Here’s a listing of everything we’ve posted here on All Nudist (on WordPress), the publishing platform we’ve been using for years. We have moved to our new ALL-NUDIST.com website where we hope to provide a better and more easily navigable format for our visitors. Come on over and see what’s new!
Along with our category listings this ‘title only’ list should make it easier for you to browse for old articles should you find yourself with time on your hands! Both are on the left sidebar.
And besides, we just hate throwing anything out! Have fun! - Angie & Steve
All-Nudist has MOVED to ALL-Nudist.com
You see them all the time; they look very much alike, claim to be the ‘largest in the world’ and will connect you with lots of nudists seeking YOU!
Or maybe mostly a lot of guys looking for …something.
You can ‘join’ for free to see what’s there then, if you’re not too smart, spend a lot of money. Hey, maybe it works for you! Possibly not.
Well, a lot of them are the same ‘dating’ service under different names. In fact, you can even start one yourself! We did, to our regret. Seemed like a good idea at the time.
These aren’t scams since they do let you decide if you want to spend money, but they may not be exactly what you expect them to be. Be cautious.
All Nudist ran one of these sites for a time to see if we could make a buck or two. It appeared legit. We advised folks to join for free but NOT to spend any money, and as far as we know, no one did. Good.
We made a little money ($2 per FREE membership) but after looking deeper into what was really there we decided to drop it. It wasn’t what we thought it was, plus they held off paying us for months (the check is in the mail – really!). Can’t say that didn’t raise some veracity alarms.
In any event, if you’re thinking of joining one of these sites, consider spending the money and starting your own instead! It’s cheaper and all you have to do is buy a website and turn it over to them!
Of course, the more you promote it, the more people will join. Hence the FB pages that post their sites all over Facebook. We even saw an ad for one of them on a comment board for an article about a nudist pedophile! Shameless profiteering. Do you think they care about nudists, or just money?
Go to the website link below and follow a couple more links to see what’s up. It’s interesting, to say the least. And who knows, maybe you’ll become a nudist dating mogul!
As far as the other large nudist dating services, they may be wonderful! We’ve never heard anything actually good about them, but they might be worthwhile. Just don’t spend any money unless you know what you’re getting. Almost everything on the internet with ‘nudist’attached to it is anything but!
‘Nudist’ is a marketing term which targets folks looking for sex-related material. It’s a terrific eye-catcher and is often used to give non-nudist enterprises the ‘legitimacy’ of nudism. Don’t be taken in by a name.
But listen, if you’ve got a lot of time on your hands and don’t mind looking aroud, then by all means do so! You might get lucky and meet some folks worth meeting. But watch your pocketbook.
If you seriously want to meet someone special, we’d suggest E-Harmony, our ‘Alma-Mater’ as it were. You can discuss your nudist preference in your profile and are much more likely, in our opinion, to find a fellow nudist love interest and less likely to find a bunch of lonely guys complaining about the lack of women on their dating site!
SuccessfulMatch.com (the small print at the bottom of dating sites will often lead you, eventually, to the parent company. This is a big one with lots of ‘affiliates’.)
- Complains about SuccessfulMatch.com
- Millionaire Match Scams (part of the same company)
- PerfectMatch.com complaints
- You Are Naked on the Internet
- The Risks of Free Online Dating
This particular one has spammed our site over a dozen times: Naturist Passion
Just had a thought; why don’t you look at those various links then tell us about your online nudist dating experience! We can learn more from each other than by reading ‘reviews’ about the subject. Could be interesting.
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Well, we said it was sunny, not warm! We received a few inches of snow in a late Winter arrival yesterday. It’s been an easy Winter up until now, not terribly cold or snowy. If it was a couple of years ago we might be tempted to go to Mazo Beach to catch some rays and get a chance to feel the sun on our skin. Not so much anymore, age is catching up with us!
Our Australian and other southern hemisphere friends must be feeling the approach of their Winter looming in the not-so-far distance; what an awful feeling! It seems so long util warm weather again when months of cold lie ahead. Fear not, Aussies, Spring will come again, just about when you think Winter will never end!
