I arrived early at this small remote beach and was alone. I had been walking for a while wearing just my hat and shoes, so I was quick to jump into the water. Floating naked in the sea is one of those nice feeling. I swam for a while before heading back to my towel to enjoy the warmth of the sun.
The sea, in summer, is one of those places where nudity should be the norm and not the exception. Feeling the water around your body probably drives us back to womb memories. Another way to enjoy the sea is by kayaking, sailing or boating. All activities that go well with full nudity.
We keep hearing over the news that we need to protect our oceans. A way to protect our oceans and our planet is to get rid of clothes when they are not needed. There’s no need of clothes to swim in the sea. A way to educate people on the benefits of naturism is to get naked more often, the beach and the sea should be declared clothes optional areas.
Get Naked, Stay Naked, Live Naked and Share the Naked Love!
Photo by Michael Olsen on Unsplash
Totally agree….we lost our clothing optional beach here on Long Island….Lighthouse Beach…..would be so nice to have it back
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