Naturism philosophy nudist practice and the politics of disagreement

Nu et heureux - Naked and Happy

This article from clothesfree.com, titled Naturism philosophy, nudist practice, and the politics of disagreement, sparks the important topic of unconscious bias that bends our judgement towards our own internal beliefs.

No two people are alike. They both have had different experiences in their childhood and lives that shape their thinking. If you are not aware of this, everything you see, hear and feel is biased by those deeply rooted beliefs.

This forms the overall rich set of experiences of various human beings. Now, when it comes to nudism and particularly social nudity, non-nudists are inherently biased by their own beliefs with or without being really aware. Trying to convince them by simple reasoning is generally useless unless they agree to consider another point of view and for this, they need to agree that their own beliefs bias their judgement.

Accepting our unconscious bias requires a deep sense of differences…

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