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Updated: First off, the "scenery" at any nudist camp is of course very absorbing (the variances in human anatomy are truly amazing) but what I always find most interesting is how the social climate is so warm and inviting. There's a distinct friendliness (and openness) you don't find in other social milieus. Of course it's nearly cliche to say, well, without clothes on, there's nothing to hide, so be yourself. One should be themselves no matter
what the social climate. What I'm reaching for here is to say I think nudism brings out our universal aspects, our humanness, or mutual humanity. But it doesn't extinguish our fierce admiration for beautiful examples of human development (I'm speaking euphemistically of course). To mingle naked in a mixed gender, all-ages environment helps you realize how closely related we all are, especially to what's beautiful on this planet.
(Nudist Sun: "Nudist Camps For
Initially I felt it improper to be "hanging" out while I savored the fare, but within a few minutes forgot the nudity and just went along. I sat with a German couple, their three children, and a couple from Switzerland. All were happily nude and seemingly aloof to their sartorial condition... (Nudist Sun Galleries)
ELSEWHERE ON THE NUDE REVIEW
Teen summer nudity, especially during heat waves, often occurs in the backyard pool, and often with friends. In an era when a digital camera is nearly always at hand, the evidence mounts daily. ("Nudist House: Summer Teen Nudity At Home")
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NUDIST LIFE DOWN SOUTH
Synopsis: Nudist camps are real places, and also a state of mind.