17 Nov 2012

CARER'S UK -The Voice of Carers

I'm a carer for my wonderful sadly disabled wife, we used to go to naturist resorts,beaches etc but cannot now. This organisation is a lifeline for carer's of all ages providing information assistance and lobbying for the rights of carers, see this link....


Now I'm a naturist carer!


Five Great Reasons to be Nude

There are many more but here's 5 :-

  1. The sun and breeze feels wonderful on my skin.
  2. Bathing suits are sticky and gross.
  3. I feel better about myself when I have nothing to hide.
  4. It is good to be free of body shame.
  5. It is easier to nurture the playful inner child.
 But for me, the main reason is To be Naked is to be YOURSELF! 

Yes, Clothes-free is for Me!

See Natural Nudists Here (Click)

16 Nov 2012

Tha Naturist Quote!

"Adam and Eve entered the world naked and unashamed—naked and pure-minded. And no descendant of theirs has ever entered it otherwise. All have entered it naked, unashamed, and clean in mind. They entered it modest. They had to acquire immodesty in the soiled mind, there was no other way to get it." Mark Twain

15 Nov 2012

The Naked People Project!

Clothing can both disguise and reveal, it can be our armour against the world and can be used against other people, it disguises our real self and it can be both liberating and self-healing to discard it and be our real selves in our own skin, warts and all!
This website project shows people both fully clothed and by holding the mouse pointer over the person, the clothes disappear to show them as they really are, human and vulnerable and natural

Naked People Project 

This is me clothed and naked, I prefer naked as I am much more comfortable clothes-free, shame-free and naturally me!


8 Nov 2012

Fat and Not Afraid!

Naturism and Body Acceptance

Reprinted from  http://fatandnotafraid.jigsy.com thanks!

Posted November 4, 2012
For a nice long while now a friend of mine has been posting up links to stories on Facebook concerning naturism, and the more I read the more I like it, and how beautifully it dovetails with body acceptance.  From Well-Being Magazine:
When we shed our clothes, we also shed the constraints of social status that by which we are often judged. Naturists make no such judgements and simply get to know the true person within.Then of course there are the positive benefits for body image. How many people go through their lives tortured by insecurity about perceived ‘faults' with their bodies, suffering low self esteem as a result? Our blemishes, scars and ‘imperfections' are not unique, we all have them. Naturism helps us to understand this and also to realise that the human body is to be celebrated for its rich diversity, not held as an object of shame."

When you're constantly seeing different bodies, men and women's, of all ages, shapes and sizes, you'll quickly come to the realization that we're all 'flawed' and that the bodies we see so often in various media are only a very narrow representation of all the beauty and diversity that humans enjoy. By seeing older bodies we can come to learn and accept what comes to all of us who live long enough. When younger kids in naturist families see all the different bodies they gain confidence in their own body, and have a kind of mental and emotional armor against the garbage body image messages they so frequently are attacked by.
But isn't being naked sexual? Isn't being around kids while naked a crime? No and no. The naked body has long been celebrated in art and only becomes sexualized when *we* sexualize it. If it were an inherently sexual thing, men would never be allowed to walk around anywhere topless, as they so often can and do, and women (in Ontario anyway) wouldn't have won the fight to do the same.

What do you think? Is nudism something you enjoy already or something that you'd never do? Are there only certain times or places where it's OK to be naked?

Nude Winter Survival Guide!

Nudie winter survival guide 

Reprinted from clothesfree.com

Now that winter is upon the northern hemisphere nudies living in the north have to figure out if they will hibernate from their nudie life or stay nude. Despite falling temps their are things that nudists can do to stay nude and warm during the cold winter months. No need to envy the folks down under. Check out the guide below.

  • Buy a portable space heater. A good one can be bought for around $40 or $50 US. Place it in the room that you spend the most time in. Be sure to get a portable one so it can be moved from room to room. This avoids turning up the heat for the whole house to stay warm.
  • Invest in a warm robe. When moving from room to room where there may not be heat up this will help you to stay warm.
  • Get some matching toe socks or fluffy slippers. Keeping the feet warm can go along way to staying warm all over while nude in the winter time.
  • Use layers of covers on the bed. Sleeping nude is one of the best aspects of nude life. The body can regulate its own temperature in most situations. Having several layers on the body thin layer first then heavier layers on top of that will allow easy adjustment of warmth to match body temperatures for comfortably sleeping nude.
  • Take hot showers at night and again in the morning. Sleeping under layers of covers can make the body sweat so a morning shower cleanses as well as warms the body for the day. A nighttime shower warms up the body before sleeping and actually helps promote sleep.
  • Drink warm beverages. Teas, soups and even coffee will help to warm the body from the inside out.
  • Workout or exercise. A round of exercise on a treadmill, or power yoga will get the blood flowing and warm the body.
  • Hang out with nudie friends who have good heat. Seriously a nudie friend who has a hot tub is even better. So call em up office to bring the wine beer or munchies. Have a nudie winter gathering, a game night or watch football or basketball games. Lots of people in the room will keep the temperature up.
  • Cuddle up with someone you love. This will not only keep you warm, but it feels great too.
Share your nudie winter survival guide tips.

4 Nov 2012

Quote "And the weaver said, Speak to us of Clothes.
And he answered:
Your clothes conceal much of your beauty, yet they hide not the unbeautiful.
And though you seek in garments the freedom of privacy you may find in them a harness and a chain.
Would that you could meet the sun and the wind with more of your skin and less of
your raiment.
For the breath of life is in the sunlight and the hand of life is in the wind."

Kahlil Gibran