Naturist Movement: More Acceptance, Less Body Shame

Body Shame And Nudism:
Body ShameIn Greco-Roman history, nudism was viewed as the ideal state, the pure state. The human body was viewed as elegant, beautiful,nude and divine. Nowadays, the only time we are allowed to be nude and no one makes a big deal about it is when we’re infants, but even this doesn’t continue very long.
While reaching early childhood, nudity is viewed as a private issue, which is black to be seen naked in public.
My mum mechanically remarked and told them they can’t change in front of each other and need to get prepared for bed in the bathroom, so applying that nudity is shameful and should stay private.
This deeply saddened me. They still had an innocent mindset.
Both men and women are told the best way to dress, what to dress, what the ideal man or women should look like and act. We’ve become so body conscious that we’ll often point out each other’s defects.
I remember growing up as a kid and hating how I looked, particularly as I struggled with my awareness of self and body image. I strongly believe it’s because we’re grown into a society where it isn’t okay to be oneself. We are told to fulfill modern society’s ideals or otherwise we’ll get made fun of.
Body Shame And The Naturist movement
The nudist movement isn’t about sexual conduct. For FKK, it is about body approval, that will result in an improved self-esteem and sense of self-worth. We’re not around wearing no clothing all the time, as garments are needed, but the difference is that clothes are not always needed.
There are several tasks that can be enjoyed without the constraints of clothing such as- swimming naked, nude hiking, bare jogging, gardening, and playing games, etc. Another advantage is going back to the age of innocence and enjoying being the best version of you whether clothed or naked.
I am witness to this naturist movement.
Now, I can actually say, my self esteem and my self-worth have substantially improved. I stand here today as a transformed man, and I believe everyone is .
I consider there are not any true body flaws. We’re who we are for a reason, there’s a story behind everything and we are worth understanding. We are all beautiful just as we’re. I hope , and we grow to love and accept each other as we’re.
Why should we be any different whether we are nude or with clothing? Now’s society would be simpler to live with if we could learn to accept ourselves and others, which is part of FKK’s “folks favorable” doctrine.
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Logan Green is a naturist blogger located in Oregon.