Ex-Mackay naturist gives skinny on bare lifestyle
AN EX-Mackay naturist has returned to his home ground to vet opening a branch of the Adam and Eve Club.
Kerry Robinson grew up in Mackay and believes the number of people that live the lifestyle is around 50.
Mr Robinson is conducting interviews for membership as part of his homecoming.
“There are three groups of nude lifestyle people, there’s the home, domestic people and they wear whatever they want to in Mackay,” he said
“Then you have what you call event nudists like we used to do at Alexandra Bay beach carnival, we would have up to 700 people down there.
“And then you have what you call social nudists, we’ll play a game of tennis without clothes on.” Continued…Read full original article…
Source: Daily Mercury
Original publication 19th May 2018
Posted on NatCorn 25th May 2018
This Love Story Started At A Nudist Park
Ten years ago, Tracia Kraemer wanted to celebrate her 40th birthday by trying something new.
So she mustered her courage and visited Indian Hills, a nudist park in Louisiana.
At the very least, she figured she’d return home with a good story. “I thought I’d go to Indian Hills, get naked, get dressed and drive off,” she says.
But the people she met were so nice and welcoming, she says, that she decided to stay longer that day. “Soon after, I got a membership.”
Two years after that first visit, she met her husband-to-be, Patrick Kraemer, at the park.
“It was our third date before we saw each other dressed,” Tracia, now 50, remembers in a recent StoryCorps conversation with Patrick, 49. Continued…Read full original article…
Original publication May 4, 2018
Posted on NatCorn 5th May 2018
Nudist reveals the one thing that will get you thrown out at one of Britain’s oldest naturist camps
A regular at one of Britain’s oldest naturist clubs has revealed what action could see people asked to leave and what activities are available inside the camp
A nudist has revealed the one thing that will get people thrown out of one of Britain’s oldest naturist clubs.
Mo Thomas, a regular at the Yorkshire Sun Society, says the club doesn’t have many rules but anyone who gets “sexually stimulated” is asked to leave.
“We will give them a period to cool off but otherwise they have to go,” Mo said.
The naturist club in Hull is one of the oldest in the country after it was established in 1932.
It effectively runs a holiday camp for its naked members set in 26 acres of idyllic woodland, the Hull Daily Mail reports. Continued…Read full original article…
Original publication 29 APR 2018
Posted on NatCorn 29th April 2018