Skinny dipping

I'm still, in fact, surprised that there is a special term for [skinny dipping] at all. In fact, I would sooner have swimming in swimsuits labeled as "textile dipping" if for no other reason then to stress the fact that you're really just wetting your trunks and not enjoying a swim.

How to stop being ashamed of your naked body, Part 1

What irks me most about people who are ashamed of their naked bodies - besides the fact that they may unwittingly be spreading diseases - is the fact that they are OK to carry with them 24 hours a day, every day of the year, a thing that they are so utterly ashamed of - their body. Even worse, they never do anything about their shame. I'm not talking about losing weight or building abs. I'm talking about the simplest thing in the world - accepting - that is - creating a mental state where they declare "This is my body, such as it is; I love it and always will!"

A moral assessment of nudism

I've read an article titled "Is nudism immoral?" by Larry Darter and it didn't really make me feel very comfortable regarding nudism. My take on nudity and morality is that the two are unrelated. Nudity per se is amoral. There are, of course, fringe cases, where it would be an unnecessary risk to┬ábe naked, or... Continue Reading →

Why I like being naked

[B]eing naked is in a huge way a very liberating experience. Like changing work clothes after work is almost a symbol for the coming of a relaxing part of the day, so is simply undressing.

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