Barefoot makes me feel more naked.

I’m a home nudist. I like to go around naked in my own house. It’s a good feeling. The only thing I used to wear were slippers. A few days ago somehow I forgot to put them on and walked around barefoot. Then the realisation hit me: I feel more naked when I walk barefoot.

I was astonished about this and tried them on and off a few more times, each time reaching the same conclusion: barefoot feels more naked. I’ve given this some thought. The only reason for that feeling that I can find is that walking barefoot puts me in contact with the world. (As this is the floor of my home I can’t really say nature). Walking on slippers means I feel the same thing everywhere. Walking around barefoot makes me feel different things in different places. Maybe there’s more to it than I understand now. I wonder if any of you have experienced the same thing, so I’m looking forward to your comments on this!

Author: Paul

Promoting the clothes-free lifestyle.

6 thoughts on “Barefoot makes me feel more naked.”

  1. Thanks. Nude and barefoot living has done (+cannabis&hemp) has helped me manage peripheral septic-shock-caused-by-neuropathy in my feet:

  2. I know exactly how you feel, but I have observed it in reverse. If I am walking nude, I probably wear sandals and feel less “naked” than I might when I am bare footed. Indeed, I can almost forget that I am nude, which should not be a problem, but I guess that it could get me into trouble.

  3. Yes, it makes me absolutely naked. I stopped by the world volleyball Super Bowl last week in PA, and thought it strange that 90% of the young and old were wearing shoes (with socks?) some even played sand volley ball with sneakers on!

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