Ethical Naturism

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Ethical Naturism conceptual model

Ethical Naturism is a concept first introduced by Stéphane Deschênes in the April 2011 episode of The Naturist Living Show Podcast.[1] It is one end of a scale, the other being "Recreational Naturism”, which attempts to create a taxonomy that classifies the various types of naturists/nudists.[2] Ethical Naturists are described as seeing themselves as part of a philosophy with ethical and moral aspects while recreational nudists are simply participating in a leisure activity that involves nudity.[3]

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  1. ^ "The Naturist Living Show, Ethical Naturists plus a Naturist Pioneer". 2011. We introduce the concept of the Ethical Naturist.
  2. ^ "Ethical Naturism". 2011. It is a life philosophy with physical, psychological, environmental, social, and moral benefits.
  3. ^ "Recreational Naturism versus Ethical Naturism". 2011. The Ethical Naturist and the Recreational Naturist . . . is a scale with most positioned somewhere between the extremes.