It looks as if nudists have been right all along. According to a study, if you want to be happy, strip off your clothes.
If you want a happy New Year, research suggests that you should make it a “nude” year. According to a study from the University of London, the key to a happy life starts with removing all of your itchy clothes. They determined that people who partake in nudist or naturalist behaviors tend to lead much happier lives. So, your crazy aunt June, with her trips to nudist camp every summer, doesn’t seem quite as nutty as she used to. Read more
The answer to how to go topfree on the beach during your summer holiday may appear obvious but there is alot more to consider than simply baring all the moment you arrive on the beach (guys out there please bear this in mind, pun intended). For some women this may be the norm but for others it might be something that has always been in the back of your mind and never quite had the confidence to go for it. Well, however you feel about it, here is how anyone can go topfree on the beach this summer.
1. – Check your destination. Depending on which beach, in which country, you are at this summer will determine whether or not you actually can go topfree on the beach. For some countries this will be an extremely arrestable offence and will most certainly ruin your holiday.
2. – Don’t compare yourself. We have all seen those toned, super tanned women who walk tall down the beach without a care in the world wearing nothing but a bright pink thong bikini. If were weren’t all too scared to be seen within 5 metres of this creature we would have asked here how she managed that enviable figure. Reality is, most of us will not ever look like that so go and get that cocktail and enjoy the sun. Read more
Made a New Year’s resolution to do something out of the norm this year? Feel the need to do something fun outside that rigid 9-to-5 job? Perhaps it’s time to hang up your workaday rags and just let it all hang out? To help individuals get their kit off in 2011, HotelsCombined.com has cheekily revealed the top 10 clothing-optional places to shed your inhibition and show some skin – just don’t forget the sunscreen!
Naked Cycling: World Naked Bike Ride, next main ride 12 March 2011 worldwide
Held annually since 2004 in cities around the world, people ride bikes naked to celebrate cycling and the human body. But it’s not just about baring your bod; the ride demonstrates the vulnerability of cyclists on the road and is a protest against car culture. Ride proud, ride safely… Ride on! Read more
Being a first time nudist is a challenge because most people carry a lot of baggage and insecurity about nudity. However, once you get beyond the self-consciousness, it is a very liberating experience, and you will feel much more comfortable about your body, no matter what age and shape you’re in. Author Holly Robinson describes her first time at the Berkshire Vista Nudist Resort.
Our first morning at Berkshire Vista Resort, my friend Mandy sleeps late while I muster the courage to leave our room. The question isn’t so much what to wear, here, as what not to wear.
We arrived late and identified ourselves calmly enough at the security intercom, but our cool evaporated at the sight of a sign that said, “Caution, Nudists Crossing Ahead.”
“I can’t get out of the car,” Mandy laughed, clutching the steering wheel like a life preserver. “What if naked people suddenly jump out of the woods to greet us?” Read more
The Terra Cotta Inn clothing optional resort in California gives you ten reasons why you take a clothing optional vacation.
The Terra Cotta Inn clothing optional resort and spa located in sunny Palm Springs, CA http://sunnyfun.com is a popular naturist resort for topless and nude sunbathers. Called the most mainstream nudist resort in America, it is perfect for couples vacationing at a nudist resort for the first time. Women feel very comfortable there as they are allowed to ease into getting an all over tan at their own pace.
Here is their list of the Top 10 reasons to Vacation at a Clothing Optional Resort this Summer: Read more