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Imagine going to a place where wearing clothing is
not required. A place where families can come
together and enjoy a day unlike any other. Indoor or
out, summer or snow, friends shed it all for a different
kind of living. A life free of crippling social
inhibitions with no need for repressive clothing.
Explore pure nudism to witness naturists practice what
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Kimberly's Story For those of you who know me, this
won't be a surprise, but I was raised as a nudist. In fact, I was home-schooled
until I was almost 13 and had to attend a public school. I had always wore
clothing for those occasions when we had to go into town for whatever reason,
but if it was warm...I didn't wear much. And most of those clothes were homemade
by my mother, so I definitely wasn't the fashion queen!
But when I had to go to public school, the
clothing thing became a serious issue really
fast. Kids didn't get my clothes, and I quickly became the butt of many jokes
about my mother and father's economic state. They guess quite wrongly, while we
weren't affluent, we certainly never struggled. But it became obvious that I
would have to try to mimic the styles that others were wearing. But I hated it.
I hated the image that clothing gave to people. Everything I wore, it seemed,
sent a message to everyone, if only that I was trying to conform.
By the time I got into high school, I had matured enough to where I just didn't
care anymore. Coincidentally, this was about the same time that I reached the
bottom of the popularity ladder and joined the computer club. I was then in
jeans and a t-shirt everyday, no matter the occasion, except maybe I wore some
specific for "spirit" day.
So, although I came to accept wearing clothes, and the messages it sent, I have
never liked it. When it became necessary to look for a job, I discovered a
totally new range of messages that clothes sent. You guys, I think, have it
easy, a suit is a suit. But women's business suits, egad! The variety and taste
and function of a woman's business suit leaves something to be desired in my
So now, I attend college and I work. I find myself more clothed than nude. But
at the same time, I have come to accept that I am still me, and still naked
under my clothing. A fact that would become obvious if any of you met me in
person, outrageous, hard-headed opinions and all. But I do long for those times
when I was a kid and could spend literally a week or more without a stitch of
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