# 96 The best naturism on the internet
Now that I am managing a small private Facebook group for younger naturists in the Midlands, my interest in other people’s writings has really taken off as I populate our wall with interesting links.
Some of the best ones I have seen are on Tumblr – a site I have never really got to grips with – and WordPress. I’ve read some incredibly powerful and thoughtful entries on body image both positive and negative, read about people’s journeys into naturism as they come to terms with who and what they are, seen a lot of inspiring photographs and have had aspects of my life given a massive reality check.
So I thought I’d share some of my favourite places with you all because I want you to know how awesome some of these people are.
My absolute favourite at the moment is this Tumblr site Fat and Naked. It’s run by Cadenza who hails from the USA and embraces her curves in every possible way. And you know what she loves the way she looks. And she looks amazing!
At Home Clothes Free is another site full of interesting bits and pieces. It gathers its entries from all over the internet meaning I don’t have to trawl sites for hours. I even found my blog posting from 28th June on there the other day. Kudos!
|At Home Clothes Free Source|
Project Naked is loaded with personal stories about body image. There are some really heart warming tales and also some very sad ones. Read it if you’re in any doubt about your perceptions of yourself.
Another one I’ve really enjoyed for its positive message is i-naked.info which covers many aspects of naturism and body positive imagery.
The one all encompassing feature of these sites is that your body is your body and no matter what you look like being naked is cool. Naturism is essentially non sexual. It’s about being clothes free and nothing more, whether you’re an at home secret naturist or you go to clubs, beaches or like to swim naked.
And if you remove the sexual aspect of it, much of our prejudice towards the body and its aspirations to perfection, quickly dissipate which says a lot about the society we live in.
Don’t forget it’s the Great British Skinny Dip 2012 this weekend. Do something new. Just do it!