Ever since I was a kid I was interested in the naked body.

My curiosity began from seeing a shower curtain in my parents bath room that had a naked girl on it. Then I saw my grandpa walking naked to the bathroom, when my grandparents stayed at my parents house for a visit.
I think my mum was or is into nudism, because she did not wear panties, instead she wore pantyhose. I think my parents may have tried swinging, because one morning we children found a pin-the-boobs-on-the-smasher poster still hanging on the den wall from one of their celebrations they had the night before. Me and my brother would also look through my dad’s playboy magazines while our parents were out shopping.
All these things made me interested but mainstream society depicted nudist as quacks, along with the body as smelly and dirty.
A another thing that pulled me closer to nudism was the naked travel magazines I’d see in book stores.
Well, I started nudism with skinny dipping, and bare hike at golf courses through the night.
Then I graduated to hiking naked during the day in woods and parks.
I now wear clothes when I ‘ve to to function in a clothed society.
I don’t have any shame in nudism because I believe we were created by a God
and not the consequence of evolution,and that he made every living thing, and then he created man and his wife. He demanded them to be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth, and have dominion over all of the earth. As well as the man and the girl were naked and had no shame.
The second reason I have no shame is because all of God’s creature are bare. I really don’t see them crafting themselves clothed, or attempting to hide their bodies out of shame.
What I’d like to investigate http://x-public.com is social nudism. The only thing that is holding me up with this experience is a lot of the nudism resort around here charge $80 to spend one day at their resorts.
The second problem is lots of resort do not allow single men.

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