RE:Shorts v. Shirts

Shirt only while at home when its cold
Same. It's my upper body that feels the cold, not my legs. When I am fully clothed, I wear shorts year round.

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Growing up in was not allowed to go shirtless except for swimming. It was much later in life when I got comfortable in gong shirtless after my wife left me. Enjoyed the freedom which later lead me into being a nudist. During warm weather I spend most of my time shirtless, just dont like wearing a wet and sweaty shirt. It has to be really cold to go from shorts to long pants when outdoors. If my upper body is cold I will put a large shirt on and go Donald Ducking around the house and backyard. Prefer going naked as much as possible when the weather permits it and Donald Ducking is a nice alternative that gives my lower half of my body the freedom of being near naked and hanging freely.

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Shirt, but only if it's cold. Nothing else!

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On the basis of clothing when necessary
It is around the lungs that need added protection when very cold
So some upper body cover only

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It has to be really cold to go from shorts to long pants when outdoors. If my upper body is cold I will put a large shirt on and go Donald Ducking around the house and backyard. Prefer going naked as much as possible when the weather permits it and Donald Ducking is a nice alternative that gives my lower half of my body the freedom of being near naked and hanging freely.

Its all a matter of comfort and practicality. I am a nudist, but my torso gets cold easily as I am so slim. Fashion? The fashion is to be in my best birthday suit!

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The realities of my environment means shorts, even if the shirt-only option has a tantalizing feel to it!

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Hmmm, perhaps I should try shirt only when going to the CO beach. Might be feasible if I choose one that's long enough.

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Nope. No shirt long enough to wear without at least a g-string in a textile area.

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Nope. No shirt long enough to wear without at least a g-string in a textile area.

I actually saw someone walking from the parking lot to the clothing optional beach wearing a short midweight jacket and g string on a cool day. Odd combination.

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I actually saw someone walking from the parking lot to the clothing optional beach wearing a short midweight jacket and g string on a cool day. Odd combination.

Better than passing up the opportunity, I guess.

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