Do you like to read? Are you a clothes free reader? Have you tried reading clothes free? The options for naturist/nudist themed titles is growing. Our clothes free readers book club would like to recommend these books for your clothes free reading in 2018. They range from fiction to non fiction and history. So go ahead wear less and read more. Be sure to join us for upcoming book club chats in our chat room.
Hunger drove her from home. Invasion from his. They are the last Ilmar, naked savages . . . Heroes. Discover a world with two moons and one Sea, where night and day can last forever and magic is inseparable from science. Journey to a place where cities wage wars for eons, religions are founded by ti...More info →
Earth. The future. Researchers have discovered how to detect fluctuations in time and found that there is the possibility for alternate realities. Complicated calculations, big laboratories and big interests are at stake. A group of researchers is dedicated to pursuing the biggest experiment in thei...More info →
People have been getting naked in public for reasons other than sex for centuries. But as novelist and narrative journalist Mark Haskell Smith shows in Naked at Lunch, being a nudist is more complicated than simply dropping trou. Nonsexual social nudism,” as it’s called, rose to prominence in ...More info →
If you can imagine the audacity of wearing nothing but a smile - while planting a patio garden; if rummaging through an overstuffed wardrobe for something to wear, wears you out; if your weekly dry-cleaning bill is higher than the gas bill for your ATV; then this guide to ‘dress-free’ living is ...More info →
When an earthquake strikes the oldest public library in the Americas, a young historian and an art collector begin a quest for ancient, hidden testimonies that lead to a radical new understanding of the human body in the natural landscape. Putting a new spin on legends such as El Dorado and the Fou...More info →
An objective, straightforward explanation of what American nudist culture is really about. Whether a person is just curious about what actually goes on inside nudist clubs and resorts or someone thinking about trying Nudism that needs more information before taking the plunge, the book answers many ...More info →
In 1929, a small group of men and women threw off their clothes and began to exercise in a New York City gymnasium, marking the start of the American nudist movement. While countless Americans had long enjoyed the pleasures of skinny dipping or nude sunbathing, nudists were the first to organize a m...More info →
I have always wanted to try naturism and in August 2012 I got my wish as my terrified wife and excited kids joined me as we went to a naturist resort in southern France for a few days.This book offers a light-hearted look at our first family holiday in five years, when I persuaded them to try naturi...More info →
Naked Poetry: By the Sea and On the Prairies (Volume 1)
This collection of poetry was written in two locations during 2013. The first section of this book contains those poems written in Mexico where I was living with my wife for three months, the typical Canadian snowbird existence which we seem to have adopted since our retirement from full time employ...
This collection of poetry was written in two locations during 2013. The first section of this book contains those poems written in Mexico where I was living with my wife for three months, the typical Canadian snowbird existence which we seem to have adopted since our retirement from full time employment. The second section of the book contains those poems which were written in our home on the Canadian prairies in Saskatchewan. The poems were written while I was skyclad, a term that is as much spiritual as it is physical. Writing poetry is one thing, putting it out there for others to read is something entirely different. In presenting a poem to another person, one becomes vulnerable, exposed to the very core of one’s being. Poetry exposes the inner self, the urgings of the soul, the spirit, and the body. Ego doesn’t have as much say in any of this as it would like to claim. What arises comes from the depths of a personal unconscious, as well as the collective unconscious and the archetypal foundations of the human psyche. The poet becomes exposed and vulnerable through the poems, becomes transparent spiritually and psychologically. The masks of persona have no power with the words put onto paper. There is no hiding of who one is beneath the cultivated and conscious roles that one has carefully constructed over a lifetime. This is as naked as on can get.