i agree with you,there is good naked and bad naked,i call or define the bad as porn,of sexual content,laced with profanity,the good i would call for good health and body confidence,self esteem,whatever one's difinition,i know why i choose to be nude,and i'm very care who i talk to even on facebook,View Thread
there's no place to go to swim in the nude,the best i can do the is exercising,i would like to find more equipment,like a treadmill,or what looks like a cycle,i do walk up and stairs in the basement,View Thread
i'm just new at it,i have exercise bench for my leg workout's,then i go to stairs that's goes to the basement,then media room where 2 small weights,for arm exercises,then sit up's,i try to run in place,it's refreshing and easy to work out 40-60 min's a day,it's a shame that a lot people give nudity such bad name,it's what's done nude that's either bad or wrong,View Thread
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