The Longhorn Nudists believe that nudity is the
natural state of our species (although clothing may have played some
small part in human evolution); we're all born naked. We believe that
there is no shame in being naked; on the contrary, nudity is quite
comfortable and relaxing. We strongly support body-acceptance; The human
body is a wonderful thing to be enjoyed and celebrated in all its myriad
forms. We do know that clothing often serves a useful purpose; among
other things, it can protect us from the elements. But clothing can
also create artificial barriers between people. People often
discriminate against others based on clothing. We believe that there
are times and places where clothing is a good idea (i.e., Greenland or
Earth orbit) but we also know that very often, clothing is superfluous
and can even get in the way. (Don't you just hate
getting sand in your bathing suit?)
We also believe in the fundamental and Constitutionally-guaranteed right to
Freedom of Speech. We're shocked and offended by recent attempts by the U.S.
Congress to censor expression on the Internet. For more information on the
Blue Ribbon Campain, click here:
This is our new flyer. You'll probably see a modified version of this flyer on the kiosks around campus.
Upcoming events include hiking, camping, bowling, swimming, visits to
trips to nudist resorts, hot-tub parties and movie nights! We also plan to go to
Twin Falls on the
Barton Creek Greenbelt eventually. After a good rain, it's deep enough to jump from the
cliffs into the pool below the falls. And as you can see, the rocks above the
falls are nice for sunbathing. There are also a few other places on Lake Travis that
are very nice for swimming, sunbathing and cliff-diving.
If you'd like more information, please send us email. Get involved with Nude Recreation!
Who We Are
Here, our members explain in their own words why they enjoy being a part of the group.
Our Photos Page
This page contains some photos taken at outings, events, and meetings.
Information and Resources
Many people have questions about nudism. Some of the more Freqently Asked Questions have been answered in the rec.nude USENET newsgroup.
If you have comments or questions, please contact us:
The Longhorn Nudists