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I’d have been about 15-16 years old in the time (I am 22 now) and it was very much an intentional thing. My family are not nudists, nor does anyone else I know do that (that I am aware of). I just always remember feeling great when I walked about naked in my bedroom of after a shower. I appreciated how amazing it felt to possess the atmosphere around me surround every bit of my body. So, this one day i went along the street, it was rather overcast and it seemed like it was going to rain so I knew there wasn’t likely to be anyone going about. By the time i got there it was pouring with rain, but I understood I was not going to back out of that. No chance. Because the location was rural i didn’t have much reluctance taking my clothes off, I had time to think it over before I went and by the time i got there i figures providing nobody was there then I’d be great with it.
From that day on I would spend time at home in the nude, but nowhere else. I did it in private and nobody ever understood about it. Last September i jetted off to Australia. I’d learned that there was a local nudist beach nearby (less than 30 minute car journey) and I always wanted to go and check it out. Several months went by and I went to a public clothing just beach along the road on a nice summers day.
It was the first time I’d really taken my shirt off on a busy beach, I had always been self concious of my body even though I am not that big a individual. I then went into the water with my shorts on. But not long before I got in I pulled my trunks down as I was interested to see what it felt like with what felt like nothing ont. It was great! I stood in the deep water with my trunks down and my shirt off, it was as if I was nude. I knew nobody could see me, so I presumed it’d be ok. With this time it was the turn of the brand new year. I had a car, and I could just go wherever I needed and when I needed. So my ideas went back to that nudist beach nearby. I jumped into my car and drove to the beach. There were folks there already which I had expected there wouldn’t be. It was the very first time I had actually seen as many nude people before, so it was a funny moment. I walked to the end of the shore which was most abandoned and sat on my towel for around 15 minutes believing that I was not going to leave without doing this. I just knew I needed to do it at least once. The sun was out and it absolutely was hot, so I took my top off and put on some sun lotion. The longer i stood there the more folks arrived, so I had to do something soon. So, I just pulled down my shorts and i was fully exposed. I then formed a dash into the water which initially was extremely cold, but how great it was to be in the water knowing that nobody cared if I was nude or not.
I stayed in the water for up to around 2 hours. People were laying down next to my towel and clothes and i started to feel a bit unusual knowing that when I leave folks are going to see me. I went back the following day and did it all again, this time I really had no ease in undressing. I just felt good, so I took my clothes off as soon as I got to the shore and walked along in the nude. As the day passed I slowly moved closer to the larger groups of individuals and sat amongst them. It’s without doubt the most natural I have ever felt. And it’s an experience everyone should try at least once, it makes you question the function of clothes. Granted when it is cold, you must wear clothing but I see no other motive to wear them other than that. Yesterday morning i walked along the street to where i first did http://1115.us and once again stripped off. I walked a good half mile along that private road (link fields to fields) and it got me thinking about nudism. I sit here at home and I ‘m bare because nobody is here, it’s just great. I am hoping to stick around here for a bit if nobody minds.