Controversial family nude swim returns to Waterworld this weekend

One session held last year saw around 20 protesters gather outside the entrance to Waterworld

A controversial nude family swim is returning to one of Stoke-on-Trent’s most popular attractions this weekend

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Scots nudist gran offering holiday chalet in naturist colony in deal to sell her home

Nudist Teena Gould is hoping to boost interest in her three-bedroom Georgian pad by including her chalet at Inchmurrin Island, Loch Lomond, a well known Nudist retreat as part of the sale.

As incentives go, some house-hunters might prefer to give this one the bum’s rush.


The freedom to go naked in public places

Naturists tend to be people who go. We love to spend our days without clothes, relaxed, enjoying life naked. But if there’s one thing we like to complain about, it’s that we’re always glued to designated areas.

Like a fenced-in resort or a well-hidden nude beach that takes forever to reach, on an often dangerous journey through steep trails.

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I Went Clothes Free in 2019 – 7 steps to spending less.

Okay okay I don’t mean I got around in the nude for all of 2019, that certainly would not be setting a good example for our young child (who does actually enjoy getting around in the nude). I’m not one for new year’s resolutions, honestly I think that they set you up to fail. If you are not committing to making your change on any other given day, then why would you commit to a challenge just because it is new year’s?


Cap d’Agde: A Day in the Famous Nude Village

Cap d’Agde probably doesn’t need an introduction. Many have visited the huge naturist resort at least once in their lives. Even if you haven’t been there yet, the name probably does ring a bell. Or you’ve already heard some stories about the place.

Those stories aren’t always very positive and that was the exact reason why we kept avoiding a visit to Cap d’Agde. Until now.

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West Nile virus: What you need to know about Spain’s other ‘deadly’ virus

With the news cycle dominated by rolling, twenty-four hour coronavirus coverage in the last six months, you’d be forgiven if news of the West Nile virus in Spain had passed you by.

Although the National Epidemiology Centre registered only seven cases of the Nile virus in Spain over the last decade,52 cases have been recorded in humans in last month alone, clustering in Andalusia, with numbers now increasing and at least four deaths in the province of Sevilla so far.


Naturist Images – Ego Versus Shadow

As a man of a certain age, and then a bit older, there is no question that all of the parts of my body aren’t in the best of physical conditions. For many, if not most of the men in the age range of 50s to … well older … virility often becomes the subject of critical focus. Let’s face it, though we can “get it up” after a fashion, there is no ability to “wow” anyone, let alone ourselves.

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Is it illegal to take pebbles from Cornwall beaches? Here’s the law

The question of whether it is illegal to remove pebbles from beaches in Cornwall and around the UK has been thrust back into the spotlight.

It comes after Stacey Solomon joked to fans on social media that she could be arrested, after taking pebbles from the beach while on a family holiday in Sidmouth, Devon this month.


Roseville Runner Finds Freedom In Naked Road Races

A few days ago, Jen Miller, who covers running for The New York Times, published a funny column about how she broke out of her pandemic gloom by entering the Bouncing Buns Clothing Optional 5K, a race run at a nudist resort in Pennsylvania.

That’s where Deadline Detroit learned of Bruce Freeburger, 69, who drove from Detroit to run in the same race and was quoted in her story.