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"Nudity is our ideal state, our pure state, our natural state, our default state. Clothing is always a deviation from the default and is, therefore, a compromise and an aberration.."



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Rick Romig
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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."

Shower Thought

From my personal journal:

I don’t have to tell my gentle readers how much I enjoy taking a shower. I’m sure many don’t really appreciate their time in the shower; they only see it as a necessity for the utilitarian task of getting clean. They probably don’t take the time to enjoy the sensation of the water droplets massaging their bare skin. They probably don’t take the time to relish the fact that every part of their body is exposed to the air and given a chance to breathe, even if only for five or ten minutes. Our skin is one continuous organ and it all needs to be exposed to air and light. Yes, I enjoy and relish my showers and afterward I am reluctant to cover my clean and natural state with clothing that blocks the air and light while restricting circulation and movement. Alas, I live in a society that has been a war with nature, particularly its own nature, for countless generations. I beseech you, isn’t it about time we broke the cycle and stopped fighting this war against ourselves?


2 comments to Shower Thought

  • I always enjoy my shower. I love feeling the warm water cascading over my body. It’s also a great time of nude solitude, a chance to relax and let the water wash my cares away, even if only for a few minutes. After I step out of the shower I appreciate the texture of the towel across my bare skin as I dry off every inch of my body, every nook and cranny, and enjoy my natural state for as long as I can. I’m never in a hurry to return to the aberrant state of being clothed. Clothes are not natural, they are individual prisons holding our bodies as POWs in humanity’s war against nature.

  • From today’s journal:

    When I finished [my workout] I just walked straight across the hallway and took my shower since I could see no overriding reason to cover myself. I don’t have to remind my gentle readers of the joys of taking a shower or the pleasure of luxuriating in the buff whilst drying off naturally. Oh, what we’ve lost as a result of of our war on our humanity. We are truly the casualties of that conflict. Yet, despite our losses, we carry on, completely unaware that we, ourselves, are the vanquished.