Recherche néo naturistes pour reportage télé

Un documentaire sur le naturisme est en préparation pour une émission télé grand public. L’équipe en charge a choisi de porter sous un angle bienveillant, informatif et positif les renouveaux du naturisme, pratique qui fait notamment de plus en plus d’adeptes chez les trentenaires, comme on peut le lire un peu partout dans la presse cet été. Afin de pouvoir terminer ce travail, la journaliste souhaite suivre les premiers pas de néo naturistes qui expriment leur ressenti quant à ce passage. Il s’agirait de porter un regard doux, bienveillant et de faire un portrait très chouette des personnes filmées à la plage, dans un centre naturiste ou lors d’activités naturistes ! Si vous correspondez à ce profil et acceptez de partager votre expérience, contactez laurajournaliste@yahoo.com.

Some cool nudist pins

End of the holidays, continuation of naked living and putting naked assets in order. While rejuvenating my naked and happy boards on Pinterest, I bumped onto those quotes that I felt good about. I really loved this one:

Did I mention that I am completely Naked. Care to join me?

Why did I love it? Because naturism is to be shared. Yes being naked feels great. However, it’s feels even greater when you are surrounded with other like-minded naked friends.

I wish you all a great naked time with friends and family. And remember,

Get Naked, Stay Naked, Live Naked and Share the Naked Love!

Holiday time is over, naked time never ends

I’m back from holiday and ready to kick in some blogging time, as naked time never ends. I went through extensive naked time over this holiday period, including the visit of Olive Dell Ranch. And I’m happy to come close to have all my 2017 nudist resolution fulfilled (read the update here). What about you, my dear readers, have you spent naked time this holiday? Any new experience, resort, beach you visited in the buff? Share below, I love to read your comments!

Get Naked, Stay Naked, Live Naked and Share the Naked Love!

Quelles activités pratiquer nu(e) ?

Vous avez décidé de vous essayer au naturisme cet été et vous avez bien fait. Mais au-delà du bronzage intégral sans trace de maillots et des apéros entre amis naturistes, qu’allez-vous pouvoir faire en tenue d’Adam et Eve ? La réponse est plein de choses, en fait quasiment tout ce que vous pouvez faire habillé ou presque.

Le sport

Le premier type d’activités à pratique nu(e) est le sport. Nombre de camping et lieux naturistes proposent tennis, golf, volley-ball, jogging, natation, etc. En effet, bon nombre de sports ne nécessitent que peu ou pas de vêtements.

Les sports nautiques peuvent aussi se pratiquer nu : la planche à voile, le ski nautique et même la plongée sous-marine (à condition de la pratiquer dans des eaux chaudes, le corps ayant tendance à se refroidir très vite).

En fonction de l’intensité du sport, il faudra peut-être prévoir un soutien-gorge pour vous mesdames. A vous de juger !

La randonnée

La randonnée se pratique en effet nu et elle a ses adeptes qui l’appelle d’ailleurs la randonue. Si en principe, elle n’est pas autorisée en dehors des zones naturistes, il y a une certaine tolérance (et jurisprudence) quand elle est pratiquée en groupe. Marcher juste avec une bonne paire de chaussures et un chapeau procure une liberté incroyable. A essayer d’urgence si vous en avez la possibilité.

Toutes les activités de salon

Que ce soit les jeux de sociétés, la peinture, regarder un film ou juste prendre un verre entre amis, là encore pas besoin de vêtements. On est d’ailleurs bien plus à l’aise entièrement nu. Si c’est votre première fois en camping naturiste, vous allez sans doute vous apercevoir que la nudité va devenir une seconde nature. Au point que vous ne penserez plus que vous êtes nu.

Apéros, barbecue et réunion entre amis

Les vacances sont le moment privilégié pour se reposer et passer du bon temps entre amis. Nul besoin de vêtements pour partager un verre de rosé et des cacahuètes, préparer un barbecue et passer des bons moments entre amis. Le naturisme a même tendance à augmenter la convivialité de ses moments précieux. L’absence de vêtements fait tomber plus de barrières psychologiques qu’il n’y parait de prime abord.

Comme vous pouvez le constater, il n’existe quasiment aucune limite aux activités à pratiquer nu. Bien évidemment, si vous sortez du camping naturiste pour aller visiter le musée, le château ou le domaine viticole proche, il vous faudra sans doute vous rhabiller. Vous prendrez alors un immense plaisir à retrouver votre tenue de peau de retour dans votre environnement naturiste. Car comme je l’ai souvent dit, essayer le naturisme c’est l’adopter.

Il est à noter que l’article 222-32 du code pénal est ambigu et que même nu dans votre jardin vous pouvez être verbalisé par la maréchaussée suite à une plainte de quelqu’un qui vous aurait vu. Il y a peu de chance que cela arrive, mais il est préférable de prévenir que guérir. Soyez donc prudent si vous voulez vous dénuder hors des zones prévues à cet effet. Si vous décidez de le faire, faites-le à plusieurs, l’union faisant la force et restez toujours respectueux des personnes textiles. La nudité est toujours perçue comme une forme d’exhibitionnisme par une majorité de personnes.

Si la majeure partie de ces activités se pratiquent dans un cadre exclusivement naturiste, il en est d’autres qui « sortent du cadre ». Pour vivre un naturisme autrement, lancez-vous dans le « na-tourisme ». Le na-tourisme, késako ? Découvrez-le avec naturisme.fr.

