Many nudist resorts and clubs have restaurant and bars. I’ve noticed that although, most of the times, nudity is accepted, people tend to dress. Of course, if the evenings are cooler than the days and the restaurant/bar is outside, wearing something may be required for comfort purpose, but otherwise, stay naked.
As with many other activities, nudity is comfortable. So why getting dressed when having a drink at your resort bar? You may say that it’s pleasurable to wear some nice clothes. While it’s true, you can also wear some nice jewelry and stay naked. It’s a way to “get dressed” while staying naked.
Being naked, you will set an example also. I’ve seen sometimes one or two nudists naked at the bar while the rest of the crowd was dressed, and this gives the courage to others to get naked. I understand more and more places are becoming “clothes optional” and people use the pretext to wear more clothes than necessary. While I may be a dreamer, I feel being naked in all circumstances is what make a nudist setting what it is. So, stay naked, and head to the bar for a cool drink!
Did you have a drink naked? How do you feel about it? Tell us about your experience in the comments below.
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A nudist resort should be just that and nudity should be required at all times throughout the entire resort with the exception of cold weather. The nudist resorts need to adhere to the principles of nudism, no clothing allowed, that should apply to the entire resort staff as well. Bare Oaks Nudist Resort in Toronto, Canada, operates as such as they should and that’s appreciated!
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