There are very few activities that can't be done naked. Gardening, housework, sleeping, watching TV, there really is no obvious reason to get dressed. If you're comfortable in your naked skin, you are comfortable in your body. Being body comfortable helps with mental health and reduces stress.
Social conditioning is the main reason people are uncomfortable with nudity. It's seen as something abnormal. Our aim is to change this perception and to recondition people to accept that being naked is acceptable and normal.
Bathing costumes really do not have a practical use. Once you have tried swimming in the nude we defy you to go back to swimming in a costume. Nude swimming is the only way to swim.
There really is no specific occasion or time to be nude. At home in the garden. In the house doing the housework. Why not try sleeping naked?
David with his face painted at the 'Streak For Tigers' at London Zoo.
David has been a naturist since his early teens. He promotes naturism and the nude lifestyle whenever he can. David lives at Spielplatz, the naked village.
Tom is a nude life model and he lives at Spielplatz, the Naked Village. Here he is above tending to his garden at Spielplatz. Tom has modelled for thousands of life drawing classes in Schools and Colleges over many years and really thrives in the role. Introducing young people to the presence of a confident ‘normal person’ who enjoys being comfortably nude has become his special interest. He lives life in the nude as much as possible and is also a ‘Nude Ambassador’ writing and speaking in support of naturism for British Naturism.
After a while, you forget you're naked and you just get on with your day. Nude is normal for me all the time now.
The freedom of being nude around my home, it just seems silly to put clothes on.
Once you separate nude from sex then getting naked is just a sensible way to enjoy life. Nude recreation is healthy for the body and the mind.
It's more about the mind than the body. Nude is the natural state, dressed is unnatural. Once you understand that distinction it all makes sense.