Matthew McDermott is an author, a consultant, and naked a lot of the time. As someone who discovered nudism in his adult life, he is working to increase the understanding and acceptance of non-sexual nudity. He is an advocate for the benefits of social nudism for the physical, mental, and spiritual well-being of everyone. His nudism-related publications include How to Take Your Clothes Off: A Guide to Nudism for the Interested Beginner, available from Amazon in ebook and paperback formats.
Preserving Nudist History: An Interview with NaturistVintage – Part Two
by Matthew McDermott on 6 April , 2020 at 13:11
In the final part of my interview with NaturistVintage we discuss the use of titillation for publication, lessons from the past, and more. Source
Preserving Nudist History: An Interview with NaturistVintage – Part One
by Matthew McDermott on 2 April , 2020 at 12:47
NaturistVintage is a twitter account that concentrates on posting scans of nudist magazines and photographs. I wanted to learn why they did this. Source
Should websites for nudists include photos?
by Matthew McDermott on 27 March , 2020 at 02:26
There is an interesting divide in online nudist sites: whether the site includes photos of nude people or not. Source
Stop and think before you compliment a nudist!
by Matthew McDermott on 26 February , 2020 at 12:54
All of these are compliments. They’re all positive, all saying something nice about the person they’re directed at. And they’re the wrong thing to say. Source
Are You Really a Nudist?
by Matthew McDermott on 27 January , 2020 at 23:02
Anyone trying out nudism for the first time – or even just considering it – wonders, at what point am I really a nudist? Source