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We always swim nude at home and plan most of our vacations at nude resorts but with with I frequently find myself staying in hotels and I ONLY stay in hotels with indoor pools during the colder months and when swimming there I will wear a minimal G-string at most.

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I only swim in the nude done it for years..!!

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I gave all my swim trunks away to a charity a couple of years ago, then weeks later I was invited to a friend's house for a pool party. She probably would have been cool with me being naked, her guests on the other hand...

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We prefer to not wear swimsuits but when traveling swimsuits are preferably to jail when staying in hotels. I love the hot tub so I always bring a swimsuit when I travel just in case. Nothing beats hanging out by our pool and using our hot tub clothes free.

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I gave all my swim trunks away to a charity a couple of years ago, then weeks later I was invited to a friend's house for a pool party. She probably would have been cool with me being naked, her guests on the other hand...

Do you still have the swimsuit you bought for the party?
If so, have you worn it since?

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My wife kids me that for someone who prefers swimming nude. I own an awful lot of swim trunks. I have two pairs of long shorts from when that was the style and the only swimming i did required suits. I bought a shorter pair for myself to swim at textile pools and beaches more recently, and when we bought a house with a pool, my folks bought me another pair of shorter ones since i would clearly need more than one pair...

Do you use the old longer suits at all? If so, for swimming or just as shorts?
Do you have a privacy fence around the pool? If so, I would think you need fewer swimsuits. not more.

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I have 2 swimsuits. One very short trunks for when our grandson is here and textile venues on vacation.
One moderately short swim shorts for family gatherings, etc]

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My wife kids me that for someone who prefers swimming nude. I own an awful lot of swim trunks. I have two pairs of long shorts from when that was the style and the only swimming i did required suits. I bought a shorter pair for myself to swim at textile pools and beaches more recently, and when we bought a house with a pool, my folks bought me another pair of shorter ones since i would clearly need more than one pair...Do you use the old longer suits at all? If so, for swimming or just as shorts?Do you have a privacy fence around the pool? If so, I would think you need fewer swimsuits. not more.

Actually , 4 is not a lot any way/ I had more that that before I got a privacy fence around the pool because while I preferred to swim nude, I couldn't do so until after dark.

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The first time that I swam nude was in the late 50's and early 60's when I was a member of the YMCA. At that time it was required that everyone swim nude, there was a YMCA & YWCA. Swimsuits were made of cotton and would clogged up the filters. Wish I could still swim nude at the Y today!

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I have 2 swimsuits. One very short trunks for when our grandson is here and textile venues on vacation.One moderately short swim shorts for family gatherings, etc]

Reduced my swimwear supply from 2 to 1.
Since I only wear any when traveling or when we have company that should be enough.

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