NY times offers tips on going socially clothes free

How to Be Naked in Public

Choose your activities carefully. Swimming is the easiest for beginners. Volleyball and other jumping sports are more challenging. Yoga can be particularly intimidating, even for committed nudists.

Don’t be surprised if you occasionally experience phantom clothes. After decades of living as a naturist — his preferred term and the one used in Europe — Deschênes still sometimes reaches to pull up his nonexistent pants after using the restroom.

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Curator’s note:Stephane Deschenes owner operator of Bare Oaks naturist park in Toronto Canada was interviewed for the article. 

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