Nudity should be normal


This post claims that Nudity should be normal and I half agree with the title and totally with the content, particularly this sentence: “Try visiting a naturist club on this day (National Nude Day) to see how normal and nonsexual nudity can be.”

I half agree with the title because Nudity is normal, society has made it “anormal”. Society has created body shaming and the pursuit of body perfection. The human body is beautiful, every body is different. We learn that what matters is the soul not the body by itself. So yes, let’s stop body shaming, let’s win our public nudity back.

Nudity is normal

Nudity is normal! There’s nothing wrong with a naked body. If nudity was legal everywhere, more people will be nude in non sexual ways and nudity would become a non-event, which it is in a nudist environment and for a vast majority of nudists.
I’m always amazed at people who think a naked body is bad. We all have the same. Go to a nudist beach or a nudist resort and you will realize we are all the same. Some are thinner, some are plumpier, some have big breasts, some have small breasts, some have tan lines, some don’t. Stop looking at others, start being well in your body

Nudity is liberating

Nudity is liberating! When you are naked, there’s no fashion anymore, there’s no brand comparison, there’s no way to tell you are “better”, you are just free. Freedom starts with nakedness in my opinion. When I need to wear a swimsuit at a beach, I’m dictated by others to wear it, because if it were only me, I would be in my birthday suit. I’m much more comfortable naked when it’s warm.

In May, there is World Naked Gardening Day, grab the occasion to get naked and take care of your garden or a friend’s. The fifth of June is World Naturist Day (Northern Hemisphere), find the right naturist spot and spend the day naked, with friends! If this is the first times you get naked with others, pay attention, it’s highly addictive! With no side effects, so…

Get Naked, Stay Naked, Live Naked and Share the Naked Love!

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