He isn’t a clothes-minded guy — he’s a typical college student who goes to class, does homework, hangs out with friends and attends mass on Sunday mornings. But this electrical engineering senior, who asked to remain anonymous, would prefer to be naked most of the time, temperature permitting.
Recently he’s decided to share his desire to be free and meet other potential nudist students by forming Geaux Bare: The Nudist Club at LSU.
“It’s not about what other people think, its about how you think about yourself because you have to live with your body.”
He said he wants other University students to experience the nudist world and meet people they wouldn’t normally meet in the clothed world.
“The clothes kind of place barriers around the social structure; when you’re naked, those barriers are gone,” he said.
He said nudism is something personal to him and although he is not ashamed of who he is, he is not sure what the consequences of being labeled as a nudist may be.
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