Report on The Nudist Documentary Film “My Daughter the Teenage Nudist”

Naturist Documentary Review: “My Daughter the Teenage Nudist”:
I was recently reading through several reviews which were popping up all over about the just-released naturist documentary entitled, “My Daughter the Teenage Nudist,” out of fascination, and no means of seeing it myself. But then it was uploaded on Daily Motion! Thank you, Daily Movement for being so liberally nude.
Some reviews were negative, mainly written by those who have no clue what naturism is about. I, however, believed this 45 minute documentary was lighthearted and insightful in some ways. This naturist documentary follows several young people in England as they explore the World Naked Bike Ride, skinny dipping, and investigate ways where they could get people believe differently about body image and nudity.
The first man we meet is teen Molly who is 18 years old. Her first public nudity or societal naturism encounter is the World Naked Bike Ride in London, where many riders went completely nude, decked out in paint and fun accessories. Molly finds it exciting and freeing, but her mom does not share the same enthusiasm, particularly after seeing her daughter’s bare pictures on Facebook. Molly then decides to pursue other naked tasks. She sees a nudist resort with several pals, and though self-conscious initially, most of the group shed their inhibitions to take a bare swim. She gets prepared to leave for college, not about to be a naturist per se, but still open to having nude fun.
Although the name of the nudist documentary might indicate otherwise (it sort of sounds like when a porn flick tries to guise itself under naturist terms), the documentary is not entirely focused on this teen girl and her mum. The following person we meet is Daryl Jones, youth officer for British Naturism. He is working with BN to recruit the younger folk, who appear to be losing in naturism just like in the U.S. British Nudism has also lost 7,000 members in the last decade, according to this nudist documentary. Daryl spreads the word on the street as he discusses to World Naked Bike Riders and university students about joining YBN (Young British Naturists).
My Daughter the Teenage Nudist – A Naturist Documentary
During this nudist documentary, we additionally learn about a small group of young people who cook vegan food naked and compose a naturist site duly entitled, “Naked Vegan Cooking.” Alex, 25, is part of the group and by being nude, she also desires to challenge the pervasive images of perfect, photoshopped bodies in the media. The group decides to do an event in support of positive body image, a “Naked Tea Party.” They market it on the roads of Britain, and Alex and Daryl determine to remove their tops while handing out fliers.
They generate a reaction from one young woman who says they’re contradicting themselves by having two “beautiful” people market positive image. While Alex does match the idealized body type – slender, tall and tanned – can we hold that against her? She is not allowed to try to change people’s perceptions about their bodies and nudity because she is too thin or pretty? The youthful observer is missing the point. (It’s about being happy and comfortable with your body, no matter what size and shape. Unfortunately enough, even skinny girls are very unhappy with their bodies these days.)
I truly really admired Alex after what occurred next. It truly is allegedly legal to be freely nude in Britain, but she had to face a police officer asking her to put her shirt back on. She pointed out the absurdity of his applying the laws of “decency” that were of course not the same for Daryl, who was permitted to stay top-free. She stands up for herself, but then put her top back on, so the courts won’t get to determine what’s adequate this time.
The narrator states at the start that increasingly more young people are engaging in public nudity, including in events like the WNBR, but the naturist community is not exactly getting younger. The difference here is maybe partially due to the dilemma of labels. Alex, though she enjoys social nudity, is hesitant to label . Molly and her friends just want to try things out and go naked whenever they want without necessarily committing to a club or group.
The nude vegan cooks opt to use the word “naked” for their event rather than “naturist,” which might “put people away.” Thus, is there a message here? Do we have to drop the term naturist and naturist to get the younger population interested? The leaders of BN are extremely conscious that there’s an image problem when using these terms. While visiting a naturist club, Alex has a chat with a guy who tells her that when it comes down to it, being a naturist is just about “taking off.” It really is as easy as that, is not it?
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