It’s not that often I post a pic of myself, but in this case I’m making an important point. As you can see, I am just a normal, young adult with a thin build and obviously an “imperfect” body, as the masses would say. As many of you frequent flyers who’ve been following me throughout my journey in nudism/naturism, you may remember how I’ve brought up my body insecurities growing up. Well now, I don’t really care anymore. I’m proud of the naked body I have, it’s who I am. MY BODY IS SPECIAL. SO IS YOURS.
It’s special because it’s part of the beautiful creation God put on this Earth. When God created Adam, he created him in his own sight. He created Adam special, just as he created the numerous other creatures and plants that roam this Earth. In the same way, he created me. He created all of us people, specially crafted us to perfection.
And yet, in our everyday life, in most cases it’s illegal to be naked in public. And most people out there are afraid or somehow freaked out by the sight of a casually naked person. Or in some way or form, human nudity is exploited somehow, as something comedic or sexual. It just isn’t right. I really don’t see how some people can receive rights, like womens’ rights or black people’s rights or LGBT rights or whatever, but we nudists can’t be who we are. And seriously, if we can show violence or display foul language on television without a problem, then why should the sight of an innocently naked person cause an uproar, and why must we blur or block out our natural body parts?
Overall, we nudists are just normal people like everybody else–each with our own personality and charm, and each with interests, thoughts, opinions and dreams. The only difference, we’re comfortable in the creations we are. We should not have to hide the natural creation God made of us, that’s the work of “the bad man” and the word of the world that tell us that our natural creation is wrong or taboo. We are awesome creations, just like the trees or animals that equally roam this world, and we should be able to be who we are. Especially here in the USA–not that long ago, one of my nudist followers wrote a blog post about his frustrations about Americans not being able to be naked in public (not to name any names), and I’m gonna back him up. It really is time to wake up, America, if being nude isn’t causing any harm then we should be able to live naked, if we so choose. Not saying everybody has to, but if you wish to be naked then you should have the right to be who you really are. We should have the freedom to live in the creation we are and not have to get rejected or sneered upon just because the rest of society doesn’t appreciate their natural creation and hides it by the confines of clothes.
Just think about it–we are a great creation. God would not have made us this way if he wasn’t proud of his creation and if he didn’t want us to be who we really are.
So in the end, friends, my body is special. Your body is special. They all are, and we all should really take in and appreciate the awesome creations we really are, because THEY ARE ALL SPECIAL. No matter your weight, or if you’re not fit enough, or big or small enough, or man or woman, all of God’s creations are great, just as we are.
Hope you have a great day, friends. ‘Til next time, stay bare and stay proud, #TeamClothingOptional.