The Principles Of Just Naturism’s Community

Nudism is not only a way of life but also a method that advocates for the simple act of shedding all clothing. Some often think they don’t have any clothes on, while others may feel more connected to themselves and their surroundings.

Nudism is not only a way of life but also a method that advocates for the simple act of shedding all clothing. Some often think that nudism is about sex, but it is not. Instead, nudists believe in the importance of being natural and uninhibited.

Nudism can be practiced by anyone regardless of age, gender, or sexual orientation. The goal of nudism is to be free from any form of constraint, which includes clothes. Nudists have different reasons for practicing this lifestyle, but they all have one thing in common: they want to live without any form of shame and embrace their bodies as well as others’ bodies.

This isn’t a blog where you will find naked pictures while scrolling (no, not at all) – the keywords are advocacy of nudism and breaking social stigmas so cuddle up with your blanket (or partner of your choice) for this one! 

In this blog we will go over the main principles of our nudist/naturist online community.

Drop the shackles…

We’re about letting go and recognizing that there’s nothing to be ashamed of. Feeling uninhibited and totally comfortable in your skin is a liberating feeling, and not everyone has that, so we aim to give everyone access to feel it with us.

Outdoor Nudist Activity

Outdoor Nudist Activity

Naturism removes body shame and is really fun!

The mainstream nudist movement largely focuses on body-positive causality but often misses the deep psychological benefits of it — Our nudism community is all about embracing everything we are without shame or guilt. We want to help erode the stain surrounding nudism by demystifying what it means and giving people risk-free, positive experiences that show the community as one big family.

Shame and embarrassment have been a component of social media culture since the beginning, and it has a wealth of negative consequences. Today, these negative representations are perpetuated in social media via shared images of sun tans and farm animals. But finally, we see that vanquishing these complaints comes with fighting our society’s inclination to cover up too much of ourselves.

Nude isn’t standard

You don’t have to sacrifice your morals or beliefs to be part of the growing global nudist community – keep it social and be respectful of others. Never show up in your birthday suit unless you want to.

Nudism is not new. It has been around for long years. But it’s only recently that the movement has gained traction in mainstream society, and with that, the growing global nudist community is becoming more diverse and inclusive than ever before.

The nudist lifestyle is a choice – one that doesn’t have to be made at the expense of your morals or beliefs. There are many ways to be part of this community without giving up what you believe in.

Freedom, you can wear

Naturism is an activist approach in practice to live genuine when wearing clothes as well as what’s reserved. It often includes only going nude and being free from societal dress codes.

Naturism is the practice of going without clothes, especially in mixed-gender company. It can be done in different places and situations. There are many benefits of Naturism, such as:

– Naturists are more confident about their bodies

– They feel less shy about their body image

– They feel more comfortable with themselves

– The clothes they wear have less impact on their life

Follow your body, not fashion

The pursuit of happiness is an admirable goal. It is a journey that we all take in our own way, at our own pace, and with our own goals. Many people, however, are held back by the clothes they wear or the shapes that society has created for them to be comfortable in. The truth is that there is no one way to be a nudist. Naturism: A Beginner’s Guide This is a work of fiction. You deserve to feel confident and sexy no matter where you go, so why get caught up with trends and be enslaved by labels? Just Naturism will guide you through your journey with nudism.

Preserve our sacredness for tomorrow

If we spend our entire lives wearing rags, what are we characterized as then? We wear skin proudly with a soul that matches the color of our skin, free of all the conflicting scars that exist. Whose skin am I hurting? It’s up to us.

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Highlight your beautiful skin tone now that is wrapped tight around your best parts. With the right lighting, self-awareness is clear and visible with every click in these pictures!

Just Naturism has been created to help you feel confident and beautiful in your skin. It is a website where you can find a community of like-minded people who enjoy the freedom and confidence that comes from being naked.

Reclaiming your nude body is the first step to feeling good about yourself again. Your body is not just for others; it’s for you too!

Your best foot forward

Around others, online on Social media, or even just being at home naked without feeling ashamed about one’s body is something that nudists make their own choice.

