This is a 2 minute BBC Midlands News report on Coast & Country naturists visiting the Naked Art Exhibition at the stately Compton Verney House in Warwickshire, England.
Max Pratt, of Fraisthorpe United Naturists FUN, and two fellow naturists speak out for naturist freedom in a clothesminded world.
They highlight clothed society's silly prohibition on the natural human condition, nakedness, whilst at the same time worthying nakedness on the walls of an art gallery.
If naked photos and other naked art, is allowed in an art gallery for all to see, why is the natural human condition frowned upon in day-to-day life?
Naturism is a philosophy of social egalitarianism, without clothes the naked human body is free from the uniforms of social rank; everyone is equal without their clothes.
Moreover, naturism brings mankind closer to Mother Earth, the skin of a naked human body can feel its environment more closely without the blindfolds of clothing.
The dream of naturism, bodyfreedom, seems a wise upward step in shaping society into a more open and caring world, where the naked body is seen as a wonderful creation of Mother Earth and not treated as something worthy of guilt and shame.
What do you think?
Fraisthorpe United Naturists FUN.
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