for the duration of the occasion. From 8:30 p.m. until 10:30 p.m., the pool’s

windows will be blocked.
For a nudism greenhorn, Saturday’s swim could be an experience that may liberate
the neophyte from more than merely the clothes.
nudists, says Teddy van Geemen, an event organizer.
“It is a remarkable sense of liberation and freedom when you first try it,” he says,
Particularly when it is done with a group.
“Social nudism is defined by great recognition. Nobody cares whether you
Van Geemen’s friend, Connie Robson, was started about six years ago when she
“It was an exhilarating feeling of freedom,” she recalls.
when you are clothes-free.”
But the instant we leave
the uterus, we are wrapped in a blanket, and the skin rarely ever sees the light
of day again.
Is this healthy for our
bodies? Were our bodies designed to be forever clothed? If you believe in
evolution, the answer must be no. Of course progression did not create a body
designed for clothes.
Judeo-Christian divine creation of the body, the reply must still be no.
Adam and Eve lived naked in the garden of Eden. That is what their bodies were
designed to do.
Why have this spectacular
organ of skin enveloping our entire bodies, every square inch of it covered with
delicate sensory nerves and innovative temperature regulation pores, then
wrap it up 24/7 in man-made coverings so it is all worthless? Clothes can keep
us warm in extreme conditions. But in other instances, it really interferes with
It’s clear a hot day
would be much easier to take nude than clothed. But those with expertise
can also testify that the naked body is able to comfortably defy trendy
temperatures considerably simpler than most people think, because clothes aren’t
interfering with the body’s attempt to regulate internal temperature.
against the elements, against harm while performing high-risk actions–these
are good reasons for covering the miraculous organ of skin with clothing. But
Pros are now starting
to tell us that kids aren’t getting enough sunlight. Between the hysteria of
always staying clothed and the latest panic craze of developing skin cancer,
Kids are experiencing a vitamin D deficiency, even to the stage where that
supposedly archaic disorder of rickets is starting to return.
(By the way, it is considerably
you let others see you naked now and after that.)
Physical health is merely
one facet of nudity. What about our mental well-being?
Who are we? We are
our bodies. Whatever approach we have toward our bodies is the attitude we have
toward ourselves.
And what is the outlook
We’ve got toward our bodies? Shame.
european nudists may very well
be the most pervasive emotional conditioning of our lives. We would rather call it
brainwashing because it’s forced upon us throughout our lives, warps our natural
attitudes toward our and others’ bodies, and is a profoundly emotive, irrational
Procedure. Psychological maltreatment, in our view.
Is there a kid on earth
Who’s born with an aversion to nudity? Does any child care about naked bodies?
Does seeing a nude body mean anything at all to a young kid? Does being
nude mean anything to a child, other than perhaps a more comfortable state of
dress to be in than having clothing pressed against one’s body?
What kid would not love
to rip her or his clothing off and run around naked, only for the simple delight
of it?
So where does the negative
reaction to nudity come from?
Do kids grow into it
naturally? Absurdity! All the societies in the history of mankind that have
accepted public nudity or near-nudity would never have existed were this true.
No, the negative reaction
to nudity must be brainwashed into kids. And how is that done?
Through shame. Children
won’t leave clothing on unless we shame or endanger them into doing it.
Now why is not that
Mental maltreatment?
From the moment of birth,
when they wrap that blanket around the newborn, we are emotionally conditioned
to think of our bodies as shameful.
Infrequent exceptions, the brainwashing is reinforced. Every minute we cover our
bodies we are conveying the subliminal message to our subconscious that our
bodies are black and must be hidden.
Every minute of each day.
Is there any other sort of emotional conditioning we’re immersed in more?
Even our moments of nudity
do not save nudestsex . When we bathe, we go into a personal toilet, close and often
lock the door, pull the shower curtain, and shower naked–all alone out of sight
of others. Bodily functions are done the same way.
Not even physician’s offices