Nudism & Mythology
The term "nymph" gained a burst of popularity when Nabokov published his novel Lolita in the late fifties. Its historical usages dealt primarily with mythological lesser deities, beautiful young girls who inhabited woodland areas, meadows, rivers and the sea. These nubile creatures were nearly always featured naked in classical art, beset with amorous freedoms that lured tragic heroes to their demise.
Nymphs were also the frequent targets of those half man, half animal nuisances call satyrs. Well, not much has changed in that department. Fortunately, mythology empowered nymphs in such a way to give them complete control over men. Again, not much change there, historically speaking.
Men are still dazzled by young, feminine beauty, and powerless over their attraction. Nudism brings this all to light. Girls frolicking naked in the woods or splashing in a stream will always get our attention. The more we march into the future, the more we realize the ancients had the few important fundamentals of life right. Our infatuations with nubile beauty can bring us to madness, but in a most pleasant way. Sun Galleries
Naturist Life - Living Nude
It's not exactly a 24/7 thing, but weather permitting, living without the clothes habit adds some spice to daily routines and can improve the view for everyone. Real people do choose to live nude, including families (and not just hippie families).
If you've got ten acres in Northern Idaho on a river, you may as well make the most of it during the short summer. This family near Sandpoint excels at the idea. Nudist House
The foundational precepts of early Twentieth Century naturism considered healthy bodies and souls essential to the good life. Naturism provided one of methods to getting there, with a prescription for lots of sun and outdoor activity.
One doesn't need to be nude, necessarily, but it does provide extra incentive. Who wouldn't like to frolic naked in nature in mixed gendered company? And yes, women enjoy it just as much.
Germans are well known for their "nature walks" and frankly, any old countryside will do. You see them outside small villages in groups, whole families including teens and grandparents.
In the U.S. groups form to hike the National Parks, an activity to which ranger turn a blind eye (or their binoculars). Finding a group isn't a problem, but the question is, are you ready to join them? ("Hiking Nude: Getting Back To Nature")