Felicity’s Blog – Nudist Blogs By Felicity Jones Of YNA
Felicity Jones of YNA, Author of Felicity’s Nudist Blog
Felicity’s Nudist Blog:
Felicity’s Blog – Hi! Are you new here? Welcome to Felicitys Blog – my nudist blog! Â Iâ€™m Felicity Jones (my pen name), I’m 24 and I heart naturismÂ / nudism.Â I grew up as a nudist with my family at a nudist club in New Jersey and now live in Queens, NY. Â I started this blog in 2010 when I co-founded Young Naturists America, an organization and growing community of young naturists. Â On this blog I aim to promote the naturist lifestyle and discuss news, events, controversial issues, nudist club / resort reviews, the enticing stories of my naturist childhood, and more! Â The most important issues for me in the naturist world are topfree equality, positive body image / body acceptance, and promoting naturism in general so that more people will at least know it exists and understand it. Â I also care deeply about the Earth, recycling, upcycling and climate change. Â Naturism often brings people closer to nature, but there won’t be anything left of it if we don’t start taking care of the planet! Â Anyway, I consider nudism and naturism to be synonymous terms, but because nudism can have a negative connotation, I prefer to call myself a naturist, or better yet, a nudie.Â To me, naturism is about being yourself, being proud of and loving your body, and accepting others just as they are without judgment. Â Come to one of our events, and you’ll see what I mean.
Felicity’s Nudist NaturistÂ Blog by Felicity Jones
I’ve been an activist for topfreedom and have also been involved in a number of naked art performances in NYC. Â One of them resulted in myÂ arrest on Wall Street. Â I like these performances because they challenge the way people think about nudity.
Here is a link toÂ my first introductory blog, to learn more about me. I am always interested in your thoughts, so do comment when you have something to say! Thanks for visiting.
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