Music video filmed at Bare Oaks
Very well made indeed. No useless pixelization. Awesome!
“If we think of pornography as an enemy to be opposed, I think that would be a very difficult battle. In actuality, pornography is another freedom similar in many ways to the nudism we seek to promote. Honestly, aside from the explicit behaviors, the consensual intimate contact, much of what remains could also be described as nudism. So, consent is always important, responsible healthy awareness is encouraged, and sexual preferences and boundaries must be respected also. Are you afraid to discuss these things?”
Truly, social nudity is about fun, joy, enjoyment, acceptance, love of self, love of each other, kindness, heart, and the realization “all the trappings of clothed society” do more to differentiate us from each other than unify (or unite) us. Through simple, totally honest nudity, we are of one planet, one species, flagless, borderless and “clothesless”!
Redefining acceptance and love of freedom.
Maybe we need not be ‘Pro’ or ‘Anti’ anything in life, but in expressing preferences for a specific manner of living, we suggest a benefit may be of value. In Nudism, I perceive a benefit of compassion, understanding (of unique feelings), simplicity, individuality and non-aggression. Nudism begins with the simplest philosophy of, ‘Anyone can do it. Nothing is required.’ and grows or matures from there, so in a sense it is modeling human life itself. We begin at birth knowing nothing, then grow over years, and the ‘practices’ of Nudism do also. Begin with nothing (no clothes) and learn some behavior, etiquette, traditions and a little history of what others tried already. It is a purposeful pursuit, based upon joy, and also respecting each person’s ability to feel everything if they wish, free from intimidation or any compulsion to comply; because nobody ‘has to be’ a Nudist, but rather, they choose to be. Even though we are born naked and it would seem easy to remain naked, choosing to live undressfully takes effort. Peace takes effort. Love takes effort. Neither is always true or obvious, but rather these develop with a kind of harmony between willpower, desire, planning and conduct.