RE:Nudity and towels - Nonpublic settings

We have always had towels handy, for ourselves and our guests. There are also plenty of moist wipes in each of our bathrooms. There is no excuse not to use them or even wash your undersides while nude. It is only good hygiene and the right thing to do.

We even keep a good supply of towels and a couple of light cover-ups in the car, that way there are no excuses when we visit friends or have a spontaneous nude outing.

Even growing up, mom and dad kept an ample supply of towels in the back of all 3 cars. We did had a few occasions to use them when visiting friends. The ones in the station wagon were generally for 'camp' use,
as that was our "going to camp" car. Mom was also a big fan of slip covers on the den furniture, kind of as an emergency back-up measure, I think.

As I recall back then, even being a nudist home, we generally did laundry 3 times a week - mostly towels!

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RE:Nudity and towels - Nonpublic settings

i hosted a young man last month who admitted he had no social nude experience before staying here for the night. The first thing we did was to soak in the hot tub. When we got out and dried off before he sat down he said " I assume sitting on a towel is the correct way to do be right?"
I told him yes, but then pointed out that here in my own house that I am really bad about sitting on towels. I pretty much have sat my naked ass down about anywhere it can be sat over the years.

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RE:Nudity and towels - Nonpublic settings

We have always had towels handy, for ourselves and our guests. There are also plenty of moist wipes in each of our bathrooms. There is no excuse not to use them or even wash your undersides while nude. It is only good hygiene and the right thing to do.We even keep a good supply of towels and a couple of light cover-ups in the car, that way there are no excuses when we visit friends or have a spontaneous nude outing.Even growing up, mom and dad kept an ample supply of towels in the back of all 3 cars. We did had a few occasions to use them when visiting friends. The ones in the station wagon were generally for 'camp' use,as that was our "going to camp" car. Mom was also a big fan of slip covers on the den furniture, kind of as an emergency back-up measure, I think.As I recall back then, even being a nudist home, we generally did laundry 3 times a week - mostly towels!
Saw somewhere that you know you are a nudist when there are more towels that clothes in the laundry!

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