This blog is dedicated to all naturists of color. Our numbers may seem few by comparison, but we are out there.
“There’s a method to the madness… The madness is mine!!!! Muahahahaha!!!!”
An overcast day slowly became a rainy one. It was a refreshing sprinkle, just enough to wash away the dramas of the day while quenching the thirst of the urban flora. In a delapidated factory space with big windows, brick walls and a broken door, she strutted and preened and smiled and got naked.
addictedtodoe-deactivated201403 said: Do you know of anyplace in NYC or near by surrounding areas where I can go and be nude?
As for nudist clubs and beach locations, I found some sites that could help you.
Also, you could find locations by searching Google. For example, search “places to go nude in New York”
nudeathome56 said: I'm an African-American male and would like to try nudism. I admit that I enjoy doing inside housework in the nude in the summertime. Believe me, it gets cold here in good old New England. I definitely would like to see more minorty nudists and often wondered why one doesn't see too many minorities at nudist resorts. I live in Massachusetts and I'm open to meeting minority nudists. Any suggestions.
There are no places, that I know of, where only nude minorities hang out. Best way to meet minority nudists is to introduce yourself to the few nudist you do see at the nudist resorts. Another option, which you have to be brave enough to do, is introduce nudism to your friends. I introduced several of my friends to nudism and sometimes I meet up with them when I go to resorts. That or invite them to a clothing optional gathering at my home or some other location. First, I introduced my closest friends or those that wouldn’t take it the wrong way. Then at a later date, a group of my friends went camping and we ended up going skinny dipping and I introduce them to it that way.
Thank you for your continued existence and inspiration to those of us Africans reclaiming our appreciation of, connection to, and respect for, our sacred bodies, our holistic heritage, our people, our environment, and our world through the traditional practice of naturism. We celebrate our many cultures, our diversity, and unity in love with all of you. Peace and many blessings. Namaste.