from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The belief in or practice of going nude, especially in secluded, sexually mixed groups for reasons of health.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The belief in, or practice of going nude in social, nonsexualized and frequently mixed-gender groups specifically in cultures where going nude in the social situation is not the norm.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. going without clothes as a social practice
American law guarantees people the freedom to engage in nudism, but that doesn't mean that nudism is a "value" of American law, or that the protection of nudism has "imposed" anything on people who wear clothes, or that the protection of nudism has turned those who think people ought to wear clothes into bigots.
In Spain the nudism is legal, it is only ilegal if you do obscene acts and ther are minors watching
Martin and his supporters argue that nudism is unhealthy, especially for children, unless it occurs in a proper Christian context.
Because to us, our nudism is a part of our religion.
I can't even see the second pic because it is blocked by my work internet content blocker due to "nudism", apparently!
In Mr. Barthel's homeland, nudism had taken root among young people as an expression of physical fitness and harmony with nature.
Our children will grow up to embrace the “natural” life styles of vegetarianism, veganism and nudism not to mention “free love” and a type of cultural hedonism that would embarrass Hugh Hefner.
I must confessed, I was completely unaware that “nudism” was in the “liberal agenda”.
Her parents were well-off, and Kate did attend Bryn Mawr, but dinner-table conversations in the Hepburn household did not re-volve around teas and tennis but, rather, feminism, Marxism, Fabian - ism, even nudism.
Best Narrative Arc: "Achieved confidence through nudism, waitressing ... separately."
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