Saturday, January 6, 2007

Nudism not so strange after all

According to a 2006 study by the Naturist Education Foundation/Roper Poll, 54% of Americans support having public land set aside for nude sunbathing. (View nudist research here)

The American Association for Nude Recreation (AANR) has over 50,000 members.

The AANR has 270 affiliated clubs and resorts where you can take your clothes off.

As I wrote in Nudist Travel Guide Blog, there are a lot of good fun activities at these types of clubs and resorts including:

1. Lounging on the beach or by a pool

2. Swimming / skinny-dipping

3. Picnics at nudist campgrounds and dining at resort restaurants

4. Hiking naked

5. Camping au naturel

6. Nude petanque

7. Nude volleyball

8. Nude ping-pong

9. Nude tennis

10. Dancing at dance night at a nudist campground

1 Comment:

MandT said...

Two words of advice for those thinking about making that first step toward comfortable nudism; Haulover Beach. This beach in south Florida is phenomenal. My wife and I went there in October and it was great. She was not apprehensive at all and was nude within 2 minutes of us hitting the beach. She is extremely attractive so it didn't take long for her to draw A LOT of attention but nobody was rude or made us feel uncomfortable in any way.
If you go, you will notice a great mix of older couples, gay men, and young (late 20s) couples like ourselves. Inhibition is tossed to the wind and if your like us, the minute you leave you can't wait to go back. We plan to in early March. If any others who read this and are first timers or have apprehensions, write back. We'd love to meet you and help you experience this extraordinary atmosphere.