Naturism belongs in nature.
Sounds kind of logical, doesn’t it? Naturists should have some connection to nature. They do, even when some don’t know it. In nature nothing’s clothed. People, how shocking this might be to some, are part of nature, so they shouldn’t be required to be clothed either if there’s no good reason for that.
But without clothes you’re… naked!
Yup. You got that damned right. And guess what… that’s the whole point. Tell me one thing that’s not naked out there in nature, apart from most human beings.
Oh, dogs with their fur? Bears with their fur? Birds with their feathers?
How could I have forgotten! Of course I didn’t. Those creatures didn’t go shopping for fur or feathers to cover themselves. They don’t rummage through shops and online catalogues to get the latest and greatest in new fashion. That is how they are. In that light you might agree that naked people are also what they are.
Like this. Just natural, the way they were born, without the obligatory garments.
Don’t get me wrong: clothes can be necessary. When it’s cold, or when the environment is too dangerous for bare skin.
Unclothed creatures are the real deal. The “what you see is what you get”. Like with animals, furry, feathered or scaled. When you hide behind clothes you are hiding your true self. No one will ever know the real you because all they see is the projection of you that you chose at that moment.
Consider that. People see what you want them to see. This means that you also just see what others want you to see! Do you really know the people you know?
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Very true Paul. Unfortunately for some in the northern hemisphere it can get pretty cold and we do have to cover up as much as it pains us to do so. But we must be logical and try not to fight nature and just go “bare” when we can. All the best. Fabien