People That Are Open About The Fact
This group is for people that are open to others about the fact they enjoy the nudist way of living. They dont have to actually live in a nudist (or clothing optional) community but they are not ashamed to tell others that they are nudists Let's discuss how you have told your friends and family. Did you come from a nudist family? What was your first time experience like? When you did disclose...
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We recently thought of purchasing a sign informing all who come to our house that we were nudists. While there were many to choose from, the ones whose message started out with the word " Beware " caught our eyes in a negative way. Instead of frightening our friends and neighbors, we want to welcome them into our household, answer any questions they may have about us being nudists and hopefully encourage them to see what the lifestyle has to offer. So we're going to make our own sign that will say " WELCOME " Proud Nudists Household.
Thank you for sharing your well written thoughts about making a sign for visitors to your door. We definitely agree with you that the word "Beware" absolutely gives the visitor to your door the wrong impression about nudism. As true nudists it's our responsibility to be ambassadors of the naturist community to people who are inquisitive. We want to reflect a sense of freedom and purity that not wearing any clothing provides.
You're right , It's a good thing that ppl arriving at our home know that this is a Nudist place/household
and that they're going to encounter Nude people.
I do have for a few years now , some signs at the entrance at the garden at the front door and at the ring bell button,
so that you can't miss this is nudist . And it did make things easier with callers delivery guys and else.
I havent done them myself but took it from usual Nudist signs,
one is the Yellow warning sign saying "Nudist Zone" the other one says " No Clothes allowed Nudist Area " (these are signs that I have printed from the internet and covered with plastic.
It does help and when I do open the door naked ppl are not so surprised ^^
I completely agree.
While there were many to choose from, the ones whose message started out with the word " Beware " caught our eyes in a negative way.The words, "Caution," "Beware," "Warning," and such like are entirely inappropriate.
Those words are used when there is some danger or hazard present. Nudity poses no danger or hazard to anyone. For that reason, those words convey the wrong message.
I've attached an image of the sign on my door.