Your right theglamgod. after all it is nudity though right, How ever i,m with you on this as well the mags have some spice of life in them too. music, that would be a go to for me as well, lets face if reading a mag or good book with good music is the way to go, and looking after our body well lots of us probably should :) ,i,m enjoying tthe stories in them even if any are made up i love a good story, naturist first time and the mythicle things and feelings of being nude to enjoy after comeing out to some one,s freinds and letting them know there nudists kinda strikes the reality of nudity to lots of people. it,s just not the norm to lots of people whom we try to say it,s ok and yet get the stand off as if there is something wronge withus, stories like this get me wanting to read more, i think some spiritual reasoning to be nude or just wanting to be free literaly, getting our kids to be understanding that we are normal this way, also the travel for when you can get away to those locations and meet like wise people and end up with great freinds and see just beautifull places we never been to befor, yes yes yes, got to love our country so why not travel and get off the kit, love these mags, wander what is in the next editions :)
I read both magazines. Out of them, I think TAN has more varied content than ASAH. I like the Reader's Letters and the Reader's Pictures.
Stuff that I'd like to see in the magazines is more healthy recipes, fitness and beauty tips, books, DVD and music reviews, Agony Aunt & Uncle columns, advertising for health and personal care products as well as health resorts that allow nudity.
Too many nudist magazines tend to be fixated on nudity and not enough on the bigger picture in order to attract a wider readership.