Eve on a beautiful Spring day last year. Nature’s Hideaway Family Nudist Resort is ready for a new Spring in 2013.
One our favorite family-friendly nudist resorts was Kan-Tan Nudist Club near Burlington, Ks. We used to visit there until the owner died. As a result, the club closed as the kids, also nudists, had to work which left no time to keep the club open. Too bad, as the club had many young people, including young couples, marrieds and lots of kids. We still miss Kan-Tan Nudist Club.
Don & Dee
Joanne was a recent visitor to Nature’s Hideaway Nudist Resort. Joanne is a 23-YO graduate student at Oklahoma State University, and she tells us she has always been a dedicated nudist. She says she found us on the internet. She gave us this photo of her browsing the books where she studies late in the library. Joanne says she is always nude in her apartment, and even studies nude in the library when everyone else is gone. She says she has been caught nude at her library desk a couple of times, but it has always been simply laughed off. Joanne says she is ashamed of her tan lines, but that there are limited opportunities to be nude at the local pools. She was able to add to her tan at Nature’s Hideaway Nudist Resort, where she says she can barely wait to return.
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Young Women and Nudism
It is surprising to us at Nature’s Hideaway Nudist Resort how many apparently young women are writing or calling us with a strong interest in and many questions about nudism. Of course we get questions from men as well, but there seems to be an increased interest coming from young women. Some young women tell us stories about their first experiences with being seen nude or being caught nude by accident, and some tell us of their first experience with mixed nudity. Many times women express a strong interest in nudism, but repeat the some old anxieties with regard to their bodies and how they appear in the nude, and how society in general reacts to nudity. And we hear concerns and questions regarding how nudism and sex are related to family friendly nudism. We’ve heard funny stories from women telling us how they might drive while nude, or other stories of doing other unexpected things while they are nude. One young lady told of how she decided at a very young age that she was happier and much more comfortable in the nude; and how she argued with her parents because she never wore clothes at home. She said that at that time she had never heard about a nudist, so she had no idea that she might be one. She said that she never felt any shyness about being nude, even during those awkward teenage years. She told of how she became a high school beauty queen, but that her title was taken away when her school learned of her love for always being nude at home. Many other stories from women expressed their feelings about how women feel about their safety, and that they would feel better about going topless or nude if they could feel safe while doing so. But are women interested in nudism? You bet they are!!!
There is a new movement by some women’s groups in America to establish the right for women to go topless anywhere or any time it is allowed for men. Already states like New York and cities such as San Francisco have legalized women being topless (NY) or being totally nude (SF). For the life of us, we cannot understand a society that has defined women’s breasts as being obscene, even while doing one of the most natural things a woman can do…breast feed her child.
In a world where many taboos and stigmas are being struck down, however, we are seeing evidence that young people, and especially younger women, are becoming more interested in the right to be comfortable and to be nude. It seems that a few people have adopted the idea that the human body is shameful, and they have imposed their shame-beliefs upon the rest of society. But young people are learning that it is natural, fun and emotionally and physically healthy to be nude, and that if there is shame associated with being nude, it is only in a shameful mind. Our Maker did not impose shame on humans regarding their bodies, only humans did that. We believe that young people including young women are rightfully pushing back with their desire to have the right to be topless or nude. Can one be a moral person and be a nudist? Yes of course. In fact, many family-friendly nudist organizations are demanding only proper moral activity from their nudist patrons.
If you’re a young person reading this and have a comment, please email us and let us know how you feel about nudism or being nude in mixed company. Young people can change the world if they have the courage and take the actions necessary to make their desires a reality. Remember, being nude is natural, fun and emotionally and physically healthy. Practice nudism for thirty days (whenever possible) and you will have given yourself a gift that will bring joy and pleasure to you and those around you for the rest of your life.
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