AFTER British Naturism gained 1,100 members last year, Amy Nickell explains why wearing no clothes is the hottest trend in fashion.
To most people, getting naked in front of strangers is the stuff of nightmares – but as soon as temperatures soar I can’t wait to get my kit off.
The nudism organisation British Naturism gained 1,100 new members in 2020 — so it seems losing your clothes is fast becoming the hottest trend in fashion.
If it’s sunny — well, that’s licence to strip off.Amy Nickell
And for me, stripping off is synonymous with the joys of summer. As the UK gears up for 16 days of sweltering heat and we all get set to slather on the SPF, I can’t wait to don my summer uniform of not very much at all.
A summer top is a bikini at least, a crop top at most, legs will be bared until October and clothes are replaced with essential sunscreen instead.
To be clear, the way I dress in summer would have me sent packing off an easyJet flight. If it rains, wear a raincoat, if it snows, grab a scarf, and if it’s sunny — well, that’s licence to strip off.
I quickly realised naturism has nothing to do with sex and more to do with losing any shame you have.Amy Nickell
If this offends you, then kindly look the other way.
In short, I am all for women wearing whatever they want, whenever they want — I even went on telly to promote the merits of naked sunbathing.
Original publication 3 June, 2021
Posted on NatCorn 8th June 2021
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