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I was lying on the hot sand absolutely naked and
excited, still a bit embarrassed; but the feel of
warm wind was so good on my tits and pussy! I
opened my hips to let the wind better access and
panted: “And what if someone’s looking at me
now?”

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t is not an “alternative” lifestyle. and it has to be promoted simply and as fun

it is not an “alternative” lifestyle. and it has to be promoted simply and as fun. think the preachiness sometimes turns people off.and the fact that practice is less overt than in other parts of the world makes it harder to “sell” to mainstream america. it is also facing strong institutional opposition from religious groups and the clothing industry. and the equation in many quarters of nudity with sex and pornography makes it additionally frustrating. i think great strides have been made in the past 20 years. it may take another 20 to increase acceptance, which is why i try to convince the younger generation to use their unique perspectives to advance our way of doing things and to change perspectives. there are no easy answers. if there were, we would not be discussing this. and it is in small steps, sorry, dont see blinding light of mass tolerance any time soon.,

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I do not think naturism/nudism should be considered a lifestyle

I do not think naturism/nudism should be considered a lifestyle, that might convey some negative ideas. Word of mouth seems to be the best way to get the message out to people. People I have talked too about nudism always have questions, like “How could you do that?” “Weren’t you embarrassed?” “What do you do, just sit around naked?” Once people understand that naturism/nudism is not an orgy, and that we enjoy being free, socializing and enjoying ourselves, have a different view of nudism. A lot of the press we get is negative too, people have a hard time separating naturism/nudism from the hedonism group. We have to let people know that we are a family oriented group, and yes there are adult oriented nudist groups too. We have raised our kids nudists, and what will determine if they continue to be nudests is how they are accepted into the clubs. There seems to be a generation gap, you do not see too many young people in their early 20’s at the clubs. Continue reading I do not think naturism/nudism should be considered a lifestyle

I think the internet has gone along way to educating the general public about naturism.

This is a question I’ve considered for quite sometime. Firstly, I think the internet has gone along way to educating the general public about naturism. I think a lot people expect that naturism on the internet is about sex and pornography, but soon after their initial searches I hope that they soon discover something different. I guess an example is the number of times that messages on this site are viewed compared to those that are replied to. I’m guessing this site gets a lot of lurkers and few contributors. Secondly, I’ve been running an MSN group for young people interested in naturism in Sydney, Australia. I’ve made two interesting observations from this group… There are very few people in their late teens and early 20’s applying to join, the average age is about 30 in spite of a 35 year old age limit. And, we have strict membership requirements, so applicants have to offer their age, location and interest in Sydney naturism before their membership is approved. Subsequently, I deny something like 4 in every 5 applications. So, I ask the question… Are young people _really_ interested in naturism? Does a market exist? If not, why bother targeting this and why not focus on the older population? Sponta. Continue reading I think the internet has gone along way to educating the general public about naturism.

The current offering from many naturist resorts is simply boring for younger people.

Stuffed Tiger, I think you’re right. The current offering from many naturist resorts is simply boring for younger people. Many of the resorts in Australia wouldn’t get young people to them, even if they weren’t designated “clothing optional”. The only exception that I know of is Cap d’Agde in France which offers a variety of activities for all ages. Its ashame other resorts don’t follow suit. Sponta

We have brought our kids up to nudism/naturism, if they stay with it is to be seen.

Stuffed Tiger and Spontanudity I think you are both right. We have brought our kids up to nudism/naturism, if they stay with it is to be seen. They are comfortablw with nudism, but get bored easy at the club. Most clubs are run, managed, are geared towards an older adult, there is just not enough things for the young people to do. I would love to see an offering like Cap d’agde close by. One problem young people have is peer presure from outside the nudist group, which tends to steer them away from nudism. I see a lot of single males, and married ones for that matter, that would love to have their girl friends or wives go to a nudist club with them. Single males tend to be excluded from most clubs, so they have a hard time finding single women to meet at clubs. Another proble is young people do not have the money or time when they are first starting out, to get involved actively in a club. I talk with a lot of people in ther 40’s that are now established and have the time, that wished they could have started sooner. You also see younger people at the clothing optional beach, most of them tend to be younger single males.

People seem to be becoming more open minded

People seem to be becoming more open minded, especially college students. They’ve seen everything and done everything. If we educate the public about all the other subjects, they may be smart enough to see that nudism is not even worth giving a second thought, it’s not bad, so it must be good. If it’s not bad then why argue about anything, let’s all be nudist. We need more college students, I can’t stress that enough. Also people talking about it on TV and in magazines helps. Especially if their comments are geared towards young people since young people like college students aren’t set in their ways. *chuckle* a portrait of the older more dignified Cinderela

playing around the beach and everybody is welcome

Kimberly, one of the most amazing things about cap d’agde is the age range. There are plenty of younger people in groups playing around the beach and everybody is welcome… oh… I want to go back! Its naturism heaven!