Sex favorable means recognizing and respecting that everybody is unique in their sexual identity, orientation, and multitude of sexual desires. Sex-positive says it is fine to be hypersexual, and it’s fine to be asexual (ie, no interest in sex).Homosexual, straight, bi, transgender, intersex, polyamorous, monogamous, BDSM, fetishes, kinky sex, vanilla sex. Basically, as long as it’s between consensual adults, it is all A okay.
This means completely refraining from shaming or judging a person because of their sexual activities and preferences. It’s very important to note that the consent facet rules out sex with creatures and kids.(There are disagreements about exactly what constitutes approval, but I’m not going to get into that.)
As nudists and naturists, there is always the need to emphasize that naturism isn’t about sex. That is largely since nudity and sex are so inextricably associated in people’s minds. But we, as an organization, are sex-positive.
Our philosophy is a sex positive one. Whatever you do with your sex life is not for us to judge, nor is it any of our company.
We welcome everyone, including swingers, as long as they behave and abide by the rules at events.
(I mention swingers because they have ever been present in the naturist community. Regrettably, nudist clubs sometimes become swinger sex resorts.) We don’t care what they do behind closed doors.
Just do not mistake us for a sex-party swinger group!!!
So naturism isn’t about sex or sexuality. And yet, what we uncover that disturbs everyone else, are the genitals and female breasts (at least in part since they’re considered sexual). In America I’d like to think we have gradually become less prudish about revealing skin as bathing suits went from small one-piece body suits to the teeny bikini.
But genitals and female breasts have continually remained taboo. Do our hang-ups about sex cause our hang-ups about full-frontal nudity? Have a look as of this quotation from an article about sex-positive activist Betty Dodson, where nudity can just as easily replace sex, and it’ll still be true:
“But on the other hand, I must admit, if I think about it carefully, http://nudismphotos.net/?p=169 are collectively hung up about sex nudity. We are embarrassed by it. We conceal it. We stigmatize it and we together support the facade where in public all of US treat it as socially unacceptable.
Nevertheless, http://nudists-young.org/contri/101/ ‘s very much a part of us. We can’t evade it; it’s constantly with us. We can try and suppress it; we can make an effort to hide it, but in the end, it’s going to constantly come back to haunt us.”
Sex Favorable Gender Identity
Is the sex-positive movement great for naturism? In my opinion, absolutely. Maybe in releasing our shame about sex, we may also release that shame about nudity. Or the disgrace aboutour bodies and the genitals we’re constantly striving to conceal.
Be More Body Favorable
Are not some people opposed to attempting naturism because it involves exposing particular parts, rather than because it shows body fat or defects? Because they are more self conscious about their genitals?
If we could grow up knowing that the genitals are beautiful parts of our bodies, we’d be proud, we wouldn’t have shame, we wouldn’t have sexual guilt.
It is worth repeating: Genitals are beautiful parts of our bodies. Yes! For all those sex-positive educators and activists out there, please educate individuals this. The naturists, along with a lot of others, will be forever grateful.
Goodbye body / sexuality / genital shame, hello sex-positive, body-positive world.
What can you consider the sex-positive movement / doctrine? Should nudists adopt it, and can you believe it benefits naturism?
Sex Positive and Body-Positive Strategy and other Body Image Blogsby Felicity Jonesfor -Young Naturists And Naturists America FKK
Labels: body shame, genitals, sex positive, sexuality
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Author of Naturist Website. Co-founder of Naturist Portal. 3rd-generation nudie. Avid reader. Feminist. After I’m not busy eating, I am writing about naturism, censorship, topfree equality, body image and other interesting topics. I like feedback, so plz leave a comment when you’ve got something to say!