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.

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9 thoughts on “Simple Message to The Media and TV Networks | The Naturist Page

  1. I was annoyed a few days ago when the media reported a story of a woman stealing a baby Jesus figure during a speech by the pope. How was it relevant to the story that the woman was topless? Yet practically every headline I read on the story mentioned that point. Would the main elements of the story be any different if the fact had been neglected. To me, this was a story of a woman stealing part of a Christmas display in front of the pope, and the fact that she was in a partial state of undress was irrelevant.

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  2. To the clothes minded people, the only times they are nude are, when they having sex, taking a shower or possibly when they are seeing their physician. So, since sex sells, and the other two don’t, they automatically assume that nudity equates with sexual activity. They just don’t get it , that you can do almost anything that you normally do in the nude. We are only restricted from doing it more often because of the behavioral norms and laws set down by society. Personally, if the laws would allow it, I would walk down Main Street in the nude. It wouldn’t bother me at all!
    I would love to do the Bay to Breakers run in San Francisco, nude of course, sometime! That would be awesome!

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