Your body is not the best thing about you. Your body is not the worst thing about you. Your body is just a vessel for your amazing being!
Our newest guest blogger, Nick, is writing a series on how he got into naturism. Check out his first story, “Least Likely To Become A Nudist” about being a super-modest 3rd grader.
I am absolutely in love with my body. From every curve to every stretch mark I love every part of my body. I dance naked in the mirror and put on the best show I can possibly give bc at the end of the day I deserve to feel as sexy as I want to. I am a US 18 sings Beyonce Grown Woman LOVE YOUR BODY YOU ONLY HAVE ONE
BODY LOVE ♥
Read Felicity’s review of Meadowlark Country House, a clothing optional bed & breakfast in the wine country of Calistoga, California.
"People are perfectly happy to see women as sex objects, but the actual biologic of our bodies is apparently gross and unmentionable."
- Our Bodies, Ourselves.
Amani Terrell, out in Los Angeles, promoting “self esteem at any size.” (Though it hurt my heart a little when she said, “I know I need to lose the weight…”) As always, steer clear of any comments associated with this story.
You can love yourself no matter what your size or shape! Go Amani!
Nudie Lee addresses the question of whether nudism / social nudity will take away from a couple’s sex life.
Think of your body as a squirrel who needs her nuts, acorns and berries.
None are bad for needing care. None are lacking willpower resolve discipline or dedication for needing nourishment.
They just are. They just do.
Think of your hunger pains as clues into a primal, vital need.
A need you can answer. A need you can provide.
Think of exhaustion as a sign to slow down, to check in to get curious to explore how rest feels.
Think of not being able to mimic that yoga pose that ab routine, that lunge not as a failure a weakness or a lack but as an opportunity to see what really feels good to try something new to experiment to take a deep breath and stretch.
Think of the tension settling in your bones as an invitation to explore ease.
Think of any supposed limitations any supposed flaws as potential lessons waiting to be plucked as stories awaiting revision.
Think of whatever need your body currently has not as a burden but as an opportunity to listen, to judge less and to learn more.