Do you sometimes walk around in your house whilst not wearing anything? Going around naked as on the moment you were born?
If so, you might be surprised to hear that you’re not allowed to just like that. If you walk by a window in your naked glory and someone from the street looks inside and sees you, that person can file a complaint against you for indecent exposure. Even when you’re in your own house! It doesn’t mean you’ll get arrested and thrown in jail, but there’s a good chance you get a warning from the police.
Now I have to add that I am not sure if this is true everywhere, but there are many places and countries where this is a fact. When you want to sit in your garden and feel the sunshine on all of your skin, you need to make sure that none of your neighbours can see you that way for the same reason. And don’t think that a good fence will be enough: if someone can see you from their upstairs rooms you’re at fault too.
Isn’t that dumb? No matter how liberated the world at large wants to feel, we’re constricted in our freedom by a morality forced upon us by a bunch of people who feel that nakedness is not a natural state of being. The more because it is a natural state of being. I have yet to hear about a baby being born with a diaper on…
I love it. Do you? Of course the environment has to be up for it, I’m not a polar bear, but when the weather’s nice or when I’m inside my home I prefer to wear nothing at all.
And yes, it excites me often to just go around naked inside. I appreciate the air on my skin.
It’s also good to go to nudist beaches once in a while. There’s a good assortment in France and people there are warm (in the sun) and friendly, and it’s always a treat to cast eyes on a few young and extremely well-formed females there. They love the attention and I love what I see so that’s a winning streak for both sides
Oh, absolutely, they give me a hard-on once every so often but that happens quite a lot there and no one seems to seriously mind.