Bare practitioners, whether they think of themselves as a naturist or a nudist, have no sense of guilt or shame over the human body. It is simply our natural selves that we prefer not to conceal or hide with clothing. We are completely comfortable and relaxed being just who we really are. We reject the concept that nudity is obscene or offensive. We are all the same underneath our garments. Who authorized anyone to determine differently?
We all have different “types” of bodies. Some of us may be shorter than others and some of us may be taller than others. Some may be thinner and some may be heavier. However, we are all identical with the exception that we either belong to one of two genders, male or female, man or woman, boy or girl.
The overwhelming majority of us accept ourselves as we are. We all realize that none of us have the perfect physical body. We simply accept what we have and strive to make it as functional and as healthy as possible. Even the bodies that we may perceive as being perfect are rarely if ever considered that way by those who they belong to.
What is of more importance than having a superlative body is the overall acceptance of our body and all of the imperfections entailed by each of us. Physical shortcomings may not make any of us proud, but all of us should accept the realities that make us unique and different. Our “specialty” is ourselves – we all should “own” this trait with confidence and appreciate our individuality.
There are adjustments and routines that many of us can undertake to improve our physical selves. All of us understand that limitations exist and we simply make the most effort in striving to be the best that we can be. It is important that not only do we attempt to develop our physical appearance but that we should also work equally to enhance our mental abilities. No matter how much progress we make trying to improve our muscular tone, it all can be for nothing once others encounter our attitude. Too often the outlook that we share with others devastate us in their eyes.
The gentleman who is gracing this post here on ReNude Pride is allowing all of us the pleasure of observing him in his natural appearance and demonstrating the many areas of his body that he has physically enhanced. His facial expression has remained neutral in every pose that is featured. Neither arrogance nor superiority has interfered his expression nor his actions.
Being ourselves and posing bare, our natural selves, should not be a cause for any concern, disgrace, embarrassment or shame for any of us. Being proud of who we are, both mentally and physically, enables us to make this world a better place for us and bare practitioners everywhere!