What is naturism?
So many people associate naturism with sex, only those who have experienced naturist holidays can understand and appreciate all the joy of being naked while staying at a naturist campsite.
We forget our differences, our social classes, our complexes, because at home we do not make judgments.
Respect for oneself, for others and for nature, are the 3 rules of naturism.
Reminder of the definition:
Naturism is a way of life which consists of living in harmony with nature by practicing nudity in common. It is a practice that values freedom, tolerance, respect for oneself, others and the environment.
Naturism has ancient origins, but it developed as a social movement at the end of the 19th century. It has become popular in several European and North American countries, with the creation of clubs and associations dedicated to this practice.
Naturism is not exhibitionism or the search for strong sensations. It is a healthy practice, respectful of nature and each other, and which promotes tolerance towards all body shapes.
Naturist spaces, such as beaches, campsites, resorts and spas, allow naturists to live their way of life without being judged or stigmatized. However, it is important to note that the practice of naturism is subject to rules of respect and civility, to guarantee the comfort and safety of all participants.
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