In a healthy nudist community, practicing non-judgement is essential, accepting people as they are is precious, and staying curious is where the magic happens. In this blog post, we’re sharing an excerpt from AlmostWild.blog. It’s a beautiful reminder of how the practice of nudism is nuanced, and how it can mean different things to different people based on their personal interests and experiences. Aboard our trips, we meet a variety of men from all walks of life. We’ve learned that holding an open, supportive space for deep conversation often yields the most amazing and memorable voyages.
We recently came across this post from a blog titled, “Buying Time: An Exciting Adventure in Early Retirement.” It’s a vulnerable and personal story from a young retiree named Max, who’s made himself a beautiful nude life, alone in the countryside. The post covers his struggle with loneliness, as he has chosen nudism without the support of his friends and community. We occasionally hear these kinds of stories, and that’s why we feel it’s so important to provide a safe space for men to be nude together. If you relate to any of his experiences, let us know in the Comment section.