The beauty of the differences

Last week I had the joy of going to a sauna/wellness centre again. Always a delight, something like that.

The benefits of a wellness centre

For one, it’s good for you. At least for me, and judging from the number of people there, not just me. 🙂

Such a place is where I can wind down fully. Relax. No stress allowed there. Take it slow, go where you want to go when you want to go. And another good thing: no clothes needed.

This is the most important thing. Your towel. Have it with you to sit on, as any proper naturist knows. In a sauna that’s very important. With all that heat and sweating, you don’t want to sit where someone else has been perspiring a few minutes ago.

That’s a given, I think.

Another wonderful benefit is what you can see.

And no, that’s not the staring at the pretty people there. The same goes for a wellness centre as it is at a nude beach: no staring. Also: you’re there for you, not for the others – unless you’re there with friends, then you’re there with each other. And still, no staring.

What I mean is that you encounter the greatest variety of body-types at such a place. Again, just as you do on a nude beach. We are all so different in the way we are the same! And despite all our different bodies, we’re all the same.

At a wellness centre, nude beach, nude swim, you name it, everyone is there for the same reason: to feel good in their own skin. Perfect. Just before starting this post, I thought about how it would be to run into all the same kind of perfect, beautiful bodies in such a place…

Ehm. Nope. Not for me. I said ‘the same’, right? And that is what I meant. Not just everyone being pretty, ripped, toned, tanned, but the same. Just to add some more dullness to what’s nice to look at once in a while.

To me it would feel like looking at a stream of identical-looking robots.

Give me the differences. The big and the small, the thick and thin, the perky and the flabby, the dark and the pale. Those are the things that show people are people. Every kind of people.

Author: Paul

Promoting the clothes-free lifestyle.

3 thoughts on “The beauty of the differences”

  1. Couldn’t agree with you more! A health spa is a must for any avid nudist once a week – during the winter months and one feels the benefits Nude the entire time. Yes always have your towel with you! I joined a men’s nudist group that has Nude swim & gym 2 or 3 times a week ( you choose). This is year round for me, besides Nude beaches, And the Nude camping, nNude hiking, nude jogging that my nudist Dad & nudist friends go on. We also have many nudist gatherings for social and pleasuring ourselves at when we need to release ourselves which we feel is a health benefit, also. We are a 3rd generation nudist family – and my nudist Dad & I love a completely nudist life at home on our 2,000 acres to roam naked on. We have never been ‘card carrying club’ nudist (too restrictive for our nudist family. So all in all we have a solid naked as much possible nude life- day in and day out. WE HATE CLOTHES!! Naked Johnny

    1. That sounds awesome, Johnny. I am convinced that most people following this blog would love to live like you and your family do.
      Keep it nude and natural!

  2. When I can, I like to go to a sauna, most of the time a all men sauna. There is not one close to where I live but when I am in The Netherlands, even for a short period of time, I always try to visit a sauna.
    I like the atmosphere and , compared to most saunas in France, they are in general quite clean. I like to roam naked amidst other naked guys. After a while you don’t notice the differences between you and the others anymore and you feel at ease in this naked environnement, where towels are to sit on and not wrapped up around the waist.
    If I could, I would go more often.

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