Emily Yoffe (a columnist for Slate
) has a job that sends her on all manner of exciting adventures. Usually, they involve clothing, but not this time. For her most recent article
, she shed her clothes -- all of them. Apparently, journalists enjoy visiting nudist resorts because Lonely Planet's Tamara Sheward recently did the same thing
and has some advice for would-be copycats. (Complete with a gallery of the best nude events and beaches
.) But sorry bachelors, apparently most nudist clubs only allow couples and single women. Eureka
, in the UK, is an exception. (No links contain sexual content.)
posted by GnomeChompsky
on Sep 8, 2010 -
I'm getting better at volleyball, too.
Parents looking to add a little excitement to their kids summer routine have a new option in Florida and Arizona (and soon in Texas)... Nudist Summer Camp for Teens. According to this NYT article kids at the nudist camp really don't see what the big deal is. The camps are organized by the American Association for Nude Recreation
(Link NSFCWP) who seem to be on the ball in terms of safety and providing a good environment for the kids. The article also introduces a new TLA; COG - for Creepy Old Guy. If you're interested in sending the youngsters to a camp they'll remember for years to come - this page sheds light on what they can expect
So, would you send your kids to the camp? Have you been to a nudist resort yourself? How's your vollyball game?
posted by DragonBoy
on Jun 18, 2003 -