How Music is NOT a good advocate for Naturism

In his blog on this link, Fabian writes about his view on how the word body and sex is linked in pop music. He writes:

It’s been a while since I wrote a blog and I wanted to make sure that my next blog had something to say.

Something I have noticed for quite some time now is how music (and videos) objectify and sexualize the body. I shouldn’t be too hard on the music industry as it is everywhere; television, magazines and social media. Everyone is obsessed with sex.

I’m not saying that I am not a sexual being and it isn’t fair to say that as naturists we do not partake in the act but we view nudity on a whole different level which brings me back to music.

When I go to the gym to workout I usually put on a pop station for some of the more up tempo songs that they play. But in listening to many of the music out there it all seems to come back to the exploitation of the body and the obsession with sex.

This isn’t a new thing as it has been going on for decades; “Do you think I’m Sexy” by Rod Stewart; “I want your sex” by George Michael. It just seems more and more relevant today...........

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How Music is not a good advocate for Naturism

Comments

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    Gregers Moller

    There are several quality comments on Fabian blog. I just want to say that I am so tired of trying to correct people who think they need to look like barbie dolls to be comfortable as naturists. How many times have I not heard someone – mostly women – tell me “nooo, I would have to loose three kilos before I would dare to join you guys” – said by completely normally built people who you would otherwise think have a good critical attitude to the brainwash of the mainstream media.