Is there anything better than taking your clothes off ? Probably not !
In every group of friend, there’s at least one person who’s always the first to suggest a trip to the clothing-optional beach or a midsummer skinny dip. These are the “naked people,” or those among us who have discovered that there truly is nothing better than being nude. But opting to wear only your birthday suit can sometimes get a bad rap. Naturists, who make a lifestyle of living in the nude, are often misunderstood or stigmatized as “hippies,” creeps or, worse, perverts. In reality, the naturist credo is quite simple: Living comfortably in your body is the best way to live. In fact, going nude has tremendous psychological and physical benefits.
Because there are no better experts on going au naturel, talking to naturists can bring you different opinions however all talk about the major perks of dropping ones clothes and loving every inch of our skin. These are the incredible reasons to embrace being naked, straight from the mouths of people who rarely wear clothes. Lifetime naturists swear that their interpersonal relationships improved once they started regularly doing social activities (yes, everything from water sliding to bowling) in the nude. That’s because they say being nude allows them to approach people in a more honest and open light.
Try as we might to fight it, what we wear has an enormous impact on how we’re perceived by others. Research suggests that how we dress can change how successful, smart and even trustworthy we may appear to outsiders. Getting naked can decrease the pressure we feel to act and appear a certain way. To many, public nudity can feel more policed than freeing. It can be seen as a form of protest and public nudity laws vary state to state. For naturists, though, social nudity is the least restrictive and most natural way to be around others.Research shows that being self-compassionate not being too hard on ourselves leads to an overall healthier and less stressful lifestyle. Naturists say that coming to love your nude body is one huge way to learn that compassion.
British Naturism is the national body for naturism in the UK and organises events for its members the whole year round. BN has a website which you can find here http://www.bn.org.uk/index.php Being a BN member is great and gives you the back up of knowing that should you need support in any matters involving the law and nudity, it is there from members who knows what’s what and from people who are talking from past member experiences. There is no offence of nudity in English law, and despite there being millions of naturists in the UK, society doesn’t always understand why people would go without clothes. If you like being clothes free why not join ?
Join online now at http://www.bn.org.uk/membership/index.php
Alternatively, write to BN (Dept. WIN), 30-32 Wycliffe Road, Northampton, NN1 5JF, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 01604 620361 and ask for an information pack.
Taken in part from here:- Original Post