Month: April 2013

Nudist Spring

Originally posted on Naturist Diary:
Nudist Households You try, but you can’t quite legitimize keeping the thermostat at eighty degrees, so you put off your indoor nudist habit till the warm-side of spring arrives. “Shrinkage” factors shrink and a naked romp through the backyard no longer makes you shrivel like a spooked turtle. Okay, that’s the plus side. But 24/7 home nudism? What about the damask sofa? What about chili night? More importantly, what about the morning after? The truth is, 24/7 home nudism isn’t really practiced by anyone except hardy Germans in rented Majorcan summer houses. For the rest of us, “home nudism” means the state of being naked isn’t restricted to the bed and bath. Hot day? Sunbathe naked in the backyard, or make yourself some ice tea in the kitchen in your altogether. Fry bacon? Bad idea. Our presentation of “Nudist House” (and “Candid Nudity“) celebrates those moments when nudity is an option, particularly when it enhances life’s experiences. Communal nudity at home means everyone is welcome to take advantage of those…

” Naturism is a Great Thing ”

Originally posted on The Naked Truth………:
Once more I find myself telling people that naturism is a great thing and how good it is now that the weather has turned for the better. I have to clarify too what naturism isn’t and why naturists should be respected just like every other member of the human race. I enjoy naturism, I love being naked, it makes me feel alive and most important it makes me feel good about myself. During the past few weeks we’ve managed to go for a couple of naked walks, been to our local club and also been naked at home too. Could I live a naked life ? Yes definitely…. Will I ? Probably not, because so much of society can’t handle seeing a naked body ,even though they’ve got one of their own, which they see at least once, every day of their life. The perception of naturists as odd people is totally wrong, there are more odd people in your own street, there’s probably more odd people in your…

Thyme Lemonade

Originally posted on Naked Vegan Cooking:
Ingredients: 1 1/2 cups sugar, 1 bunch fresh thyme (plus sprigs for garnish), juice of 6 lemons, juice of 2 limes, 6 cups cold water, slices of lime to garnish. In a saucepan, bring the sugar, thyme, and 1 cup water to a boil until the sugar is dissolved. Take off the heat and leave the thyme to infuse for a couple of minutes . Stir in the juices and 6 cups of cold water; strain into a large pitcher. Refrigerate until cold. Follow us on twitter and facebook, and subscribe to our events mailing list. Fancy submitting a guest post? We would be eternally grateful!