As I read various articles and delve deeper in to the lifestyle choices outside what the majority of the world consider normal, I have discovered that there is one thing that is prevalent among all of them, the feeling that we need to hide it from everyone.
I know for a several years I chose to hide my lifestyle from people because I was afraid of what they might think or what they might say or even possibly do. I hear all the time from various people, all because I choose not to hide the fact that I am a, here I go again with that word, A NUDIST.
“OMG you’re a pervert”
We all have our reasons for wanting to hide our chosen lifestyle/s but fear and shame seem to be the biggest reasons. What are your reasons for not being more confident, being proud of the lifestyle you have chosen and announcing to “your world”, I AM “insert lifestyle choice here!”?
I choose to no longer hide who or what I am so for the record, here is my announcement. My name is Moe and I am a nudist, bisexual, husband, father, son, brother, christian and a biker. I think the biggest thing I am is no longer afraid.
|Who I'd like to meet||
I would like to meet more people who are actively seeking the acceptance of public and social nonsexual nudity.
My favorite movies of all time are, Pink Floyd – The Wall, Rocky Horror Picture Show, A Clockwork Orange, Heavy Metal, Les Miserable and the musical Chess.
I have an extremely eclectic taste in music, one moment you might here me listen to a gospel song and the next a head banging metal thrash tune. My favorite solo artist of all time is David Bowie, favorite group is Pink Floyd and my favorite song of all time is "Several Species of Small Furry Animals Gathered Together in a Cave and Grooving with a Pict."
I have a deep passion to working on my relationship with God although I abhore organized religion, I honestly believe that organized religion is a tool of the devil. I love my family and always do my best to do what is right by them although with me being human I do screw up and make mistakes, I do not dwell on the mistakes except to work on not making that same mistake again.