The real life stories of a social naturist
The Perceived Dogmas of Naturism
Nudism is not a religion, theology or cult, and I can tell you that for those who truly believe in family-friendly nudism that it has nothing to do with sex. There are many nudists that are primarily nude at home and belong to no formal nudist group or organization. Nudism has been around for a long time, and that there are many more nudists than you might imagine, as they number in the millions in the world. Many nudists keep their beliefs secret because the media and our culture in general remains unclear and un-educated regarding the motivation of those who enjoy living life in the nude, either privately or with others. Many nudists belong to groups and families that range in age from infants to teenagers, to parents to grandparents, and also from most diverse ethnic, economic and religious groups. So nudism is an idea; the idea that the human body should not be treated or viewed with shame. Nudist, Naturist, Edenist, whatever you want to call them, they all basically believe in this same idea. If you are a religious person, then you probably believe that humans (and all life forms) were created by a god or other deity perfectly and without shame. So if you are religious and you believe that your body is shameful (at least certain parts of it), then isn’t that an insult to your creator?! If you’re not particularly religious, then the idea of body respect remains the same; your body is still a miracle!
Hedonistic swinger alcohol and drugs perpetual hippies moonlight bonfire rituals, verging on witchcraft, secert societies, gay and lesbian domination Nothing could be further than this pre-conception.