You’re a naturist and are you constantly being banned and blocked by people who don’t understand you? What is it about the naked human body that sends so many people into paroxysms of censorship and puritan fist waving? It seems that it’s ok to post images and videos of violence and bloodshed, but let a little too much skin show and you get a wrist slap like no other. It’s often immediate and one has no recourse to appeal, all the big guns do it, as soon as advertising and their hand-in-glove corporate mind-set get a grip on what they think is the moral high ground, you’re toast. It happens time and time again, certainly to me and to many people I know.
The answer seems to drive people into private groups and places where “nobody else can see”, just like the traditional naturist clubs of yore. This is an outdated model. If naturists want to have anything to say about what we do and where we can go and how we can behave, in public and in private, then we need to take these matters into our own hands.
There’s no point in waiting for someone else to be nice to you, and to give you public nudity on a plate. We want it, then we have to take it. We have to get together and focus our energies on making society accept our lifestyle based on our principles, not based on the principles of people who don’t understand it and never will. We need to take a leaf out of the gay movement and make it illegal to discriminate against naked people.
Take a look at the Naktiv #social #media #network where being #naked online is OK and the membership control the content, let’s get together in a safe place and then share our adventures with the entire world.
What are you waiting for? Let the #NATURIST in you COME OUT!