(PRWEB) August 14, 2004
In Virginia, there is a raging controversy that pits the state government against nudist parents. In July, a new law restricting parents from sending their children to Youth Leadership Camps at a nudist park forced the nudist community to take legal arms against the state government and oppose the law in court.
In the midst of a controversy over parentÂs right to raise their children as they believe proper, a small but hilarious book about nudist family life has emerged from author, Allen Parker. While the courts battle to find a correct answer to whether nudists are freaks, perverts, or child molesters, Nudist Among Us offers a glimpse into a nudist family where one finds that they are very much like the rest of the world, filled with love, commitment and comic relief.
The fact that we can see ourselves in the characters makes nudism feel normal, proper and less scary.. The authorÂs characters are our neighbors, friends and family. We can picture these people in the streets near our homes or at the PTA meetings.
Although the book was written before the controversy, it supports the nudistsÂ argument that nudists are just real people, and it does so with side splitting situations and thought provoking essays. The humor addresses the small klutzy person in all of us. Parker reveals the side of us we tend to forget, the humorous side.
Allen ParkerÂs Nudist Among Us is available from PublishAmerica, LLC. And at most online bookstores. ISBN Number: 1-4137-0178-7