First let me say what a great site. As a 47 y.o. man in the UK it is fascinating to read that many

of the younger posters have had a considerably more educated upbringing than was the norm in my day as regards nudity. Hopefully the day when public nudity becomes more acceptable is bringing nearer!

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My first experiences being bare were in the 60’s, the private independence advocated by the “counter culture” was like a challenge to the institution at a time when there was a much more oppressive moral “code” as to what was socially acceptable.
Always being one to challenge the institution I viewed nudity as an expansion of the political and societal attitudes I held. More people were prepared to be nude in public as a kind of protest and I increasingly came to think of clothes as another type of oppression. (At the time clothes was also a signifier of class.) I first started going naked “in secret” during holidays when no one was around, I guess I still felt there was something “perverse” about it, however there was also an elation of feeling more in tune with nature without clothing about it than just teenage rebellion.
It was not until I was in my twenties I encountered social nudity. I stumbled across a naturist beach one day and it absolutely was a kind of life changing moment. It took seconds to get out of my clothing, but this was quite different to any fabric shore I’d ever been to – instead of having your own little space and no intereaction with anyone else this was really friendly, people would come and chat and there was no feeling of discomfort about it. There was also no distinction of class, there were folks from various backgrounds but no social hurdles. There were men as well as women, singles and couples, gay and straight, and you felt you can speak to anyone.
The one apparent lost big beach ass was younger folks. Although there were families with young children there were no teens or 20’s, all the adults were pretty much middle aged or elderly. Since then I spend as much time as possible nude, have become a regular beach goer, went close to the seashore and organize my work so that I can be on the shore as often as possible (not as frequently as I’d enjoy thanks to our climate). I’ve also shaved all body hair as it feels so much pleasanter and manages a more even tan. My best friends are naturists and I’ve met some great folks at various beaches as well as on the internet.
There are some favorable changes from my early days, there are more younger folks from the lost age group at beaches nowadays. More non naturists seem more tolerant of naturists, as well as the net has become a great forum to exchange ideas.
Unfortunately nevertheless it seems to be taking ages for approaches to change, there are still too many who see us as perverts or link nudity with sex. Our media still views naturism with the same kind of “naughty postcard” picture and advertising still uses nudity to sell products. Things are slowly changing though and it’s nice to see websites like this helping to change attitudes. Keep up the good work. Any comments are .

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