Bonnes vacances naturistes à tous !

How to deal with voyeurs at the nudist beach

Imagine the following. You are quietly reading and tanning. The beach is big and almost empty, with very few people scattered around, each naturist enjoying the biggest possible space (and that is being 15 to 20 meters away from each other). Then all of a sudden, a man sets his towel at exactly 2 meters away from you and your spouse.

On the positive side, this person gets naked, so fits in. On the negative side, he stares at you, and more intensely at your spouse. This creates almost immediately an uncomfortable feeling.

This just occurred to us yesterday, as we were enjoying the nudist beach. It happened that we were actually about to leave, so the situation just accelerated our departure.

However, the question of voyeurs remain. I believe this guy was there to watch us, enjoying the naked beach. On the one side, since he was naked, he can enjoy the naked beach. He can watch people too as long as his attitude is not lewd. On the other side, by the place he chose, we felt watched. Did he voluntarily sat there to watch us, I do not know but it felt like this. So the question is how to approach this situation?

If we were not about to leave, I would have approached and asked this man why he sat 2 meters away from us where he could have any other places further from anybody? And I would have shared that we felt watched by him. What would you have done? I would appreciate your comments and ideas?

Get Naked, Stay Naked, Live Naked and Share the Naked Life!

Slowed activities – Naturist holidays have started!

Holiday time has arrived. Sun, no clothes and minimum connection… A few posts in July to keep the naturism spirit high, but with a slower cadence. Enjoy the sun, grab the opportunity to let go shorts, t-shirts and swimsuits. Trying nudism is adopting it! I wish you great holidays, in the nude of course!

Activité ralentie, vacances naturistes en cours

Le temps des vacances est arrivée. Du soleil, pas de vêtements et un minimum d’internet… Quelques posts au mois de juillet à une cadence ralentie. Profitez de la saison pour laisser tomber shorts, T-shirts et maillots de bain. Essayer le naturisme, c’est l’adopter ! Bonnes vacances naturistes comme il se doit !

Why I’m Getting Naked On The Internet – #getmorenaked

Jessi Kneeland’s « purpose on earth is to help all women break free from the body image issues, fear, shame, and armor that hold them back ». And this is one of the reasons she’s decided to get naked on the internet.

Jessi is a coach, teacher, speaker, and writer dedicated to helping women love their bodies. What better way to love you body than to first accept it naked when you look yourself in the mirror. As she says in her About, « Your body affects how you think and feel, and how you think and feel affects your body. Learning to love and accept yourself requires working on, and healing, both ends ».

Her post is an ode to nudity, the deeply rooted explanation of what nudity can bring to any human being. As she rightly writes, « instead of seeing that breasts and bellies and thighs come in all sorts of wonderful shapes and sizes, we see only bodies that have been surgically and digitally altered to all look more or less the same ».

The human body comes into so many various shapes that we forget diversity makes beauty, not uniformity. By totally accepting our own body, nudity becomes natural again. So simple and so difficult at the same time. Difficult because society is brainwashing us to consume more, to want more, to have more.

By embracing naturism as a lifestyle, we are more, more human, more ourselves, more true. Being a naturist is not easy though, as Jessi claims, « I know some people won’t understand, and won’t approve. I know I’ll probably lose followers for this ». May be, but the people who loves you and understands you will get closer and will be even more faithful. And beyond this, you’ll embark many women and men who feel uncomfortable with their own body and who will learn from you and your experience.

Naturism is one of the best lifestyles to get back our natural lives, to accept and be accepted for who we are, not for what we claim we are. Naked, we bare our soul too. I close this post on a file quote by Jessi:

Our naked bodies are all fundamentally, inherently, and eternally right, and I challenge you to stop running from them.

Get Naked, Stay Naked, Live naked and Share the Naked Love!

Want Better Self-Confidence? Get Naked!

This is probably one of the best articles I’ve read on how to boost self-confidence by embracing nudism. Although this article focuses on getting comfortable in your own skin by sleeping naked or practicing yoga naked, it does not touch on social nudity.

However, embracing the naturist lifestyle by spending time with other naturists in the buff starts by getting comfortable with oneself. And on that, the article of Danielle Keating is spot-on.

Here are a few quotes from the article:

Not only is baring your skin natural, but going nude is also rich in both psychological and biological benefits.

If you work out alone, the best fit is nothing at all.

Self-love is attainable and can be obtained through nakedness, because when you strip down, your physical and mental health goes up!

One comment was insightful too, from a psychological point of view:

How empowering it is to do something that you may feel is a big deal and discover that you are fine.

It’s true that the first time you undress, you may feel uncomfortable, but growth comes from moving from comfort zone to un-comfort, so that your comfort zone increases. One additional point for the people who are definitely not familiar with nudity is to « unlearn » the relationship between sex and a nude body.

Society has been building this relationship for years by sexualizing heavily the human body. However, as any naturist know, nothing is further from the real truth. Being naked does not have to mean having sex. Being naked means accepting our own body and being comfortable with it. Once you are OK with that, you can move to the next step which is being social with your own nudity and with others.

You will find 10 Ways To Become Comfortable With Nudity on this blog. I sincerely think the above article will help you getting comfortable with your own nude body and will get you closer to become the naturist you can be. However, watch out! Naturism is very addictive. Once you try, you may never go back to being textile.

Get Naked, Stay Naked, Live Naked and Share the Naked Love!