I'm 26 years old and currently living in Aventura, Florida. Besides nudism I also enjoy playing pool, listening to all kinds of music (except country and gangsta rap), working with computers, and talking about cars. It felt weird at first, for a while I was self conscience of my body. It felt so nice to swim without an suit I loved that experience and wanted to do it again.
Not because anything was wrong, just because I had never been nude in my room before I guess. What I felt I can only describe as the most awesome sense of freedom I have ever felt in my entire life! It was simply awesome to be nude outside in the fresh air and sun! After that I went back to blacks several more times.
Literally meaning "Freedom of Body Culture", the term stands behind a popular freedom movement of going nude to parks, camps and social gatherings.
Let me start of by giving you a little info about myself. I don't know exactly why but I thought I would be more comfortable if I took off my underwear, so I did.
It is an excellent learning in order to free oneself from shame, to enjoy simple pleasures, to find more authenticity in the relationship with others, to develop respect and benevolence towards others. Nudist movements have been pioneers in this harmonizing and liberating experience. For most of us, exposing our skin to the rays of a not too intense sun is very pleasant and we like to undress as much as possible for this purpose.
FKK is a German term that is commonly associated with outdoor nudity; especially among the young.I ran to a sort of isolated part of the beach (only a few people around me and were not that close.) I took off my shoes, socks, and t shirt. I then was relaxed and comfortable enough to say to my self I want to get nude and see what it feels like. I went to college in Santa Barbra and I discovered More Mesa. I told her the truth, they all just laughed and gave me a hard time about it but were not offended or mad or anything so it was cool.Since that time, I have been to two nudist resorts in CA. The people there were very friendly and made me feel welcome there.This clip below only leaves one major question — where do they put the microphones?, a competition show about artists who use nude people as their canvases.