The answer to the question posed in the title is simple: just like on any beach! Why are we going to the beach? For swimming, walking, resting, sunbathing, building sandcastles… The same is true on a textile beach as on a nudist one. The difference is the absence of those few inches of fabric called swimsuits. Nudity does not change anything, in any case, it should not change the behavior of beachgoers. So for those wondering what happens on a nudist beach where everyone is naked, the answer is: nothing different from a textile beach. Here are some elements to appreciate the context and to dispel a number of myths.
Naturist or Textile
The beach. Place of relaxation par excellence. You come alone or with your family to enjoy the sea, lake or river, and the sun. For a naturist, the beach is synonymous with nudity. The swimsuit is an incongruity on which you will find my opinion in an article calling for you to get rid of it. Unfortunately for naturists, not all beaches are nudist ones and wearing a swimsuit, even ridiculously small, is the only way to get there. Never mind, because apart from this piece of fabric, there is no difference between a textile beach and a naturist beach.
There are also single people, families, young, old, fat, thin, short, etc. the whole representation of human diversity. You can also be confronted with rude or noisy people. However, by going to a naturist beach, you will not notice any difference with a textile beach, apart from the nudity more or less well respected elsewhere.
This absence of difference must be of concern. It should make people aware that a naturist beach is not an open-air swinging club, a meeting place for sexual predators or a horror that should be hidden from the eyes of so-called normal people. A naturist beach is a beach, like all the others!
Source: Naturally Carolina
Original publication 23 November, 2020
Posted on NatCorn 11th December 2020
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