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"Body shame originates in our minds with our thoughts and perceptions. Neither our religion nor our culture makes us ashamed of our bodies, only our belief that we should be ashamed. Shame comes from our own thoughts which we have the power to change. If we perceive no shame then there is none. No one can make you feel ashamed without your permission."
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Are you a Naked Person?

Are you a Naked Person? — Your comfort with nudity says a lot about who you are.
Alden Wicker on Mar 10, 2011 at The Elephant Journal

The article attempts to categorize personality types and attitudes based on one’s comfort with their body. Supposedly, “naked” people are more outgoing, more adventurous, more gregarious and less judgmental while “not naked” people are more cautious, less outgoing, more anal-retentive and worry about what others think.

If we’re speaking in generalities, then maybe. These traits certainly don’t apply across the board. I’m quite comfortable with nudity which I guess makes me a naked person but I’m not particularly outgoing or adventurous. Maybe I’m an exception.

However, I completely agree that naked people approach life differently. That’s one of the best things about being a naked person.

7 comments to Are you a Naked Person?

  • Alan

    I am definatly a naked person. I am not sure how true these judgements are but they seem to fit me for the most part. I am just glad to see something positive coming our way in the media. I posted a link to it on my facebook account.

  • Mozette

    I have found that the older I get the more I’m leaning toward the naked person. My folks are very reserved kind of people; and think to show their naked form isn’t right. However, I’m not worried about how I look as I’m very comfortable about my body.

  • JD

    I am definitely a naked person. But I agree that generalizations are not usually correct. I am not particularly outgoing and I am not too adventurous. I just enjoy being naked (or, more particularly, I don’t like being clothed). I agree that most people, when naked, are more open and less judgemental but, again, that may just be me. I certainly have noticed that, when at a nude beach, more people come up and start a conversation versus at a textile beach, however.

  • Mia

    People always want to put labels on each other. But when you’re naked there’s no room for labels.

  • Allen

    Definitely a naked person here. Just wish there were more occasion for being naked with other naked people … But the sky has cleared today, so it’s time to get off line and go to place where I can be my clothes-free naked self — a not particularly gregarious self, a not particularly in shape self. I’ll spend my time between reading and walking. And I’ll definitely be my naked self.

    Allen

  • NH

    I’m very proud to be a naked person.I’ve met many nudists who are the friendliest,most highly sociable people I’ve ever met.It’s my opinion that people who are nudists are far less judgemental and not nearly as ego driven as those in textiled society.I much prefer that people will focus on my smile and my personality and not my clothes because I do not wear clothes.

  • I could not agree with you more! Well said. My BEST friends are my nudist friends and clearly it’s because we are open with one another. Our friendships are built on acceptance, understanding and compassion. Just happens we don’t trap ourselves in textiles. I enjoy your blog. Keep up the good work.

    Neil

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