Nudists not only get to enjoy themselves but also lead happier and more fulfilling life than those who live in shame. This can be both because of the feel-good hormones and endorphins from socializing that allow them to be outgoing and more confident, but it seems to transcend just simple psychological benefits.

The secret to nudism improving self-esteem lies in not just the act of being naked but in the act of posting that picture on social media and getting approval from others. There is a sense built up in people that doing something for feedback makes it more authentic. Many like to post or share something vulnerable or unprofessional with strangers out of a desire for acceptance, even if that acceptance is anonymous.

Nudists with a history of shame or self-consciousness are often the ones who see the most improvement in their confidence and self-esteem through participation in clothing-optional activities. In fact, they have found a way to achieve a feeling of inner peace by taking off their clothes because they have learned to place no value judgement on themselves. 

Fifteen participants completed measures of body-image, self-esteem, and life-satisfaction before, immediately after, and one month after participating in a 4-day, nudity-based intervention. Participants reported substantial improvements in all three outcomes that remained one month after the intervention’s completion. Results suggest that nudity-based interventions can meaningfully and enduringly improve body image and related outcomes, even among non-nudists.

Keon West in his article ” A nudity-based intervention to improve body image, self-esteem, and life satisfaction”Jus

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7 thoughts on “The Principles Of Just Naturism’s Community”

  1. johnarnaud30 avatar johnarnaud30 says:

    Hello to you,
    I like to read, I like to write, I write articles in “Blogs” on Justnudism and I notice that few read them but this is not specific to this site, like other things.
    I wonder what you wanted to do by creating this sister site? Is it a clone of justnudism?
    The answer is no. Unfortunately, despite your explanations, your good presentation of the articles, it is not very obvious. All the words you use for “naturism” can be substituted with the word “nudism”. The difference does not appear, is not clear, is not obvious. The worst thing is that you yourself maintain the confusion. I give you an example: you write : « Get Naked here !… Just Naturism is the world’s leading nudists website, where everyone lives the nudist lifestyle at ther peak ».
    You pass from the word naturism to the word nudism permanently, the maintained confusion is total. I am not sure that most of your subscribers will make the difference, will find differences, they will remain on a form of incomprehension.
    Did you want to make a much more moralistic site, more rigorous, more rigorist, which therefore addresses people for whom seeing someone dance naked is an absolute taboo, unbearable, intolerable, in other words, targeting a narrower audience?
    See in my comments only the desire to help you, to support you, to bring you a positive point of view.
    It is a pity that it is not possible to express oneself “anonymously” on the justnudism site, even though there are sections.
    Sincerely and success to this new site.

  2. johnarnaud30 avatar johnarnaud30 says:

    One more thought:
    Some naturists/nudists believe that the perfect world exists, that perfect people exist, that the perfect site exists. In truth, we all have qualities and defects and we live our whole life with them but we like to be flattered and what others think of us is really important and we can’t escape it.
    In fact, if the world was perfect, there would be no more wars and we have to admit that for thousands of years they have never ceased to exist with millions of deaths, dramas, raped women, tortured men, monstrous experiments have been carried out etc. So, the perfect world, the perfect people, the perfect sites you know what I mean.
    You have created two sites: for normal but imperfect people who are subject to what they are. For that you should restore the private visiochat with the visio that disappeared and that would keep inside their bad sexual inclinations and that would not manifest themselves anymore on the main visio part and the problem would be 99% solved.
    The second site: for people who think they are perfect, think that the perfect site can exist. For them the problem is to prevent them from seeing what they do not want to see even furtively. To do this, you need to create a chat room without visiot and also without a private chat room inside. The conclusion is that it is very difficult to satisfy everyone, fortunately the statistics console us a little. Whatever we do, 25% to 30% of people will always be dissatisfied in any environment: associations, companies, sites of this or that etc. Phew!

