Monthly Archives: October 2018

Nudity and the Shock Value Within a Clothed World

The issue of nudity and sexuality is one that haunts all attempts at normalizing nudity in social contexts. It is also an issue in couple relationships. The problem is that we are all hard-wired, as mature and maturing adults, to … Continue reading

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Naked Before God

I am bringing back a piece I wrote four years ago. I hope you enjoy it. … I know that it has been said so many times that it almost seems redundant to say it once more, but it has … Continue reading

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We Are All Works of Art Risking Authenticity

As a naturist, I get to meet others who are comfortable in their own skin. Some I meet in the face-to-face world, and some I meet in the world of social media. Regardless of where we may have met, the … Continue reading

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Naked and Being More Holistic and Complete

To know others who are looking beyond, beneath and within for meaning as humans has given me greater courage to be myself, to dare being fully myself. Others such as Paul Z. Walker and Will Forest, two men who are … Continue reading

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