What I Learned About Body Positivity By Running Naked At A Nudist Ranch

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“Inside, I hated everything about myself. I hated the family I came from; I hated my stupid ideas; I hated how boring I thought I was. And I especially hated my body. I felt like everything about me was wrong and disgusting”

“I made the decision to lose 150 pounds and get healthier (even if it killed me in the process). I thought it would magically change everything I hated about myself and all of a sudden, I would be a brand new person – Interesting fact: it didn’t change much about me”

“But this is the very first time I also felt an outpour of love and acceptance as my husband and I ran side by side in the last sprint to the finish… totally naked”

“Social nudism isn’t about seeing and proving; it’s about experiencing”

“Everyone is naked and vulnerable. When no one is hiding behind masks, it makes it much easier to accept one another and yourself”

“Not only did I defeat something that made me emotionally uncomfortable for so long, but I took home a first place medal for my age group. And who cares how unflattering my race photos turn out to be?”

These were all positive quotes about naturism from the full article:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/what-i-learned-about-body-positivity-by-running-naked_us_57d7054ee4b0f831f7072582?

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