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Social Networking for Nudists? truenudists.com Has the Answer

October 4, 2011

True Nudists provides an online platform for users to join together and expand their networks. Basic membership is free and allows users to post a profile complete with a bio and pictures. They can also post events and reach out to new people through the site. A location section helps members find clothing-optional resorts around the globe to visit when planning vacations.

(PRWEB) October 04, 2011

We come into the world without clothes, but we’re quickly bundled up and tend to stay wrapped in clothes for the majority of our lives. However, for a growing number of Americans, nudism is becoming an accepted state of being. Clothing-optional pool parties abound, and many states have dedicated resorts for those in the naturist lifestyle. Since 2007, one company, True Nudists, has provided nudists with an online community to build relationships. In 2011, the site has undergone a major overhaul to provide even more services to its more than 100,000 users.

Much like other social networking sites, True Nudists provides an online platform for users to join together and expand their networks. Membership is free and allows users to post a profile complete with a bio and pictures. They can also post events and reach out to new people through the site. A location section helps members find clothing-optional resorts around the globe to visit when planning vacations.

Since privacy in the online world is so important, True Nudists’ upgrade also adds enhanced security. Members are now able to block other users, hide profiles and pictures, and ensure that they are not searchable online.

The site was designed to target a younger generation, provide a meeting place for nudists, and support a growing trend in the US and around the world. Of course, the concept of nudism is not a new one. According to Wikipedia, the first naturist club was established in British India in 1891, but the movement didn’t gain much traction until authors and supporters began evangelizing the ideals in the early 1900s. Although it’s difficult to find true numbers of how many people around the world consider themselves nudists, the idea has long been accepted in Western Europe and continues to build more followers in the United States.

More than just not wearing clothes, nudists gather together for parties and eventsâ”with their families in tow. True Nudists gives these outgoing folks a medium for connecting, either in their own hometown or across the globe. Whether for adults only or a family-friendly environment, members can find likeminded friends with whom to shun those textiles.

The upgrades to the True Nudists website took effect September 28th, 2011. You can visit the site at truenudists.com to create a profile.

For more information about True Nudists, please direct inquiries to Amanda Collins of The Grammar Doctors: 602-482-3495 or amanda(at)grammardocs(dot)com

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