Indy Naturist Group | I.N.G.
The Indy Naturist Group (I.N.G.) subscribes to wholesome naturism principles in alignment with AANR and The Naturist Society guidelines.
I.N.G. seeks to provide a safe, friendly, and non-judgmental environment in which to promote and practice social nudity.
Naturism, or nudism, is defined as the practice of going nude, especially in a mixed social setting. Why do people choose to practice naturism? For some, naturism is a carefully considered lifestyle; for others, it is no more complicated than a day at the nearest nude beach. What connects these two extremes is the sense of freedom naturist activities provide. It may be a matter of simple comfort—first-time skinny-dippers frequently marvel at how good it feels to be clothes-free—or there may be something more profound. For many, the social nudity that helps define naturism is personally liberating; through it, we come not only to accept ourselves but others.
Naturism is not synonymous with swinging or any other sexual practice. Exhibiting overt sexual behavior is not tolerated.
body acceptance is the idea, social nude recreation is the way”