My next area was a 34 year old male with a BS in Business Administration. He

currently is employed with a financial institution. His interests include cycling, camping,
swimming, sporting events, and traveling. He readily acknowledges that he doesn’t have a
Trouble with social nudism. In reality, he believes that nudism is a kind of art and a manner of
expressing oneself Frequently times he gets frustrated when society identifies nudism with
perversion or sex. In his opinion those who oppose nudism are -minded or
not comfortable enough with themselves to freely express the nude body. My issue

Said that he not only finds it fascinating, but also supporting, the European culture
identifies with social nudism and doesn’t make an issue of it.
As one might anticipate, my theme doesn’t have a problem with nude beaches or
resorts. In fact he’s seen both places on several occasions acknowledging that his first
experience left him feeling a bit unsettled in not understanding what to anticipate. However, he was
Immediately reassured that with social nudity there are not any expectations and that everyone is
Comfy in simply being themselves. He says that nude beaches and resorts give nudists
the opportunity to gather without worrying about being harassed by the community and law
officials. Nevertheless, he mentioned that he’d like to encourage local governments to
allocate a location of the plage that would be plainly marked for permitting nudity. This would
give those who need to go bare the opportunity, as well as those who do not need to go
nude, the option to utilize another part of the beach.
In concluding my interview, I asked my matter why he believed folks decide to engage
in social nudism. His answer to my question was that many people enjoy the independence of
expressing themselves while bare, and societal nudism gives them the opportunity to meet
others with similar interests. Eventually, I asked him if he’d consider such a lifestyle
and he replied, “I already am a part of this lifestyle as I see nude beaches and resorts on a
Routine basis. I love having the opportunity to express my nudity in public. ” 7

My eighth issue was a 41 year old female who has a Bachelor’ s degree in Company
Management and is presently employed with a banking firm. She’s divorced and a single
mom. Her interests include watching her son play sports, shopping, golfing, biking, and
socializing with friends. She also mentioned that she enjoys attending college football, and
professional baseball matches.
as soon as I requested her to discuss her feelings about social nudism she said that
although it is not a lifestyle she’d personally consider, she’s not against it. She
expressed some concern for kids and non-nudists who may find nude beaches bad.
Yet my subject mentioned that nude beaches are okay as long as there are signs posted
Educating the public the plage is clothing optional. Nude resorts seemed to be more
appealing to my area because they’re more secluded and there would be some advanced
warning of what to anticipate. However, she stressed again that she would not engage in societal
nudism because, “I ‘m very self conscious about my body, and I enjoy garments too much.”8

Interview #9

My next subject was a 62 year old man. He is a human resource director with a
college degree. He enjoys sports, reading, cooking, and the artwork. He volunteered to be
interviewed while I was questioning his buddy about social nudism. He said that he’s
visited nude beaches in Wisconsin and Florida and found both areas to be similar in nature.

Yet, he said that the seashores in the Miami Florida area seem to bring a more
Different group of nudists as opposed to Wisconsin beaches.
Clearly my issue is in favor of nude beaches, but, he did state that signs should
be posted informing the people the place is clothing optional. Additionally he mentioned that
although a number of may see nude beaches solely for the perspective, a far greater amount of
Folks only enjoy the feeling of complete independence while sunning, walking, and swimming.
When asked if he would consider this kind of lifestyle, he said, “Probably not, but it’s
okay and actually no big deal. ” 9

Interview #10

My final issue was a 43 year old female. She’s married and has one son. When
asked to discuss her feelings about social nudism she declared that she actually doesn’t see
anything wrong with the lifestyle, nevertheless, it’s not something she would decide to participate
in. She said that she was brought up in a very conservative Catholic family and would
feel very uncomfortable going to a nude beach or resort. However, my subject did occur
to stumble upon a nude beach in Jamaica where some females were topless. Her immediate
reaction was incredulity, but after awhile she was fine with it, stressing that the
Encounter didn’t make her want to remove her top. Her closing remarks were, “I don’t
Believe social nudism is perverted. I believe some people feel comfortable with what God has