I am sure you know what I mean. Prude social media. Did I hear someone say ‘Facebook’? Ding! Right in one. That one is, as far as I know, the most tight-assed, buttoned up place that allows murder and porn while being on a witch hunt against naturism, right?
They are against nude images that show ‘too much’.
This up here is too much. Totally unsafe. You can clearly see body parts. Something that Facebook is against, unless – under conditions – it’s meant to be art. They decide what is art. Or unless it’s ‘educational’. They decide what is educational. (See, you’re picking this up quickly!)
This up here is Facebook-Safe. I hear what you say: this is bonkers, mad, crazy, bull-shit, BS, insane, unreal. In short: this is Facebook.
And still there is a way, but you may not like it.
Yes, there is a way to promote naturism on social prudia. And you don’t even need to deface (I mean de-body) images for that.
The way is to be smart about your images, or forget about images entirely. You can write a good piece on naturism, add an image of someone in a bathing suit and detail how insane such a piece of cloth actually is.
If you are into blogging and you really want to post the links to your blogs on a social
But I need my images to express myself!
I know there are lots of people who desperately want to show the world how nice it is to be nude, using pictures. Do so, by all means, in the places where you can. Diaspora is cool, Mewe is cool, Twitter, for now, is cool. Naktiv.net is a good place too. But Faceprude isn’t. You can spread the word
I thought I’d dump this info here, in case you are a dedicated
Dedicate some words to the benefits of looking great in a bathing suit and how it keeps you warm in the water.
Sing the song of your people about the benefits of walking around in smelly, stinky clothes after a hike.
Be creative. Don’t hold back. Use what’s available.