Simple Message to The Media and TV Networks | The Naturist Page

It seems the media and the TV networks go by the slogan, “sex sells” and anytime there is just about any naked event or segment you tend to blow up things to make it sound more sexual than it really is. I’m writing to you because Naturists like me are tired of hearing and reading in the tabloids of events for simple non-sexual nudity being blown up to something it’s not. Understand that straight up nudity and sexual-ism are completely different. Associating nudity and sexual-ism is like comparing drivers and alcohol. they are two different things. everyone is a driver… doesn’t mean they are being alcoholics about driving. the same goes for nudity. simple non-sexual nudity does not automatically mean we’re being sexual about it.

The time has come where the media and TV networks to understand this and start learning the difference. Stop making yourselves look bad by doing articles titles like MTL Blog did for the GoTopless Day, “Tam Tams was invaded by Boobies” that just down right rude. I could go on and on about media titles but I won’t because it’s not worth my time.

If you’re going to slap a title on your story make sure your educated enough when it comes to simple non-sexual nudity and recognize the difference.

R.I.P Christiane Lecocq 1911-2014

RIP Christiane

Nudie News

“It is with great sadness that the French Naturist Federation has just learned of the death of Christiane Lecocq at the retirement home of Chatou (Yvelines), Wednesday, December 24. The funeral will be held Friday, January 2, 2015 at Notre-Dame de Chatou (Yvelines), Place Ste Marie at 11 am and burial will take place at the cemetery in Carrières-sur-Seine where already rests Albert Lecocq.””C’est avec une profonde tristesse que la Fédération française de Naturi […]

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Recommended Facebook Privacy Settings for Naturists & Nudists | The Naturist Page

It’s not only Facebook that have your photos on your profile removed and face Facebook-jail. Depending on your profile privacy settings your profile could be visible to the public. Yes, strangers who you do not know and are not on your friends list could possibly see your photos and report them.

I’m going to show you how to set up your profile so that your in more control on who sees what on your Facebook profile. Please note that if you are just accepting everyone who sends you a friend request. the following will not help you from getting your photos reported and face Facebook-jail. You should not ever allow anyone you do not know or trust on your friends list.

Step 1 | Posts:

click the box where your about to post a status and you should see a pull down menu and make sure it’s set to Friends. This way you can be sure that all your new posts are only going to be visible to only your friends eyes.

postsStep 2 | Settings/Privacy:

Click the pull down menu at the top right and choose settings.

go to settingsOnce in the settings click on the left side Privacy. Now, set your settings just like mine below making sure you select Friends for everything except “who can send you friend requests” that option is up to you.


Step 3 | Timeline Settings:

Now on the left click the Timeline settings and set it up like mine. Keep in mind this is my personal recommendation and if you want something different by all means go ahead.

timeline settingsI hope this article was of help to you people out there. Privacy for me is a big deal and I wanted to write this to help you all out there because I keep seeing people getting put in Facebook-jail. As a precaution make sure you censor your photos on Facebook because I’ve seen photos taken down of a guy in underwear… was not even nude.

If you feel that you do not want to censor your photos and be free to post photos of Non-sexual nudity I recommend you to check out Naktiv (The Nook). It’s like a Facebook for Naturists/Nudists/Comfortablists.

Why most people don’t understand social nudity

Naturist Philosopher

So far the topics being discussed here have mostly not dealt in much depth with what could be accurately described as “philosophy”. Some of the psychological discussions come close, but that’s not quite the same.

Of course, systematic philosophical thinking doesn’t come easily to a lot of people. However, it can be argued that just that kind of thinking can help understand why it is so difficult to explain to most people what social nudity is really about. This post is going to make that argument.

It’s worth suggesting, too, that a lack of some coherent philosophical base in contemporary naturism ? especially as compared to earlier incarnations of naturism from the 1920s and 1930s ? is a serious weakness. For instance, this comment from a generally positive outside observer:

[T]he new nudism, apart from its obvious demographic differences, diverges from that of decades past in that it’s not nearly…

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Four hotdogs to go | Scott RedCloud

So, I went to “La Belle Provence”, a restaurant here in Quebec and ordered two steamy hot-dogs with only mustard for Amber and two textile hot-dogs to go… The casher looked at me puzzled with my order and asked me, “textile hotdogs?” I replied back saying oh I’m sorry.. two all-dressed hotdogs. she just looked at me in confusion why I called them textile. I guess it’s a nudist thing she had to be to understand. lol