I recently wrote in an article about the media reporting on nudist events that perhaps the editorial decision to trivialise or make light of such events…
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In my post last week I asked the media not to report about nudity and naturist events as if they are 12-year-old boys sniggering behind the bike sheds…
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An open letter to all media organisations covering nudist or naturist events. Enough with the double entendre and sly innuendo. Treat your audience with…
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Shame on you! Oh, the shame! You must have been so ashamed. These are all expressions that many of us will be familiar with and may have heard many…
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One thing I have come to ponder in recent years is that we seem to be living in a culture of offence. Daily there are examples of someone being offended…
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In my last post, I expanded on Linda Weber's idea around RESPECT as a key element in the naturist philosophy. The last letter “T” stands for “Tell your…
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Readers of my blog will already be aware of my thoughts and attitudes about the philosophy of naturism and my efforts to try and demystify and promote…
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For those who have read my previous posts, you will already know that I am an advocate of increased public tolerance of nudity. I am not opposed to…
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In my first article, I used the term “Textiles” to describe non-naturist folk and it prompted one reader to comment that they found the term divisive…
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The world is full of examples of double standards, and many of these are based on gender. Men are often called distinguished as they age, yet the same…
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I was recently engaged in an online conversation with a friend of mine, Jay@J068downsouth, and I was reminded of a comment that he made back in April…
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Many people think nothing of buying new clothes and ditching last season’s look. We assume that by dropping our unwanted clothes off at the local…
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