Society has grossly looked out on the emotional, health, environmental, and societal advantages of a nudist lifestyle

Guest Blog by: African American Naturist
The advantages of a naturist lifestyle:
Nudist lifestyle – While many in America desperately seek options for the critical issues resulting from Loses a modeling duty due to an allergic reaction. More importantly you , materialistic, unsustainable, environmentally damaging, socially isolated, emotionally disconnected, psychologically trying, and physically sedentary consumer lifestyles, no reference is made by mainstream society of one significant lifestyle aspect of many longstanding sustainable societies and native peoples in less industrialized areas around the world (and historically by native individuals within our own region), namely that of naturism.

benefits of a nudist lifestyle
While naturists in the developed world have for ages been aware of the mental, health, environmental, and societal benefits of spending private, family, and social time clothes free, we’ve been largely quiet in sharing this information with mainstream society. The benefits of naturism or nudism aren’t even mentioned on popular environmental and sustainable design sites such as Treehugger, or Inhabitat. Health sites like WebMD yield zero results for naturism. The current discussion of sustainable social engineering and resource based economy as promulgated by The Zeitgeist Movement additionally makes no reference of naturism. Even social movements which should obviously encompass naturism, such as the promotion of holistic, sustainable, lifestyle practices is mostly divorced from, and uninformed of, naturism. Naturism stays a stepchild, detached, concealed, shunned, and mainly dismissed by more popular holistic health and wellness, community involvement, and environmental sustainability movements.
We naturists can no longer stay silent if we wish to pass on the benefits of naturism to bigger society, preserve them for future generations, or even keep them for ourselves. Naturism is under attack. It’s an assault of words, largely uninformed words and knee jerk rhetorical questions based in fear and fantasy, sometimes inflamed by the misbehavior of a few disrespectful, socially reckless individuals. We are under an attack of words, ordinances, laws, policy revisions, external political subversion, internal organizational discord, media ridicule, and advertising distortions. We must win this war of words with our own authentic narratives, our personal experiences, the advantages we have received, the societal harmony we’ve detected, and the respectful personal accountability and social responsibility we now have practiced. We must actively engage the movements which have yet to mention us in meaningful discussion of the values and advantages related to the practice of naturism.
Like an unloved stepchild, we now have been seen (often with misunderstanding, fear, and contempt) and not heard. It is time to return out of the closet, grab the mic, and make our voices heard! We must do that, not only for our own good, but for the healing of our larger society which only becomes possible when actually more comprehensive and more inclusive holistic sustainable lifestyle choices and public policy options are brought to the table.
By Young Naturists and Nudists America FKK
Tags: activism, wellness
Type: Nudism and Naturism, Social Nudity Blogs
About the Author (Author Profile)
About The Naturist African American Write: “African American Naturist” is a professional design engineer now working in the transport industry and who has been But occasionally motive is the only thing separating an exhibitionist from a naturist. A naturist can accidentally shock or disturb an unsuspecting stranger if they happen to be seen trekking naked. While a nude hiker may have no ill intention, the other person may presume otherwise. Or even bystanders or police may assume otherwise, as was the case with Nigel Keer, a free hiker in the UK. This often leads to jail time, a fine and also being registered as a sex offender. to be acquainted with folks from a variety of walks of life and different areas around the globe.