Naturism is normal: We are ordinary people choosing not to wear clothes when the weather and circumstances are appropriate. Our activities are no different from what most people do in their leisure time. We’re not anti-clothes, we just know they are not always essential. It’s also a lot of fun!
Naturism is not about sex: Naturists are not asexual, but despite what people think, a gathering of naked people doesn’t make for a sexually charged environment. It is also significant that women who do try Naturism are often more passionate about it and it appears that it changes their lives more deeply than their male counterparts. Many women also say that they were introduced to Naturism by a husband or boyfriend and were hesitant, but now can’t imagine life without it and believe it to be good for them and the entire family.
You won't be embarrassed: Once in a naturist place, you soon get used to being surrounded by naked people and forget that you are not wearing clothes. What you look like is irrelevant; it’s all about feeling good for yourself.
Naturism is very popular: Millions of people in the UK and around the world have discovered this wonderful way of life; a national survey by IPSOS-MORI in 2011 discovered that there are 3.7 million naturists in the UK. There are thousands of holiday resorts and other places serving the community. Plenty of people skinny-dip, go topless on beaches and spend time naked at home.
Naturist children are happy, well-adjusted and safe: Children don’t care if they are wearing clothes or not, it’s adults who make them get dressed. They grow up with a better understanding of what will happen to their bodies and enjoy a relaxed, outdoor life. Naturist places tend to have entry requirements and secure gates, making the inside a far safer environment than the outside.
The above text has been taken from the British Naturism Website. https://www.bn.org.uk
A recent study by Dr. Keon West indicates that naturism boosts self-esteem, happiness and life satisfaction.