First time bare in public? Thatis an excellent question.

So young that I can not remember. My maternal grand-parents were practical and frugal, and that set the approach towards clothing. Don’t get your clothes dirty.
As a child, I had a vitamin D deficiency, and there were two options, cod liver oil (yuk) and more sunlight. Since sunshine was free and my parents didn’t have to induce me to take it, playing naked was the solution.
As a child I didn’t have a bathing suit or a tuxedo. “Why buy something that you’ll barely ever use?” Visiting the beach was a special event, perhaps twice per year, and when we did, it was to one end of the seashore. Father went in the water in his panties. Granny brought another house dress to wear in the water.
Would you think that my family was really spiritual at this time? They were, but meant do not flaunt your wealth, not conceal what God created, your body. When I was a teenager/young adult there were lots of locations in the Lower Mainland that we’d go to and bash and skinny dip, but the majority of them have become regional parks now. My first wife did not have a problem with nudity, she would strip anytime and anyplace. I was too conservative.
The reply was “I Will go, but I am wearing a bathing suit.” While chasing one of my sons, she fell from her top, and off it arrived. About 10 minutes after, “What the hell.” and off came the remainder. We found and joined the old Sunny Trails Club in Surrey, and have been part of ordered nudism ever since.
We’re likely not true Nudists/ Naturists because we truly believe that nakedness is natural and not sexual. They really do not, or there won’t be so many rules to show that it isn’t. Don’t do this or that, or don’t wear this or that, because it might appear to be sexual.

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