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Naked Myths

9 Common Myths about Naturism that are WRONG

July 30, 2020 Nick&Lins Comments 10 comments

For a very long time, naturism was not something people talked about. It was a dark part of society, a secret club, of which many had heard about but few really knew what was really going on behind those high fences of the naturist club. These kinds of places are an excellent food for rumors. It’s human behavior, if we don’t know the very truth about something, our imagination starts playing tricks on us. Add to that the secret ingredient of nudity and the imaginary stories become much more interesting than the truth.


This taboo and the myths linked to it are partly caused by the naturists themselves. Just by acting so secretly about our lifestyle, we give others all the reasons to think that we’re doing something wrong. Something shameful. Something we’re definitely not proud of. Quite ironic, in a way. Because in the world we live in today, the respect, equality, peacefulness, and serenity within naturism are actually things we should be very proud of.


One of the reasons why we started Naked Wanderings, was to show the world what naturism is really about. To break down the fences and open the curtains. Yes, we are naturists. Have a good look at what we do and tell us how conform that is with what you believed before. On the internet, more and more naturists decide to do the same. They become the true face of naturism and help to break down the myths.


If you’ve never tried naturism before, but you’re curious about what it really is, let’s start by explaining why some of the most common myths are totally wrong.

You might end up at a sex club

In the clothed world, we only undress for two reasons: To shower and to have sex. Since it’s quite hard to believe that people would drive for hours to end up in some secluded space just to get a bath, it’s not hard to understand why the myth focuses on that other part: We do so to have sex. As there are many other people involved, it must be the kind of sex that you won’t find in the average bedroom.


It was one of the ideas that shot through our heads as well when we were about to experience our first social nude experience. “What if we end up at a sex party?”. How incredibly awkward would that be? How stupid would we look when we have to explain that this was not what we expected? As in “Dude, you came to a place where people get naked together… what DID you expect?”.

Of course, that didn’t happen. Instead, there were very clear rules against sex in public areas and against scouting for possible sex-partners. It’s one of the foundations of naturism: non-sexual social nudity.

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