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Kissimmee woman at Cypress Cove honored for 30 years of promoting nudist lifestyle

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Unbeknownst to many, the nudist movement in North America has been quietly and steadily growing since its introduction to our shores in the early 1900s.

In recent years, there has even been a considerable uptick of interest and participation by newcomers to au natural recreation, thanks to the work of nudist proponents like Carolyn Hawkins, who recently received the nudist movement’s Hall of Fame Award recognizing her 30 years of promoting clothing-free living. Hawkins lives and works at Cypress Cove Nudist Resort in Kissimmee.

Carolyn Hawkins
Carolyn Hawkins

It might be surprising to learn that such an award exists. After all, nudism is kind of a fringe lifestyle, right? Seriously. How many people even do this?

Actually, quite a few, and you might even know someone. Nudism encompasses more than just a desire to throw off the shackles of clothing and with it our inhibitions. It is really a philosophy of living that prefers the freedom of a natural existence, no matter what you happen to be doing.

“People do very normal things in the nude,” Hawkins said. “They skinny dip in their pools and hot tubs, clean the house, sleep nude, garden, and sun in the privacy of their own backyards. Then you have nude travel and vacations, going to nudist resorts, nude camping, hiking, and even nude cruises.”

“People do very normal things in the nude, they skinny dip in their pools and hot tubs, clean the house, sleep nude, garden, and sun in the privacy of their own backyards. Then you have nude travel and vacations, going to nudist resorts, nude camping, hiking, and even nude cruises.”

Carolyn Hawkins

Hawkins has more than 30 years of experience explaining just why people would want to take off their clothes in mixed company. And she is quick to point out that it is not about being sexual.

“Quite to the contrary, it’s simply about being comfortable in your own skin and enjoying the freedom of basking in the sun and being stress-free,” she said.

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Source: Osceola News Gazette

Original publication 25 July, 2020

Posted on NatCorn 19th August 2020

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