Information for the Naked European Walking Tour 2018. The cost for participating in the hut group is usually @175 Euros, and @50 for the tent group, usually via PayPal with more details available from each group leader only via personal invitation. Space is usually fairly limited, (and we have to know reliable numbers to book … Read moreInformation and registration details
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There'll be a Meet and Greet at The Testwood Pub, Salisbury Rd, Totton, SO40 3ND.
Wednesday the 17th of May from 7pm onwards
Please inbox me if interested.
Christmas & New Year events are obviously happy times to enjoy, not always! We decided to just have a small, cosy group of people in our home to celebrate with us. We had near family people, we had neighbours from both sides of us, we made it really clear that it would be ‘clothes optional’ too. … Read moreBeing investigated?
Stephen Peter Gough (born 13 May 1959), popularly known as the “Naked Rambler”, is a British activist and former Royal Marine and prisoner of conscience. In 2003–04, he walked the length of Great Britain naked, but was arrested when he did it again in 2005-06. Since then he has spent most of the intervening years … Read moreGough – 2003 Rambler
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I used to be an Apple fan and I couldn’t imagine life without Apple. The first stroke of epiphany came when my wife ditched her iPhone and got herself an Android. I played around with her phone and I knew I had been shortchanged all these years usin
I love the term clothing optional, it has the capacity to cover so many things.
I am fascinated by clothes, and by clothing norms. For example in hot weather a woman can wear a light dress, with the freedom that can bring, men however, in western culture,
Living in a 'clothes-free' home was about as natural as it can be, there was no pressure at all to put clothes on or to take them off. It was usually more comfortable to get rid of outdoor clothes once indoors! depending on the levels of heating