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Within this sub culture community of social nudists I'm quite curious in keeping the notion of personal privacy. We don't have the same notion of personal privacy as the fabrics.
For Fabrics, the complete concept of private privacy has a modesty to immodesty ratio that heavily incline toward modesty - from our perspective. Our overall notion of personal privacy heavily leans toward immodesty - from their point of view. Theirs and our limits of private privacy are in distinct locations. For us the nude is no longer a private thing. Our immodesty has limitations, however. I am interested in finding where those limitations, both for myself and for the recognized community.
I remember being on my first visit of the local club, and getting the tour across the property. I was surprised at finding that the showers were unisex and open-plan. Thinking back it all makes sense, but back then I was coming from a point of view of a just-coming-out closet nudist (essentially a fabric). beach freedom see showering as somewhat toilet-orientated. I believe most nudist do not. Some of us are simply not comfortable about washing each of their bits and bums with others. Those areas need a concentrated effort if it's definitely going to be done properly. I am now comfortable giving the regions a quick once over. Everyone's got touches and bottoms after all.
Dressing and undressing is fundamentally 'Textile'. Almost naturism of use will just put on or take off at will, without the need of some privacy to do so. Textile street fashions - particularly girls' fashion - are moving toward being less modest. Over the years pants have been worn lower to showcase the panties underneath. Tops are somewhat more transparent, showing bras and camisoles beneath. Skirts are made in this way that the they're readily blown up by the wind. There's a slow trend to being less modest and more - in a way - nudist .
I give it 50 years and New Zealand will be a societal nudist nation. Our private solitude will extend to having unisex open plan showers at the local swimming pool. I am hoping I can see the years outside until then.
Written and Illustrated by Al McAldy.)