Beautiful Naked Women – Naturist Women and Natural Nude Beauty

| September 11, 2012 | 27 Comments

Beautiful Naked Women, Natural Nude Beauty and Naturist Women vs Mother Nature

Beautiful Naked Women – Everyone is blogging these days, so I decided to join the trend and offer you my thoughts on a subject that is dear to me: naturist women. (I sign it as Anonymous because I don’t want to lose any of my naturist women friends…!)

(Guest Blog By: Anon)

Dear Naturist Women:

I wish you’d leave nature alone.

Mother Nature is such an amazing artist! Each human body is in balance in terms of size, shape and color. No two women’s bodies are the same, but each is beautiful and is exactly what it is supposed to be – when it is left alone (!). Change just one thing, and the whole doesn’t work.

It’s about the whole look being in balance. If you wear clothes with bright, powerful colors, you might compensate by using pronounced make-up or your face will be lost. But look what happens when a naked woman wears make-up: her face looks plastic, phony, and the rest of her body looks washed out. It just looks wrong.

Dear Made-up Naked Woman, please wash your face so your appearance will be in balance. You’ll look better that way.

The same applies to hair. Some tinting is going to happen, but please approximate Mother Nature’s schedule and palette.

A natural, naked older woman is beautiful, but she’s unbalanced if her hair tries to look twenty-five.

You Are Naturally Beautiful!

You Are Naturally Beautiful!

And, at any age, there’s the matter of over-all color balance: there’s the woman whose skin tone tells you that she didn’t used to be the red-head she is now, and there’s the darker-skinned “blonde”.

It doesn’t work. They’re unbalanced. They’re not as beautiful as they were meant to be.

Beautiful Naked Women

Beautiful Naked Women – Natural Naturist Women

About pubes: Pictures from nudist magazines of past years show women with pubic hair. More recent pictures show most of the women shaved, and the visual balance with the rest of the body is upset. OK – if you wear a bikini sometimes, it makes sense to trim around it.

But please don’t over-do it. Please leave enough to look natural. Do you think pubes are ugly? I don’t, and I think Barbie is boring.

Now for jewelry and tattoos. (This is a biggie.) I have never seen a naked body part (or a whole naked woman) that looked better because of a piece of jewelry or a tattoo. I understand the appeal of body decoration. It can be fun. The piece of jewelry or the tattoo can be unusual and interesting. It can be pretty. It can make a statement. It can qualify you as a member of a group. I get all that.

bare to bush interview naturist living show pubic hair body image

Pubic Hair Image From The Bare to Bush Interview

If that’s what you want, go for it – I don’t expect you to care what I prefer to see. But be aware that that tattoo or that piece of jewelry draws attention only to itself – and by drawing attention to itself it unbalances the way Nature intended you to be seen.

You might want to make sure that you look different from everyone else, but you needn’t do anything for that – you are beautifully different anyway.

Body Positive Pubic Hair Art YNA

Body Positive Pubic Hair Naturial Beauty Art

You might want the decoration to draw attention away from a different body part that you don’t like, but that just diminishes the whole beautiful you.

I might think, “Oh, she’s gotten a nipple ring” (or a tattoo, or jewelry, anywhere); but I would not think, “Gee, that nipple ring really makes her look great!”. It doesn’t. As parts of your whole body, your nipples really are nicer just as they are.

This treatise lacks gender balance (duh), so please understand that I just don’t care what guys look like. I don’t expect anyone to do anything (or not) based on what I prefer to see, and I don’t necessarily expect anyone to agree with me (although I suspect a good many will). These are just one naturist guy’s opinions.



September 2012

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