Shit People Say – Shit Clothed People Say to Nudists Video Premiere
Shit Clothed People Say to Nudists
Our first Young Naturists America video production is HERE!
Shit People Say – For anyone who has ever tried explaining the idea of not wearing clothes, outside or inside, among other people, to a textile-clinging cottontail, well..you know clothed people say a lot of shit! ;) Watch the video to see what they say and how us nuddies respond! Plus, see behind-the-scenes photos below of our video in the making!
Shit People Say
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About the Author (Author Profile)Author of Felicity's Blog. Co-founder of Young Naturists America. 3rd-generation nudie. Avid reader. Feminist. 70% vegan, 30% vegetarian. When I'm not busy eating, I'm writing about naturism, censorship, topfree equality, body image and other fun topics. I like feedback, so plz leave a comment when you've got something to say!
Videos are great, this one particularly. My favorite lines in this gem: "Am I supposed to shave? Is everyone shaved down there? That particular form of intimate grooming really resonates with my tastes. Some will argue it's personal preference, but I believe shaving "down there" to be the biggest leap forward for social nudism, since the advent of social nudity itself. The practical implications for such advocacy, perhaps go best to the psychology of "shave and show": (or by whatever depilatory means are applied), i.e., when someone actually goes to that trouble, it is probably not too big a stretch to surmise, that they are more inclined to show. When I review historical archives of photographs of fellow nudists, I mentally sort them into two groups: modern nudists, (shaved) and vintage nudists, (hirsute). Just sayin'.
HeySonny, yes it's definitely something people ask about often or at least think about. I think it's personal preference, and you still see it both ways in the nudist setting, though it's obvious that shaved seems to be much more popular these days. But I saw an article not long ago saying the natural look might be coming back in style! Ha! I don't think it is. I don't know if I would call the current trend a big "leap forward" for nudism, but if it helps people feel more comfortable and happy with their body, then it's a good thing!
Hi Sonny, My wife shaves which got me to start although I tried it I was in high school before. I my wife lives in India and I started to do it regularly last year when i was last with her. I told her two months ago that I am still doing it and she said it makes her feel clean or sanitary.
The shaving and orgy questions are the most common I personally get. For shaving there really isn't a trend I see. It's been fairly even split unshaved or shaved. Simply, I look at it as being as much about personal preference as hairstyle. Shaved, unshaved or some custom design/color I've seen it all and it's just another expression of who the person is. Personally I shave every couple of months simply for hygiene/health reasons. It's easier to keep clean short and if it grows too long I'm prone to friction rash. I don't think of nudism/naturism as any more a social thing than when dressed. It's simply about being able to be yourself and comfortable with who your are.
This production would benefit from using better composition. There is a good reason why the "rule of thirds" exists. I suggest if you want to center everything, then go for the close up of the face.
Questions could have been asked with more smirking and ridicule unfortunately. I think I'd rather hang out with only nudists anyway (and I do)
Loved it. But you left out, "But there are other ways to feel FREEEEEE!" and anything Bill O'Reilly already said. Define orgies. . .LOL
Great to show how the textiles are toward the nudists since I have not gotten to try nudity with full fledged nudists. Nice that my wife let be in the living room naked though.
Hey Bill, Well I hope you get to hang out with some other nudists soon! It's nice that your wife lets you be naked in the living room hahah. It's all about acceptance :)
That's true. Instead of asking to a nudist person : "Why are you Naked?"; A person should ask him/herself "Why am I not Naked?" Before criticize, Try
I can say so much more in defense of nudism that would make textiles look like brain dead zombies. Can I publish such a video on this site? Believe me, you will want to see this!
As much as I want to agree with you, treating anti-nudists like brain dead zombies is counter-productive and a bit arrogant. There are real issues but we're too busy arguing with the morons. Sometimes we have to understand the other side if we are going to help them understand us.
Hello, what you say is on point, and very interesting. I hope I may speak with you at length, and sometime soon. Bobby