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1 He came over to welcome me and proselytize for the benefits of nudism.
2 In fact one of the foundational principles of nudism is "body acceptance" or accepting others for who they are regardless of size, shape or body type.
3 the ministry of the interior calling nudism a threat to the "natural and healthy feelings of our working people", the authorities tried to stamp out FKK in the 1950s.
4 Anarchists also reinforced their propaganda within the arts, some of whom practiced naturism and nudism.
5 Her lyrical style could be described as emotional nudism."
6 Returning to Britain, he found that the climate made him sick, leading him to register with a doctor, Edward A.Gregg, who recommended that he try nudism.
7 Through nudism, Gardner made a number of notable friends, including James Laver (1899–1975), who became the Keeper of Prints and Drawings at the Victoria and Albert Museum, and Cottie Arthur Burland (1905–1983), who was the Curator of the Department of Ethnography at the British Museum.
8 Continuing his interest in nudism, in 1945 he purchased a plot of land in Fouracres, a nudist colony near to the village of Bricket Wood in Hertfordshire that would soon be renamed Five Acres.
9 Naturism promoted an ecological worldview, small ecovillages and most prominently nudism as a way to avoid the artificiality of the industrial mass society of modernity.
10 The Kipsigis had a relaxed attitude to dress codes for children and thus nudism among the uncircumcised youth was common.
11 Therefore, phenomena apparently unrelated to each other such as "Expressionism, Futurism, vitalism, Theosophy, psychoanalysis, nudism, eugenics, utopian town planning and architecture, modern dance, Bolshevism, organic nationalism – and even the cult of self-sacrifice that sustained the hecatomb of the First World War – disclose a common cause and psychological matrix in the fight against (perceived) decadence."
12 Both may also be referred to as nudism.
13 Though the two terms are largely interchangeable, nudism emphasizes the practice of nudity, whereas naturism highlights an attitude favoring harmony with nature and respect for the environment, into which that practice is integrated.
14 Ethical or philosophical nudism has a long history, with many advocates of the benefits of enjoying nature without clothing.
15 Naturism and nudism have the same meaning in the United States, but there is a clear distinction between the two terms in Great Britain.
16 A French-speaking Belgian, Jean Baptiste Luc Planchon (1734–1781), used the term to advocate nudism as a means of improving the hygiène de vie or healthy living.
17 Germany published the first journal of nudism between 1902 and 1932.
18 The wide publication of those papers and others, contributed to an explosive worldwide growth of nudism, in which nudists participated in various social, recreational, and physical fitness activities in the nude.
19 In Finnish culture, nudism is considered to be a relatively normal way to live.
20 The court action that he initiated, established that nudism was legal on private property that was fenced and screened.
21 Some naturist associations have appealed these by-laws on the grounds that a fundamental right (freedom of expression, as they understand nudism to be self-expression) cannot be regulated with such a mechanism.
22 Nudism in Spain is normally practised by the seaside, on beaches or small coves with a tradition of naturism.
23 In Canada, individuals around the country became interested in nudism, skinny-dipping, and physical culture in the early part of the 20th century.
24 A few years later, the wave of post-war immigration brought many Europeans with their own extensive experience, and they not only swelled the ranks of membership, but often formed their own clubs, helping to expand nudism from coast to coast.
25 A "free beach" and unofficially nudist for more than 50 years, this beach is reputed to be the best place for nudism in the country.
26 The numerous nude sunbathers, and the long tradition, make it safe for nudism and naturism.
27 Nudism venues were teetotal until 1970.
28 Arnd Krüger compared nudists in Germany and the United States and came to the conclusion that in Germany the racial aspects (Zuchtwahl) were important for the breakthrough (e.g. the Commanding General of the Army served as patron for nudists events), while in the U.S. nudism was far more commercial and had thus more difficulties.
29 In 2009, a campaign to promote Nudism in the United States occurred with an effort by AANR to record the largest simultaneous Skinny Dip at several U.S. Clubs and beaches, occurring on July 11 of that year.
30 Nudism was successfully introduced in 2012 by The Thailand Naturist Association in Pattaya (Chan Resort), and six more nudist resorts have been created all over Thailand.