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Sub Culture Project
Transcript of Sub Culture Project
The earliest known naturist club was established in British India in 1891by by Charles Edward Gordon Crawford
By 1951, the national federations united to form the International Naturist Federation or INF
Germany, France, Poland, Slovenia, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Croatia Dress/ Appearance Language Germany, France, Poland, Slovenia, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Croatia Behaviors/ Ideas Naturism is a lifestyle in harmony with nature, expressed through personal and social nudity, and characterised by self-respect of people with different opinions and of the environment
Return to innocence (God's image/ Christian nudist communities and churches)
unified with nature and the body is beautiful when it isn't taken out of it's natural context.
Liberal, peacefull, free-spirited, pure Famous Naturalist John Adams, John F. Kennedy, Theodore Roosevelt, Benjamin Franklin, Alexader Gram Bell, Lady Godiva, Brad Pitt, Pamela Anderson, Tyra Banks, Madonna Janet Jackeson, Jack Black, Brittany Spears, Jamie Foxx, Drew Barrymore, Jonny Depp, Cameron Diaz, Isadora Duncan, Pink.............. Legacy Many people say that being nude in groups makes them feel more accepted for their entire being — physical, intellectual and emotional. They say that they tend to be more accepted, in spite of differences in age, body shape, fitness, and health. Without clothing, one's social rank is generally obscured. They report feeling more united with humanity, with less regard to a person's wealth, position, nationality, race, and sex. Impact On Society