The Naturist Talks: Mark And Tracey From The UK

Large NatCorn Logo
© NatCorn

[scf-post-title output=”strong”]

Naturism is a wonderful lifestyle that we try to enjoy as much as possible. In as many places as possible. Most of the time we share our own views on the different aspects of nudism but once in a while, we like to pass the mic to hear about how someone else’s experiences. Via this Naturist Talks interview series, we listen to naturists from all over the world. They share their experiences, tips and stories about naturism and thanks to them we keep learning about the different aspects of life in the nude.

Today we’re listening to Mark and Tracey, a naturist couple from the UK.


Hello Mark and Tracey, please tell us something about yourself

Hi, we are Mark & Tracey and we have been married now for 31 years. We have two sons and a daughter and Bob the dog. I (Mark) am also a petrol head and race myself. Our eldest son and Daughter are both now married which just leaves our youngest son still living at home. Tracey is now beginning to feel comfortable while nude and is a Hammers fan. She is also now an amputee of the left lower leg for 5 years.

How and at what age did you become a naturist?

For me (Mark), even when I was growing up I always liked the idea of going naked. I just never did until later in life – or call it a mid-life crisis – when I hit the mid-forties and started being more and more nude around the home. I’m also an avid barefooter and can be seen most times in whatever weather with bare feet.

I got Tracey to try a naked day at home which she did and liked (I’m so glad she did). As they say, the rest is history too, it took a couple of years as beginning home nudies before she felt comfortable enough going to a naturist club. Once there she was the first one stripped off, sat down in the chair with a drink in her hand and said: “It’s good here”.

Continued…Read full original article…

Source: Naked Wanderings

Original publication 30 December, 2019

Posted on NatCorn 27th January 2020

[scf-post-tag output=”p” separator=”, “]

Reference to an article does not infer endorsement of any views expressed.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

I accept the Privacy Policy