Some people may cringe at the thought of going nude outside of the bathroom, let alone in the great outdoors. So what’s the attraction? To be totally honest I have trouble describing it myself. I’ve been doing it so long that I kind of take it for granted, and feel weird if I bushwalk clothed.
My wife summed it up nicely when I took her for her first nude walk. “This feels amazing… I can understand why you rave so much about being nude in the outdoors, the feeling of the breeze and sunlight all over your body, just feels so nice”
“Generally nudists, they really don’t care about your physical attributes … we’re not model material, we’re all just normal people.”
Mrs Rich said she and her husband had never seen anything inappropriate at Maslin Beach in Adelaide’s southern suburbs in 30 years.
“Most nudists or naturalists are very open, generally they aren’t threatening in any way,” she said.
“When non-nudists come down, they realise we’re not so strange after all.”
Organiser David Pillar said the event helped people realise that nudists were “nice friendly people just out having fun”.
“It helps to raise awareness that we’re not the bad people we’re sometimes made out to be,” he said.
“When you get nudists together people don’t worry about what you look like … it’s the person inside that matters.”
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A reblog from Young Naturists America