The Australian Naturist Magazine

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2021 Australia’s Most Popular Naturist Magazine Publication.

Naturists are people from various backgrounds and demographics who enjoy the freedom and innocence of nude recreation. We hope to be a counter point to the commodification and objectification of the human body. Generally the human body is portrayed in other media with the inherent stereotypes that are created and contribute to poor body image within society.
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The December issue of TAN is now available. In this issue we have a story from Thailand where a new Naturist Resort has been under construction since 1 December 2019 and is now open. With overseas travel again on the horizon it is well worth keeping an eye on Dragonfly Naturist Village.
We also have a report on the recent nude golf match the Wandering Bares Cup as well as an update from Pacific Sun Friends sustainable garden, a profile of the ‘Naked Baker’ – Michael from ‘Crabtree Farm, a visit to a Falconry Centre and an interesting article about presenting our lifestyle to a novice or Naturist curious person. Speaking of novice experience we have a first hand account of the discovery of the joys of being naked.

All this and more…

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What is Naturism?

Naturism is a lifestyle that seeks to engender respect for self, respect for others and respect for the environment by the practice of social nudity. From the above it can be seen that taking ones clothes off is a means to attain the aforementioned qualities.

Our society has so conditioned us that we are different to each other that we lose touch with who we really are.

By stripping away the symbols of these trappings we can make a number of important observations.