Makes The Heat And Humidity Worth It
The up side to living where it’s warm and humid most of the year is outdoor activities. Enjoying the outdoors with minimal fuss and little or no clothing comes to mind, if you like the idea of communing with nature, or simply your own backyard, without the formality of attire of any kind. Because we often think of the south as conservative and therefore non-nude friendly, it’s anything but. In the fact the first time I ever skinny-dipped with a woman was in North Carolina–at her suggestion. I’m a guy who used to have trouble controlling himself while watching “Petticoat Junction” on TV.
As for photography, with digital cameras now everywhere I can almost guarantee that if you go to a nude beach you’ll appear in someone else’s camera (and no doubt eventually online). That’s just how it is these days (and was behind our “Tweet Yourself Nude”folly following the Anthony Wiener debacle–over eight thousand complied before Twitter got on to us). As for subject matter, one of my favorites concerns “nudist changing on the beach.” In other words, when you arrive or depart, you’re either removing or putting back on your street clothes. Some women are very artful in how they do it .
There’s a southern mystic with girls, of the region, an easy charm and sweet manner that, when naked or topless on a beach, can be utterly disarming. The conservative tone you often associate with southern women is sometimes hard to manage emotionally–their nudity doesn’t change their usual formality.
If beaches aren’t available or nearby, there’s always the backyard. There are a surprising number of searches online for “backyard nude sunbathing” and I admit is it a bit intriguing, especially when you’re taking a neighborhood and pass by a practitioner (I’m tall so fences don’t necessarily guarantee privacy).
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