by Philip

I always felt more comfortable without clothes and so I used to strip off and run round a small wood. I found it lowered stress.

I went to live on the Isle of Wight and used to find a spot on the cliffs overlooking the Solent to sunbathe. I only discovered other naturists from H&E when I went to live in Surrey and then I joined Eureka club.

I first went in late autumn and stripped off in the warm club room with only a few others around. Even then I was anxious to be outdoors and went for a cold walk in the woods and grounds.

The next Summer I went to the naturist beach at Hastings - cycling from the station, I must have been fit then. I visited Cap D'Agde and spent a fortnight naked - it was wonderful.

It was great to walk around, go shopping, have a drink and do everything naked. It was September, so low season, but there were several English people about and so I met some like minded souls.

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May 21, 2020
Similar beginnings
by: Anonymous

I found that when I stayed at Cap d'Agde most people dressed for the evening. My compromise was to wear a shirt, but stay bottomless.

Like you, my naturism began with short Secret walks in woodland. Growing up in the 80s, male semi-nudity seemed more accepted than it is today. I can remember seeing men gardening or working outside the house with no top on and sometimes only swimming trunks and underpants on the bottom half. So all this inspired me, and led to naturism itself.

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