Nude Family Images Urban Nudist No.28

Nude Family Images Urban Nudist No.28

Nude Family Images Urban Nudist No.28

Title: Nude Family Images Urban Nudist No.28
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Nude Family Images Urban Nudist No.28

Today nudism is in the throes of its most threatening period. Not even in its earliest days, when those who helped to found the organized movement worked in almost cloak-and-dagger secrecy, were there the different and varied kinds of dissonances surrounding the movement. Today’s threats come from both the right and the left; i.e., from the still small voices of narrow conservatism, and from the seminudists in the fashion and show worlds.
Somewhat surprisingly, all forms of nudity are getting a thorough airing in the press and in other forms of mass communication media these days. Professional people, too, have either ventured opinions or have taken the time and gone to the expense to survey (in depth, in some cases) the phenomenon of nude existence. Apparently, the time has arrived for an “open forum” on nudism. The question is whether all of this publicity is favorable or unfavorable to nudism’s ultimate aims.
Dr. Joyce Brothers, for example, who is a psychologist and a former TV contest winner, avers, in her syndicated newspaper column, that all of the reasons nudists offer to justify their way of life are nonsense. On the opposite side of the table is Dr. Martin Weinberg, a Midwest psychiatrist, who writes that nudism appears to have weathered its storms and that it now seems to have an established place in our social structure. West Coast psychologist, poll taker, educator, and writer, Dr. William Hartman, not only echoes Weinberg’s opinions; he appears to extend them. In his survey (which will form the basis for a book on the subject—due for release in 1968) he states, among other things, that nudism makes for better people-to-people relationships and, therefore, for better marital conditions, for better adjusted children, and for a host of other good things in life.
URBAN NUDIST, well known as one of adult nudism’s most vital voices, opens its pages to readers as a forum on the subject of the future of nudism. In this issue, reporter Richard L. Sargent gives most of the highlights on the Dr. Hartman story. Also contained in these pages is an opposing view—and this from a long-time nudist—in an article that suggests not only the demise of nudism, but that predicts that the end will come—from within!
We are most anxious to hear from you—the people who are most concerned about nudism’s future. Please write to us, making your feelings known. Space permitting, we will endeavor to print every letter. It is entirely possible that your letter to URBAN NUDIST might be the most important letter you will ever write.

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