A Reporter’s Dilemma: Should I Take My Clothes Off?

A New York Times reporter takes the plunge for a full immersion experience while interviewing the locals at a German naturist park. Particularly interesting are the reflections from long-time naturists who remember the meaning of social nudity before the wall came down in 1989 – and how the western influence has turned a non-event (getting naked with friends) into “a thing.” Interesting perspective, all the way around…

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3 thoughts on “A Reporter’s Dilemma: Should I Take My Clothes Off?

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  3. Haha! I found this too the first time I went to a naturist holiday park in New Zealand with my partner who is not worried. Everywhere I looked were penises and boobs! After a couple of days I got used to it and stopped trying to avert my eyes!

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