Posted on Jul 18, 2012
I’m really interested in a nudist lifestyle and i’m curious on how to tell my parents
It takes time really. If you feel that your parents are open enough to this sort of lifestyle, go ahead, but if not, best keep it a secret as much as u can.
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Luckily mine are both well past caring! Lol! Although my dad took it just fine when I told him I was having a baby without marrying first – so maybe it would’ve been OK.
I just told them.
Just told and explain what naturism is! No problem!
Why do you think you need to tell them in the first place? It’s entirely your business. Now, if you’re still living at home, you’ll still have to abide by their wishes, as it is their home and they pretty much make the rules for behavior under their roof.
This question makes it sound like we are trying to tell them we are doing something wrong. You don’t really become a nudist, just like you don’t really become gay or lesbian. You finally find out some of what was missing in your life to make you a more complete person. The decision is right for you and therefore you tell your parents you are becoming a healthier happier person by seeking out yourself.
I’ve been an active social nudist most of my life and I haven’t told them. I know they’d be understanding because of a cousin we used to visit who was raising his family that way. They completely accepted it and the backchatter away from them was always positive.
I simply don’t need for them to know. They have enough to worry about with regards to our lives.
I definitely wouldn’t phrase as… “I’m thinking about becoming a nudist.” That’s just way too loaded. Because you haven’t commited to this as a lifestyle, yet, why not just have an honest and open conversation about it. You don’t need to “come out” to her. Just sit down and talk about it. Just be like, “Hey mom, what do you think about nudism?” And start the dialogue from there. She might have a very opinion on it, so you might want to come armed with some positive facts about it that you can use in conversation to counter any negativity. If she’s a Christian, there’s actually TONS of stuff in the Bible that support nudity, but it can often be misinterpreted (like many things in the Bible). Here’s a good resource [Naturist-Christians.org].
Despite what I just told you about “coming armed with some counter points” I would only save this tactic for if it turns really negative or nasty and you feel like you need some ground to stand on. Otherwise, I would say go for some open dialogue and go into it expecting the best.
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