Obviously, everybody has different comfort levels and I can not really make a statement to understand what’s best for people, but I Have never heard anything bad come from a man who has tried out being nude. I do not believe it tends to make anybody feel worse about their bodies if they’re coming from a place of already feeling lousy.

It’s much like a lot of questions I get from folks where they tell me how amazing I am and how brave and how there’s no way they could do that I do. And my response is an honest, confounded, “Why not?!”Anyone can do what I do. Anyone can get naked.
Anyone can discuss it. Go to a nude beach, post an image of their body hair online, make a blog post about how challenging their span is. People judge themselves so severely and are so afraid of what everybody else will believe, but we have only got one shot at life and I believe it’s so vital that you simply do what it is you want to do because you don’t get another opportunity. Eventually, we’ll all perish and no one will remember if we did that one thing that one time and one man made a snide remark. That’s not what is going to matter.
So I figure in a short reply:the best means to get over things is by only doing them.
I could not agree more! Thank you so much for taking time out of your busy day to speak with us.
BtoB: It was my delight, thanks so much for having me! They could take a look at my web site that is http://www.baretobush.com or follow the tumblr blog which is baretobush.tumblr.com. That are available at baretobush[at]gmail[dot]com
Thank you!
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Christian Blogger Mom’s Pleas to Teen Girls about Naked Selfies
By: Erik Jacobsen
Christian Blogger Mom, Mrs. Hall, Naked Selfies and Adolescent Girl Selfies
In a blog post written a couple of days past by Kimberly Hall who is the Manager of Women’s Ministry at All Saints Presbyterian Church in Austin, Texas teenaged girls are guided to prevent posting provocative naked selfies on their social media accounts.
Few parents myself included will disagree with Ms. Hall’s fundamental message about the need to handle our children’s existence on social media. My own daughters are likely about four to five years away from being permitted to sign up these services, but I have already given a good deal of idea about how I intend to keep an eye on them.
Naked Selfies
The issue with Ms. Hall’s piece, however, is that she focuses only on the behaviour of girls while completely disregarding how her sons should act.
According to one of Ms. Hall’s answers to those who’ve remarked on the piece, she’s received over 3,000 responses that she’s working her way through a number which is much higher than the 15-20 answers that she normally receives.
I took the time to put together a somewhat-long but polite reply, which I’ve reproduced below.
I have written previously on the topic of introducing teenagers to nudism and nudism (see http://www.thoun.com/latest-updates/ : Teenage Naturists ) and the challenges inherent in undertaking such educational efforts. I believe it is useful that we remind ourselves from time to time about just the challenges we are up against.
Young people eventually become adults, and have a tendency to carry with them the social norms and practices they learn in http://wwwthoun.com/most-popular/ .
Christian Blogger Mom’s Lads At The Seashore
One last note if there are any Christian naturists among you, please take time to leave a response in the remarks section of Ms. Hall’s site post. I do not know if she’ll publish all of the opinions, but I believe it’d be worth alerting her to the existence of Christian nudists. As I ‘m not a Christian, I did not mention it in my opinion. You can also email her at khall[at]allsaintsaustin[dot]org, which is her address at the church.
What follows is my reply to her:
Dear Mrs. Hall: