So just what sort of people become nudists?
Quite simply, ordinary people, like you and me. Shop workers and bus drivers. Doctors and housewives. Builders and ballet dancers. All shapes, sizes and ages. People from all walks of life and from all over the world, but with one thing in common — the refusal to accept anything less than the best when it comes to their physical, mental and emotional well-being.
Despite popular misconceptions, most nudists aren’t cranks, perverts, dreamy intellectuals or militant “greens” (although a respect for the environment is central to most nudist’s personal philosophy). Far from it. They are normal, busy people who take a full an active part in the world.
But they are different in some very important respects.
- Nudists aren’t afraid to try new ideas, and they make their own judgments, regardless of conventional thinking.
- Nudists demand a healthy, well-balanced lifestyle. In the beautiful simplicity of naturism they’ve discovered a totally fresh approach to life that provides a far better antidote to the pressure of modern living than any amount of pills, potions or drugs.
- Nudists are true individuals, not content to be just one of the herd.
- Nudists demand the best, and refuse to settle for less just because “they” don’t approve. Nudists make up their own minds.
- Nudists are open to new ideas and fresh experiences.
If this sounds like you, then whatever your shape, age, colour or social status, whether you’re married or single, male or female, YOU are just the sort of person who becomes a nudist!