The Nude Review
FAQ: NUDISM FOR REAL PEOPLE 18 AND OVER
A Different Approach, And A Lifestyle
The Nude Review is a collection of gated nudist sites in various formats that permit members to share their nudist experiences, tips and portfolios "off the web," meaning membership is required. This helps prevent member contributions from appearing elsewhere on the web in "bad neighborhoods." It also produces a freer environment for sharing. There is no charge for access. The site is maintained and financed by member donations.
"No explicit crotch photography please. We're not your doctor."
The Nude Review and its associated publications are not
pornographic, but can be "erotic". They celebrate nudity, female and
male but primarily the former, with pleasant, hi-resolution
photography (whenever possible). It's intended for mature audiences.
The Nude Review features, to the best of its ability, real people. Your neighbor, for instance, or you and yours, if you so wish.
A collection of independent, volunteer, editors curate the selections. Ideologically we are stuck somewhere in the early Seventies after Playboy introduced pubic hair, but before it became completely silly. You may infer that we mean we prefer women with human, rather than chemical breasts, plus otherwise natural features.
Blogs and general commentary follow strict guidelines - no "babe" talk or use of derogatory slang, for example. This makes for richer commentary and galleries, though you might think otherwise. Sensuality rises once the bawdiness is shown the door. To say, "When my wife revealed her breasts..." is much more evocative than "My wife showed her tits." If you don't agree, our sites probably aren't for you.
As for the "site" you may or may not be contemplating joining, its primary focus is on photo essays and the experiences of people enjoying themselves in the nude. Whether they are "nudist" or not is up for them to tell. What we can tell you is that they are not part professional models, nor do they display their genitalia beyond what might be exposed during normal non-sexual intercourse among humans. If God intended for us to know intimately each other's privates, He would have put them on our foreheads.