How to Practice Nudism? …… Part 2
Part 2…… Practicing Nudism at Home
1. If you don’t live alone, respect the boundaries of the people you live with. Though you may want to frolic in the buff around your three siblings and parents or in front of all of your roommates and their guests, it’s not considerate to practice nudism in front of people who are uncomfortable by it. If you live with people who say they are okay with you being in the buff, such as accepting roommates, then you can be nude any time you like. However, if people like your parents or siblings are really not into it, then you can practice nudism in the comforts of your own room or in other parts of the house when you know no one else will be home.
- Have an honest and frank conversation with the people you live with to gauge their reactions. Of course, it’s important for you to practice your beliefs, but you don’t want to infringe on the freedoms of others, either.
2. If you don’t live alone, talk to the other people in your home about joining you. If you live with people who might be interested in the movement, too, then you can also have a frank conversation about inviting them to join your nudist lifestyle. If they don’t know much about nudism, they may be a little alarmed, at first, but they may feel better once you educate them about the beliefs of the movement and set them straight on what nudism is really about.
- If they don’t want to join you, there’s no sense in pushing it. Nudism is something that people should only do if they are really comfortable with it.
3. Keep yourself out of view of your neighbors. Out of respect for your neighbors, you should try to keep the blinds or shutters down if you’re practicing nudism in your own home. Going out in your yard in the nude is probably also a no-no, unless you live on a secluded farm or in another rural area. You may think that this puts a damper on the fun of being a nudist, but this will help you practice your beliefs in a respectful manner.
- You should also keep a bathrobe handy just in case, if the doorbell rings unexpectedly. You don’t want to give a delivery man or neighbor the wrong impression.
- If you really want to practice nudism in your yard, you might be able to put a fence around the yard to keep neighbours and other passers-by from seeing you. However, this is probably a feasible option only if you live on a street with one-storey houses. You might be able to plant trees or tall bushes around your yard, as well as putting up a fence, if you live in a two-storey house.
4. Do what you normally do — naked. Now, the fun can begin! Once you know you’re alone or that anyone else at home is comfortable with your nudism, and once you’re out of view of the neighbors, you can go about your daily life — in the buff. You can make breakfast, watch television, study for exams, call friends, play with your cat, dance around, or just do whatever else you normally do without having any clothes on. That’s the fun of nudism: doing what you normally do while feeling liberated!
- Of course, you should still shower, wash your hands, and keep things hygienic, whether you’re in the buff or not. It’s important to stay clean and fresh, whether you’re clothed or not.
5. Sleep in the buff. One of the greatest joys of being a nudist is sleeping naked, feeling the cool sheets and mattress against your body when you drift off. Heck, many people who aren’t nudists love sleeping without any clothes on. If you’re committed to practicing nudism, then this can really be your time to shine — especially if you sleep alone or don’t have roommates. Set your home to a nice temperature or open a window, depending on the season, and enjoy feeling free as you drift off.
- If you do live with roommates and don’t want to startle any other people if you take a bathroom trip in the middle of the night, you should hang a bathrobe on your door so you can quickly throw it on if need be.
6. If you’re committed to being in the nude at home, consider moving to a more nudist-friendly location. If you’ve tried to be nudist at home but feel too restricted because of the other people in your home, the judgment of your neighbors, or the general lack of freedom that you feel, then you may be better off moving to a more secluded area either where there are less people to offend, or where you can live with people who share your views.
- Of course, if you’re too young to go out on your own just yet, you may have to wait until you feel responsible enough to go out on your own or just to relocate.