Note: If anything I say in this post offends or angers you, let me know by commenting and we can talking about it. I’m sorry: It was not my intent to anger or offend anyone. I am trying to, as best as I can, explain what I personally believe about the subject of nudism, and why I believe it. Feedback and criticism is welcome. Also: Please click the link below — it’s the highlighted word “elsewhere” — in order to have more of an understanding of why I’m saying what I’m saying in this post. Thank you.
As I have said elsewhere, the reason that I am interested in the subject of nudism is because I believe that those who practice it can teach those who don’t practice it a thing or two.
Now, if you don’t mind, I want to ask nudists some questions:
- Why did you decide to be a nudist?
- How has nudism changed your life?
- What are the benefits and drawbacks of being a nudist?
- If there is one thing you want to tell people about the nudist lifestyle, what is it?
If you don’t mind, please leave your answers to these questions in the comment section of this post. Thank you for taking the time to answer these questions.
The reason I ask these questions is because I hope that all people will love and respect others, and love and respect themselves too, no matter what they are or aren’t wearing.
The reason for these posts about nudism is because I feel like, I don’t know why, nudists are a group of people who are swept under the rug — treated as if they don’t exist. I don’t like that.
The reason I don’t like that is because I want all people to be treated as the human beings that they are, no matter how they choose to live their life.
Thank you for reading.