Posted: Aug 16, 2012
|I first ventured into the world of nudism at the age of 10 because of an illness, of all things. I had scarlet fever. Because of the fever, I couldn't stand to wear clothes. I started going nude in my bedroom. I got over the scarlet fever, but not the enjoyment of being nude. My mother walked into my bedroom and found me naked a couple of times, while I was sick. She chalked it up to me being more comfortable.|
Since I liked being undressed, I began to do it more often. I would come home from school, go straight to my bedroom, get undressed, and do my homework. Again, my mother caught me, but she just chose to ignore. I think she thought I was going through "a phase".
Now, 40 years later, I'm still naked in the house. I'm twice divorced. My first husband would occasionally go nude around the house with me, but he didn't enjoy it as much as I did. My second husband tolerated it, but he was raised in a household where you didn't even go barefoot in the house, outside the bedroom. Socks at the very least.
I never considered myself a "nudist", until a friend informed me that yes, I was indeed a nudist. Well, whaddya know? Knock me over with a feather! :) He told me about the AANR. I found my resort, White Tail, there. I had no idea there would be a nudist resort in Va, and I had lived here all my life.
I wanted to go, but there was no way I was going by myself. He also told me about another nudist website. I joined, and after about a month of being on there, met someone who offered to take me to White Tail, so I could see what it was like. I accepted his offer. Apparently I had a 'deer in the headlights' look as he was showing me around, because he jokingly said "you aren't going to do this, are you?" I took the challenge, got undressed, and hung out by the pool. I was so relaxed that I didn't want to leave. I went back, by myself, for open house, and have been going every Saturday since. It only took me 40 years to discover the enjoyment, relaxation, and comraderie of social nudism, but now that I have, there is no going back.
So, that is my story. The rest, as they say, is history.
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