Monday, October 29, 2018

Naturist View


“Swimming naked invigorates the senses and revitalizes your body.” - Kensunwalker

QUOTES 10/29/2018

“On a warm afternoon, I was laid out near what I thought was a game trail.  Turns out, it's also used by locals walking their dogs.  I had fallen asleep in the sun and was awoken by a woman and her dog as they walked the trail.  When discovered, I simply said ‘Good Afternoon’.  She nodded and asked if it was OK if she passed thru.  I said of course’ and she continued her walk.  No big deal. . . During a different trip to the same area, a man was hiking with his dog and happened on me once again sunning.  Although we never spoke, he moved off some 20 yards to give me some space, quickly stripped off his clothes, and proceeded to lay in the sun for an hour or so.  He finally left when his pup grew restless and decided it was time to go.  Once again, no big deal.” -

“Ironing is not my favorite thing to do . . . It really drags on when I do it inside but I like to take it out onto the back lawn and iron naked in the sun.  I seem to breeze through it and on the really hot days I have a hose ready on the lawn and hose myself down . . . It is one way I can get a nice tan and not feel guilty about my work not getting done.” – Roady,

“When I was a high school kid, I was a lifeguard and swimming instructor.  At one little West Texas town's country club, I was the only lifeguard and staff member.  It was like having my own private pool once it was closed.  Then, I would love swimming laps in the nude to stay fit.  There's no other feeling like gliding through the water nude.  It's really great for exercising, because there's no drag of a suit at all.” - Jim Shorts,

“. . . eloquent Nature.  I merge myself in the scene, in the perfect day - they begin to make a new man of me.  Every day . . . at least two or three hours of freedom, bathing, no talk, no bonds, no dress, no books, no manners.  Shall I tell you . . . to what I attribute my already much-restored health?  That I have been almost two years . . . without drugs and medicines, and daily in the open air.  Never before did I get so close to Nature; never before did she come so close to me. . . so serene and primitive, so conventionally exceptional, natural.  It was just the place and time for my Adamic air-bath.  So hanging clothes on a rail nearby . . . I seemed to get identity with each and every thing around me . . . Nature was naked, and I was also.  Perhaps the inner never lost rapport we hold with earth, light, air, trees . . . is not to be realized through eyes and mind only, but through the whole corporeal body, which I will not have blinded or bandaged any more than the eyes.  Sweet, sane, still Nakedness in Nature! - ah if poor, sick, prurient humanity in cities might really know you once more!  Is not nakedness then indecent?  No, not inherently.  It is your thought, your sophistication, your fear, your respectability, that is indecent.  There come moods when these clothes of ours are not only too irksome to wear, but are themselves indecent.  Perhaps indeed he or she to whom the free exhilarating ecstasy of nakedness in Nature has never been eligible . . . has not really known what purity is—nor what faith or art or health really is.  (Probably the whole curriculum of first-class philosophy, beauty, heroism, form, illustrated by the old Hellenic race—the highest height and deepest depth known to civilization in those departments—came from their natural and religious idea of Nakedness.)  Many such hours, from time to time, the last two summers, I attribute my partial rehabilitation largely to them.” – Walt Whitman (1819-1892), From Tom Pine’s Special Report, file:///C:/Users/Owner/Downloads/The%20Naked%20Truth%20Naturists_vol_16_Special%20Report_no_03.pdf

Sunday, October 28, 2018

Naturist View


“Living naked is timeless.” - Kensunwalker

QUOTES 10/28/2018

“It's just good to be around other people who share the same beliefs and have a mutual understanding that nude is not rude.  It removes many barriers and is a great experience sharing my nudity with others as opposed to being nude alone.” – Kazpernzi,

“20160909 2eme jeune fille teste le naturisme √† la fete de l’humanit√©” Video -

“I can remember when I was first exploring naturism I would constantly look for descriptions of their experiences at a nude club or a nude beach.  It was through these that my interest was first peaked. -

“As long as the nudity is not gratuitous or sexual in nature, it should be rated ‘general’ for movies, TV shows, or images.  Our bodies are beautiful and not something to be ashamed of.” –

“Upon encountering clothed walkers, do you dive into the bush while trying to rapidly put your pants on?  Do you run away, hoping you were not seen?  Do you proudly saunter past the clothed walkers with your head held high and your genitalia proudly on display? . . . [One time] a mixed-gender group of elderly bushwalkers suddenly appeared on the trail before me, and I only just had time to sling my shoulder satchel in front of me as we squeezed past each other.  I heard some low whispers and giggles, and when I glanced back at them I noticed that the last lady in the group was craning her head to catch a glimpse of my bum. Another time, I encountered a man who was walking his dog ahead. Without time to cover up before passing him, I said ‘sorry mate’ and covered my genitalia with my hand.  He didn't even react, but had a look on his face as if he’d seen a ghost.  I am a firm believer that if you act like you are doing something wrong, people will think that’s what you are doing.  I always make sure I only get nude when there is the smallest possibility of encountering other people, so I go to remote places mid-week when there is no school or public holidays.” – Michael Connolly,

“When nude, you cannot pretend to be cool by wearing the latest trendy swimsuit from Victoria’s Secret or American Apparel.  You cannot show your wealth by wearing the latest Armani suit.  You cannot brag how often you go to the gym and athletic you are.  You cannot pretend being someone else.  You are just you and it boils down to honesty and truth . . .” -