Swimming Nude is Better: You don't have to fight the waves to keep your swimming suit on. The water feels better against your bare skin than a wet swimming suit. When you get out of the water, a swimming suit stays wet and feels bad. When swimming nude, you won't get sand in your suit.
Nudity reduces laundry costs. Fewer washings reduce wear and fading, which in turn reduce how often you need to buy new clothes. Eating nude considerably reduces the chances of spilled food staining and ruining your garments. Deciding what to wear becomes a trivial decision instead of an often stressful decision.
Travelling for nude recreation cuts down on the amount of luggage that you need to carry. Nude backpacking reduces the amount of gear you need to carry on your back.
Psoriasis is a non-contagious skin disease that turns skin purple. Dermatologists have a treatment of sitting under a fluorescent light to simulate the sun's rays.
The sun causes the body to produce Vitamin D (dihydrxycholecalciferol). The more sun on the more skin, the better!
By allowing air to travel freely over the entire body, the body is better able to distribute heat. This allows you to actually be warmer in the winter (under blankets of course) and cooler in the summer.
Sunbathing nude prevents those nasty tan lines and allows the entire body to benefit from the positive effects of the sun.
Lyme disease is carried by the deer-tick. This little bug appears to bite when it lodges itself between clothing and skin. By being nude, they are much more easily brushed off before they can find a place to bite.
Sea lice or jellyfish larvae stings cause a painful, itchy rash. The sea lice sting when they get trapped between your suit and skin. The obvious conclusion is to reduce your swimwear to reduce the chances of getting stung.
This is a gay nudist social group, NOT a sex group.
This group is run as a circle of friends, which means there is NO membership fee, and the cost of the events is shared among us.
Updated 6/2/2020Back to Top