Naturism & a real social life.

A wonderful post, and so bang on too! The photos are excellent. Happy bare people enjoying themselves, their bodies and their freedom. I don’t know why the new media is called ‘social’, as it is anything but. So many people out there are so distracted that they are not aware of their surroundings and those around them. Frankly I think at time it borders on rudeness, People so tuned in, that they are tuned out, uncommunicative and unreceptive. Pity. Naked people aren’t really like that, at least not that I’ve seen. Thanks for this article. It does really ring true.

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I was at a (pop) concert recently and was surprised by the number of people living the experience ‘second hand’. That is, they were mainly watching it through the screens of their smart phones!

Look at any bus queue, sit on any public transport, and we’re all addicted to the devices, texting, surfing the net, and unaware of our surroundings, unaware of the life going on around us.

Go to a sports arena and it’s the same. Rather than watching the game, we’re texting friends to say how good the game is (how do we know, faces buried in our phones?).

I guess there are some remaining areas where the smartphone takes second place in life. I’d imagine out on the golf course might be one, where the players mark their cards, take their shots or walk with their buggies. For the duration of the game, they’re focused on the…

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2 Responses to Naturism & a real social life.

  1. aguywithoutboxers says:

    Once again, Alex, my bare buddy, you demonstrated your eye for an excellent re-blog! Nice work, man! Much love and naked hugs! 🙂

  2. JTW says:

    Newspaper here ran a story saying “a study” had determined that on average people use their smart phone once every 5 minutes, 24/7.
    If people then don’t use it at all for 8 hours a day, that means that many people are constantly fumbling with their devices every waking moment.

    Somehow I find that hard to believe, it certainly doesn’t match what I see every day…

    But I do agree that they’re taking over peoples’ lives. But it’s not the phones per se that are at fault there. It’s “social media” like Twitter and Facebook, where especially younger people are constantly uploading a running commentary of everything they do.
    And then complain about the lack of privacy…

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