Has the pandemic directed you in nude ways?

Has the pandemic directed you in nude ways?

Covid-19 has swept across the globe like a deadly assassin seeking out our elderly and those with weakened immune systems. Like many, I’ve read about pandemics such as the Spanish Flu, but this will be one for the books. I’ll be sure to share with my grandkids how Sheltering-in-Place was an odd time of not knowing what day it was; how pj’s were a staple outfit; how I binge watched shows and consumed my weight in wine.

I’ll recount how within a week of lock down people were getting the hang of video conference calls and making do. I’ll share how funny headlines popped up like “Walmart Reports Increased Top Sales but not Bottoms” - apparently the Donald Duckin’ it look was trending. And then there were the hilarious screenshots shared of “Bob” naked in a Zoom video conference call and getting busted by his co-workers. There’s even the Good Morning America reporter who went on air with no pants and it was visible to amused viewers. Zoom became the new norm for social happy hours with loved ones. Truenudists.com even got a mention in a Forbes article stating nude Zoom parties are a fun and safe social way people are connecting.

Becoming comfortable at home and more unproductive by the day, I wondered if this was a great chance for people to practice nudism at home. Can’t think of a better time for a “Screw the pj’s, who wants to do laundry anyway” type of attitude. As time has passed we’ve seen a spike of new users as well. Those who have enjoyed being nude at home and are sincerely curious about the lifestyle.

In the US, as many states are slowly opening up non-essential businesses, I wonder if Clothing Optional resorts will see an increase in nude guests. I’m curious to see how many of you will take the physical leap into naturism once we have some semblance of normality. Covid-19 has brought some clarity and focus as to what bucket list experiences some want to have once this has passed.

What will you do with your newfound respect for nudism while social distancing? Many will likely flock to those they've missed during this time. Some will emerge from their home craving a sense of adventure. What about you? Will you take advantage of the outdoors with a nude hike or visit a hot spring? Maybe venture out to the nearest nude resort to get a tan and play some water volleyball? Or even baby steps and tiptoe into a backyard pool for a refreshing skinny dip. You might even think eh, I’m good with being nude at home for now. At the end of the day, it doesn’t matter which you choose as long as you’re comfortable in your birthday suit, you’ve gained some body positivity and you enjoy your naturist experience. There’s so much to explore in this beautiful world and the possibilities are limitless.

Cheers and stay safe!

Tags : Coronavirus, Covid-19, Nudism

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  • I hope that nude is going to be tolerated in public places after COVID, also in the workplace
    • I put up "Clothing Optional signs in the backyard. So far not many takers but . . ?
      • so cover the mouth and keep the distance
        • Vitamin D is the best natural defence against COVID-19!
          • Continues to affect me even after getting fully vaccinated - just exposed yet again to a positive COVID person who was also fully vaccinated. So still causing life interruptions. But at least weather getting warmer so can start venturing out nude more (or as close as I can legally get in my minimal attire).
            • It's because of the pandemic that I got into taking and posting nude selfies. I found that I really enjoy it!
              • My nude massage by my nude therapist came to a screaching with the virus. More than a year now.
                • Looking forward to getting out and visiting Serendipity in the North Georgia mountains in the near future.
                  • Look what I can do, I'm sure you will not regret! we will fun together. My contacts ==]] bit.do/fNVgo
                    • Yes . Local Sunclub was members only. Felt like a private home resort. Maybe 4-6 people there during the week . My wife and I do take out food and grocery's only. Rockhaven is opening reservations for guests Limiting the numbers for social distancing as Tennessee opens up. Lets hope we gwet back to normal!!
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