“The lessons learned is nudity is always associated with sex. That is not how it should be! Being nude in a social setting is not about being sexually explicit. For me it’s about being free and comfortable in my own skin. To be able to feel the wind and textures against my skin. To be FREE and ME without judgment but with joy and playfulness, it’s liberating.”
Read more: http://homeclothesfree.wordpress.com/2012/10/18/when-friends-ask/#more-12601
Justin and Pam, first visit to Bare Oaks, 7/2012
Two Young Lovers On Dock III (Bare Oaks, 2012)
See my last post, anon.
An ask sent to me by an Anonymous user which, for some reason, I cannot answer using the answer button.
Thank you for being a troll. It gives me the chance to respond to you in the same, smart-Alec, way. NSFW, in terms of the net, means images or content that would be frowned upon by employers, should an employee be perusing said content at work. Nudity, in most professional settings, would definitely be considered Not Safe For Work. So, in conclusion, take things in context and stop being a troll. Thank you.
That’s me, to the left.
My first nudist photo, my name is Steve and I have been a huge fan of nudism/naturism for a long time, and I try to be nude as often as possible. This was my first opportunity to do so as part of a group in a public venue, and it was so much fun, very freeing. I would like to thank everyone who partook in the World Naked Bike Ride in Toronto for making it so much fun!