Celebrating Clothes Free Living with a podcast: An Exclusive Written Interview with Frank Stone and Lisa Monroe of Naked Nudists and Naturists
In this exclusive interview, we delve into the captivating world of clothes-free living with Frank Stone and Lisa Monroe of the Naked Nudists and Naturists podcast. Frank is the founder and host of this inspiring venture, and Lisa is the passionate correspondent and co-host. Let’s dive into their personal experiences, thoughts on naturism, and their celebrated podcast.
John (NTRSM): Welcome, Frank Stone and Lisa Monroe! It’s a pleasure to have you both here for this interview.
Frank Stone: Thank you, John. We’re thrilled to be here and share our journey with you.
Lisa Monroe: Absolutely. It’s an honor to be a part of this conversation.
John (NTRSM): Let’s start with your personal experiences. Frank Stone, you mentioned that you’ve always been drawn to clothes-free living. Can you tell us more about your upbringing and how you embraced naturism?
Frank Stone: Of course, John. My parents allowed me to embrace nudity from a young age, and it felt entirely natural to me. While my dad was often naked too, my mom and sister chose not to participate. Nevertheless, being clothes-free was how things were done in my mom’s extended family, and so we followed that tradition. As I grew older, clothes became something temporary, and living clothes-free became my priority.
John (NTRSM): It’s fascinating how you developed such a strong connection to naturism from an early age. Lisa, your journey seems different. Could you share how you discovered and embraced naturism?
Lisa Monroe: Certainly, John. My upbringing was quite different from Frank’s. I always had a craving to experience the freedom of being naked, but it wasn’t possible until I moved out on my own. Once I had the chance, I embraced naturism wholeheartedly, and it has been a liberating journey ever since.
John (NTRSM): That’s inspiring. Now, let’s talk about your naturist studio. How did it come into existence, and how did it evolve into what it is today?
Frank Stone: Our naturist studio wasn’t a planned endeavor, but rather an organic evolution, John. Initially, I employed six other people for various tasks, and we decided to call ourselves a naturist studio. While not everyone identified as a naturist, they enjoyed skinny dipping and nude sunning regularly. When the pandemic forced us to adapt and move the studio to my home, we found that the naturist aspect naturally crept into our daily routine. It created a welcoming atmosphere, and everyone felt comfortable and accepted.
John (NTRSM): That sounds like a unique and inclusive work environment. How did you start your podcast, and what message do you aim to convey through it?
Lisa Monroe: Starting the podcast was a collective decision. We felt the need for more voices advocating for naturism and promoting it for all the right reasons. Our podcast celebrates the naturist lifestyle, covers inspiring stories, and engages in thought-provoking discussions. We emphasize body acceptance, self-confidence, and embracing one’s authentic self. It’s a celebration of naturism and an invitation for others to explore and understand it better.
John (NTRSM): Your dedication to spreading awareness about naturism is commendable. What have been the most rewarding aspects of hosting your podcast?
Frank Stone: The most rewarding part is knowing that we’re making a positive impact on our listeners. We’ve received incredible feedback and stories from people who have found inspiration and acceptance through our podcast. It’s heartwarming to be a part of that journey with them.
John (NTRSM): I can imagine. Your passion shines through, and it’s evident in the positive reviews you’ve received. On that note, I made a review. Allow me to read it to you:
Lisa Monroe: Thank you so much for sharing that review. It’s truly heartwarming and reinforces our mission to spread awareness about naturism and its many positive aspects.
John (NTRSM): You’re most welcome. It’s evident that your podcast is touching lives and resonating with your audience. Before we conclude, is there any message you’d like to share with the readers here at NTRSM?
Frank Stone: We’d like to express our gratitude to you all. We believe that naturism is not just about being naked; it’s about acceptance, respect, and embracing one’s true self. We invite everyone to explore naturism with an open mind and heart, and to join us in celebrating the joy of clothes-free living.
Lisa Monroe: And to our listeners, we thank you for your support and encouragement. We hope you’ll continue this journey with us and engage in meaningful conversations about body positivity and self-acceptance.
John (NTRSM): Thank you both for this enlightening conversation. It’s been a pleasure to learn more about your experiences and your mission. To all our readers, you can find Naked Nudists and Naturists’ podcast on Spotify and their website, https://nakednudistsandnaturists.com. Remember, embracing naturism is a personal choice, but promoting acceptance and understanding is something we can all do together.
And with that, we conclude this exclusive interview. Until next time, let’s continue to celebrate and promote body positivity and clothes-free living with respect and acceptance for all!