But alas, no beach for us today. The road is closed and we’re not up to a mile hike through the woods even to enjoy that beautiful feeling of sun on skin and
sand snow between our toes! We didn’t manage to make a trip to Haulover as hoped this year, so we’re fish-belly white again and practically glow in the dark!
This year, by God, we’re going to get ourselves out more and use the Summer months to best advantage. Still in recovery from my many repairs, last year was kind of a bust for nuding around. Feeling much better now so expect to be able to take advantage of the good weather while we can!
Since we started out as a little bitty blog we have added quite a bit to the site. We’ve also reached out into the larger web world and popped up here and there. Here’s a list of the places All Nudist lives, at least the ones we remember!
All Nudist on:
We are unabashedly non-religious here at All Nudist but do love Christmas! Some folks feel it is a deeply religious occasion, others see it as totally secular, and many believe it to be a continuation of a seasonal celebration reaching far back beyond anyone’s remembering.
No matter. To us it’s not only a modern U.S. secular holiday and cultural tradition, but a worldwide expression of all that is good in people. A time for reflection on our lives, celebrations of life, and a symbol of hope that crosses borders and beliefs. But even without all those noble thoughts, it’s a time for sparkling lights, glitter, music and singing, and good feelings for all those who can catch the spirit!
Christmas… is magical!
We wish the best for all of our friends around the world and their families, and hope that wherever you are, you can be happy and be naked! – Angie & Steve
Here’s a collection of some pretty traditional Christmas music just tossed together willy-nilly that will be playing around our house on Christmas. Hope you enjoy them too!
In case the feed doesn’t work properly, here’s our Xmas Collection
“Six months ago I was dying and didn’t even know it. Today I’m living and know it!”
I wrote those words in November of ’09, three months after being pronounced terminally ill with anything from a few days to, possibly, a couple of months to live. They told us not to make any plans for Thanksgiving…
And we didn’t. I was very sick and getting much sicker; there seemed no need. I was at home since the hospital could do nothing, and we wanted it that way. Angie cared for me like the angel she is, and we got by on love; a whole lot of love. Knowing that all will end soon can give you a different perspective on things and we learned to grab as much from each day as we could. Every moment was precious, since it might be the last. You really do begin to understand that phrase, ‘Live every day as if it were your last’ when it very well might be!
Well, Thanksgiving arrived and I was still there to see it! Our whole family came over unexpectedly; kids, grandkids and all, and somehow we managed to stretch the two turkey dinners that Hospice Care had delivered into feeding a whole flock of people!
It was the best Thanksgiving I had ever known, and I was dying! It’s a funny thing, perspective. All it takes is a little bit of it to change your whole point of view.
As you may have guessed, I didn’t die on schedule. A few months later the docs said that I had stopped dying, imagine that! They said I’d never be back to where I should be, but as long as nothing happened I should keep on chugging along indefinitely. That was ok by us!
Since then people have shown us incredible acts of kindness in helping us in many ways; from the Hospice workers who came to our home to care for me, to my coworkers who helped empty our house for sale (never sold it; no market), to my doctors and nurses who encouraged me in the face of certain death, to our family who helped Angie cope with the impending loss of her husband and home. And our friends from our website, folks we had never met who pitched in and provided articles while I couldn’t because it eased my mind to know ‘our baby’ was being cared for. We found friends we never knew we had, and love in places we never knew existed. We learned what thankfulness means, and humility in the face of kindness.
So here I am two years later; here we are, my Angie and I, still alive and kicking and trying to remember the lesson we learned during those terrible/wonderful days: Live every day as if it were your last, for it just might be. And we do, oh yes!
Thanksgiving isn’t just for Pilgrims, you know. Or Americans or Christians. Every day can be a thanksgiving day if only we open our eyes a bit. Look around, at those you care for and those who care for you, look to see who has helped your life be just a little bit better. And be thankful for the friends you have, even the ones you don’t know. You, too may be surprised at all you have to be thankful for.
May your days of thanks and giving be many and often, and may you always remember to live each day! – Steve
“…almost everything–all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure–these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important. Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose.” - Steve Jobs