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This article addresses one of the issues that can cause a bit of embarrassment for men. It is meant to be a bit tongue in cheek so bare with me (pun intended). See I already made a funny one. Okay, okay, I can hear your eyes rolling from here.
Two decades after it closed, there are fewer and fewer members left to share happy memories whenever we recall our special clothing-optional home away from homer in Topanga Canyon, California called Elysium Fields.
Each of us has at least one, and if we are lucky more than one, special place that really allows for total relaxation. A place where you can be one with yourself, where the troubled world no longer exists. Some place close enough to the rest of the world that you can visit easily, yet still an island of sanity.
– Only I Am A Nudist and New AANR Member
If you are reading this while nude, enjoying a beach or a club, or considering nudism, you can thank AANR (American Association for Nude Recreation) for the opportunity.
Let’s start by stating that you made the decision to explore nudism and would like to move from reflection to action. The best decision to make now is to go to the nearest nudist club or resort. You may feel anxious about it. This may be the first-time other people will see you naked. However, here are 7 valid and good reasons to overcome your fear and go spend some time with other nudists.
The following is from a blog written by Danielle Pointdujour on October 30, 2018.
Posted with permission from the BNA.
For more about the Black Naturist Association, please visit: https://www.blacknaturistsassociation.com
There are various ways to reduce stress. You could take prescription tranquilizer drugs, such as anxiolytics, to reduce anxiety. But they can be addictive, and have other undesirable side-effects, as well as expense. Alcohol works too, but certainly has its own problems. Some other recreational drugs also work – but they’re mostly illegal. And if the factors causing your stress remain in place, do you really want to rely indefinitely on prescription drugs, alcohol, or illegal drugs for relief?