|Thank you for your your interest in Niagara Naturists. Niagara Naturists is the only AANR (American Association for Nude Recreation) affiliated club located in Western New York. We are a family oriented group of social nudists. Members of this organization believe in the wholesomeness and natural beauty of the human body.|
We view nudism as
a natural state and believe that nudity is healthy
and acceptable for social interaction. We believe
nudism results in a positive self image and promotes
healthy attitudes towards people as individuals. Our
purpose is to promote social nudism and provide a
safe, comfortable environment where families may
participate in and enjoy nude recreational and
Membership is open to couples, families and single adults who agree with the goals and mission of the club and agree to abide by all club guidelines.
Because Niagara Naturists is a non-landed club and many events are held at the personal residences of its members and as such we have a responsibility to ensure the safety and well being of all members at our events but especially that of our children. We also hold nude events at various locations.
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|Our monthly clothed dinners serve two purposes, one to allow members to keep in touch and share nudist experiences, and two, to meet new prospective members in a clothed environment which allows them to ask questions and get information regarding nude recreation.|
Nudism and health have always been synonymous. The ancient Greeks performed feats of strength and skill during the first Olympics, the earliest documented form of nude recreation. As the colonial era gave way to a free and independent United States of America, "radical thinkers," including Benjamin Franklin, John Quincy Adams and Henry David Thoreau, publicity lauded the benefits in daily naked walks, or as they were called, "air baths." Today's nudists recognize the importance of health as well and appreciate the balance of physical and emotional health benefits that nudism provides.
Being nude is fun, healthy, and good for the soul. It
promotes body acceptance and awareness, age acceptance,
freedom, self-esteem, self-confidence, and celebrates one of
God's greatest creations. Naturally, nudity keeps the body
from the restrictions of clothing, which shift and compress
our bodies, and exposes the body to the air and sun, which
has numerous health benefits. The more aware we are of our
bodies, the more likely we are to keep a healthy and active
lifestyle. But we will also be less judgmental of others who
don't have the stereotypical and hyped "perfect" body.
(Some content is from
Clothes Free International)
Being nude will help a society built around shame that the naked body does not equate to the sexual body. While people are nude in sexual situations, the mere presence of the nude body does not presume a sexual situation. The two can be as mutually exclusive as an apple and an orange. The naturist movement intends to enforce this value and show that the nude human body does not exist solely for sex or bathing, and that wholesomeness can walk hand in hand with nudity.
(Some content is from Clothes Free International)
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