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The rhetoric of the nudism and anti-nudism movements emphasizes freedom from many of the normal constraints which regulate human interaction in nudist settings, although for different reasons.

A landed or members' naturist club is one that owns its own facilities, while non-landed (or travel) clubs meet at various locations, such as private residences, swimming pools, hot springs, landed clubs and resorts, and rented facilities.

Landed clubs can be run by members on democratic lines or by one or more owners who make the rules.

Additionally, there is also militant naturism, including campaigning, and extreme naturism is sometimes considered a separate category.

Several other terms ("social nudity", "public nudity", "skinny dipping", "sunning", and "clothes-free") have been proposed as alternative terms for naturism, but none has found the same widespread public acceptance as the older terms "naturism" and (in much of the United States) "nudism".

Gordon and Schroeder in 1995 reported that parental nudity varies considerably from family to family.

They say that "there is nothing inherently wrong with bathing with children or otherwise appearing naked in front of them", noting that doing so may provide an opportunity for parents to provide important information.

People interested in social nudity can attend clothes-free beaches and other types of ad-hoc nudist events.