all around the world share candidly, peacefully, openly and often!  We want to keep doing everything good, happy and fun we are doing now as an occasionally clothing-free society, in some places, we just want to do it more often in more places!  Simple, right?  We do not want to change the “ways of the world” or get families to do many things differently, we only want them to do one thing differently and that is educate themselves about the dangers of clothing.
Dangers?  What’s that you say?
Well, a bit yes.  Because like the cover of a book, the wrapping on a gift, or the glitzy marketing of a product, clothing deceives us into “buying” life with much of its goodness hidden!  If you look at a man sitting in a restaurant and try to know what’s in his heart based solely on his clothing, you will not know him very well.  If every theater movie you select to watch is chosen because of a sneak preview, you will be happy about half the time.  If everything you believe about your parents comes from seeing how they dress or surveying the home they created over twenty or thirty years, chances are you have missed a great deal of their story!
We only get a chance to live this life once, and I believe the better way of living it is “obstruction free” or “barrier free”, with clothing representing much of that barrier.  Not all of it of course, many of the barriers between us are created by silence, reservations (hesitation) and self-doubt.
After graduating from childhood, people expect us to begin thinking smarter, speaking intelligently and putting the pieces of life together in some thoughtful manner.  However, AFTER childhood is also when our own internal monologue begins working, our own toughest critic, and the thing which stops us before we say something silly.  Yet a lot of truth comes out in those moments when our internal censor DOES NOT stop us from saying things; when we just go ahead and speak our mind.  If we ask the questions we really want answered, then we get the answers with the most meaning.  Naturism is like this to me.  As a way of living it takes our wrapped up, dressed up, made up ways of living and strips a few barriers away.  It uncovers the people we really are, including many of our faults and vulnerabilities, and puts them in the open - places them on the “hotseat” (one covered with a towel, of course).
Clothing is also a shield against the world, but are we shielded far too often?  Clothing is a shield against the world, but is it shielding our eyes from the truth of our own existence?  Clothing is a form of social armor, but it also dramatically influences our perceptions of each other; it hides the softness of the skin, the delicacy of our form, the functionality of our features.  Clothing turns us from simple animals into something significantly more complex; it takes a uniform people and divides them.  Clothing takes the simplicity that was, and makes it into the complexity that is.  Clothing takes the joy of youth and forms it into the struggles of adulthood.
However, the various social nudity movements of the world seek to unmake those barriers, remove the shields and promote the delicacy of our form!  Nakedness opens our senses, allows us to feel more, encourages us to “see” the person within the personality, and reminds us of the curiosities of our youth; the persistent joy of discovery.  The happiness of knowing ourselves and sharing simple sensations completely; in togetherness with each other.  Sharing life in smaller, less complex, whole-some (whole of our selves, sum of the experiences together) ways.
The joy of free living is visible in the eyes, present to the ears in laughter, sensational to the skin in goosebumps, pleasant to the skin all over and unifying to the spirit in essence; wherever we allow it.
No part of our physical form is worthy of being denied.  No function of our body is harmful to society.  No pain of the spirit needs to be hidden so completely that we MUST wear clothes all the time.  As one people we all have them same basic needs, are all capable of making a positive contribution to the planet and should respect each other in spite of the fabrics of society that divide us!
If we can share this message along with a simple, uncomplicated picture of three family members dining naked, hopefully the meaning of wearing “nothing” will come through.

centauri4-naturism:

This picture was originally marked as originating from Naturismefrance, and there is really very little that is remarkable about it, aside from it being a moment of ordinary tranquility!  Yet this is an important point about social nudism and I hope an ultimate goal nudists all around the world share candidly, peacefully, openly and often!  We want to keep doing everything good, happy and fun we are doing now as an occasionally clothing-free society, in some places, we just want to do it more often in more places!  Simple, right?  We do not want to change the “ways of the world” or get families to do many things differently, we only want them to do one thing differently and that is educate themselves about the dangers of clothing.

Dangers?  What’s that you say?

Well, a bit yes.  Because like the cover of a book, the wrapping on a gift, or the glitzy marketing of a product, clothing deceives us into “buying” life with much of its goodness hidden!  If you look at a man sitting in a restaurant and try to know what’s in his heart based solely on his clothing, you will not know him very well.  If every theater movie you select to watch is chosen because of a sneak preview, you will be happy about half the time.  If everything you believe about your parents comes from seeing how they dress or surveying the home they created over twenty or thirty years, chances are you have missed a great deal of their story!

