As @IbanSaram I caption and post naturist pictures on Twitter; besides my normal Twitter fare I post a “Thought of the Day” and a “#TeamNaturist” picture on a more or less daily basis. The images normally depict nude people either outdoors or doing run-of-the-mill things around the house and every once and a while I try to use an “artsy” image. Some of them are posed, some candid, but the people are almost always identifiable, i.e. you can see their faces or some identifiable mark like a tattoo.
Not a lot of those images – just a handful in fact – are of unaccompanied ladies and that has become the subject of a number of “direct messages” I’ve received recently. Aside from the very obvious reason (showcasing a relatively low number of clothesfree women reduces the feed’s attraction to people who are just looking for additions to their “wank banks”), there are other reasons:
- It’s a question of “supply”. A significant number of the pictures I post on Twitter were sent to me by naturists on my followers’ list or by people in one of the naturist forums I belong to; since most of my followers and naturist friends are male, it follows that the pictures will be of males too. Furthermore, single naturist ladies are, sadly, a small subset of the nudist population; finding ladies who are willing to be captioned and posted au naturel is a considerably smaller subset.
- There are arguably MILLIONS of pictures of naked women on Twitter ranging from very nice, artistic nudes and casual nudes to some rather graphic images that need no further description. Some of the former are captioned very nicely by other people posting on Twitter and I like to think I provide a nice balance.
- Last but not least, I post pictures of couples, pictures taken at events like the WNBR, and of small groups of people on their own, too. For the record, I make a conscious effort to be as inclusive as possible. A visitor to my feed is just as likely to see a mixed sex pairing as a same sex one; likewise – and I have to admit I haven’t been as successful as I’d like to have been – I try to include people from all over the world.
If you have any ideas, questions, or opinions on this, please feel free to comment below! Otherwise… see you on Twitter!
Feature image: Freedom in art and freedom in society Photo credit: @Jackthenaturist