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In naturist parlance, textile or textilist is a non-naturist individual, non-naturist behavior or non-naturist facilities. e.g. the fabric plage starts at the flag, they’re a mixed couple — he is naturist, she’s textile.
Public Nudity Laws What You Should Know is reported to be used interchangeably, but no dictionary definition to this effect exists, nor are there any equal cases of use in mainstream literature such as those for textile. Clothing optional and bare discretionary (US specific) describe a policy or a venue that permits or encourages nudity but tolerates the wearing of clothes. The reverse is clothing compulsory; that’s, forbidding nudity. Adjectival phrases garments free and clothing free prescribe where naturism is allowed in an otherwise textile environment, or define the preferable state of a naturist.
The societal nudity movement contains a big variety of variations including "naturism", "nudism", "Freikrperkultur (FKK)", the "free beach movement" as good as generalized "public properties/public nudity" advocacy. There is a lot of shared history and common subjects, issues and doctrine, but differences between these different movements remain contentious.
See also: labels, associations and language for an extended discussion and disambiguation.
Types of nudism
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Nudism is practised in many ways: Marc Alain Descamps, in his study composed in French, classified the types as: individual nudism, nudism within family, nudism in the wild, social nudism. Furthermore, militant nudism, including campaigning or extreme naturists, is occasionally considered a separate category.
Private and family nudity
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Many people in many cases are naked in the privacy of their house or garden, either alone or with members of the family. There are Joshua Williams Interviews Naked to Bush tumblr blogger about pubic hair on the Naturist Living Show Podcast of opinion as to whether, and if so to what extent, parents should appear naked in front of their children, and whether children should be nude within the residence in the view of their family as well as visitors. This has attracted a great deal of academic study.
Gordon and Schroeder in 1995 reported that parental nudity varies considerably from family to family. They say that "there’s nothing inherently wrong with bathing with kids or otherwise appearing naked in front of them", noting that doing so may provide the opportunity for parents to provide important information. They note that by ages 5 to 6 kids begin to develop a sense of modesty, and recommend to parents wishing to be sensitive to their children’s wishes that they limit such activities from that age onwards.
Barbara Bonner in 1999 cautioned against nudity in the home if kids show sexual play of a sort that is considered debatable.
In a 1995 review of the literature, Paul Okami concluded that there was no reliable evidence linking exposure to parental nudity to any negative effect. Three years later, his team completed an 18-year longitudinal study that showed that, if anything, such exposure was correlated with slight favorable effects, particularly for boys.
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