We only get a chance to live this life once, and I believe the better way of living it is “obstruction free” or “barrier free”, with clothing representing much of that barrier.  Not all of it of course, many of the barriers between us are created by silence, reservations (hesitation) and self-doubt.

After graduating from childhood, people expect us to begin thinking smarter, speaking intelligently and putting the pieces of life together in some thoughtful manner.  However, AFTER childhood is also when our own internal monologue begins working, our own toughest critic, and the thing which stops us before we say something silly.  Yet a lot of truth comes out in those moments when our internal censor DOES NOT stop us from saying things; when we just go ahead and speak our mind.  If we ask the questions we really want answered, then we get the answers with the most meaning.  Naturism is like this to me.  As a way of living it takes our wrapped up, dressed up, made up ways of living and strips a few barriers away.  It uncovers the people we really are, including many of our faults and vulnerabilities, and puts them in the open - places them on the “hotseat” (one covered with a towel, of course).

Clothing is also a shield against the world, but are we shielded far too often?  Clothing is a shield against the world, but is it shielding our eyes from the truth of our own existence?  Clothing is a form of social armor, but it also dramatically influences our perceptions of each other; it hides the softness of the skin, the delicacy of our form, the functionality of our features.  Clothing turns us from simple animals into something significantly more complex; it takes a uniform people and divides them.  Clothing takes the simplicity that was, and makes it into the complexity that is.  Clothing takes the joy of youth and forms it into the struggles of adulthood.

However, the various social nudity movements of the world seek to unmake those barriers, remove the shields and promote the delicacy of our form!  Nakedness opens our senses, allows us to feel more, encourages us to “see” the person within the personality, and reminds us of the curiosities of our youth; the persistent joy of discovery.  The happiness of knowing ourselves and sharing simple sensations completely; in togetherness with each other.  Sharing life in smaller, less complex, whole-some (whole of our selves, sum of the experiences together) ways.

The joy of free living is visible in the eyes, present to the ears in laughter, sensational to the skin in goosebumps, pleasant to the skin all over and unifying to the spirit in essence; wherever we allow it.

No part of our physical form is worthy of being denied.  No function of our body is harmful to society.  No pain of the spirit needs to be hidden so completely that we MUST wear clothes all the time.  As one people we all have them same basic needs, are all capable of making a positive contribution to the planet and should respect each other in spite of the fabrics of society that divide us!

If we can share this message along with a simple, uncomplicated picture of three family members dining naked, hopefully the meaning of wearing “nothing” will come through.

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Zoom madeinthenude:

Our bodies are amazing. From the regulatory systems to the functions of all the various cells, our bodies are amazing. Why should we cover our skin, deny our brain the sensory input it needs to develop properly, and be taught to be ashamed of it on a daily basis? Wake up world! Our bodies are here to stay and we should be enjoying them. Text by me. Photo from: lets-all-get-naked-now http://lets-all-get-naked-now.tumblr.com/post/80768240990Photo retrieved from: Nudiaristhttp://nudiarist.tumblr.com/post/80889509840

madeinthenude:

Our bodies are amazing. From the regulatory systems to the functions of all the various cells, our bodies are amazing. Why should we cover our skin, deny our brain the sensory input it needs to develop properly, and be taught to be ashamed of it on a daily basis?

Wake up world! Our bodies are here to stay and we should be enjoying them.

Text by me. Photo from: lets-all-get-naked-now
http://lets-all-get-naked-now.tumblr.com/post/80768240990

Photo retrieved from: Nudiarist
http://nudiarist.tumblr.com/post/80889509840

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Why I Include Glamor Nudes on my Tumblr: A Response

nomadicnudist:

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Thank you, Naturism as a Way of Living for reposting my image which appeals to people to learn more about nudism. I just want to dash off a quick response to your concerns.

Naturism as a Way of Living writes:

centauri4-naturism recommends NomadicNudist for its mostly…

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Follow a group of people armed with GoPro’s and 5D’s as they explore Deep Creek Hot Springs . This is a pilot for the upcoming adventure show ” CFI On Location” which will showcase the worlds best clothing optional locations from an immersive and adventurous perspective.

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Zoom naturistelyon:

Jeux d’eau
Water games

naturistelyon:

Jeux d’eau

Water games

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