    1. danielbontomasi avatar danielbontomasi says:

      So glad to have come across your thoughts as I, too, have wondered what the purpose of this sister site is. I’m still not clear but it appears that the newer site is, solely, for paying members? IDK. At any rate, I’m not sure what this accomplishes.

      I once upgraded my membership because I wanted more interaction with the other members on the site. But, I was disappointed because response to many of my personal messages was ridiculously sluggish and some even went unanswered. I upgraded to bronze membership because I wanted to compare this to a free membership but, frankly, it just wasn’t worth it for me. I feel like I just didn’t spend that much time here to warrant upgrading my account. I’ve heard from others who feel the same way. That’s not to say that we’re not willing to be supportive of the site, though.

      I don’t mind the restrictions that nonpaying members have on the new site but I honestly think that some are a little extreme. I haven’t been able to view a single photo and I’m not able to comment on posts. But, I’m able to chat (for what that’s worth)! I don’t want to come across as sounding ungrateful because I’m happy to be a member in both sites. I just have to vent.

      One last thing (in regard to the above posted article), I disagree with the paragraph that begins with, “The secret to nudism…” It’s evident that posted photos all get varied responses according to the appeal and gender of the poster. This is, obviously, not the way it should be but it is what it is. Every nudist should be treated equal but that’s not the case whenever a photo is judged by the community. Egos and self esteem can be overinflated or deflated depending on the reactions. Tiny Tim gets no likes but Lovely Lola gets a million likes and comments. I’m taking liberty here (I apologize if I seem crude) but you see my point. In my brief experience with social nudity, everyone is treated fairly and are all on the same level (the way it should be). Every nudist is entitled to experience this freedom regardless of their outer appearance.

      I just hope that both sites will do well here and I appreciate all the hard work it takes to run these sites. Thanks for reading.

  3. johnarnaud30 avatar johnarnaud30 says:

    Nudism and naturism are two equivalent words since they speak about nudity, about the naked life. However the naturist associated the naked life with the attention which he carried to the nature.
    Today one can say that the naturist is dispossessed of it. Indeed the modification of the climate entrained a sharp interest for this one. This difference of approach became a convergence of common climatic concerns for both. The acceptance of the nudity varies according to the countries and the differences can be big, it is so.
    From the day we are born to the day we die, the common value is judgment. Our ease to learn, to understand, the speed with which we do it, our intellectual and physical capacities, our physical appearance, the values we embrace, project on us a whole bunch of pleasant, nasty, envious comments.
    When we land on a nudist/naturist site this whole process continues, some will get more favorable comments than others. To take an example, a photo of a woman or a couple will be visited 100 times more than a photo of a man alone. You should not be disappointed by this, it is like that and the explanation is very complex to detail.
    To live naked is one thing, to accept to be seen naked, filmed, photographed is another, to accept that the others are greedy of the vision of our nudity is still another thing. The freedom that we accept, that we concede that they see us naked with our qualities and our physical defects in a liberated and happy attitude is still a brake to the propagation, to the trivialization of the nudity to spread in the society.
    Nudity is natural but our ability to accept it in all situations depends only on us individually.
    Naked life becomes a leisure time, so let’s take full advantage of it.

  4. LeoPat78 avatar LeoPat78 says:

    Nudity is all about sheading the clothes that project a certain way of living. Poor, Wealthy. Middle class. Stylish.
    Freedom from an image, Freedom from shame. Freedom from guilt.
    Freedom to be true to my humanity.
    In the begining, naked in the woods we are all human.

  5. johnarnaud30 avatar johnarnaud30 says:

    All countries require their inhabitants to live dressed in their everyday life. Clothes protect from the cold, from the heat and allow the individual to be a social marker accompanied by gadgets… watch, ring, necklace etc. And, facing an aggressive person the clothing seems to be a protection. The role of clothing is therefore very important and has been for millennia. To live naked is to question all this and it is perhaps frightening for most people.

  6. Bryn avatar John C says:

    Most people are raised giving the impression that naturism is something rude because of the Victorian Outlook of Great Britain.
    That is probably the reason why it is not more popular in the UK

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