In My Own Nudist World

nudeforjoy:

tequilaandredbull:
I wish clothes were optional at my local water park.


Schlitterbahn would be so fantastic if you could be nude!!

nudeforjoy:

tequilaandredbull:

I wish clothes were optional at my local water park.

Schlitterbahn would be so fantastic if you could be nude!!

(Source: nudistenergodar, via hahalolhumorme)

What the frickfrack patty wack diddlydack tic-tac is wrong with with this thing!?

What the frickfrack patty wack diddlydack tic-tac is wrong with with this thing!?

Blogger Friend Ava

I’m sorry to report that one of my fellow bloggers was so besieged by trolls and unwarranted hurtful comments that she deleted her blog. Ava was very open and frank about herself so I’m sorry to see her drop out.

ramblingtaz:

heartlandnaturists:

If you always wait until your guests pull into the driveway before rushing to put on some clothes, you might be a nudist.  If you strip down as one of the first things you do when you get home, you might be a nudist.  If you put off going out to the store or for takeout because you don’t want to get dressed, you might be a nudist.
The Heartland Naturists of Kansas City have been promoting wholesome, family-friendly nude recreation since 1982.
www.HeartlandNaturists.com



please submit your articles or photo’s on nudism/naturism.

My blog is about Nudism and Naturism. About how they are not inherently dirty or sexual, about how they are healthy and good for people of all ages. 

I encourage you to try non-sexual Nudism and Naturism. The International Naturist Federation defined naturism as “a lifestyle in harmony with nature, expressed through social nudity, and characterized by self-respect of people with different opinions and of the environment.” I am a straight heterosexual Male in my 50’s. I can be reached via My tumblr blog. I just might not respond for a few days.

submit here

ramblingtaz:

heartlandnaturists:

If you always wait until your guests pull into the driveway before rushing to put on some clothes, you might be a nudist.  If you strip down as one of the first things you do when you get home, you might be a nudist.  If you put off going out to the store or for takeout because you don’t want to get dressed, you might be a nudist.

The Heartland Naturists of Kansas City have been promoting wholesome, family-friendly nude recreation since 1982.

www.HeartlandNaturists.com

please submit your articles or photo’s on nudism/naturism. My blog is about Nudism and Naturism. About how they are not inherently dirty or sexual, about how they are healthy and good for people of all ages. I encourage you to try non-sexual Nudism and Naturism. The International Naturist Federation defined naturism as “a lifestyle in harmony with nature, expressed through social nudity, and characterized by self-respect of people with different opinions and of the environment.” I am a straight heterosexual Male in my 50’s. I can be reached via My tumblr blog. I just might not respond for a few days. submit here

nudiarist:

So, how do nudists feel about this whole ‘naked reality show’ trend? - The Washington Post http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/style-blog/wp/2014/06/26/so-how-do-nudists-feel-about-this-whole-naked-reality-show-trend/
"To sum up? “I think it’s kind of a mixed blessing,” said Bill Schroer, AANR’s executive director. He does like the fact that more people are finally being exposed (sorry) to the idea of what’s known as “social nudity,” with regular people going about their daily lives – they simply happen to go clothes-free. That’s true especially on “Buying Naked,” which is mostly set in a real-life nudist community. On the other hand, shows like “Naked and Afraid” add the nude element to throw in another twist to a dramatic situation.
“Most nudists don’t live in a survivalist environment,” Schroer pointed out. “That’s kind of unreal … and starts to border on sensationalism. In other words, the nudity is just there to attract attention.””

nudiarist:

So, how do nudists feel about this whole ‘naked reality show’ trend? - The Washington Post http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/style-blog/wp/2014/06/26/so-how-do-nudists-feel-about-this-whole-naked-reality-show-trend/

"To sum up? “I think it’s kind of a mixed blessing,” said Bill Schroer, AANR’s executive director. He does like the fact that more people are finally being exposed (sorry) to the idea of what’s known as “social nudity,” with regular people going about their daily lives – they simply happen to go clothes-free. That’s true especially on “Buying Naked,” which is mostly set in a real-life nudist community. On the other hand, shows like “Naked and Afraid” add the nude element to throw in another twist to a dramatic situation.

“Most nudists don’t live in a survivalist environment,” Schroer pointed out. “That’s kind of unreal … and starts to border on sensationalism. In other words, the nudity is just there to attract attention.””

(via nudeforjoy)