In the first years of marriage my wife and I had a substantial amount of nude time, but with the exception of camping, never more than a few hours at a time. Even then, the longest time was for the most of three days on a camp-out. As kids came along and they got older, the time got less and less…until one day.
I had been in a wooded area in a t-shirt and small nylon gym shorts making my way through chest high brush. What I was unaware of was that mixed in the brush was a substantial amount of poison oak, which I am acutely allergic to.
The result was that 90-95% of my body ended up being covered with poison oak. I went to the doctor who gave me the strongest thing known to medical science for poison oak and it worked wonderfully. Within a couple of hours I did not itch…as long as the affected area did not come in contact with anything… including clothing. Immediately, it was fully acceptable to be nude as it was due to a medical condition and no one thought anything of it. This continued for a full week and I was almost over it when I put the same shorts on to go out front during the day and that was when I discovered that the shorts had not been laundered enough and some of the oil was still present and I was re-infected. The good side of that was that it meant another week of no clothes.
When friends would call about coming over, I would tell them the situation and give them a warning, ‘I will be nude and as long as it doesn’t bother you, it doesn’t bother me. Only one person did not come in and that was the wife of a friend I had only met once prior to that. Another friend’s wife brought over their baby daughter for us to babysit and one of her first comments was, ‘Mind if I look?’ During that time numerous friends and my mother all came over and there was absolutely no issue with the fact that I was nude and no one was uncomfortable with it.
All in all, it was a most enjoyable experience and it only made me long all the more more to be like that all the time.
It’s not that I am recommending getting covered in poison oak, but it is one way of being in a nude state and seen as if not normal at least acceptable and natural.