Posted 6 days ago

nudeforjoy:

Funny how it seems you might expect women and men to feel and react so differently to nudity of the opposite sex as is shown in the cartoon. 

I wonder why it is?  Social conditioning?  Are penises threatening just because they are uncovered? 

Your thoughts are welcome back on reply.

Social conditioning, I think, from a homophobic culture.

Posted 4 months ago

madeinthenude:

It is possible to live in a clothing optional home. It all depends on how receptive and open-minded the parents or other cohabiters are. There are a lot of helpful tips and suggestions about going nude with family members online. Here are a few to get started:

How to be naked more often while living with family:
http://www.wikihow.com/Be-Naked-More-Often-While-Living-With-Family

Practice Nudity in your family:
http://www.wikihow.com/Practice-Nudity-in-Your-Family

Enjoy the nude life.

Text by me. Photo from: Heartland Naturists
http://heartlandnaturists.tumblr.com/post/83147117172/a-lot-of-people-get-into-nudism-by-skinny-dipping

Original Text:
A lot of people get into nudism by skinny dipping in their backyard pool.  They find it so comfortable, relaxing, and fun that they hate going back to wearing a swimsuit.  After giving it a try, they usually miss having friends around to have fun with and discover a whole community of nudists who understand exactly how they feel and are more than willing to join them for a skinny dip!

If you’ve thought about trying nudism and you have a backyard pool (or maybe a good friend does), ease into it by doing some skinny dipping.  Once you feel how great the water feels on your bare skin, you won’t want to go back to a swimsuit! When you are comfortable, seek out your local AANR or TNS affiliated nudist organization to make some nudist friends!

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

www.HeartlandNaturists.com