College Nudism Experience
One of the easiest things to do while nude is read a book, and a book about nudism is so appropriate. There's not a lot of books with nudity as the theme, so it's not hard to get them all under your belt. After reading a few you'll be a nude literary expert!
I'm not a professional book reviewer, so there's no guarantee this review of The "Volunteer" by D. H. Jonathan will knock your socks off. But it is FREE!
Danielle Keaton (Dani) is a sophomore at fictitious Coachella Valley University, located near the nonfiction Palm Springs. Dani is caught plagiarizing a paper and faces major repercussions. But along comes an offer from Dr. Slater of the Sociology Department. She needs a volunteer for a study concerning public nudity. If Dani spends the remaining two months of the semester continuously nude, all will be forgiven. Dani reluctantly accepts the offer. She confronts her entire social order being upended, her shame, and her fame.
The author deals with the believability of the situation at the beginning. Dani researches Andrew Martinez, who attended classes nude in the early 1990's at the University of California at Berkeley. Additionally, Dani is told by Dr. Slater public nudity is legal on campus.
The upheaval to Dani's social circle rings true. She loses friends and a romantic interest while gaining a new set with another romantic interest. (Many closeted nudists live with two sets of friends, nudists and textiles, as they believe their textile friends would not approve.) Dani also finds she was naive regarding friends and family not finding out back home in Texas.
Dani accommodates her heightened sexuality, as she's been conditioned by society and culture to link nudity with sex. At first she's driven to masturbate to relieve the sexual pressure her exposure generates. There are instances where she takes pleasure in having people look at her nude body. By the end of the semester the sexual thrill of her nudity recedes and the sensual enjoyment of being naked becomes primary.
The media discovers Dani's campus nudity. It starts with the campus paper and escalates to national coverage and appearances. As an attractive young female, the titillation factor puts the media into a frenzy. Even though Dani was naive to not anticipate media attention, she eventually uses it to advocate for increasing the acceptance of public nudity.
Over the two months of Dani's volunteerism, she is transformed. As expected, she begins as terrified, followed by accepting, and ending with enjoyment. She discovers the practical aspects of a nude lifestyle, its sensuality, and its empowerment.
In conclusion, the author shows an understanding of key aspects regarding social nudity. It's an honest portrayal of not only nudism, but an observation of America's fear of the naked form due to its Puritanical history.
No part of this review was written while clothed.
Thanks for the review.I look forward to reading it, going to download it from Kindle.LeePlease let me know what you think of it.
After all those years, I see I never commented on the book!???
It was a great story, I may have to read it again!
Thanks for the review.I look forward to reading it, going to download it from Kindle.LeePlease let me know what you think of it.After all those years, I see I never commented on the book!???It was a great story, I may have to read it again!There is a sequel now!