Typology Part 2 - Naturism

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Re: Typology Part 2 - Naturism

Postby Petros » Thu Jul 13, 2017 7:20 am

Sounds a bit Hawaiian. Where did my dictionary get to?
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Re: Typology Part 2 - Naturism

Postby jochanaan » Tue Nov 14, 2017 6:06 pm

natman wrote:
Bare_Truth wrote:I find my type to be.
A: Most physically comfortable nude
1: Emotionally comfortable nude
i: Sees practical or theoretical arguments for nudity
a: Glad to see others nude
I: Argues for nudity


Same here.

I guess we are Aoneia-Ones. (A-1-i-a-I). :mrgreen:
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Re: Typology Part 2 - Naturism

Postby webmeister » Wed Nov 15, 2017 9:54 am

A-1-i-a-II A few variables involved but as close as I can tell :lol:
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Re: Typology Part 2 - Naturism

Postby balaam » Thu Dec 07, 2017 12:34 pm

Assume neutral weather:

Well that would make this purely theoretical.

But what about on cold days, would you rather be outside weariing as little as is practical (this can be a substantial amount in sub-zero temperature) or indoors warm and naked?

I'd rather be outdoors and clothed. How about you.
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Re: Typology Part 2 - Naturism

Postby Jim » Fri Dec 08, 2017 7:01 am

balaam wrote:But what about on cold days, would you rather be outside wearing as little as is practical (this can be a substantial amount in sub-zero temperature) or indoors warm and naked?

I'd rather be outdoors and clothed. How about you.

Best for me would be some of each.
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Re: Typology Part 2 - Naturism

Postby Petros » Fri Dec 08, 2017 8:06 am

Where we live, where we were living - most winter days I do not go out for pleasure - though the necessary dog walking can be pleasant.
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Re: Typology Part 2 - Naturism

Postby Ramblinman » Fri Dec 08, 2017 4:59 pm

balaam wrote:Assume neutral weather:

Well that would make this purely theoretical.

But what about on cold days, would you rather be outside weariing as little as is practical (this can be a substantial amount in sub-zero temperature) or indoors warm and naked?

I'd rather be outdoors and clothed. How about you.

On moderately cold days, the mornings are often mild enough (mid-50's) that I can make a quick dash out to the garden to add the kitchen scraps to the compost, check on winter vegetables and come back in to warm up. And if it warms into the 60's, I am content to wear nothing but shoes as I venture beyond the trails, being mindful of the greater visibility with leaves gone for the season. As long as the air is calm and I am keeping active, I can stay outside quite a while. Shoes and a warm cap can extend your temperature range quite a bit. Granted, it is not total nudity, but pretty close.

Today, however is snowy and temperatures close to freezing (unprecedented cold snap for so early in the season). I suppose that if I fortify myself in the sauna, I could dash into the snow, maybe even a quick roll in it, to enjoy the sensation of snowflakes and brisk air before going back inside to add a few more logs to the stove.

I can imagine following the sun south to southern Florida every winter, but am not quite free enough with calendar to do that. Someday!
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Re: Typology Part 2 - Naturism

Postby dv8 » Sun Dec 10, 2017 8:12 pm

I'm with Jim - some of both! I enjoy all weather - being from northern Minnesota has taught me to find joy where I can, even in the dead of winter. My nude snow-angels are calculated moments - knowing I can get out into the snow and then back to warmth in short order. And I encourage that kind of behavior! However, to find extended contentment out of doors, dressing fully makes sense. And there are a lot of winter activities I delight in - snow sports and such, but even taking a walk on a brisk winter day can be marvelous. But I also really enjoy hunkering down inside when the weather is nasty - and nude is best, always - even if under a blanket.
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Re: Typology Part 2 - Naturism

Postby balaam » Mon Dec 11, 2017 5:42 pm

dv8 wrote:My nude snow-angels are calculated moments -
After the sauna and before the shower :)
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Re: Typology Part 2 - Naturism

Postby dv8 » Mon Dec 11, 2017 9:46 pm

Right - a healthy shock to the system! :dance:
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