Part 3: Nudism as a Family

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Be aware of the debate surrounding practicing nudism as a family. You may want to practice nudism as a family because you want you, your spouse, and your children to feel free and at peace with your own bodies. This is a great motive, but before you embark on this journey, you should be aware that there are some dissenters out there who think that it may be unethical to raise your children as nudists — some even go as far as to call it sexual abuse. At the end of the day, you should decide what’s right for your family while making sure that your children don’t do anything that they aren’t comfortable with.

 

Start by encouraging nudity. If you want your whole family to transition to being nudists, especially if you have young children, then you must play your cards right. You can’t just go from wearing ten layers of clothing to suddenly asking everyone to undress. Instead, you should encourage your family members to wear fewer clothes and even to be nude more, so you get comfortable with each other’s bodies before taking the leap.

 

If your children are nude during bath time, don’t make it a big deal that they’re not wearing clothes.

Nudism As A Family

You can even encourage your kids to spend more time in the nude if they are comfortable doing so after play time.

Of course, once you start doing this, you must make it clear that this is what your dynamics will be like, but not what the outside world expects. Let your kids see that being nude at home is acceptable while it may not be in the world at large.

 

Teach your family to feel confident. If you want to practice nudism as a family, then you must make people feel confident in who they are and how they look. Make them feel beautiful, don’t laugh at their bodies, and give them compliments to make them feel like they are wonderful people both inside and out. Though nudism is not sexual and it’s not about telling your husband he looks great naked, you should encourage people to be who they are without apology.

 

Just maintaining a positive environment in your household can go a long way in encoring your family members to be in the buff. Though healthy criticism is a good thing, you should focus on being more positive than negative and encourage your family members to grow spiritually and creatively.

 

Make nudism feel natural. Another thing you can do is to make nudism feel like the norm when it comes to your home. If people aren’t wearing clothes, don’t make a comment about it or talk about how great it is to take some clothes off, but just treat it as a matter of fact. This will stop your family members from feeling self-conscious and it will make them feel like this is the most “normal” thing that they can do.

 

If you and your family members are all sitting around nude at the dinner table, treat it as a totally normal thing instead of saying how nice it is that you’re all nude together. If something is natural, then there’s no need to call attention to it.

 

Make nudism a convenience. You can show your family that nudism is not only natural, but it’s convenient. You don’t have to struggle with something to wear around the house all the time. You don’t have to go shopping for a million new sets of clothes and can make do with what you must go outside. If it’s a hot day, you don’t have to turn the temperature down to zero degrees because you’ll naturally feel cooler because you’re in the buff.

 

Do it as a family. Strength in numbers can help you practice nudity as a family without worry or trouble. If all of you are comfortable with it and doing it together in your home, you will strengthen your bond because of your love for the freedom that nudity brings. Of course, you should make your children feel comfortable enough to say that they don’t approve or that they don’t want to adhere to this lifestyle; you should respect their needs and beliefs and avoid ever forcing your beliefs on them.

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