Nudist Documentary Review Of My Daughter the Teenage Nudist
Nudist Documentary - My Daughter the Teenage Nudist
Nudist Documentary Review: “My Daughter the Teenage Nudist” - I was recently reading through several reviews that were popping up all over about the newly-released documentary entitled, “My Daughter the Teenage Nudist,” out of curiosity, and no means of seeing it myself. But then it was uploaded on Daily Motion! Thank you, Daily Motion for being so liberally naked. Some reviews were negative, mostly written by people who have no clue what naturism is about. I, however, thought this 45 minute documentary was light-hearted and insightful in some ways. This nudist documentary follows a number of young people in England as they explore the World Naked Bike Ride, skinny dipping, and explore ways in which they can make people think differently about body image and nudity.
My Daughter The Teenage Nudist by vivrenu-tv
About the Author (Author Profile)I'm Felicity Jones, author of Felicity's Blog and co-founder of Young Naturists America. I write about nudism and naturism in today's world along with issues like top-freedom and body acceptance, and various naked topics. Enjoy, and please leave a comment when you've got something to say! :)
Hey Daniel, I totally agree with you! The WNBR has its greater environmental cause, but I think it also has a double effect in exposing people to to the idea that nudity can be nonsexual and that it's fun and possible to bike ride naked! Dario, I haven't seen those other documentaries so I can't compare. I didn't even notice that the main girl isn't fully nude in any scenes, I thought she was a few times. But I don't feel the need to criticize her for that, she's young and still discovering what naturism is about. It did look like that guy was after her to take a photo because she was topless, but with her being the only topless girl around, it was obviously exciting for him. I would've refused him too in that moment. I don't think Clare is too hung up on her mother's concerns- she did try the skinny dipping and it seemed she had her own personal concerns about going nude or not. She's still a teenager, and I'm sure she'll be able to make her own decisions about it as she gets older. I'm also glad to see young people are getting into social nudity, and I hope the trend will spread more to Australia! :)
In my honest opinion, this is not the best of naturist documentaries (compared to the likes of Educating Julie and Diary of a Teenage Nudist). However, it's reasonably well executed but without going beneath the surface of why some young people take to being naked whilst others don't. In fact, the focal star of the doco does not actually go nude but merely topless at the events she is seen at. The Vegan Cooks are really cool, and I think that there should be more events like they have the world over. Where Alex's protest is concerned, I noted that when a young fellow barged in on her conversation with the police begging to take a photo of her she refuses him outright. My question is: would this have happened if she did not go topless in the street? Also, I felt rather sorry for Clare. She seems really repressed and hung up on herself especially with being an adult woman she still relies on her mother's opinion for not nuding up herself. Nevertheless, it's still entertaining, and I am glad to see youth and social nudity taking shape over in the UK after a few decades of struggling to do so. I only wish the same could be said for Australia, where young people are hardly ever seen at clubs or beaches anymore.
The naked bike ride part kind of ticked me off. the comments of the bystanders, oh it should be kept indoors. grrr theres nothing.. NOTHING sexual about it. only way i can see it being sexual if a woman keeps going over bumps on purpose. but other than that. Its a great idea and i wish i could experience it myself.
Hey Rick, I'm glad you liked it as much as I did! Thank you, I do hope this kind of nakedity becomes the norm :)
Thank you for sharing this. It was refreshing to see something on the internet where "nakedity" is being portrayed in a non-sexual and non-objectifying way. This documentary, and your blog for that matter, is a great start for this becoming the norm.. More power to ya..